Founded in 1967 as the Kenthurst & District Soccer Club, the Club changed its name at the end of 2013 to move with the times, and is now incorporated as the “Kenthurst & District Football Club”. The Kenthurst & District Football Club is a not-for-profit sporting group playing football/soccer and is run by volunteers in the capacity of Committee members, Coaches, Managers, canteen helpers and field dressers and undressers.
The Club has contributed substantial funds towards bettering our fields in many areas, including re-turfing Kenthurst Park 2, installing lights on all their fields, updating the canteen, contributing towards the bore at Kenthurst Park and also the new irrigation system at Annangrove Park to ensure that their fields are in the best condition at all times. Both fields are situated in picturesque rural settings, and the Club draws players from near and far who want to be involved in a safe and healthy environment whilst learning and developing to be the best player they can be.
Each year sees the Club go from strength to strength with the Club winning the Club Championship for 4 consecutive years 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 in the Gladesville Hornsby Football Association. Prior to that, the Club had won that award in 1971 – which was also the first year it was introduced – and 1992. In 2002, the Club also became affiliated with the North West Women’s Football Association, which is the only Association in Australia which caters for all female teams. The Club won the Club Championship in this competition in 2009.
Outstanding Team Honours
2006 – U14G/1′s won NSW’s Champion of Champions
2009 – U18/1′s won NSW’s Champion of Champions
2010 – U19/1′s won Bill Plaskett Trophy for best Division 1 team
2012 – Premier League First Grade won the Premiership
2013 – Premier League First Grade won both the Premiership and Championship
2016 – U15/4 Premiers & Grand Finalist
2016 – Premier League Reserve Grade won both the Premiership and Championship
2016 – Premier League 1st Grade won both the Premiership and Championship
The vast majority of the current Committee has been associated with the Club for over twenty years, with many holding positions on the Committee for over a decade. Committee members are made up of parents of junior players, and who have generally also been Coaches, Managers, or even players themselves. For a full listing of current Committee members, refer to our Information Book, a copy of which can be found under “Downloads”.