Norwest FC

Founded in 2003 in the growing Hills District of Sydney,

Hills Knights FC

Founded in 1972 the Knights is one of the Hills

Hills Spirit FC


North Rocks Soccer Club

NORTH ROCKS SOCCER CLUB Foundation and Development Founded in 1965, Please click here for NRSC Information

Hills Football now seeking sponsors

Hills News this week reported the Hills region is the second best economic growth area in NSW, according to new data released last week. SGS Economics and Planning research has revealed that The Hills/Hawkesbury region recorded 5.5 per cent growth rate in 2015, just shy of Ryde’s growth rate of 5.8 per cent. HILLS FOOTBALL
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Hills Football elects its inaugural Board

Hills Football officially announced its inaugural board for the upcoming season, electing six Directors from the 19 clubs, as Football NSW headquarters hosted the association’s first Annual General meeting on Thursday evening. Kamasz highlighted the importance of the night which saw the new elect directors appointed, further strengthening the new football association in the Hills
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Football is Australia’s biggest club-based participation sport

Football is Australia’s largest club-based participation sport according to independent data released today by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC). The ASC’s AusPlay survey reveals that more than a million men, women, boys and girls are playing football, significantly more than any other club-based sport. “It’s official, we are number one,” said Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief
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Chelsea sink City for eighth straight win

Chelsea rallied from a goal down to beat Manchester City and stretch their winning sequence to eight Premier League matches. Gary Cahill’s own goal gave City the lead but strikes from Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard earned Antonio Conte’s side victory. Chelsea fell behind when Cahill’s attempted interception looped over Thibaut Courtois but, moments
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Martinez hails Wanderers’ fight in win over Mariners

Having come from a goal down to lead 3-1 early in the second-half, Wanderers needed to dig even deeper when goalkeeper Jerrad Tyson was shown a straight red for clattering into Mariners attacker Trent Buhagiar. The visitors gave up few chances throughout the remainder of the contest before sealing three points through substitute Brendon Santalab.
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