With a proud history dating back to 1968, Quakers Hill Junior Soccer Club is a thriving club with around 65 teams, and over 700 players.
We compete in the Blacktown District Soccer Football Association competition, and we have male and female teams ranging from our Under age Roo-Ball and Juniors, up to Adults and Over 45’s. That makes our club a great place for young players to develop their skills and travel through their whole soccer journey.
Quakers Hill Junior Soccer Club has a strong family culture, with many families having been with us a few generations. We actively support the development of Players, Coaches and Managers, and we also participate in charitable fund-raising.
The club facilitates teams playing in Blacktown District Gala days, State Cup, and Champion of Champions competitions.
It was 1968 when a school teacher from Quakers Hill East Public School, Wilf Macbeth, saw a need for a soccer club in the Quakers Hill area. And so our club was born.
We started with two junior teams and first played in the Nepean District Competition, until Blacktown District Soccer Association was formed in 1979.
The founding members were Wilf Macbeth, Merv Barnard & Anne Graham.
To help fund the club, Wilf’s family donated a cow, Daisy. Each year for 10 years, the calf from this cow was sold, and the money invested in the club to make it what it is today. That is why the Horns are a central part of our club emblem.
Quakers Hill Park has always been the home ground of Quakers Hill Junior Soccer Club.
The original amenities block was a green corrugated iron shed. The dark brick building, which now houses our club room and storage rooms, was built in about 1980 and was originally a change room and canteen. The current canteen and amenities block was built in 1992.
In 2007, we celebrated our 40th Season, commemorating the occasion with a ‘Path of History’ from the club room to the canteen. In 2017 it was our 50th season celebrated by the installation of decorative bollards with club members names to the entry to the playing fields.