Junior Technical Director

We are proud to offer a Junior Technical Director to assist with development of our future talent. Our Junior Technical Director has international football qualifications with UEFA and the Scottish Football Association.

Dedicated Coaches & Committee

We have dedicated coaches across all our teams. We also have a dedicated group of volunteer Committee Members who ensure the club is progressive, financially sustainable and enjoyable for all members

Development Pathway

We are proud to be able to offer development pathways through to State League Football through our Under 18’s State League Team. We have teams from Mini Roos all the way through to our State League First team.

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Please note: There will be no Goalkeeping Training tonight. U6-U13s are encouraged to train with their age groups. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kingsley Westside Football Club Juniors

Who’s in for Core 30 tomorrow.
Grab a free place now in the session.
Parents and siblings 13 and over of KWFC welcome.

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Seniors Latest News

Tickets sales for our season launch at Paddy Malone's on Friday March 6th close next week.

Tickets can be purchased from the link below:


Make sure you get your's ASAP for what will be another great club night!
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footballwa.net round-up of our final group match of the Night Series last Friday night against UWA Nedlands F.C.

In the other game in the group UWA Nedlands moved through to the knockout stage as one of the best second placed teams after a tense 2-1 win against Kingsley Westside at Kingsway Reserve on Friday evening.

UWA were ahead on 17 minutes when Max Welton fed Pascal Sedwick to score. They doubled their advantage three minutes from time when Geordie Papathanassiou raced into the penalty area and finished clinically.

But Kingsley weren’t finished and Jayden Drummond pulled one back in stoppage time but they couldn’t find the equaliser.

β€œWe are happy about the result and the way we presented us in the competition so far, and Friday night the boys had to face a very good Kingsley side,” UWA Coach Michael Janssen said.

β€œIt was definitely no surprise that they won the first two games, and we started strong and kept our shape very well and we limited them to long balls in this one. Our own game went as we wanted and the early goal helped our game plans, and our young players matched their team. Our defence was solid, and created some good opportunities for ourselves, including the boys coming from the bench, they fitted in perfectly and did their job second half."

"At the end the boys deserved the win and showed a great unit on the park despite some late pressure from Kingsley. They will definitely be the team to watch in Division Two next season, now we will get started on the preparations for the next round and 21 March where it really counts.”
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KWTV presents our complete highlight package from our 2-1 defeat against UWA Nedlands F.C. in round three of the Football West Night Series. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our State League Reserves and 18s are in pre-season action this morning at Swan United FC.

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The Night Series result tonight at Hartfield Park sees Forrestfield United Soccer Club finish top of Group C ahead of UWA Nedlands F.C. and Kingsley Westside on goal difference.

Congrats to Forrie (and very possibly UWA) on going through and good luck for the rest of the comp.

For KWFC, all eyes now on April 4th - if the last 3 weeks are anything to go by, we are in for a wild ride in our debut State League season 2020.

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