Prior to the formation of Kingsley Westside, our Senior sides played in the local leagues for over 30 years as Kingsley Soccer Club.
The early days of Kingsley Soccer Club can be traced back to 1984 when players such as Willie Laverty, Brian Siville, Ian Lowe, Dave Butler and Dean Shaw graced Kingsley Oval prior to the club moving to our current home ground at Chichester Park in 1991.
After playing the majority of its early football in the lower amateur leagues, Kingsley SC secured promotion into the Amateur Premier League after winning Division 1 in 1993 and then went on to win the Amateur Cup (then known as The Mitre Cup) in 1994.
Following relegation and 17 years in the lower leagues, Kingsley SC finally secured promotion back into the Amateur Premier League in 2011, after finishing runners up to North Perth in Division 1.
From the mid 2010’s, Kingsley SC grew to become a major force in the Amateur Premier League.
Under Head Coach Steven Dimitrovich, the first team finished Premier League runners up in 2017 and 2018, before winning the Amateur Cup in 2018, defeating Leeming Strikers 2-1 in a hotly contested final under lights at Inglewood Stadium.
The 2018 Amateur Cup win provided the platform for another title push and in 2019 the club broke through for its maiden Amateur Premier League title, which it won by 11 points from Quinns FC.
The league title was backed up by a 6-2 win over Carramar in the 2019 Amateur Cup Final, securing back to back Amateur Cups and a League and Cup double in 2019.
Success for the first team was mirrored by a remarkable run by the Amateur Premier Reserves, who won the Reserves Cup in 2015 before winning 4 league titles in row (2016/17/18/19).
After winning the Amateur Premier League in 2019, Kingsley SC accepted promotion to the State League, shortly after which Kingsley Westside FC was formed.
In our debut State League season in 2020, the first team finished mid-table, while both our reserves and under 18s finished league runners up.
In September 2020, the club tasted State League silverware for the first team, as the Reserves won the Top 4 Cup when they beat Murdoch University Melville on penalties at Dorrien Gardens.
In Season 2021, the State League Reserves went one step further by winning the League title.
After narrowly missing promotion in 2021 and 2022 where we bowed out in the play-offs, the State League first team went one step further in 2023, winning State League Division 2 and promotion to Division 1.
This was backed up by the State League Reserves also winning the Division 2 league title in 2023.