Welcome to Castle Hill United Football Club
Castle Hill United Football Club began life in 1972 as the soccer division of Castle Hill Sport and Recreational Club, below is news and stories from our club.
Castle Hill United Football Club is a local volunteer club that was established in 1972 to provide the opportunity for our local community to play football. We are one of the biggest clubs in the Hills Football Association (HFA) and we welcome players of all ages, gender and ability.
In 1992 the club constructed its own clubhouse in Fred Caterson Reserve, adjacent to Field 1. This not only provided better facilities for our club players, visiting teams and spectators, but also allowed for State League games to be played locally for the first time. It also provides hall facilities for community use. The clubhouse was named “The Glenn Funnell Building”.
To teach, encourage and promote the game of football in the Hills District with an emphasis on sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play.
A collection of image galleries taken over the years at Castle Hill United Football Club, including the annual Castlehaven Cup, Social Events, Premier Reserve action and more.