One of the biggest challenges football clubs face is providing the right facilities to cater for everyone. Rouse Hill Rams are the fastest growing club in the Granville & District Association particularly amongst women and athletes with special needs, they credit their success to a rich culture of inclusion and their first class facilities.
Rouse Hill Rams who play at Hills Centenary Park in Rouse Hill are a great role model club that showcases the members great work that goes into to creating a diverse and inclusive football community at all levels of the game.
Rouse Hill Rams Soccer Club is a grassroots football club and offers football for all levels from U6 to seniors. Established in 2006 with 186 players the club has been at the forefront of implementing MiniRoos football over the last 9 years, with sufficient teams to conduct in-house games for U6 and U7 age groups, which are played in a positive environment focused on fun, participation and learning.
The club is focused on junior development and offers programs to support and assist all players in order to improve.
The clubs aim is to allow all players and coaches to reach their full potential in a positive and inclusive environment.
The primary focus of the club shares the values of the overall Sports Club and provides opportunities for a social connection through sport. Many lifelong friendships have been established over many years and the club plays an important role in making a well-connected, healthy, strong and inclusive community.