Colo SFC is a family and community-based club dedicated to providing football opportunities for its members and families.
The club is one of the largest football clubs in the Hawkesbury District, operating within the Nepean Football Association.
The club has seen a 14% increase in registrations from 2015 to 2016 season with 23.5% of those registrations being female players.
The club is renowned for producing Socceroo players such as Mark Schwarzer but it is their home ground Cougar Park which the club purchased the land bordered by Inalls and Yarramundi lanes that is the main focal talking point.
With 20 hectares (eight hectares) of playing fields, the club was quick to realise how tough it was to run your own facility away from a council-owned facility.
The club has had to conduct various fundraisers to have the money to pay bills and cater for the need of lighting for training.
Even though there have been low points such as thieves stealing new lighting cables and vandalism, the club has still progressed with growing membership numbers and hopes to upgrade lighting, a new club house and canteen in the near future. Click here to watch Colo SFC journey.