After some 18 months of redevelopment West Epping Park reopened on the weekend to the local community with the locals coming out to investigate the 2 new state of the art synthetic football fields and the surrounding parklands.
Epping Football Club (formerly known as Epping YMCA football Club) is one of the largest and most successful clubs in the Gladesville Hornsby Football Association, with the recently redeveloped West Epping Park being the home ground for the club.
The project which was initially started by Hornsby council and subsequently transferred to Parramatta council as part of the council boundary changes, saw West Epping Park reopen on 24th March after a $11.5 upgrade. The newly redeveloped park now has two state of the art synthetic football/soccer fields, and a significant parkland precinct.
The new facilities have been a welcomed upgrade of facilities for the club, as President Malcolm Arnold expressed on behalf of the Epping Football Club.
The Epping Football Club were able to secure the Club Championships for both the Men’s and Women’s competition in 2016, a rare feat seen within the football community. The club has also experienced continuous growth within an already thriving community, with this new facility enabling the ability for further growth and encourage children within the region to participate in playing football.
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