Adelaide Hills Hawks Football Club

Adelaide Hills Hawks Football Club Development


The Adelaide Hills Hawks Soccer Club is the premier soccer club in the Adelaide Hills. The club was formed in 1991 by the Adelaide Hills Junior Soccer Association to enable talented soccer players to play at the highest level without having to leave the Adelaide Hills region. As the club has grown it has embraced players from all over the State and new players are always welcome.

In 2016 the club will play under the Football Federation of South Australia  State league 1 competition. Mens senior teams will comprise Firsts, Reserves and Under 18 teams. Home games are at Woodside - The Hawks Nest at the southern end of the Woodside Recreation Ground.

The Adelaide Hills is very cold and windy in winter. Some days when matches are played only the diehards will brave the elements. Unlike other clubs, the Hawks do not receive significant council and sponsor support in helping build facilities. Support for this project will enable us to have suitable changing rooms and toilets facilities.

Donate today and help us build it - and we hope they will come!

Find out more about us on our website


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