On Wednesday 14th od September Bill Anderson Reserve lit up when Kemps Creek United Soccer Club hosted an official opening event for their recently completed
floodlighting, seating, awning, and scoreboard projects.
Club members were joined by the Hon. Tanya Davies State MP for Mulgoa,
Councillor Charishma Kaliyanda from Liverpool City Council, Pierre Comis
representing Sport Australia and members of the Southern Districts
Soccer Football Association including its President Andy Favaloro and
former Socceroo and Sydney FC player Nick Carle.
In the past year, the Club has benefitted from several grants for the
Federal and State Governments, as well as assistance from Liverpool City
Council and Southern Districts to upgrade and improve community
facilities at its Kemps Creek venue.
Club President Ross Maiorana highlighting the importance of the event.
“This function is very important to our Club as it provides us with an
opportunity to bring together a number of key stakeholders who have
worked with the Club in delivering some wonderful facilities,” he said.
“These facilities would not be possible without the support and funding
assistance from our partners, the NSW Government, the Federal
Government’s Sport Australia, Liverpool City Council and of course
Southern Districts,” Maiorana added.
The evening culminated with several of the Club’s junior players
partaking in mini games, followed by the main game featuring a female
walking football match.