Kemps Creek United Soccer Club was founded in 1976 by Rick Field, David Wadsworth, Tony Calgaro, Bill Anderson and John Elasi.
The Club operates from Bill Anderson Reserve, Elizabeth Drive Kemps Creek. The Club is fifteen (15) minutes from Liverpool CBD and is located within an idyllic rural landscape providing the perfect environment for players to train and play.
John Elasi was a founding member of the Club and his contributions over the years are recognised by the awarding the John Elasi Shield to the Best and Fairest male player at the Club. The Best and Fairest female player is awarded the Rick Field Award, in honour of thier memory.
Kemps Creek United FC started with five junior teams and one All Age team in the Churches’ Competition. The Club then joined the Nepean District, before joining the Southern Districts Soccer Football Association.
The Club prides itself on being a family orientated non-profit organisation with the aim of fostering and promoting friendship and teamwork, and providing players with a solid foundation in basic soccer skills.