North Beach Soccer Club is delighted to announce a $950,000 investment into our grassroots community club facility through the City of Stirling. The Facility Renewal Project will replace and upgrade the clubhouse roof, toilets, and changerooms and create two new storerooms to cater to the growing and diverse community of more than 800 members who have called North Beach Soccer Club their home for the past 50 years. The project is a result of many years of discussions between the City of Stirling and the club. Sport is an important part of the Australian identity and brings communities together, especially for North Beach, which advocates for developing women’s football as one of the largest represented clubs in Western Australia.
With community sports significantly disrupted in recent years, we’ve all come to appreciate the need for continued sports and community development. The club’s facility project will work towards offering a safe and secure place for all people.
We are eager to see Schlager Homes, the nominated builder, upgrade our facility with the same care, effort and quality as a home.
Our facility is the home of a thriving and healthy community. They have our full support in this development.