Rouse Hill Rams Soccer Club commenced in 2006 with 185 registered players. The club is now one of the largest in the Hills Football Association with over 1200 registered players, and we are one of the biggest clubs for female footballers in the Hills Football Association. 

Rams Soccer is a grassroots football club and offers football for all ages from U6 to seniors, and for all playing levels. The club has been at the forefront of implementing small-sided football over the last 14 years, with sufficient teams to conduct in-house games for U6 and U7 age groups, which are played in a positive environment focused on fun, participation and learning. The club is focused on junior development and offers programs and support to assist all players improve. The club aim is to allow all players and coaches to reach their full potential in a positive and inclusive environment. 

While Rams Soccer is a grassroots football club, the club will assist players who show potential and desire to play at a higher level to enter the various pathways. This year the club has Youth, All-age and Women’s Premier League teams. Many Rams players have graduated from the small-sided football program into outstanding players at elite level.

In addition, the club has been running the Football 4 All program for a number of years, and allows people with disabilities to have playing opportunities, as well as providing a support network for volunteers, coaches, parents and players. 

Rams Soccer also supports a pathway for Referees from Instructional to Junior with the club being awarded Goals For Grassroots award in 2013 which focused on Instructional Referee Program. Rams believe that well trained Referees are essential for the future prosperity of the game. 

The primary focus of the club is sharing the values of the Rams Sports Club and providing an opportunity for a social connection through sport. Many lifelong friendships have been established over many years and the club plays an important role in ensuring a well-connected, healthy, strong and inclusive community. The club will always share this value first and foremost over results. 

In 2021 we will continue focus on junior development and further investment into Home of Rouse Hills Rams first class facility at The Hills Centenary Park. 

Find us at The Hills Centenary Park, Corner of Commercial & Withers Roads, Rouse Hill, 2155


The Committee

Cris Martin
General Committee

Nathan Devine
General Committee

Steve Duval

Alison Nicholls
Competition Secretary

Mick Pruyn
Internal General Purpose Tribunal

U6 Coordinator

Jade Adamson
Junior Coordinator

Trish Aldred
Junior Vice President

Greg Kinch
Vice President

Martin O'Hare

Erin Macerola

Senior Coordinator

Cameron Wong

Kara Gergely-Hollai
Girls/Ladies Coordinator

Mick Grima
Club Coach

Sam Ciccia
U8 Coordinator

Stephen Skrzypiec
U10 Coordinator

Vanessa Hansen
Football 4 All Coordinator

Lee Metcalf
Equipment/Apparel Manager

James Dolahenty
Referee Coordinator

Sam Gullick
General Committee

Katie Mandarano
Events Coordinator

Ryan Gullick
General Committee

Mark McKee
Club Coach

Sneha Chauhan
Volunteer Coordinator

Mitch Nicholls
U7 Coordinator

Tavis McEvoy
U9 Coordinator

Leong Low
U11 Coordinator

Toni Paterson
Social Media

Kate Orth
Vice President

Joseph Metcalf
General Committee

Rob Watson
General Committee

Paul Paterson
General Committee

Matt Dimech
General Committee

Canteen Manager

Dennis Hartley
General Committee