Canning City Senior Football

Canning City has teams in the Football West Saturday State league, Sunday Amateur League, and Sunday Masters League. We accept players of all ages, fitness and skill Levels.

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1 04/04/20 (Sat) 15:00 Wotton Reserve A Morley-Windmills SC View
2 11/04/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Joondalup City FC View
3 17/04/20 (Fri) 19:30 Dianella Reserve 3 Dianella White Eagles SC View
4 25/04/20 (Sat) 15:00 Princess Road Reserve A Balga SC View
5 02/05/20 (Sat) 15:00 Wanneroo A Wanneroo City SC View
6 09/05/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Kelmscott Roos SC View
7 23/05/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Curtin University FC View
8 30/05/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Carramar Shamrock Rovers FC View
9 06/06/20 (Sat) 15:00 Chichester Park A Kingsley Westside FC View
10 13/06/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Gosnells City FC View
11 20/06/20 (Sat) 19:30 Murdoch Uni Synthetic A Murdoch University Melville FC View
12 27/06/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Kingsley Westside FC View
13 04/07/20 (Sat) 15:00 Iluka Sports Complex A Joondalup City FC View
14 11/07/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Dianella White Eagles SC View
15 25/07/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Balga SC View
16 01/08/20 (Sat) 15:00 Frye Park A Kelmscott Roos SC View
17 08/08/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Wanneroo City SC View
18 15/08/20 (Sat) 15:00 Edinburgh Oval A Curtin University FC View
19 22/08/20 (Sat) 15:00 Walter Padbury Reserve A Gosnells City FC View
20 29/08/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Morley-Windmills SC View
21 05/09/20 (Sat) 15:00 TBC Carramar Shamrock Rovers FC View
22 12/09/20 (Sat) 15:00 Burrendah Reserve Murdoch University Melville FC View


Canning City Semi Pro Football

Canning City Football Club (former Canning Cosmos Club) has been involved in the best game in the world for 25 years and fields three senior teams competing Saturdays in Football West’s in Div I.

Over the last years the club’s junior sides developed extremely skilful players who wanted to continue their careers under the banner of Canning City Soccer Club. In 2003 Canning City Football Club renewed the commitment to provide a full range of playing options to players of all ages, from Rooball through to Senior level in a non-ethnic environment and welcomes players of all nationalities and abilities.

Canning City Amateurs

The Canning City Amateurs initially started out many years ago playing Social’s in the Football West Sunday league.

However, changes to the management, coaching and training regime saw them rise above expectations with a second place in Social League Division 1 in 2007 with promotion to the Premier Division of the Social League.

The following year, 2008, they won the Premier League title and again in 2009, but this time round they also completed the double by winning the Social League Cup.

It was time for a new challenge.

On application to Football West to enter the Amateur League table, the Canning City management were told that we would have to start in Division 5 to much consternation about entering at such a low level. However, Football West were proved to be wrong as we quickly gained promotion out of Division 5 in 2010, finished as Champions of Division 4 in 2011 and now find ourselves in Division 3, again at the top of the ladder.

The Amateurs are made up of two teams, First and Reserves, and are a strong and passionate group of young men made up from all four corners of the globe; they pride themselves on having a strong commitment to playing good hard but fair football, and have garnered a sound reputation for being a side that will challenge anyone at any level and wear their heart of their sleeve.

There has been many terms used in years gone by, with one light-hearted comment that seemed to have filtered through time – ‘We bleed blue blood’ – this in relation to the home strip.

As a family run club, we are also passionate about getting our families involved and at every match there are a number of wives and girlfriends encouraging their partners on the field, and yes, the WAGS are growing in numbers. We are also encouraged to see a new breed of supporters in the crowd made up of new-borns as the guys move into starting their own families.

As a group of young working men they are fully aware of their own limits of time spent with family, work commitments, training and Sunday games and are very accommodating in terms of fitting football into their schedule and being fair and honest about team positions.

We hope you are duly impressed with the getting to know this bunch of guys and if you feel this could be a possible team to play for in the coming years, send an email to or if you like the idea of coming to a training session to check them out on either Tuesday or Thursday at Apsley Road, Willetton from 7:00-8:30pm.

Canning City Football Masters

Canning City have 2 teams in the Masters League (Men aged 35+) .
New players are welcome to come and check us out.
Training is on Wednesday from 6.30pm at WillettonReserve, Apsley Road, Willetton. Please contact us on

Canning City Women’s

Canning City Ladies team is always looking for like-minded players to join our friendly and competitive team!
Working with the club, we are developing our players to compete in the women’s metropolitan league and provide a pathway for younger girls at the club to move up into adult leagues.
We train twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday nights, with games on Sundays during the soccer season.
Pre-season trials and training will start in February 2020 with new players welcome. Expressions of interest can be forwarded to for dates and more information.
Canning City Ladies team is also looking for coaching assistance for the 2020 season. Please contact womens@canningcityfc for more information, and tell us a bit about yourself!