Club commits to good sportsmanship

Busselton City Football Club has recently formed a relationship with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries to promote the True Sport program within the local community.

True sports: Busselton City FC  juniors Rieley, Mathew and Jake Cowley with the recently erected True Sport sign at the Churchill Park clubrooms. Photo: supplied.

True sports: Busselton City FC juniors Rieley, Mathew and Jake Cowley with the recently erected True Sport sign at the Churchill Park clubrooms. Photo: supplied.

True Sport supports local sporting clubs and associations to use eight values to share the benefits of sport and recreation.

A sign displaying each of these eight values has recently been erected outside the Busselton City Football Club clubrooms at Churchill Park.

Busselton City are the biggest winter sporting club in the Cape Naturaliste / Cape Leeuwin region with more than 200 playing members, ranging in ages from five up to 65 years old.

The club is committed to True Sport as a whole club approach to articulating the benefits of sport to its members and the wider Busselton community.  

For further information about the Busselton City FC you can direct your enquiries to secretary@bsncityfc.com.au or call 0400 123 123.