A great club doesn’t have to win every game but makes all players feel welcome and catered for as a member of a community – this is what Knox United is all about.
Knox United Soccer Club was established in 1993 by members of the Knox’s Italian community to facilitate 2 mens teams playing in the Vicsoccer competition. The club soon established it’s base at the Knox Italian Community Club in Karoo Rd, Rowville and quickly worked to improve facilities with new club rooms and playing surface.
In 2003, Knox United entered a women’s team in FFV competition and was rewarded with a Division 4 title in 2004. That same year, our first junior team was introduced and playing in the FFV Rooball competition.
In 2006, the club took a conscientious decision to expand their junior program for the benefit of children and families in the Rowville and surrounding areas. From that decision, we have expanded as a club.
In 2009, we voted to become an incorporated association with a new constitution which helped us to attain Level 1 FFV A.C.E. Club Accreditation.
Today, we have over 200 members across 15 teams including a Wheelchair Soccer team and 'Little Champs' program. We play, train and develop soccer all year round in the Rowville/Knox area. We utilise facilities such as Knox Regional Football Centre, Parkridge Reserve and Knox Italian Community Club to train and teach soccer.