About Us

About Us

Our Values

Integrity

Integrity

By being honest and showing a consistent and uncompromising adherence to strong moral and ethical principles as well as our values

Transparency

Transparency

Operating in a way that it is easy for our members and partners to have visibility and clarity on the actions performed by and within our club, implying openness and clarity

Accountability

Accountability

Acknowledgment and assumption of responsibility for the actions, decisions and policy compliance, including the administration, governance and implementation within the scope of a leadership, management, volunteer and committee roles, as well as encompassing the obligation to report on the results

Community

Community

Unity with commonality regardless of background, values, customs or identity. We share the sense of Kincumber Roos Football Club and its communities on the Central Coast

Club History

We have been very lucky as a club to have the support of the local business and community and thank them for their continued support and call on the club members & parents and friends to continue to their support of business in our local area.

1983

Kincumber Soccer Club was formed as a breakaway from the then Davistown Soccer Club.

1984

The club's first year of competition at Frost Reserve Kincumber, the club was required to provide Senior teams in First Grade, Reserve Grade and All Age 3 and this was achieved with a minimum number of senior players with Junior teams playing eleven a side on full fields.

1985

Davistown Soccer Club ceased and this no doubt swelled the playing ranks of our fledgling club. The club continued steady growth for 10 years

1995

A division was effected and Avoca Soccer club was formed with both clubs increasing membership and commitment to the youth of the community.

1999

Kincumber Soccer Club has recorded significant growth each year throughout all ages and grades, making us the second biggest football club on the Central Coast with a total of 850 odd playing members and 70 teams contesting the 2006 season.

2006

The club saw a name change for the club and the name Kincumber Roos Football Club (F.C) voted in by the members - moving away from the word 'soccer' and using the word Football as it should be.

Honoured Members

Life Members
  • 0Bruce Litterick
  • 0Gary Sutton
  • 0Mick Wardle
  • 0Peter Mills
  • 0Brian Spencer
  • 0George Bainbridge
  • 0Steve Davis
  • 0Paul Talent
  • 0Joanne Davies
  • 0John Nettheim
  • 0David Sharpe
  • 0Daniel Gosden
  • 0Alex Osborn
  • 0Kevin Robertson Snr
20 Year Members
  • 0Daniel Gosden
  • 0Sean Roach
  • 0Luke Sharpe
  • 0Brent Langton
  • 0Joel Gosden
  • 0Patrick Roach
  • 0Jack Day
  • 0Matthew Farthing
  • 0Christian Peronis
  • 0Troy Butwell
  • 0Max Brophy
  • 0Murray Nettheim
Senior Club Person
  • 2001Maurice Gosden
  • 2002Dave Smith
  • 2003George Bainbridge
  • 2004Daniel Gosden
  • 2005Rhys Morgan
  • 2006Jan Tochowicz
  • 2007The Butwell Family
  • 1982Jan Tochowicz
  • 2009Luke McWaide
  • 2010Greg Clark
  • 2011John Manners
  • 2012John Nettheim
  • 2012Murray Nettheim
  • 2014Simon Cusack
Junior Club Person
  • 2001Joel Gosden
  • 2002Mitchell Harper
  • 2003David Roach
  • 2004Debbie Onysko
  • 2004Jim Black
  • 2005Ben Lamb
  • 2005Peter Lamb
  • 2006Tony Butwell
  • 2007Glenn Onysko
  • 2008Simon McCarey
  • 2009Kevin Robertson
  • 2010Sharon Wilkinson
  • 2011Luke McWaide
  • 2011Dave Saunders
  • 2012Barry Hunt