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Club development

nullThere are a wide range of sporting clubs and facilities in the City of Subiaco. The city works closely with sport and recreation providers to foster the growth of successful and sustainable sport and recreation options in the area to meet the community's physical activity needs.

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Sporting clubs

Are you new to Subiaco or wondering what physical activity to get your children involved in? Why not find a sport or join a club. Belonging to a sports team has more than just physical and health benefits, it provides opportunities to make friends, try something new and above all, have fun. 

Rosalie Park is the home ground for the following sporting clubs and associations:

Nicholson Reserve is home to the Subiaco Petanque Club.  Petanque provides a fantastic, low impact form of recreation for children and adults alike. The park is available to all community members, and a set of boules can be purchased from most sports stores.

Subiaco Kings Squash Club is located within Subiaco Football Club at the western end of the stadium on Roberts Road. Membership gives you access to all four courts whenever suits you.

Club development

Subi Stronger Clubs

The Subi Stronger Clubs program is a City of Subiaco initiative supporting sport and recreation clubs in their professional development by providing opportunities for clubs to: 

  • seek financial support and recognition
  • grow and develop their skills and knowledge in club management
  • keep up to date with what is happening in sport and recreation within the city
  • advertise and promote upcoming events for their club. 

The key areas of focus are:

  • recognition
  • communication
  • club development.

Fair Game Equipment Strategy

The City of Subiaco has partnered with Fair Game WA to assist in the recycling of second hand sports equipment to be donated to WA communities in need.

Fair Game is a WA health and community development not-for-profit organisation that recycles donated sports equipment from schools, community sporting groups and individuals, and redistributes it to communities in need. To aid in the collection of sporting equipment donations, Fair Game has placed blue donation bins in well-used community centres.

The City of Subiaco has a blue Fair Game donation bin at Lords Recreation Centre in the reception area. If you or your club would like to donate some second hand sporting equipment, please feel free to give Lords a visit and drop it inside the blue bin. For more information about Fair Game, please refer to the brochure or visit their website.

Sporting club recognition grants

The City of Subiaco supports sport and recreation club projects and initiatives that foster a strong sense of belonging to the community by celebrating the city’s rich culture and traditions – past, present and future – through the club recognition grants program. Club recognition grants can be made available to clubs celebrating a particular milestone or achievement (e.g. seventy-fifth anniversary, ten-year premiership reunion) and be up to an amount of $500. 

Volunteer hub

Is your club or organisation struggling to find volunteers to fill committee positions or just help out around the place? The City of Subiaco’s volunteering service has a dual role serving both the needs of volunteers and not-for-profit agencies. As a matchmaker the hub matches volunteers with the agencies that need them.
                                                                                                          
To find out more please visit the volunteering page.

If you have any questions or for further information regarding the sport and recreation facilities, sporting clubs and recreation programs in Subiaco, please contact recreation services on (08) 6229 6635 or email raj@subiaco.wa.gov.au