Gosnells City FC
|Full name||Gosnells City Football Club|
|Ground||Walter Padbury Reserve, Thornlie, Perth, WA|
|Capacity||approx – 200|
|League||Football West State League Division 1|
The club was established in 1969, as Gosnells Town Soccer Club, with its home ground at Canning Vale Oval, in the then Shire of Gosnells.  The club moved to Walter Padbury Reserve in 1974, and the council-built clubroom was opened in 1975.
The Club merged in 1993 with Ferndale, changing its name to Gosnells Ferndale United. Kelmscott Roos joined in 1995, and the club reverted to its previous name, and then later became known as Southside United. At the start of the 2004 season the Club changed the team name back to Gosnells City.
- "History of our Club". Gosnells City FC. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
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