Hills United FC

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Hills United FC
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Full nameHills United Brumbies Football Club
Nickname(s)Brumbies
Short nameHUFC
Founded1989
GroundLily's Football Centre
Capacity5,000
ChairmanDino De Giuilio
ManagerPatrick Zwaanswijk
LeagueNational Premier Leagues NSW 2
WebsiteClub website

Hills United Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in the Hills District in Sydney. The 2017 season will see them complete in the NSW National Premier Leagues (NPL) Division 2.

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Hills United SC, which later became known as Hills United 'Brumbies' FC, is a club that was formed in the mid 1990s through a partnership between Castle Hill United and Baulkham Hills Soccer Club, to create a pathway for elite and representative footballers in the Hills District. The club began playing out of Fred Caterson Reserve, before in the early 2000s moving to Oakville Oval for a few seasons, followed by a season at Blacktown Sports Park, before landing at their current home at Lilys Football Centre, shared with Blacktown City FC.

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