Bankstown Berries FC

Bankstown Berries FC are a football club based in the south-western Sydney suburb of Bankstown. Founded in 1958 as “Canterbury FC,” the Berries (as they’re known by supporters) are one of the first football clubs established in Sydney and played in the first New South Wales State League.  They have also been historically known as Canterbury-Marrickville Olympic (a nod to the club’s founders Greek roots) and West Sydney Berries.

The club plays out of The Crest Athletic Centre in the surrounding suburb of Bass Hill.  Currently plying their trade in NPL 2 NSW, the Berries have been a presence in south-western Sydney and perhaps most famous for its football great who have donned the blue and yellow of the club such as Socceroos legends Johnny Warren, Charlie Yankos who represented the Australia in the 1974 World Cup in Germany. Others such as  Graham Arnold and Ron Corry have also worn the club’s colours, making Bankstown Berries a club with an incredibly proud history and a bright future.

Club Honours

  • New South Wales State League Cup Winners 1946, 1947
  • New South Wales Premier League Winners 1957, 1958, 1960, 1973, 1985
  • New South Wales State Division One Winners 1993, 2007
  • Federation Cup: Winners 1957, 1958