Ourimbah United Soccer Club was formed in 1981, based around an idea by Ross & Yvonne Whitelaw. The plan was to cater for boys & girls, men & women from the northern end of Narara Valley to Kangy Angy along the old Pacific Hwy with its own soccer team. The demand was high due to many kids wanting to participate in any sport, with many kids forced to sit on the sidelines of local Rugby League sides because of too many numbers & quite often not even getting a game.
The first games were played in 1982, with the move to the current fields completed in 1983, after much hard work by volunteers on preparing the fields for play. Initially, the clubs colours were bone with a Chocolate trim and Chocolate shorts. The design of the club emblem was a Football with a boomerang as a tribute to the indigenous history in the area.
Ourimbah United updated their emblem in 2008 feature a swooping Falcon – and it was then the club became known as the Ourimbah Falcons.
OUFC is now one of 25 clubs on the Central Coast with over 650 playing members. We welcome a broad range of players from U5 through Over 45s and have teams that cater to all levels of ability.
2021 will be an historic year for the club as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary
OUFC has a strong history and we welcome players and supporters that abide by our Code of Conduct (please download to review)