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Busselton City FC

Busselton City FC

Play Hard - Play Fair

Busselton City FC has a proud tradition of sportsmanship, fairplay and community development. Located in Busselton, Western Australia our home ground at Churchill Park is situated near the beautiful waters of Geographe Bay.

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Geo Kids Charity

Geo Kids Charity

Community Service

The club has collection tins at all Home Games for the Geographe Kids Charity.

We are proud to sponsor Geographe Kids.

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Our Proud History

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Busselton City FC was established 1922. The first recorded match took place in August 1923. This game was between Busselton Town and Blythe Park Rangers the venue was Bovell's Paddock, the result of this first encounter was a win to the Rangers two goals to nil.
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Recent News

September 05, 2017

Season 2017 - September 3rd

CMI Busselton City's Irish contingent came to the fore in their sides 3-2 win over Dalyellup on Sunday. With both clubs occupying mid-table positions, the game always promised to be an evenly fought encounter.

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August 29, 2017

Season 2017 - August 27th

CMI Busselton City coach Tristen Carroll is a firm believer that "if you don't take your chances, you don't deserve to win" and this was certainly the case when his side met Bunbury Dynamos on Sunday.

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August 25, 2017

Season 2017 - August 20th

An injury- time goal by CMI Busselton City substitute Corbyn Wilson was enough for his side to take the local derby honours 2-1, against Dunsborough in their Premier League fixture on Sunday.

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July 23, 2017

Season 2017 - July 23rd

CMI Busselton City found it difficult to break down an experienced Hay Park back four in their 1-0 loss on Sunday. Played in blustery conditions, both sides were guilty of misdirected passes and a tendency to over-play the long ball option.

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July 16, 2017

Season 2017 - July 16th

CMI Busselton’s 4-2 win over Australind on Sunday proved to be a classic game of two halves. Busselton, who had previously beaten Australind twice during the season, were patient early on and kept possession of the ball for long periods throughout the first half.

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July 12, 2017

Season 2017 - July 9th

A quick-fire hat trick from striker Martin Ryan was just one of the highlights of CMI Busselton City’s 6-1 South West Cup thumping of Australind on Sunday.  A former Golden Boot winner, Ryan scored his goals in a 20 minute period after entering the game midway through the second half.

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