THE 2022 season has kicked off for South East United Football Club, with big expectations for the fast growing club.
Coach of the Men’s Southern Championship team, Glen Roland, said he was excited for the season ahead, especially with the growth in quality and size of the teams lately.
“We’ve got a mix of youth and experience in our teams, as well as quite a few teams in juniors, so we’re starting to grow very quickly,” Mr Roland said.
“Each year we are retaining our players and we’re getting new players coming in quickly, as well as those through the youth teams.”
He also praised the fantastic community that has quickly grown around the young club, which often sees a strong following to each game.
“It’s an interesting place with a great culture, it’s not necessarily all about winning and losing, it’s about development.”
South East United have quickly grown in to one of the biggest clubs in the Southern region, having only formed in 2013.
Playing at Pembroke Park, the club are expecting the completion of the new stadium to provide a springboard in further developing their playing facilities to the highest quality possible.
“We’ve got more competitive leagues, social women’s, social men’s, a heap of youth teams, we’ve got it all covered.”
Anyone interested in playing for South East United should contact the club to find out more or take a look at their website (www.seufc.org.au).