About The Club

Established in 1962, Leeton United Football Club (LUFC) is a successful volunteer based organisation with approximately 250 registered players.

LUFC has a proud history of success in local, Riverina and Northern Victorian competitions. The support of local businesses and the community has been a vital factor in the clubs success. Continued support ensures that our sport remains affordable for all players and their families. Our major source of revenue comes from membership fees provided by parents and sponsorships received from generous individuals and businesses. All our Committee members are local residents who are committed to making the Club a success.

We would like to give you the opportunity to be part of the growing success of football by sponsoring our Club. In becoming a sponsor you will have unprecedented exposure in the local community. There are promotion opportunities on game days, gala days, knockouts, season launches, presentation day, on Facebook, as well as on the SJFC website www.leetonunitedfc.org.au.

We currently have junior and senior teams in the local Griffith District Competitions. We also run our own Leeton township junior competition for those not wishing to travel.

1st's, Reserves, Womens and U18's

Senior teams play in the Griffith and District Football Association competition. GDFA has teams from Griffith, Hanwood, Yoogali, Yenda and Leeton. It has also hosts teams from Hay, Hillston, Deniliquin and Wagga Wagga from time to time.

District and Local Juniors

LUFC run a strong local town competition for children aged 5 to 16. Leeton United also have Junior representative teams in the Griffith and District Football Association Junior competition.

We invite you to be part of our Club culture, one that strives for success for all its players members and sponsors.

The Club's main goals are:

To develop and promote physical activity, skill development, and positive social interactions for children, and to encourage them to be part of the community through playing the game of football(soccer).

  • To help support the local community by encouraging increased involvement by residents, organisations and groups.
  • To increase self-esteem and self-importance for children and as a consequence, encourage outstanding behaviour both on and off the field.These are the values that are demonstrated, encouraged and upheld by members our members, Committee, coaches, managers, volunteers, parents and supporters.