Bankstown Sports Club
Bankstown Sports Club was founded in 1958 by a group of sport representatives who wanted to create a communal meeting place for the various sports in the local community.
Over the years, it has grown and developed into one of the largest clubs in NSW, and now supports more than 40 local sporting clubs and over 8000 individuals who participate in sport, as well as hundreds of local charities and community groups.
With more than 65,000 members, Bankstown Sports Club is one of Sydney’s top 10 registered clubs, employing over 650 staff and offering a fun, exciting and safe entertainment destination in the southwest.
Some of the main features of Bankstown Sports Club include a movie theatre, live shows, weekly entertainment, a wide variety of restaurants and bars including Basement Brewhouse, Monkey Mania play centre and Turbo Climb. We also have several associated venues: Bankstown Sports Bowls, Birrong Sports, Baulkham Hills Sports Club, The Acres Club at Greenacre and Auburn Tennis and Recreation Club.
Bankstown Sports is heavily involved in the community and contributes millions of dollars every year to local charities and organisations. It supports Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital, aged care and disability services, social services, schools and educational programs.
The club also supports 43 local grassroots sporting groups by subsidising the cost of registration fees, ground fees, uniforms and trophies, and by developing and maintaining sporting infrastructure in the Bankstown area.