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Beaumaris Soccer Club launches new Club logo

Beaumaris Soccer Club (BSC) formed in 1975 and consisted of two men’s teams playing social football in Provisional League 4.

In 2023, two years short of our 50th anniversary, BSC expects to register 48 teams of which five will be Junior Girls and three will be Senior Women’s teams, a sure sign of our commitment to achieving equal gender representation on the field. Our Senior Men’s team will for the first time in our history play in National Premier League 3 and our Senior Reserves team will be dedicated to young men aged under 21. We have come a long way since then and whilst the journey has had its testing times, not least our recent season long shutdowns, we approach the future with first class facilities, great optimism and confidence that we remain true to our purpose of providing the joy and pleasure of playing the beautiful game to all in our community.

2023 marks a first for football in Australia – hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup. To mark this occasion and to prepare for the next stage of our journey we are introducing a new club badge which stays true to our origin yet reflects the progress we have made along the way. All teams, regardless of age and gender, will be provided with shirts with the new badge and sponsor names for the 2023 season as part of our player registration process. Once registration opens in early 2023, we encourage all to register early to avoid the disappointment of missing out given the unprecedented interest in enrolment from boys and girls in all age groups.

Our new badge is shown below. We are proud of the achievements of the blue and yellow and we look forward to the season ahead.

Go Beauy!


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