The name - Linhill - was derived from the border suburbs, "Linmeyer" and "The Hill".

Linhill was created for the community of Southern Johannesburg to play, enjoy and develop football in a safe environment.

Football at Linhill has always been conducted in a mixed environment with equal opportunities for all communities.

Football development and assistance to children from financially disadvantaged backgrounds has always been a feature of the club.

Over the years, this support has been made possible by the generous help from parents and sponsors.

Brief history of the club

1973 Linhill Amateur Football Club was established as a not-for-profit organisation with 1 football field by Ernest Botha, George Lean and friends.

1975 2nd field was added along with change room facilities

1980 Flood lights added to allow matches and training during the evening

1980 Tuck-shop and extensions to club house added

2007 Lapa built

2009 Improvements to the club house

2013 Improvements to the Club house and parking bollards installed

2014 Improvements to the Tuck Shop and ornamental balls installed

2015 New braais built

2016 Carport was erected and paving layed

2017 "A" Field boundary fence was erected

2017 Two new grand stands were added to "C" field

2017 Lapa blinds installed to allow more use during winter

2018 4th field was added over existing parking area

2018 Coffee Shop was added

2019 Boundary fence moved to allow for more secure parking

2020 Floodlights added to 4th field

2020 Club house renovations

Highlights of the facilities at Linhill

  • Four football fields under lights
  • Large car parking area
  • Children's playground
  • Tuck shop
  • Coffee & Craft Shop
  • Clubhouse including change rooms
  • Linhill caters for about 450 players from as young as 5 years, through to juniors, seniors, ladies and veterans.
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Preparing the new field for the

SLFA Districts Tournament '18