The Port Kennedy Soccer Club formally known as St Clair Junior Soccer Club was formed in 1997 at Port Kennedy Primary School with 45 children. The club then moved to Koorana Reserve, in 1998 due to the size and poor state of the playing surface at Port Kennedy Primary school.
In 2003 the club changed its name to Port Kennedy Junior Soccer Club to represent the area in which they play.
2004 was a major year for the club with the Rockingham City Council building clubhouse facilities at Koorana Reserve, including training lights and a modern complex which has enabled the club to grow including fielding senior teams and dedicated women’s teams.
The Club was approached prior to the 2004 season by Naval Base Wescoa Soccer club which was formed in 1975 and has a successful 30 year history in senior soccer to merge with the club. After a successful trial year as Port Kennedy Wescoa Seniors, the two clubs have now merged fully to form the Port Kennedy Soccer Club in 2005.