U18s State Finals

U18s State Finals

U18s State Finals

U18s State Finals

Match Report

Darron Cox U18s Coach

Firstly, I would like to thank everyone for coming out to support the U18s team in their State Final yesterday – it was absolutely brilliant!

I would also like to thank the U18s team for continuing to play football in the face of constant intimidation. It’s a real credit to them and the club.

Unfortunately, we fell short this time. However, this group of players will learn from this experience and be better players in the future.

Full Time: 3-1 to Mornington SC.

Once again thanks one and all.

We are the people.

Team

We are the people

Get in touch

Altona City Soccer Club

PO Box 159 Altona VIC 3018 Australia

secretary@altonacitysc.com

Altona City Soccer Club is located on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.  We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.

U18s March into State Final

U18s March into State Final

U18s

 March into State finals

A magnificent effort by our U18s squad in their semi-final on Sunday with a 2-0 win against Preston Lions. This coming Sunday 15 September our U18s compete in the State League U18 A Final against Mornington Soccer Club.

Come along and get behind our U18s as they enter the State final between the best South/West U18A Metropolitan team and the best South/East Metropolitan team U18A.

The final is being played at Hummingbird Reserve, Tarneit. KO 12pm.

State Semi-Final Match Report by Darron Cox

Preston Lions versus Altona City: FT 0-2

Both teams came into this semi-final with a good league campaign with just 1 defeat between them.

Altona started the brighter nullifying some early Preston pressure. From a corner Altona broke quickly with the ball being played wide to Arki whose cross found Liam who finished superbly.

Within 10 minutes it was 2-0 up for Altona City with Liam’s shot going through the Goalkeepers hands and how the first half ended.

The second half Altona quickly picked up the pace again creating several chances without success.

Then the heavens opened and the torrential rain certainly impacted the remainder of the game as both teams continued trying to play football which was a real credit to them.

The game was marred with a very dubious red card for Altona however the final whistle blew and that signals our team’s march into the State final this Sunday against Mornington.

We are the people.

Team

We are the people

Get in touch

Altona City Soccer Club

PO Box 159 Altona VIC 3018 Australia

secretary@altonacitysc.com

Altona City Soccer Club is located on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.  We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.

U18s Champion Team

U18s Champion Team

U18s Champion Team

Goals Goals Goals

U18s Champion Team

Goals Goals Goals

The U18s secured the 18A title on the weekend with an 11-1 win. They have so far gone unbeaten and have scored 80 goals!

The squad is the youngest in the league with four U16 boys.

Well done U18s!

Team

We are the people

Get in touch

Altona City Soccer Club

PO Box 159 Altona VIC 3018 Australia

secretary@altonacitysc.com

Altona City Soccer Club is located on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.  We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.

Mini Roos Gala Day

Mini Roos Gala Day

Mini Roos Gala Day

Fun Fun Fun!!!

Gala Day for 

Mini Roos

Gala Day this morning for our Mini Roos (5-8 yo) who played Yarraville Glory.

Special thanks to our amazing Mini Roos Coordinator Katherine Bradford 🙌⚽️ and two of our senior women – Striker Emily Guardiani and Allie Downie – for joining the Mini Roos for some soccer fun.

Team

We are the people

Get in touch

Altona City Soccer Club

PO Box 159 Altona VIC 3018 Australia

secretary@altonacitysc.com

Altona City Soccer Club is located on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.  We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.