To provide opportunity for the youth of the area to participate in healthy, well organised competition at the most appropriate level to the individual’s skill.
Predominantly royal blue and white, with gold if applicable.
MSC participates in the Southern Districts Soccer Football Association.
Nursery (4 years old) to Under 8. This is non-competitive and played on smaller fields with seven players a side.
Under 9 to Under 16, including girls teams. This is competitive and played on full fields.
Over age 16 players. A range of different teams may be available depending on demand, these being All Age, All Age Ladies, Premier League and Over 35s.
Teams play in the Southern Districts area and at their own skill level. This level is designed for exercise, enjoyment and friendship.
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2016 – REPORT
Season 2016 was another fantastic year for Moorebank Sports Soccer Club, albeit a bit longer due to the wet weather which extended the season by a couple of weeks.
I am proud to say that we continue to be the largest soccer club within the Southern Districts Soccer Football Association which encompasses the Fairfield and Liverpool local government areas.
While we attract players from across the Sydney region and as far away as Wollongong, the majority of our players (75%) are drawn from the surrounding suburbs including Moorebank, Hammondville, Holsworthy, Wattle Grove and Voyager Point.
An emphasis on encouraging more girls to participate in our code was our aim this season and as a result we formed more girls teams than we have had previously. These included two new Under 6’s and an Under 8’s girls team. This was great to see and we hope that the number of girls playing our sport increases in future years.
Of the 28 competitive teams (Under 12s and up), we had one Minor Premier (All Age Men Div 8) and four Premiers (Under 15 Div 1, Under 16 Div 1 Girls, All Age Ladies Div 2 and All Age Men Div 8).
In addition to these results the Under 15 Div 1 team also won their knock out competition. All in all, we had 15 teams that made it to their respective finals series so this is encouraging and something we can build on in season 2017.
Our external coaching academy unfortunately wasn’t able to be completed this season but we continued to support all our coaches by facilitating coaching accreditation which we see as a positive investment in our club’s ongoing success.
A major highlight once again was the hosting of the Association’s Grand Finals in August for which we received praise from not only the Association but by many of the member clubs. This was only possible with the assistance we received from our many dedicated volunteers who also helped us week in and week out throughout the season. These volunteers, made up of our players, parents, their partners and families also worked tirelessly to fundraise throughout the season. We did this by running raffles, one in conjunction with the Association with the major prize being a new car and the second being a family trip to the Gold Coast including accommodation and park passes. While none of our members were successful in winning the car, we will be announcing the winner of the trip on our Junior Presentation day in October.
On behalf of our members, I would also like to thank all of our sponsors for their ongoing support, particularly ‘Sporties’ whose continued generosity is very much appreciated. The assistance we receive contributes in a large way towards the delivery of accredited coaching as well as player and team support which in turn maintains our reputation as a successful club. Of course, our committee has again worked diligently throughout the year to make it all happen. To them I would personally like to express my sincere gratitude to you all for your support throughout the year.
Yours in Sport,
Moorebank Sports Soccer Club Inc