League: Premier League
Description: Modbury Soccer Club Inc
PO Box 45 Modbury North SA 5092
Home - Blue shirts, White shorts & Blue socks
Away - Yellow shirts, Yellow shorts & Yellow socks
John Jacobs (U/16 captain)
Premier League Grand Finalist: 2000 & 2001
State League/2nd Division Champions: 1985 & 1998
3rd Division Champions: 1973
Barker Cup Winners: 1973
PGH Federation Cup Winners:1989
Bailetti Cup Winners: 1991
Ampol Cup Runners-Up: 1992
Coca Cola Under 23 Cup Winners: 1994
U/23 State League Champions: 1998
U/23 Cup Winners: 2001
U/19 Premier League Champions: 2004
U/19 State League Champions: 1998
SASF Player of Year: Carl Whitehead (1995) & Mark Yates (2000)
2nd Division Player of the Year: Roy Burdett
Len Alagich Trophy: Ross Fedele (1998)
Source - History of Soccer in South Australia written by Denis Harlow.
Founded in 1964
The club was founded in 1964. The clubs first year in the SASF was in 1965 when, for reasons unknown, they played in the 3rd division reserve league and its reserve side played in the 4th division.
The club almost became the Modbury Prague Soccer Club in 1968 when members of the Czechoslovakian community in the area wanted to promote the game at Modbury. However the move was abandoned when club members vetoed the idea.
The club's facilities have been steadily improving over the years. Its ground was selected as one of the training venues for teams competing in the 2000 Olympic Games.
Modbury is a popular community based club located in the Modbury/Tea Tree Gully area. The club fields both seniors and juniors teams.
: Modbury Soccer Ground
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