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Enfield City Falcons
League: Premier League
Homepage: www.enfieldcityfalconsfc.com.au
Description: Enfield City Soccer Club Inc.

PO Box 359 Enfield Plaza SA 5085

Phone: 08-82626622
Fax: 08-83410484

Club Colours: Home - Green shirts, Black shorts and Black socks
Away - White shirts, White shorts & Green socks

Australian Representatives:
John Green

Club Honours:
First Division / Premier League Champions: 1961, 1983, 1993.
Second Division Champions: 1940, 1951, 1957 & 1962
State League Runners Up: 2002
Third Division Champions: 1960
Federation Cup Winners: 1923 & 1961
Federation Cup Runners Up: 1924, 1953 ,1961, 1965, 1966 & 1980
Ampol Cup: winners 1969
Under 19's: State League Champions 1999
Under 19's: State League Runners Up 2002
Under 23's: State League Grand Finalists 2000, 2001 & 2002
Under 23's: Premier League Champions 2003 Top Goalscorer First Division: M. Dunbar (Prospect Utd.) 1953 Top Goalscorer First Division: E. Dankowski (Victoria) 1958
West End Medal: Peter McKenzie 1966
Rothman's Medal: Robert Tuffs 1978
Len Alagich Trophy: James Costa 2000
Rob Jones Trophy: Jindou Lee 2000
Bob Telfer Medal: Nathan Day 1992, Craig Woods 1998 & Mark Mulady 2002
SASF Premier League Player of the Year: Jimmy Tsekinis 2003

History: Source - History of Soccer in South Australia written by Denis Harlow.
The club reformed in 1946 as the Prospect United Soccer Club after the original Prospect Club disbanded in 1941 due to the war.

The club changed its name to Enfield Soccer club in 1954 after fruitful negotiations with the Enfield Council. The negotiations were in respect to the club using the name Enfield, in return the Council was prepared to prepared to participate in enclosing, turfing and building a club house at its present location in Anson Street Blair Athol.

The Enfield Club amalgamated with Victoria in 1968 and played under the name Enfield Victoria until 1985.

In 1986 the club merged with Windsor Melita playing under the latters name and in 1987 reverted to its current name Enfield City.

Home Stadium: Rushworth Reserve

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