22c Peacock Street, Brunswick West, Victoria 3055
Brunswick City Soccer Club is a NPL club located in the municipality of Moreland. Dunstan Reserve, Peacock Street in West Brunswick is the headquarters for the club, where it shares a multi-purpose sports facility with other community groups; the facility includes the use of two senior grounds, Miniroos ground for sub-junior games and a sporting pavilion.
The Club was founded in 1970. Brunswick City's foundation was based on the community spirit of accepting all levels of players and giving them an opportunity to experience playing soccer, team spirit and playing within a structured team environment. In 2014, the club was awarded an NPL licence from the FFV.
Brunswick City Soccer Club is a place for families and friends to congregate in the spirit of the community and for local businesses through their support of the club can meet the local community and wider districts.
Today, the club is continuing to strive for success in every aspect of this ever-growing international sport. Our plan is to field junior teams in each age group and field girls/female teams in the local competitions.
Brunswick City Soccer Club is looking forward to an exciting future, and we look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into a club community.
2017 Miniroos and Girls Football
Very LIMITED spots are still available.
We are accepting some players from U7 through to U11 miniroos teams.
All Miniroos teams from U7-U11 train from 5:30pm-6:30pm on Wednesday and Friday nights.
Community league teams train from 6:30pm-8:00pm on Wednesday and Friday nights.
Girls team U15/U16 now train on Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Seniors Update: Round 15 - 21/5/2017 vs Melbourne Victory
The season is just over the half way mark, and Brunswick City played the Melbourne Victory NPL team away on the weekend. Brunswick City played some great football with many opportunities early on, however Victory scored first in the 15'. Brunswick struck back soon after with a goal from prolific striker Adam Wright in the 20'. The second half started well with great team play from Brunswick City, however Victory again scored against the run of play in the 62'. Brunswick kept fighting and again Wright was able to put pressure onto the Victory keeper and force a mistake which resulted in a goal for Brunswick in the 65'. Brunswick had a few more chances to get a winner, however the match finished 2-2.
Check out the highlights on our YouTube channel. (Link on the right)
Next game versus Ballarat City away (Moresehead Park) at 6:00pm.