Armadale SC

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Armadale SC
Full name Armadale Soccer Club
Nickname(s) Reds, Red Army
Founded 1972
Ground Alfred Skeet Oval, Armadale
Ground Capacity approx - 2500
Manager Lee Bamber[1]
League Football West State League, Premier Division
2012 10th

Armadale Soccer Club is a soccer club based in Armadale, Western Australia. They will contest the 2013 season in the Premier Division of the Football West State League.

History[edit]

Armadale Soccer Club originally formed in 1972 the club joined the semi professional leagues in 1985. In 1997 a merger between Armadale Park and Armadale City clubs formed Armadale Soccer Club.

The squad is currently managed by former Inglewood United and Manchester United academy coach Lee Bamber and assistant Kevin Brophy. Competing in the 2013 annual preseason tournament, Armadale lost on penalties 6 - 5 to eventual champions Bayswater City in the night series semi final.

Current squad and staff[edit]

FIRST TEAM[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 New Caledonia GK Ellis Hawksworth
2 Australia MF Daniel Richman
3 Australia DF Jackson Bealey
4 Australia DF Nathan Costello
5 England FW Billy Quinncroft
6 New Zealand MF Lance Louvie
7 New Zealand FW Jack Salter
8 South Africa MF Louie Bake
9 Australia MF Ian Maguire
10 England MF Rhys Loxley
11 Australia GK Cyril Sharrock
12 Australia DF Alex Clarke
13 Australia DF Sam Loveless
14 Australia DF Mitchell Castrilli
15 Australia DF Brandon Catchpole
17 Australia MF Brad Haywood
18 Australia MF Jamie Newby
19 Germany MF Daniel Birner
20 England FW Callum Barry
21 Australia DF Brendon Claxton
22 England GK Tom Allan
No. Position Player
23 Australia MF Allan Claxton
24 Australia FW Darren Francis
26 England DF Rhys Loxley
27 Scotland FW Chris Holland
28 Australia DF Trevor Laure
29 South Africa FW Ravi Kuppusamy
31 Portugal MF Marlon Martins
32 Australia DF Sean Nicholls
33 England MF Mark Peers
34 Korea DF Chan Woo Park
35 Australia MF Jason Pottier
36 Australia FW Phil Riley
37 Australia MF Callum Potton
38 England DF Andy Todd
39 Australia MF Gershon Rowland
40 South Africa FW Wilbert Tshabangu
41 Australia DF Alex Taylor
42 South Africa FW Wilbert Tshabangu
44 Zimbabwe MF Malcom Tshuma

Staff[3] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England Lee Bamber >> Manager
England Kevin Brophy >> Assistant Manager
Australia Dave Lill >> Team Manager
Australia Warren Smith >> Under 18s Coach

Semi-Pro Honours[edit]

  • 2004 First Division Winners
  • 2002 First Division Runners Up
  • 1985 Third Division Winners

Former players[edit]

Notes[edit]

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