Campbelltown City SC

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Campbelltown City
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Full nameCampbelltown City Soccer Club
Nickname(s)Red Devils
Founded1963
GroundSteve Woodcock Sports Centre
Capacity3,000
ChairmanPaul Centofanti
ManagerJoe Mullen
LeagueNPL South Australia
2018NPL South Australia, 1st of 12 (premiers)
WebsiteClub website

Campbelltown City Soccer Club is a soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. Campbelltown City is a participant in the NPL South Australia. They play home matches at Newton Village Sports Complex and are the local club of the Campbelltown-Newton area in Adelaide's north-east suburbs.

History[edit]

Campbelltown City Soccer & Social Club "Red Devils" were formed by Joe Natale and other Italian Migrants in 1963, needed players to field a side when they debuted in the old SA third division the following year. But Natale's recruitment drive faced some hurdles, not least City's tin shed change room and the patch of dirt which passed as its original pitch. Campbelltown claimed its maiden league title in 1966 and won promotion to the SA top flight eight years later. Campbelltown were crowned premiers for the 2018 NPL SA season.[1]

Golden Era[edit]

Current squad[edit]

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

No. Position Player
2 Australia Shaun Harvey
3 Australia Anthony Hartnell
4 Australia Iain Fyfe
5 Australia Matthew Mullen
6 Australia Dion Kirk
8 Australia Alex Mullen
9 Australia Marc Marino
10 Australia Luigi Ditroia
14 Australia Adam Piscioneri
No. Position Player
16 Australia Andrew Maio
17 Australia Brandon Centofanti
18 Japan Yohei Matsumoto
19 Australia Tom Veart
20 Australia Nicholas Harpas
23 Australia Jake Halliday
99 Australia Joseph Ruggiero
11 Australia Anthony Ture

Honours[edit]

National Champions (1): 2018
Winners (3): 2013, 2016, 2018
Winners (1): 2018

State League 2003

Division 1 1986, 2013

Division 2 1973, 1978, 1993

Division 3 1966, 1971

References[edit]

  1. ^ Facebook. Football Federation South Australia https://www.facebook.com/footballfederationsa/photos/a.616493468421103.1073741947.113533282050460/2150229308380837/?type=3&theater. Retrieved 29 July 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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