|Full name||Modbury Soccer Club Inc|
|League||FFSA State League 1|
|2015||State League 1, 6th|
Modbury SC, commonly known as Modbury Jets, is an Australian semi-professional soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. It currently competes in the National Premier Leagues State League 1. The club field both senior and junior teams. The seniors play their home matches at Jet Park in Modbury, north of Adelaide and the Juniors play at Burragah Reserve, Modbury.
The club was first founded in 1964, however they were forced to wait a year in order to play in the 1965 season. For reasons unknown, they played in the 3rd division reserve league while their reserve side played in the 4th division.
The club almost became the Modbury Prague Soccer Club in 1968 when members of the Czechoslovakian Australian 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.
In 2014, the Jets celebrated their fiftieth year as a club, and finished the season by clinching promotion through the play-off finals series.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- 3rd Division Champions: 1973
- State League/2nd Division Champions: 1985 & 1998
- Reserves Coca Cola Cup Winners 1994
- U/19's State League Champions: 1998
- Reserves State League Champions: 1998
- Federation Cup Champions: 1989
- Ampol Cup Runners Up 1992 – Adelaide City 1 – 0 Modbury Jets
- Premier League Grand Finalist: 2000, 2001, 2010
- Reserves Cup Champions: 2001
- U/19's Premier League Champions: 2004
- U/19's Premier League Champions: 2010
- Reserves Premier League Champions: 2010
- Premier League Champions: 2010
- Reserves State League Champions: 2013, 2014
- State League Finals Series Champions: 2014
2016 Seniors Best & Fairest – Darcy Clarke
2016 Seniors Coaches Choice – David Brooks
2016 Seniors Player's Player – Matthew Kelly
2016 Reserves Best & Fairest – Brad MacGowan
2016 Reserves Coaches Choice – Brad MacGowan
2016 Reserves Player's Player – Matt Evans
2016 U18's Best & Fairest – Anthony Luongo
2016 U18's Coaches Choice – Rhys Turner
2016 U18's Player's Player – Anthony Luongo
Club Golden Boot – Mushtaq Ahmad (14 goals, 22 games)
Club Young Player of the Year – Jimmy Henderson
Supprters Player of the Year – Matthew Kelly
Players/Former Player Achievements:
Dion Kirk – Former Adelaide United Youth Team
Shaun Harvey – Former Adelaide United Youth Team
Timothy Henderson – Australian Schoolboys Representative
Oliver Zafiridis – Australian Schoolboys Representative & Former Adelaide United Youth Team
Thomas Strain – Former Aston Villa Academy
Ryan Strain – Former Aston Villa Academy