Paisley Park Soccer Complex

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Paisley Park Soccer Complex
LocationAltona North, Victoria
Coordinates37°50′48″S 144°51′25″E / 37.84667°S 144.85694°E / -37.84667; 144.85694Coordinates: 37°50′48″S 144°51′25″E / 37.84667°S 144.85694°E / -37.84667; 144.85694
OwnerCity of Hobsons Bay
Capacity5,000
SurfaceGrass
Opened1975
Tenants
Altona Magic
Altona East Phoenix

Paisley Park Soccer Complex was established in 1975 by the local City of Hobsons Bay council. Today it provides the facilities for local soccer club Altona Magic, who play in National Premier Leagues Victoria and are supported by the Macedonian Australian community. The stadium has a capacity of 5,000. The Altona East Phoenix, who currently participate in the Victorian State League Division 1 N/W, also share the facilities, and are predominantly backed by the local Greek Australian community.

The facilities received an upgrade in 2005, giving Altona Magic new clubrooms, while Altona East Phoenix moved in the shared facilities which are door to door apart with a large accordion-like door in the middle, allowing the facilities to be expanded, catering for 200 people.

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