The football excitement continues to build at Casey Fields as Melbourne City Football Club (MC) settles into its new home ground for training and local matches.
Melbourne City’s seven junior academy teams have started to train and play at their new home in Cranbourne East, including a number of their Junior National Premier League games, the first of which was in early February against the Bulleen Lions.
The W-League teams will also play two local games when they hit the turf at Dandenong City Soccer Club in Endeavour Hills on Thursday 11 and Thursday 25 March. The women will play Western Sydney and Perth Glory and the community are invited to come along and watch.
For further details, head to the Melbourne City website.
The club’s presence continues to be felt more around Casey Fields as the facility is fitted out with new signage to celebrate and acknowledge its newest team.
Members of local soccer clubs will also get a chance to become more familiar with their new local champions, as MC gears up to meet and greet local clubs and introduce themselves to the up-and-coming stars of the game.
We expect there will be many future events featuring MC and its players to come.
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