Collingwood City Soccer Club in Richmond  

Collingwood City is a child safe organisation

Collingwood City Soccer Club is a vibrant community based club in Richmond, close to Kew and Hawthorn, that has teams for boys and girls from kinder through to junior and youth and Senior men's. 

Collingwood City FC (CCFC) seeks to offer a modern player development program through high-level and up to date coaching techniques. Our coaches are dedicated and passionate about developing their junior and youth players and their main experience and focus is this age group. CCFC programs, progress with the player and we believe that the basic fundamentals cannot be missed. This must all occur while the young player is having "fun" and enjoying attending the training and games. 

The CCFC programs cover the basic fundamentals of football through to technical game training sessions.  We believe that we have implemented one of the best all round programs that is both affordable and of the highest standard. We offer footballers training programs to suit their requirements, whether it's a program for a social soccer experience or to pursue their desire to progress into a technical skilful player that can aspire to play at the highest level.

The focus on player development is in line with the FFA national coaching curriculum and world best practice

We have programs to cater for all ages and levels of player 

  • kinder age players

  • under 6/7

  • miniroos program for under 8, 9, 10, 11

  • juniors boys under 12, 13, 14, 15, 16/18

  • GIRLS only program kinder, 6/7, under 9, under 10, under 12-16

  • Senior mens

  • Masters

Bookings open for 2020


Bookings for season 2020 are now open for MiniRoo 8-12 and Junior boys and girl 13-18 wishing to play for CCFC in 2020. Please use the TryBooking link 
All players NEW to the club should also register for the club communications. We will be capping numbers in some ages as we have limited spots. Club members have priority booking until Monday 21st October.

Player Assessments 2020

Player assessment for 12K, 13A, 14A, 15A and 16A will be held in November 2019. Dates and venues will be emailed to registered players.

The MiniRoos 8-11 and other team assessments will be in February 2020 and based on both skill and friendships.

Fabulous news: $1.5 million in funding!

Yesterday the Minister for Sport John Eren MP and Richmond's local member Richard Wynne MP made a trip to CCFC to announce $483,707 in funding from the Andrews Labor Government for an extension and refurbishment of Malcolm Graham pavilion at Kevin Bartlett Reserve, thanks to the Labor Government’s Female Friendly Facilities Fund.
The mayor of the City of Yarra Daniel Nguyen was also in attendance and announced that the CoY will contribute over $1,000,000 to the project.
This is an outstanding commitment to community grassroots sports and the Collingwood Football club would like to thank all those involved in making this happen.
The plans look fantastic and we cannot wait to use our new change rooms and utilise our modernised clubhouse (that will have both heating and cooling installed!)

Building works moving along

Building works moving along

Congratulations to our Senior Mens who have today been crowned State League 3 Champions!

After a successful season the Senior men’s team finished top of the ladder earning us a promotion to State League 2. They finished off the season by winning the league finals!

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Under 15/16 girls top of the league for season 2019

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On most weekends, tens of thousands of girls, boys, women and men can be found playing and officiating football matches across Victoria, watched and supported by thousands more parents, family members, club officials and volunteers.

Over time, a minority of these people have unfortunately decided that it is ok to:

  • Abuse referees, both official and volunteers

  • Scream and yell at players, coaches and officials

  • Criticise performance rather than celebrate effort

  • Ignore, manipulate and question rules and decisions

The impact this behaviour has on our game cannot be understated. People stop playing the game, referees stop officiating, tensions between clubs rise.

In order to make a genuine difference to the behaviour of everyone involved in our game, a cultural shift needs to occur. This needs to occur at all levels. We need to Respect The Game.

Love the game NOT the odds