A big thanks to all the players that made our 2018 Mens season as great as it was!
Happy Birthday to us!
Both first and second choice keepers away … we showed our depth.
The Mens team had a fundraiser night to help out Rich Garnett and one of the Golds players went on a scoring spree!
Player-Assistant Senior Manager, Dan Bates
No relation to Senior Manager, Richie Bates, they just both happen to be English and enjoy playing at CCFC. Dan joined the squad last year having been a player-coach previously at Old Scotch.
New Coaches for CCFC!
A chat with our new Reserves Coach, Colin Lane.
It was a great homecoming for our Men's sides this weekend!
We are so proud of everyone who came out on Labour Day to support the work done by Feeding Dreams Cambodia, allowing others to enjoy the game we love.
A new season and a new league, your Senior and Reserve Cityzens took to the field against South Yarra SC this weekend!
The FFA Cup is back and your Cityzens are feeling the Magic of the Cup!
A big thank you goes out to our Mens coaching staff for the incredible job they did this year! We are pleased to see them all returning to the club as we start our first season in State 3 South-East!
After an incredible season, the Mens team handed out awards.
State League 3 South-East, here we come!
Our Seniors made a long haul to Skye in order to face off against the second place team from State 4 South, Springvale City!
Our final match of the regular season pitted us against Elwood City, having already cemented a 2nd place finish, all that remained was to see which of our players, Jake Buckley or Mike Maddocks would take the 2016 Golden Boot for State League 4 East!
CCFC is proud to be a club that is working towards the inclusion of more women in coaching roles!
It was a nice sunny drive for our 3rds team down the Mornington Penninsula this weekend for their final regular season match
Another exciting weekend at home as the boys advanced on the top and three of our players are showing themselves to be scoring machines!
Three games, and three wins! Though it was not all smooth sailing.
Like all things, a streak must come to an end. Seniors looked good from the start, but could not capitalize on going up a man, with Mike Maddocks and Craig Tweedy becoming long lost twins.