Welcome to the Geelong Soccer and Sports Club.
We have a distinguished history, strong membership and located in the north western suburbs of Geelong. We welcome all players to our club. 2016 see’s the club in a favorable position with over 180 registered juniors, Senior Womens team and a Sunday league team. We have 15 small sided teams, including boys and girls as well as 6 youth teams. The club has approval for construction of new club rooms scheduled to begin in July 2016. There are additional plans to obtain another playing field, bring it up to 3 quality pitches to help develop our club for a prosperous future.
The club also has FFV pro accredited coaches with 4 officially accredited and a further 4 in the process of submitting their assessment to obtain official accreditation. We also have a successful partnership with key sponsors which without them, would not be in the healthy position that we are in and we continue to support all our sponsors.
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Fabrizio Soncin – Senior Coach, Div 1
Geelong Soccer Club has landed a major coaching coup after announcing Fabrizio Soncin as our senior Head Coach in 2017.
Soncin makes the move to Geelong, fresh from holding the reins at National Premier League side Avondale FC in 2016.
Fab, as he his preferred to be called, replaces outgoing boss Steve Laurie, who was responsible for our promotion from State League 2.
The appointment is a statement of intent from Geelong, which hasn’t hidden its lofty goals.
“The club has a clear vision of where we want to be and we will continue to bring the right people to the club to ensure future success,” club president Mick Nikolovski said.
“We have a 5 year roadmap and all decisions come back to achieving the milestones in that roadmap.
“No secret, becoming the next NPL team in Geelong is one of them.”
Soncin holds vast experience in a technical director and coaching capacity throughout Victorian football over a 20 year period.
He also helped guide Melbourne Victory’s side to the 2013 W-League final.
The Stead Park side will be looking to make a splash in State League One as it eyes off NPL promotion.