Geelong Soccer Club would like to welcome you all to the commencement of the 2018 soccer season
We would like to formally advise that training for our Miniroos and Youth players will commence as per the following dates and training times below:
The club looks forward to seeing all supporters attending this year’s Geelong Community Club kicking off on 31st January 2018 at Stead Park.
GSC welcomes all to our stand up comedy show.
Featuring 4 comedians made up of Josh Earl, James Masters, Angus Gordon and Adam Knox. All comedians have presented at the International Comedy Festival (Melbourne). They have also featured on ABC, Triple J radio, The Comedy Zone to name a few.
Tickets are $30 per adult and is 18+ age bracket. There will be free drinks on arrival with light supper and live music whilst patrons enjoy the night for a few drinks after the show.
Please bring along friends and work colleagues to what will be a fantastic night with a top quality line-up.
You can purchase tickets by clicking on the following link http://comedyforacause.net/tc-events/gsc/
Following the departure of Fab Soncin, GSC provided an opportunity to Kristian Bright, known as KB amongst coaching circles, to fill in as caretaker coach.
6 games later, KB delivered 3 wins, 2 losses and a draw with the loss coming from Champions favorite, Altona Magic 1-0. The committee offered KB a full time coaching role with the seniors after round 7.
KB began coaching whilst he was still playing. He incurred an injury which kept him out for a couple of months and then turned out to be career ending. He then turned to coaching juniors, as a means of getting back to football.
After taking on the reserve and senior assistant role at Nunawading for a number of years, he then moved to Knox City in the same role for 3 seasons.
Recently he took on the position at Mazenod United FC where we had a successful season culminating with the club winning the league and promoted to state 2.
He gained his ‘youth C license’ & ‘senior C license’ and will be completing his’B license’ post season this year.
Having lived and played his whole career in the South East leagues, then moved to Geelong at the start of 2016.
The club has also appointed Daniel Vasilevski has KB’s assistant coach. Daniel has a decorative career as a player, having played in the A-League for Melbourne Victory back in 2009 where he won a championship. His last few seasons were in the NPL, notably with Moreland Zebras, South Melbourne and Heidelberg United. He is untested in the coaching department and wishes to commence his coaching career with Geelong SC. At the age of 35, Daniel has time on his hands to apply his football trade to the coaching scene.
We wish both KB and Daniel all the very best at GSC.
Geelong SC can announces that first team coach Fabrizio Soncin has resigned, by mutual agreement with the Board.
Soncin leaves after only one round played #matchday1, where the club had an emphatic win over sister club, Preston Lions FC.
The club would like to thank Fab for his commitment & preparation to training, regularly travelling from Bendigo to Geelong and being particular with the approach to his work.