Cumberland United


Cumberland United
Cumberland United
Cumberlandunited.jpg
Full name Cumberland United Football Club
Nickname(s) Foxes
Founded 1943
Ground A.A. Bailey Reserve
(Capacity: 1,000)
Chairman Angela MacDonald
Manager Nick Pantsaras
League FFSA Premier League
2011 Premier league, 4th
Home colours
Away colours

Cumberland United is a football (soccer) club in Adelaide, South Australia. Cumberland played in the South Australian Super League in 2010 but were relegated to the South Australian Premier League for 2011. Their home ground is AA Bailey Reserve in the inner southern suburb of Clarence Gardens, which is adjacent to Cumberland Park.

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History

Cumberland United is one of the oldest soccer clubs in South Australia. The club first appeared in 1941 fielding junior teams in the local intermediate league. Their first league game in the intermediate league was against South Adelaide on Saturday 10 May 1941. The result was a 9-0 victory for Cumberland.

Cumberland's first senior game was on Saturday 8 May 1943 against the now defunct Perry Engineering Works. The final score was a 9-0 win for Cumberland. Dunbar, for Cumberland, found the net six times, Ingham scored twice and Edwards once. The game was played as a home game for Cumberland at Hollywood Estate, a then adjacent suburb.

Since 1943 the club has won the championship twice and the Federation Cup once. In recent years significant in-roads have been made towards improving the club.

Junior Football has gone from strength to strength while being one of the strongest teams in lots of junior age groups. The Club established a more focused junior program in 1990 which has continued to grow since then, with 17 teams currently playing at Bailey Reserve. Many of the present senior players began their Club Football at Cumberland. This has been one of the key objectives of the program now coming to fruition.

Cumberland United has remained true to its origins as a District Club. While its colours may have changed, its name and composition, unlike most of the other teams playing in 1943, has remained true to its foundation.

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Australia Alexander Rideout
Australia Alor Bulabek
Australia Craig Smith
Australia Daniel Carter
Australia Daniel Stuart
Australia David Skull
Australia Jack Schoen
Australia Jake Carmichael
Australia Jared Daly
Australia Jimmy Cameron
Australia John Hall
Australia Jonathon Rideout
Australia Jordan Pegoraro
Australia Joshua Harvey
Australia Justin Davis
No. Position Player
Australia Liam Moller
Australia Mark Perrone
Australia Matthew Charalambous
Australia Mitchell Daly
England Neil Young
Australia Peter Kourkoulis
Australia Robert Macdonald
Australia Robin Lippett
Australia Roland White
Australia Sam Carmichael
Australia Shaun Smith
Australia Thomas Renzi
Australia Troy Rutter
Australia Yannick Skull

Club honours

  • 1st Division Champions: 1978 & 1999
  • 2nd Division Champions: 1984, 1986, 1997 & 2003
  • Federation Cup Winners: 1978, 2009
  • Premier League top 5 Champions: 2009
  • U/23 Cup Winners: 1999
  • U/19 Premier League Champions: 2002, 2008, 2009
  • U/19 Premier League Top 5 Winners: 2002, 2009
  • U/19 Cup Runner Up: 2006
  • U/17 Cup Winners: 2005
  • U/16 Kanga Cup Winners:2007
  • U/16 Kanga Cup Plate Winners:2008
  • U/16 SW Cup Winners: 2008
  • U/16 Cup Runner Up: 2004
  • U/13 Cup Runner Up: 2007
  • U/12 Cup Runners-up: 2008
  • U/12 SW2 League Champions: 2008
  • U/12 Div A Champions:2006

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