- North Eastern MetroStars
North Eastern MetroStars Full name North Eastern Metro Stars Soccer Club Nickname(s) Metro Founded 1994 Ground T.K. Shutter Reserve
Chairman TONY TARAMINO Manager DAVID TERMINELLO League FFSA Super League 2011 Super League, 1stHome coloursAway colours
The Metro Stars is a football (soccer) club from Adelaide, South Australia which plays in the South Australian Super League. It is based at the T.K Shutter reserve in the north-eastern suburb of Klemzig. It has generally been a strong club and has dominated in the top division of South Australian Football.
The club was initially known as the "Metro Knights" before a name change to the MetroStars in 1998. It started playing in division 2 of the Saturday Amateur league in 1995, won promotion into Division 1, and quickly became the dominant side in the league. The club entered the SASF State League in 1999 and won promotion to the Premier League in its first season. Metro Stars has subsequently cemented its position in the top South Australian football league and has developed into one of the league's leading clubs. During the formation of the FFSA and the Super League, Metro supported the federation, and in early 2006 was the first club to become a member.
They have recently become a more dominant force in the Super League over the last few years winning in both the senior and reserves squads. They have also produced young talents such as Jason Spagnuolo, Fabian Barbiero and Francesco Monterosso, all who have been recruited by Adelaide United F.C.
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 Steven Grelli Jackson Groves Daniel Godley Adam van Dommele James Yong Lee Robertson Scott Tunbridge Andrew Ciarla Anthony Taormina Daniel Menechella David Menechella No. Position Player Dino Kristo Francesco Monterosso Ivan Karlovic James Collis Joseph Polisena Lawrence D'Arrigo Louis Brain Perry Mitris Peter Terminello Timothy Sarris
Notable former players
Soccer in Australia Football Federation Australia National teams Current national leagues Former leagues Cup competitionsAustralian Cup (defunct) • FFA Cup (proposed) Domestic leagues Soccer in Australia by state and territory Association football in South Australia – Football Federation of South Australia South Australian Super League South Australian Premier League South Australian State League South Australian Amateur Soccer LeagueFC Adelaide
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
MetroStars (disambiguation) — MetroStars can refer to: MetroStars, Major League Soccer club, now known as the New York Red Bulls MetroStar Award, a French Canadian award for television, now known as the Artis Award North Eastern MetroStars, South Australian soccer club DEG… … Wikipedia
Metrostars — Metrostar may refer to: New York Red Bulls, formerly called the MetroStars , a soccer team from New York Manila Metro Rail Transit System, popularly called The Metrostar Express , a part of the metropolitan rail system in Manila Manila Metrostars … Wikipedia
Francesco Monterosso — Monterosso für das Jugendteam von Adelaide, 2010 Spielerinformationen Voller Name Francesco Battiste Monterosso Geburtstag 20. April 1991 … Deutsch Wikipedia
Scott Tunbridge — Football player infobox playername= Scott Tunbridge fullname = Scott Tunbridge dateofbirth = birth date and age|1982|6|26 cityofbirth = Adelaide countryofbirth = Australia height = height|m=1.83 currentclub = North Eastern MetroStars clubnumber … Wikipedia
Adam van Dommele — Adam van Dommele Spielerinformationen Voller Name Adam Robert van Dommele Geburtstag 5. September 1984 Geburtsort Elizabeth, Australien Größe 182 cm … Deutsch Wikipedia
List of association football clubs in Australia — This is a list of association football (soccer) clubs in Australia categorised by region and the division the play in.NationalA League*Adelaide United FC *Queensland Roar FC *Central Coast Mariners FC *Melbourne Victory FC *Newcastle United Jets… … Wikipedia
Offside (2009 film) — For other uses, see Offside (disambiguation). Offside Original release poster Directed by Gian Carlo Prod … Wikipedia
Adelaide Galaxy — Football club infobox clubname = Adelaide Galaxy fullname = Adelaide Galaxy Football Club nickname = Galaxy founded = 1923 West Torrens, 1933 Birkalla Rovers → 1979 West Torrens Birkalla → 2002 Adelaide Galaxy FC ground = Con Makris Park capacity … Wikipedia
Mike Barnett (disambiguation) — Mike Barnett may refer to:* Mike Barnett, American League baseball hitting coach * Mike Barnett (hockey), former general manager in the NHL for the Phoenix Coyotes * Mike Barnett (director), film director of the 2002 short film, Walkin Free *… … Wikipedia
Fabian Barbiero — Football player infobox playername = Fabian Barbiero fullname = Fabian Giuseppe Barbiero height = height|m=1.76 dateofbirth = birth date and age|1984|5|2 cityofbirth = Adelaide countryofbirth = Australia currentclub = Adelaide United clubnumber … Wikipedia