Canberra City SC


Canberra City SC

Canberra City Soccer Club, also known for some time as the Canberra Arrows, is an Australian football (soccer) club based in Canberra in the ACT. It currently participates in the ACT Premier League and formerly competed in the National Soccer League from 1977 to 1986.

National Soccer League

Canberra City entered the new national competition for the inaugural season in 1977 as the only team representing the ACT. Home games were played at the newly constructed Bruce Stadium. The club remained competitive throughout its tenure in the league, but had limited success being unable to reach the finals series in any season. The most successful seasons were in 1981 with a fifth-placed finish, and in 1985 finishing sixth in the Northern Conference, missing out on the finals series on goal difference to St George. A restructure of the national league for the 1987 season saw Canberra culled from the competition.

Statistics by Season [ [http://www.ozfootball.net/ark/NSL/NSL.html The Australian National Soccer League ] ]

(Pld)=Games Played, (W)=Wins, (D)=Draws, (L)=Losses, (GF)=Goals For, (GA)=Goals Against, (Pts)=Points, (Nth)=Northern Conference

Back to the ACT Premier League

In the early ‘90’s Canberra City men achieved considerable Premiership success and more recently won the Federation Cup in 2005 under the coaching guidance of an ex player from the ‘80’s era, Steve Bryant.Also in 2005, Canberra City Premier League Women won just about everything on offer under the guidance of 2005 Women’s Coach of the Year, Pat Mills. Canberra City has close links with one of Canberra’s largest junior organisations the Majura Junior Soccer Club.

Canberra City currently participates in Capital Football’s Men’s and Women’s Premier League, Men’s and Women’s State League, and Women’s Masters. As part of the men’s Premier League, Canberra City fields two youth teams, Under 16 and Under 18 men’s Premier League a Pathway Team (reserves) and First Grade side.

Notable Players

* Andy Brockbank (1984) 22 apps 1 goal
* Steve Bryant (1986-1989) 68 Apps 11 Goals
*Frank Farina
*Tony Franken - awarded 1984 "Under 21 Player of the Year"
*flagicon|SCO Ian Purdie (1980)
*Duncan Cole
*Adrian Alston
*Richard Wilson
*flagicon|SCO Peter Marinello (1978)
*flagicon|SCO Tom Sermanni (1984-85)

Notable Managers

*Johnny Warren

References

External links

* [http://www.canberracityfc.com New and Official Canberra City FC Homepage]
* [http://www.canberracitysc.com.au Canberra City SC Homepage]
* [http://www.geocities.com/canberracity Original Canberra City SC Homepage]


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