Kingston City Football Club is an Australian, professional soccer club from Clayton South, Victoria, a suburb within the local government area of Kingston. Kingston club currently competes in the National Premier Leagues Victoria. The club plays out of The Grange Reserve.
Formerly known as Kingston City Soccer Club and before that “CLARINDA Soccer Club” This club was formed in 1974 by a group of Oakleigh and Clayton soccer enthusiasts in 1974. The club was originally called Liverpool and played its games at Clayton Technical School in Browns Road Clayton.
In 1975 the club was renamed Clarinda and made its league debut in Division 4 of the District League. Over the years Clarinda has grown from a club comprising a senior team and a reserves team to a club with multiple Junior teams and a senior team.
In 1982 Clarinda moved to its current ground; “The Grange” at Osborne Avenue Westal. In 1998 with the amalgamation of city councils and restructuring of city borders the club changed its name to Kingston City Soccer Club.
Our club has two grounds;
The club has always prided itself on its grass roots support and its strength of its junior teams and continues to be a force at both Senior and Junior levels.
Kingston City FC has an enviable reputation of having strong junior teams and of developing players for its senior team.
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