Kingston City Football Club is a professional football club that competes in the National Premier League VIC 2.
The club was established in 1974 in the south-eastern Melbourne suburb of Clarinda by members of the local Greek Australian community.
Originally called Liverpool Soccer Club, the club was renamed Clarinda Soccer Club the following year in 1975. In that same year, the club also made its league debut in Division 4 of the District League. Playing many of its home games on the grounds of Clayton Technical School in Clayton, Victoria, the club spent most of its early years competing in the lower divisions of the Victorian District Leagues.
In 1982 the club moved to its current home ground The Grange Reserve in the neighbouring suburb of Clayton South, Victoria, and in 1998 was renamed Kingston City Soccer Club.