City in the Community update

See what Melbourne City FC have been up to in the community over the past week with the Melbourne City FC Ballarat Grant headlining the update

Melbourne City Development Grant for Ballarat

The first of the Melbourne City Development grants for football in Ballarat was awarded on Friday night prior to our NPL match against Ballarat Red Devils. Melbourne City NPL coach Joe Montemurro presented the grant to Dennis Wanjiku, who moved to Ballarat from Kenya 6 months ago. The grant will assist in covering the cost of uniform and boots so that Dennis can play with Ballarat North SC. We wish Dennis every success with his football and hope he makes new friends and enjoys his time with the club. Click here for more infromation of the Melbourne City FC Ballarat Grant.


City Sisters visit Street Soccer

The young women from MatchWorks and the Melbourne City’s ‘City Sisters’ program visited the Women’s Street Soccer program at North Melbourne last week. They spent the first part of the day practicing job interview techniques and then joined the women for a soccer session at the North Melbourne Community Centre. Louisa Bisby has been coaching the City Sisters and it was clear that everyone has improved. The day was so enjoyable that the City Sisters plan to visit North Melbourne regularly to play with the Street Soccer participants.


Watsonia Heights Harvey Norman visit

Melbourne City FC players Stefan Mauk and Jonatan Germano visited Watsonia Heights Soccer Club last week to surprise the Club with a new TV. Germano and Mauk alongside Harvey Norman Preston presented the Club with a brand new TCL TV. Watch the video above to see the surprise reaction at Watsonia Heights.