About us

Keilor Park Soccer Club is a not for profit Community Based Club located at Keilor Park Recreation Reserve, Keilor Park.

Our club colours are purple and our facilities are the envy of many in the north-west region. We offer opportunities for all to experience football in a fun, challenging and safe environment and we aim to promote football to the community through participation regardless of age, gender and ability.


Keilor Park Soccer Club was originally established in 1957, at the Blue Cellar Restaurant in Fitzroy, which doubled as the club’s administrative headquarters until 1961.

According to club records, the first official game of soccer was played in 1958. The Club’s first home ground was at Royal Park, behind the current Royal Children’s Hospital. In 1974, the Club finally made its permanent base at Keilor Park Reserve.

. The Club was allocated some land at Keilor Park Reserve and after many working bees the first official training session was conducted on 3 February 1976 and the first home game was played against Doveton on 3 July of that same year.

Club Facilities

When training commenced in 1976, there were no facilities available, with the players cars doubling as their change rooms. In 1979, the present day Club rooms were built and paid for by the Keilor Park Soccer Club members.

From such humble beginnings, the Club now boasts: –

  • Three (3) full size grass soccer pitches (with lighting)
  • Access to two (2) synthetic soccer pitches – seasonal allocation of one pitch to Keilor Park Soccer Club (with lighting)
  • Fully air conditioned and heated club rooms
  • Three (3) male and two (2) female change rooms
  • Bar & Kitchen facilities
  • 110 capacity asphalted car park
Dates and events are subject to change


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