Modbury Jets SC

  (Redirected from Modbury Jets)

Modbury SC,[1][2] commonly known as Modbury Jets, is an Australian semi-professional soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. It currently competes in the South Australian State League 1. The club field both senior and junior teams. The seniors play their home matches at Jet Park in Modbury, north of Adelaide and the Juniors play at Burragah Reserve, Modbury.

Modbury Jets
Full nameModbury Soccer Club Inc
Nickname(s)The Jets
GroundSmith Partners Stadium (Jets Park)
ChairmanJeff McCormack
ManagerMaurice Natale
LeagueSA State League 1
20213rd of 12
WebsiteClub website

Modbury Soccer Club has a proud footballing history dating back to 1964. A not-for-profit community sporting club, Modbury SC is affiliated with FIFA through its membership of the Football South Australia, the South Australian Amateur Soccer League, and the national peak body, Football Federation of Australia.

Over the last 55 years, Modbury Soccer Club has grown from its original ‘working men’s’ foundation to one that has demonstrated a long-term commitment to developing and nurturing local footballing talent in Adelaide's north-east, while encouraging children, youth and adults to adopt a healthier lifestyle and greater physical activity participating in an affordable sporting program. The Club caters for all age groups and abilities and fields teams in Senior Men's and Senior Women's, Junior boys and girls, and MiniRoos competitions. The club also fields teams in the SA Amateur Soccer Soccer League.

Modbury Soccer Club is located within the City of Tea Tree Gully, at its Smith Partners Stadium clubrooms at Ridgehaven, and at Burragah Reserve, Modbury North.

It is arguably the most high-profile club representing the City in sporting competitions and codes.


The club was first founded in 1964, however they were forced to wait a year in order to play in the 1965 season. For reasons unknown, they played in the 3rd division reserve league while their reserve side played in the 4th division.

The club almost became the Modbury Prague Soccer Club in 1968 when members of the Czechoslovakian Australian community in the area wanted to promote the game at Modbury. However the move was abandoned when club members vetoed the idea.

The club's facilities have been steadily improving over the years. Its ground was selected as one of the training venues for teams competing in the 2000 Olympic Games. Modbury is a popular community based club located in the Modbury/Tea Tree Gully area. The club fields both seniors and juniors teams.

In 2014, the Jets celebrated their fiftieth year as a club, and finished the season by clinching promotion through the play-off finals series.

Current squadEdit

As of 21 July 2022[3]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   AUS Luke Luongo
3 MF   AUS Stefan Matteo
4   AUS Ratthanachan Hatchingson
5 DF   AUS Robin Lippett
7 MF   AUS David Mapstone
8 MF   AUS Darsem Shaksi (vice captain)
9 FW   AUS Hamish McCabe
10 MF   AUS Jesse Francesca (captain)
11 FW   AUS Liam McCabe
12 DF   AUS Cameron O’Doherty
No. Pos. Nation Player
13 DF   AUS Daniel Ditroia
16 DF   AUS Matthew Mullen
17 FW   AUS Cooper Wegener
20 GK   AUS Lachlan Fusco
23 FW   AUS Harrison Conant
27 DF   AUS Michael Doyle
DF   AUS Luka Chikwuba
MF   AUS Anthony Luongo
MF   AUS Brandon Centofani

Club honoursEdit

  • 1973 SASF Third Division Champions
  • 1973 Barker Cup Winners
  • 1975 Second Division Champions
  • 1989 PGH Federation Cup Winners
  • 2004 Federation Cup Runners-Up
  • 1991 Bailetti Cup Winners
  • 1992 Ampol Cup Runners-Up
  • 1994 Coca-Cola Under 23 Cup Winners
  • 1998 State League Minor Premiers
  • 1998 State League Champions
  • 1998 Under 23 Champions
  • 1998 Under 19 Champions
  • 2000 Premier League Runners-Up
  • 2001 Premier League Runners-Up
  • 2001 Under 23 Cup Winners
  • 2004 Under 19 Premier League Champions
  • 2006 Len Alagich Cup Winner
  • 2007 Micky Dye Cup Winner
  • 2010 Premier League Winners
  • 2010 Reserves Premier League Winners
  • 2010 Under 19 Premier League Winners
  • 2011 Under 19 Cup Runners-Up
  • 2013 Reserves State League Winners
  • 2014 Reserves State League Winners
  • 2014 State League Playoff Champions
  • 2016 Under 18 Cup Runners-Up
  • 2018 Under 18 State League 1 Champions
  • 2019 State League 1 Premiers
  • 2019 Reserves State League 1 Premiers
  • 2019 U18s State League 1 Champions
  • 2019 Reserves State League 1 Champions
  • 2021 U18s State League 1 Runners-Up
  • 2021 Reserves State League 1 Champions

Football SA Player AwardsEdit

Roy Burdett, 2nd Division Player of the Year (1975)

Carl Whitehead, SASF Player of Year (1995)

Ross Fedele, State League Reserves Player of the Year (1998)

Mark Yates, SASF Player of Year (2000)

Mason Somerville, State League Player of the Year (2004)

David Crowl, State League Player of the Year (2010)

Brandon Pirone, State League U19s Player of the Year (2010)

Nathan Cheetham, State League U19s Player of the Year (2012)

Charlie Bowman, State League Golden Boot (2014)

James Levett, State League 1 U18s Player of the Year (2018)

Shaun McGreevy, State League 1 Golden Boot (2018)

Shaun McGreevy/Joshua Farrell, State League 1 Golden Boot (2019)

Kieran Griffiths, State League 1 Goalkeeper of the Year (2019)

Jokew Wuol, NPL U18s Player of the Year (2020)

Brayden, State League 1 U18s Player of the Year (2021)

Football SA Coaching AwardsEdit

Earl Pudler, Premier League Coach of the Year (2010)

Jason Trimboli, State League 1 Coach of the Year (2019)

Club Record Holders (1993–2022)Edit

Senior Games Record Holder: Matt Kelly (252)

Senior Record Goal Scorer: Charlie Bowman (56)

Players/Former Player AchievementsEdit

Jacob Melling – Under 17s Australian Representative at 2011 Mexico World Cup

Brandon Borrello – 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Australia U23s Representative

Bradden Inman – Current Rochdale A.F.C player

Notable playersEdit


  1. ^ "@modburysc" on Twitter
  2. ^
  3. ^ Armadale Soccer Club Official Matchday Programme. Armadale Football Club. 21 July 2022.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 34°49′05″S 138°41′46″E / 34.81806°S 138.69611°E / -34.81806; 138.69611