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Our New Facilities Are
Now Complete

After years of lobbying government at all levels, Aldinga Soccer Club now has a place to call home.

In 2020, the Federal Government confirmed over $2.2 million in funding for the establishment of soccer facilities for Aldinga and its surrounding communities.  Onkaparinga City has further contributed funding which will see the entire Aldinga Sports Park get a much needed upgrade.

For Aldinga Soccer Club, the club now has brand new, state of the art club rooms and change rooms and access to up to five full sized pitches complete with flood lighting. This will allow the club to expand significantly to include more opportunities to include women and junior competitions and grow and develop the current offerings for men of all ages.

Aldinga Soccer Club will be handed the keys in October 2023 and will move in preparation for season 2024. 

The past few years...

Much of 2020 and 2021 was spent in consultation with Onkaparinga City, laying the crucial groundwork for the development. This included agreement on the location of the change rooms and club rooms, orientation and design of the turf pitches and the relational and governance structures with Aldinga Sports Park and the new Aldinga Super School.

The club was preparing to enter into a partnership with Aldinga Hockey club to pool and share resources, however a last minute change in decision means the club will have its very own pitch and club rooms from late 2023.

In late 2022, the groundwork started with the channeling and installation of essential water, sewage and power infrastructure.

Following a tender bidding process and evaluation of applicants to build the new facility, work commenced early in 2023 on the facility and pitch itself.

Sarah Construction was approved as the successful tenderer to build our new facilities. Sarah also sponsored various clubs in the sports park, including Aldinga Soccer Club, which a fantastic demonstration of their commitment to local communities and sport.

The path to completion has been a lengthy one, with a few false starts along the way. Our new home is on the old equestrian fields, who went through a long and exhaustive process to find a new home in the local area.

Mission complete...

Take a look at the images below of the final stages of the completion of the pitch and building.



The club acknowledges and appreciates wholeheartedly the dedication and commitment of Councilor Richard Peat and Councilor Simon McMahon in bringing this project to reality.

We are also grateful for the efforts our local Federal Member Rebekha Sharkie

in securing the funding as well.

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