MiniRoos (5-12 years old)

Our Program

MiniRoos is designed for kids of all abilities. The nation-wide initiative uses short, game-based sessions to introduce the sport of football to newcomers in an inclusive way. It focuses on learning new skills, being active, making life-long friends and, potentially, unearthing the next generation of Socceroos or Matildas.

The Port Melbourne Soccer Club’s MiniRoos program is led by Steve Mautone, formerly the assistant to Kevin Muscat at Melbourne Victory. Steve brings an enormous amount of experience and coaching ability to the Port Melbourne Soccer Club.

Season 2021

More information on plans for 2021 will be shared shortly.

Latest News

We’re back! Return to training dates announced.

We are delighted to announce that following the publication of “Return to Play” guidelines by Football Victoria on Friday, we have been cleared by Port Phillip City Council to return to training! The club is currently taking steps to ensure that the facilities at JL Murphy comply with the latest COVID health and safety requirements. … Continue reading We’re back! Return to training dates announced.

Port Melbourne MiniRoos: Back in 2020

We are back!!! PMSC will recommence the season, subject to government regulations, with training and gala day games. At this stage, based on the Victorian government plans, training will commence on Thursday 5th November, with scheduled gala day games every Sunday, starting on the 15th November through to December 20th. Below are the scheduled dates. … Continue reading Port Melbourne MiniRoos: Back in 2020

FOOTBALL IN VICTORIA ON HOLD AS STAGE 3 RESTRICTIONS REIMPOSED

Following the announcement by the Victorian Government and the State Premier yesterday that State-wide – restrictions that apply across Victoria, Football Victoria (FV) confirms that all football-related activity must cease for the duration of the lockdown. Victorian Government – Department of Human Services link below; https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/updated-restrictions-1159pm-wednesday-8-july-covid-19