City stars visit City Clubs

City stars from our Men’s and Women’s teams have been out and about visiting City Clubs in recent weeks. 

Captain Scott Jamieson and Jamie Maclaren visited East Kew FC. Macca received plenty of questions on his recent World Cup experience, sharing the photo of the moment he met Leo Messi. 

Marco Tilio and Callum Talbot had a great time at Croydon Rangers. The City young guns enjoyed having a kick with the junior boys and girls at the club. 

Holly McNamara, Rhianna Pollicina and Kaitlyn Torpey visited Sandringham Soccer Club this week for a Girls Only Night. The City stars signed posters, took lots of photos and answered plenty of questions from the aspiring young footballers. 

In another girls only appearance, Bryleeh Henry and Darcey Malone visited NPL club, Southern United, where they met all the women’s teams. The hot topic of the night surrounded the pathway it took for both players to reach playing professional football in the A-League Women’s competition. 

Visiting Glen Eira was Tom Glover and Scott Galloway, as the boys signed lots of City posters for the junior teams. While Curtis Good and Jordan Bos visited Hampton Park.

Mathew Leckie and Nuno were greeted by over 100 players from U8s through to U18s at Box Hill United. The Box Hill players enjoyed taking photos with the boys and asking lots of questions. 

Chelsea Blissett and Tori Tumeth visited Pakenham United FC, where they shared their footballing journeys with over 50 girls.  

Florin Berenguer had a great night down at Mount Martha. The Frenchman received lots of questions on what it takes to make it as a professional footballer, giving some wonderful insights to the youngsters! 

Karly Roestbakken and Leticia McKenna visited Officer City FC, meeting lots of enthusiastic juniors. 

New Zealand internationals Hannah Wilkinson and Katie Bowen were special guests at Aspendale SC. They were able to meet a number of junior girls from the club, sign signatures and answer questions.

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