Last Day All Abilities Football League

16th September was the last round of the inaugural FFV All Abilities League.

It was held at Knox on a sunny but extremely cold windy day. All the metro teams participated on the day with all players receiving medals at the end of each game.

It’s been a great experience to be involved in this league and to meet all the teams and volunteers. There have been a few hiccups along the way but at the end of the day our players got to play every second Saturday in a real league, the players have had many great experiences and made lots of new friends.

Doveton Special Soccer School wishes to acknowledge and thank all people that were involved with this league as it’s been a huge step forward for soccer for All Abilities.

Doveton vs Sh Kevin’s College

On Saturday 9th September, under our community program we played the 15th annual Challenge Cup against St Kevin’s College.

This time our senior team drew 5-5   the game was one of the best played for both team for long time.

Many supporters and families attended the day.

Our Intermediate team won  8-6 and the  junior team won 7-5 .

Attendees appreciated the dedication and effort of our players.

The community program is designed to raise awareness in the broader public about people with a disability and the fact they can play and enjoy sport. Our special thanks to all the students and teachers of St Kevin’s College

All Abilities Football Cup, 28th of October

Hi All

Allow me to introduce myself, Jack Gillibrand, Centre Manager here @ Soccer5s Dandenong.

I’m delighted to be bringing to your attention a FREE ENTRY 5-A-SIDE Cup day held here @ Soccer5s in October 28th . Please see below for registration details.

We have multiple stages available and are being proudly supported by  Juan Carlos Loyola OAM director of soccer  from Doveton Special Soccer School Inc who is also hoping you can all join in the action.
Please forward this information onto other groups and organisations if you know of more who would be interested, we’ve tried to touch base with everyone we can find online and within the network.
Please feel free to contact me if you wish to know any more questions about the Cup day.

Kindest Regards

Jack Gillibrand

Centre Manager
Soccer5s Dandenong

Has your team got what it takes to become the new Champions @ Soccer5s? Don’t tell us, show us!

You and your Team are invited to register to be a part of the Soccer5s All Abilities Cup 2017, proudly supported by Doveton Special Soccer School and legend Carlos Loyola!

Express your interest and in the comments section tell us how many teams you would like enter into the tournament and what stage

We will be closing EOI Friday 29th September, so please enter if you’re keen to get your teams involved!



Partnership With Soccer5s

It is with great excitement to announce that the Doveton Special Soccer School Inc have formed a partnership with Soccer5s in Dandenong.

Our players will get to play each week on the synthetic pitches, there are 8              5 a side and two 7 a side pitches, we will also have opportunities to play games at night under lights.

Forming this Partnership with Jack Gillibrand, Centre Manager  @ Soccer5s Dandenong  it  will help to secure the Doveton Special Soccer Schools long term future.

As of February 2018, Doveton Special Soccer Schools new home ground will be at the soccer5s in Dandenong.

Our contact phone numbers will remain the same.

Juan Carlos Loyola OAM  will still be director of soccer and we will still be running the club same as always with our very dedicated team of volunteers, families and friends.

Please take the time to come down and have a look at the fantastic facilities and let us know what you think?

The New address is 29 Brindley St, Dandenong South VIC 3175.

Until then you can still find us at Waratah Reserve in Doveton.

We invite you to see our facilities.