Last Saturday 4th of May Doveton Special Soccer School participated with two team at the Football Victoria all abilities gala day 2019. Everybody enjoyed the day not only for the games but also we meet again many friends ,congratulation to all the players and big thank you to our coach’s and team manager, also thank you so much to all the families for support the players and our club. Thank you very much to Sharon Wong from Football Victoria for organized a fantastic day of soccer.
On behalf of DSSS I would like to thank the VPSC for another great game. 17 years still ongoing.
It’s such a special day for the players.
We enjoyed a BBQ together after the game at the Box Hill Police Station. I’m pleased to say no one was arrested on the day.
A huge Thank you to Senior Sargent Ron Sinclair and all the police members, also thank you to the photographer on the day
As Director of Soccer it is my grant pleasure to announce that under our community program.
“Increase sport and social participation for people with special needs”
We offer free soccer training for members of Specials School, organization working with peoples with special needs and individual’s male or female from different communities.
You can express your interest to participate in the soccer clinic and games contacting me by email firstname.lastname@example.org …. remember all clinics will be free of charge.
Training is every Saturdays
When start: Saturday 27th of April 2019
When Finnish: Saturday 29th of June 2019
Address: 29 Brindley Street, Dandenong South, Victoria 3175
Time: From 1.30 pm to 3 pm
All participant needs to wear on the day t/shirt, short and runners or soccer boots,
We will provide bibs, training equipment’s also sun protection cream and water.
Join us and enjoy learning how to play the beautiful game called soccer.
Director of Soccer
As Director of Soccer and supporter the women’s rights , I want to showcase that women should be able to be active in sport whenever, wherever and however they choose, without being judged for how they look, how good they are or how sweaty they get.
D.S.S.S through your School involvement can make more females aware the campaign of our club offer and encourage more women to participate in more social, fun soccer trainings and games. I like to take this opportunity to welcome any females who like to play soccer in our club.
You can express your interest to participate in the first come and try soccer clinic contacting me by email email@example.com the event will be free of charge.
When: Saturday 30th of March 2019
Address: 29 Brindley Street, Dandenong South, Victoria 3175
Time: From 11am to 1pm
Due to High demand I recommend everybody to register your name.
Last Friday November 23th was my pleasure to receive special nomination
in a wonderful presentation night run for
Greyhound Community Fund.
Once again thanks to all the members of the Community Fund for the Award.
On the 17th November DSSS held its 24th dinner dance.
Doveton Special Soccer School team travel to Greensborough last weekend to participate @ the first special needs community cup with two teams It was another fantastic fun day of soccer the players from DSSS who again took the points and trophy with a 16-1 victory over the senior team and very encourage second place our intermediate/low skills team . A special thanks to the organizador DOC-Academy FC and also we like to thanks to all the families and friends for travel far away and support the players.
Thanks a lot to the coach’s ,Jeff,Peter and Milton .
Congratulation to everyone involved @ the day.
Also as a director of soccer is my pleasure to announce the confirmation of Doveton Special Soccer School trip to play in China @2019
We are excited to announce that Doveton Special Soccer School will be traveling to China in May 2019. This is a fantastic opportunity for our players to play soccer and learn about other cultures and realise a dream to represent Australia overseas. At this stage we have 12 players, carers and family members as well as coaches, chaperones and the event organiser traveling. Around 25 people will be traveling. 3 games of soccer have been organised and lots of sightseeing in between also a night in Disneyland. See itinerary below. We are hoping to raise $30,000.00 to put towards the cost of the trip, we would love to raise enough funds to fully cover the cost of each player, so if you would like to support the club or if you know of any business that would like to contribute in any way please contact our director of soccer Juan Carlos Loyola OAM by sending a email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are grateful for the team of people who are working hard to bring this all together, it’s a huge undertaking. We wish create a friendship with China and maybe host a sister team here in Australia in the future.
Please Share our news with your family and friends and we will keep you updated with any new developments.
China Trip 2019 Information
Day 1: Morning flight. Check in at the hotel in Beijing at night.
Day 2: One day tour to Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, evening dinner
Day 3: Beijing Football Club and Australian Football Club Match, farewell dinner.
Day 4: Great Wall Tour, China General Assembly Welcome Dinner
Day 5: Bullet train to Xi’an,
Day 6: Xi’an Football Club VS Australian Football Club
Day 7: Terra-Cotta Warriors and day tour.
Day 8: Flight to Shanghai, Disneyland evening.
Day 9: Shanghai Football Club vs Australian Football Club
Day 10: Day tour in Shanghai.
Day 11: Flight back to Melbourne
Day 12: In the morning in Melbourne
Beijing , Xi’an , and Shanghai Doveton Special Soccer School China Soccer Tour.
From May 10th to 22nd 2019.
2018 Juan Carlos Loyola OAM Award Presentation of award to Vince Manno with Carlos Loyola OAM Congratulations to the winner of the 2018 Juan Carlos Loyola Award for longstanding community service which has been presented to Vince Manno. Since 1990 Vince has been an active committee member of the Victoria Police Soccer Club and contributed to its longevity and success. In 2001 Vince founded the community youth initiative known as the Soccer COPPS Program© and has provided over $400,000 of sporting and giveaways to over 11,600 young people. Vince is a strong advocate and driving force, using soccer as a crime prevention and early intervention strategy, for engaging our young people in positive relationships with the police. The Juan Carlos Loyola OAM Award for Longstanding Community Service is an annual award now in its 7th year. It is presented to a resident of South-East Melbourne who has shown long-term dedication to the local community through their volunteer work. The award is named after Juan Carlos Loyola OAM who has worked tirelessly for more than twenty-five years with the Doveton Special Soccer School.
Congratulation Vince Manno.