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Hume City under 14’s played against Green Gully SC.  The game started with a minute’s silence in respect of the passing of the mother of Hume City’s president, Steve Kaya. The team played exceptionally well and as one unit, demonstratin...

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Hume City advanced into the quarter finals of the FFA Cup after eliminating former NSL giants Sydney Olympic  3-1 on Tuesday night at ABD Stadium.

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Most clubs have a veteran that has the club etched into their DNA, and Hume City FC are no different.

Hume City U14’s entered the field in Ballarat against a strong opposition and  a win needed to stay at the top of the ladder. After a full week training the team was mentally and physically ready for one of the toughest games of the season that c...

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Express Your Interest We are excited about 2016. NPL U12-U18 – After a very successful NPL Junior campaign we have only limited spots available. Are You Good Enough? MiniRoo – We are looking to add extra teams in 2016, with Kangaroo teams in...

Hume City under 14’s played against Bendigo City FC. First half Hume City played well and dominated the match, although the opposition was disadvantaged by having six absent players. Hume played a structured and consistent game scoring 4 goals ̵...

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After a few shaky games in the past few weeks Hume 14’s were looking for a big win at home in front of the crowd on the main pitch. With perfect weather conditions Hume was able to play how they wanted to play and started off very well scoring two...

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Hume City under 14’s played against Avondale FC at Hume home ground. Conditions were good and the match was very competitive with Avondale keen to challenge Hume. Hume started very strong with the 3rd minute, Esad and 7th minute Dom scoring two grea...

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Hume City under 14’s played against Werribee City on Sunday. They boys loved being back on their home ground after a few away games, but the fierce winds made play extremely difficult. Werribee scored the first goal, with the wind to their advantage...