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Round 25 saw Hume City FC travel to Knights Stadium to face Melbourne Knights FC. The away side were certainly looking for a strong finish to their 2019 NPL campaign after winning the Dockerty Cup. It didn’t take long for Hume to kick into gear and at t...

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High-flying Hume City are enjoying their best season in club history, after progressing to the Round of 16 in the FFA Cup, qualifying for the NPL playoff finals and making the Dockerty Cup final. The chance to obtain their first piece of silverware in clu...

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Round 24 saw Hume City FC welcome Green Gully SC to ABD Stadium. The home side were looking to carry their momentum after their FFA Cup Round of 32 win against Tigers FC, while Green Gully were looking to bounce back from their 1-1 draw against Melbourne ...

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High-flying Hume City travelled to Canberra to face an impressive Tigers FC side at Deakin Stadium on the 31st of July. The Melbourne based side are enjoying one of their best seasons after securing a spot in the Dockerty Cup final and currently sit 5th (...

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Round 23 saw Hume City FC travel to CB Smith Reserve to face Pascoe Vale FC. A win was important for both sides, as Hume City look to break into the top 4 while Pascoe Vale aim to avoid relegation. The first chance of the game fell to Pascoe Vale at the 1...

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Round 22 saw Hume City FC welcome South Melbourne FC ABD Stadium. The home side were certainly looking to bounce back after their 3-0 defeat against league leaders Avondale FC in Round 21 and have not beaten South Melbourne at home since 2013. Theo Markel...

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Round 21 saw Hume City travel to Avenger Park to face league leaders Avondale FC. Hume City look to continue their good run of form after their Round 20 victory against Port Melbourne and their Dockerty Cup semifinal win against Moreland Zebras. However, ...

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Hume City’s incredible FFA Cup run saw them enter the Dockerty Cup at the semi final phase of the competition to face a promising Moreland Zebras side pushing for NPL promotion. Both sides made the trip down to Jack Edwards Reserve which was the neutral...

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Round 20 saw Hume City welcome an in-form Port Melbourne to ABD Stadium. The home side were certainly looking to bounce back after consecutive defeats to Bentleigh Greens and Dandenong City. It was Danny Dixon’s brilliant cross into the box at the 13th ...

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Round 19 saw Hume City travel to Frank Holohan Soccer Complex to face an in-form Dandenong City. The away side will certainly be looking to bounce back from Round 18’s home defeat against Bentleigh Greens. Mitch Cooper and George Howard both returned to...