The Mudgeeraba Soccer Club, located at the corner of Tallai and Old Coach Roads Mudgeeraba operates under the umbrella of the Mudgeeraba Sports Club.
The inaugural meeting of the Mudgeeraba Sports Club was held on the 22nd May 1979. With the fostering of junior sport as its mission, the club applied for and secured lease of Sid Bigg Park. Tennis, Table Tennis and Cricket were the sports played by foundation members.
In late 1979, a highly successful fund raising dinner was held and soccer was gradually introduced. The Mudgeeraba Soccer Club played its first games in 1980.
The club boasts many premierships over the years as well as a significant number of representative players. The clubhouse was built in 1986 and senior soccer commenced in 1987.
From humble beginnings, the club has grown to become one of the largest clubs on the Gold Coast with a current membership in excess of 650 players and fielding teams in Senior Men’s and Women’s, teams from U11 through U18 and multiple Mini-Roo (U6 to U11) teams in every age group.
The club motto is “fun, family and soccer finesse”.
The Gold Coast Champions Cup International Youth Soccer Tournament is held at Glennon Park, Nerang and in 2007 included over 150 teams…. what an event to be a part of. Go to www.championsyouthcup.com for more information and how to enter in 2016.
2006 – Carrara Stadium: Mass pipe band leads the parade of youth soccer teams from every mainland state and territory and several overseas countries. Players and spectators were entertained by a live ‘Afro’ band, singers, dancers and cultural displays by visiting international youth soccer team members.