For over 65 years, Knox City FC has been at the heart of community football in eastern Melbourne.
Knox City FC traces its roots back to 1951, when the Bayswater Soccer Club was formed by a group of German migrants living in Bayswater and Boronia.
For over six decades, the club has been at the heart of community football in eastern Melbourne, growing from a small community social club to a modern football organisation catering for players and supporters of all ages based from our club facilities in Knoxfield.
The club has a proud history of achievement, climbing from the lower divisions in the 1960s and 1970s to enjoy great success competing in Victorian Division 1 and State League competitions during the 1980s.
Today, over three hundred active members participate in senior men, senior women, veteran and junior football activities and social events.
Since 1983, Knox City FC has hosted the iconic end-of-season All Nations Cup, where 20 teams representing their country of origin compete in a World Cup format competition to become the undisputed All Nations champions.
The Knox City FC Veterans team was formed in 2014, to offer regular social football with a healthy competitive edge for older players. After a solid first season in the Over 45s League, our veterans team went on to become league champions in 2015.
Home Ground: R D Egan Lee Reserve, off Wallace Road, Knoxfield