We welcome all ages, all genders and all abilities to join us.
We encourage anyone interested in knowing more to come along to any of training sessions to understand what its all about. This is free and you are under no obligation to participate or join in. All of our players and volunteers are happy to have a chat and share their experiences.
You can keep up-to-date with the teams activities on their Facebook page and you can send us a message with any questions you may have.
Paul Wade Field, Albert Park
Paul Wade Field, known as synthetic field 7-8 is a multi lined and multi purpose full sized synthetic field used by various sports including soccer and touch football. The field is booked by the club with Parks Victoria for our sessions giving us exclusive use of the whole pitch, even if we only use a small portion of it. At all other times the field is available for public use.
The field is a dog off-leash area only when not being used for sporting activities or events. We have not experienced any issues with dogs or other animals interrupting our sessions.
There is no building or pavilion at this field. This means there is no changeroom or protection from adverse weather. There are male, female and disabled access public toilets which are open on weekends at the adjacent Cox McKenzie Pavilion which is approximately 200m walk from the field.
Parking is available on Aughtie Drive which is adjacent to the field and a 50m walk. It is necessary to purchase a parking ticket as parking is strongly enforced. An all day parking ticket costs around $5.60. The club is investigating options for an annual car park for participants who plan to attend regularly.
You can search for Paul Wade Field St Kilda on either Google Maps or Apple Maps. Alternatively the nearest intersection is Aughtie Drive and Hockey Drive which is approximately 100m from the field.
There is a tram stop located approximately 200m from the field. The stop is called 131-Fraser St/Light Rail (Middle Park). Participants who plan to arrive by public transport can coordinator in advance with the club and we will have a person meet you at the tram stop.
The tram line is number 96 from East Brunswick to St Kilda Beach. This tram line connects to Southern Cross Station.