South Springvale Soccer Club

About South Springvale Soccer Club (Aris).

South Springvale Soccer Club was founded in 1968 by Greek immigrants whom migrated to Australia in the early to mid 1960’s.

The club was initially called Sandown Dynamo and played out of Springvale High Schools’ facilities. During the next 12 years Sandown Dynamo competed in the lower amateur leagues, however as the clubs following grew bigger the need to relocate it’s headquarters became more apparent.

In 1980 the club shifted to Warner Reserve whilst also changing it’s name to South Springvale Soccer Club. Over the next two decades the club endured many good years culminating in three championships in 1990, 1991 and 1995 whilst also claiming the State League Cup in 1994. The team is currently competing in the FFV State league 1 competition.