DESTINATION HQ are having Cruise expo on the 18th July at the Beaumaris Bowling club.


For more information click here





Richmond 3-2 Beaumaris


Richmond’s slick passing team hung on to beat a determined second half performance from Beaumaris under the lights on Friday night. After taking the lead against the run of play, through Dan Rodrigues, Beauy were pegged back when two goals were fashioned by the highly skilful Richmond attack. Beauy went in to the half time break 2-1 down

A stunning shot from Gianni Allebi got Beauy level,  but they remained on terms for only a few minutes before a powerful strike was punched away by Beauy keeper, Dean Menere, only to fall to the Richmond striker who nodded home the rebound

The last twenty minutes saw the game swing from end to end with Beauy fashioning enough chances to equalise, but as with a number of games this season, failing to capitalise and Richmond were able to prevail.

Reserves outgunned 2-6.

State 3 Women’s - MATCH REPORT 

Beaumaris were back at home this week against a much improved Casey Panthers for the Indigenous round. Starting off the round top of the league, they were eager to stay ahead with a good result. 

Beaumaris started off dominating the game with some great possession and lots of chances created. They took a 3-0 lead going into half time with goals from Lisa, Jordy and Claire. 

The second half was more of an even game but the home team managed to go 5-0 up with goals from Caitlin and Yana.

Casey pulled back the score to 5-3 making the last 15 minutes a bit shaky. Lisa scored late on to settle the nerves and Beaumaris ran out 6-3 winners keeping top spot. 

Thanks to everyone who came down to support regardless of the weather!

Warragul Utd 2-0 Beaumaris


Hail, rain, wind and bright sunshine was the order of the day at a bitterly cold Warragul last weekend. Down to the bare bones of a squad, Beauy were looking for a stand out first win at Warragul for many years. Although starting brightly, on a sodden pitch, a defensive lapse saw the home team take the lead after 20 minutes. Chances to Tom Scott and one that appeared to cross the line, went begging and the half time whistle went with Gippsland team  in front.

Second half was again end to end with Beauy’s quicker forwards repeatedly off side, whilst the skilful attackers from Warragul also manufactured chances. A defensive slip after 60 minutes saw a simple tap in for Warragul, and although having chances towards the end Beauy were unable to force a goal.

Reserves game was postponed



SUNDAY, 11 AUGUST 2019, 5pm




Sharks of the Month June 2019                                             

Goalkick                     Milla Wood,Neave Mahoney, Kyle Woll

U7's Jaguars                Hannah Carpenter

U7's Pumas                 Jake Crews

U8's Badgers               Eshaan Pradhan

U8's Foxes                   Noah Terrell

U8's Hawks                  Malachy McBride

U8's Jets                      Lennox Higginson

U9 Broncos                  Riyan Prajapati

U9’s Diamonds            Eva Marino

U9's Hyenas                Ernie Deasley

U9's Orcas                   Harrison Clifton-Brown

U9's Zebras                  Luca Schmidtke

U10's Rockets              Byron

U10's Stingers              Liam Basil

U10's Vipers                Aaron Schoenmakers

U11's Dragons             Zaine Campbell

U11's Pythons              Will Mahmoud

U11's Raider               Will Panozzo

U11's Turtles               Yianni Tassakas

Girls U11 Emeralds     Ava Jardine

Boys U12 Bears          Oliver McDonnell                                             

Boys U12 Panthers      Jason Ntentis

Boys U12 Wolves        Pearce Kotsinadelis

Girls U12 Sapphires     Ashleigh Bilos

Boys U13A Eagles       Fox May

Boys U13E Falcons      Liam Griffiths

Girls U14 Opals           Rachel Scott Howard

Boys U14 Cosmos        Morgan Grasso         

Boys U14A Galaxy        James Wikman

Boys U15A Hotspurs    Tyler Sharpe

Boys U15D Boomers    Liam Davis

Boys U16B Scorpions  Dylan Kotsinadelis

Women State League 3  Caitlin Douglass

 Women State League 4          Josie Tetlow

Metro Women's Masters (Bubbles)    Jess Brennan

Council approval for new Beauy Soccer Pavilion

Bayside Council tonight approved the demolition of the existing soccer pavilion and it's replacement with a purpose built pavilion with 4 large change rooms suitable for male and females and importantly providing all abilities access.

Dave Richards BSC VP thanked all the Beauy soccer community for their support in particular Suzanna, Sarah, Nicole and Caitlin whose impassioned speeches made a real difference. "we've been lobbying for this change for 11 years and today is a big day for the club.

We thank Councillors and council officers for their support after too many false starts.

Many of our female members have endured the worst facilities in Bayside soccer but by the beginning of the 2021 season they will have the best available. We thank them for their patience and we continue to plan for the growth of our membership by improving the quality of what we offer on and off the pitch.

With the Women's World Cup about to start Beauy can become a leader in Bayside and beyond in women's football. And when Australia  hosts the Women's World Cup in 2023 as we will Beauy will be at the fore in the women's game.

Our senior teams have had a great start to their respective seasons and we wish them well in bringing home out first flag in women's football in the club's history.

Go Beauy! 

Dave Richards

Vice President

Beaumaris Soccer Club


New Beaumaris Arts and Sports Facilities  CLICK HERE

Football Victoria Business in Community event Friday 3 May 

Bruce and David were able to discuss our new Pavilion requirements with FV CEO Kimon Taliadoris and Football Australia CEO Chris Nikou. Both asked to visit our facility at Beaumaris College citing it as a great example of community organizations working in harmony with business and state government. 

Pictured: 1.BSC VP David Richards with Socceroos coach Graham Arnold - 2. BSC Senior Football Representative Bruce McLaren with Socceroos coach Graham Arnold and Senior Football Fedration Victoria representatives


Must have excellent communication skills and extremely reliable. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals that work well with children & have a passion for football. Coaching experience desirable and the position will be remunerated accordingly. 

If you want to be part of a fantastic, family-friendly social club please register your interest by contacting our Director of Football Tony Tsiakos on 0419 002 980 or



It is with great pleasure and gratitude that we can confirm your club's ongoing relationship with Porshe Centre Brighton for the 2019 season. It is only with the financial support of our major business partners, such as Porsche Centre Brighton, that the Club is able to provide the facilities and infrastructure for both our junior and adult members to train, compete, and enjoy their soccer. 

Porsche Centre Brighton, marketing manager, Krissy McLean, commented that the Centre was keen to support a Bayside community organisation and, in conjunction with our committee sponsorship director, Marc Gibson, was looking to further enhance the relationship this year. 

Three of our State League One senior men's squad are pictured at the Porsche Centre in Brighton recently to cement the relationship, and our State League women’s team will also be visiting the Centre shortly. 

If you are thinking of upgrading your vehicle, please consider supporting Porsche Centre Brighton in 2019 and adding to the growing list of Beauy members who are customers. Go to

 Owning a Porsche is a lot closer than you think!

Beaumaris SC is delighted

to announce 

as the Club’s Principal Partner

for 2018 to 2020


Joe Mottola, club President noted Porsche Brighton’s commitment to supporting its local  community and in particular a club with a passion for the highest possible sporting performance at all levels.

Joe said,  The Porsche brand is a leader in sporting performance and its dedication to sharing its passion for performance with a Beauy’s commitment to making 2018 a successful season for all players and parents is a great match. We look forward to welcoming the Porsche Brighton team at our club events and our teams will proudly wear the Porsche Brighton logo. We see an increasing number of Porsche cars at the club so it’s clear that our members are enjoying the experience the Porsche Brighton team offer.



Beaumaris SC is delighted to announce that former senior player Michael Farnham will be associated with the club in 2019. Michael has a business in the local Bayside area & will provide assistance to our senior squad throughout the season with a strength & conditioning program & will be available for any of our members needs.

Michael commented:

“I have been working in the fitness industry for the last 4 years and my goal was to open my own Personal Training Studio by 2020. I have managed to pursue my dream in 2018 opening Ecofit Personal and Group Training in July this year. The vision of Ecofit is to promote a sustainable lifestyle in a community orientated environment and focusing on Personal Training, Group Training, Strength and Conditioning, Yoga Classes and Nutrition Consultations. I have played soccer since the age of 9 and have previously played at Beaumaris Soccer Club for 4 years but due to injury I was forced to put my love for the game on hold and I am now focusing on new goals. I have been able to combine strength and conditioning to many of my clients from all backgrounds and with this knowledge and experience, I believe it will benefit the players for the upcoming season and put them a step above the competition. I am very proud to be a part of the Beaumaris Soccer Club again and I look forward to assisting any players, members & parents during the 2019 season.”

Michaels contact details are:



Contact: 0421 104 777

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