Fixtures

Australia Tasmania Premier League 05/21 04:00 8 South Hobart vs Olympia FC Warriors - View
Australia Tasmania Premier League 06/04 06:30 9 Launceston City vs South Hobart - View
Australia Tasmania Premier League 06/18 04:00 10 South Hobart vs Glenorchy Knights FC - View
Australia Tasmania Premier League 06/24 09:00 11 Kingborough Lions vs South Hobart - View
Australia Tasmania Premier League 07/02 04:00 12 South Hobart vs Devonport City - View
Australia Tasmania Premier League 07/09 06:30 13 Clarence Zebras FC vs South Hobart - View

Results

Australia Tasmania Premier League 05/14 04:30 7 [8] Riverside Olympic v South Hobart [5] W 0-6
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 05/07 03:00 - South Hobart v Riverside Olympic W 11-0
Australia Tasmania Premier League 04/30 04:00 6 [5] South Hobart v Clarence Zebras FC [6] W 4-0
Australia Tasmania Premier League 04/23 04:30 5 [2] Devonport City v South Hobart [4] L 1-0
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 04/18 04:30 - Taroona v South Hobart W 0-3
Australia Tasmania Premier League 04/09 04:00 4 [4] South Hobart v Kingborough Lions [6] D 4-4
Australia Tasmania Premier League 04/02 05:30 3 [1] Glenorchy Knights FC v South Hobart [3] D 1-1
Australia Tasmania Premier League 03/26 03:00 2 South Hobart v Launceston City - PPT.
Australia Tasmania Premier League 03/18 09:00 1 Olympia FC Warriors v South Hobart W 0-5
Australia Friendlies 03/14 04:00 - South Hobart v Kingborough Lions W 1-0
Australia Friendlies 03/02 09:00 - Olympia FC Warriors v South Hobart W 1-4
Australia Friendlies 02/26 02:00 - South Hobart v Clarence Zebras FC W 4-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 31 12 19
Wins 20 8 12
Draws 6 2 4
Losses 5 2 3
Goals for 102 44 58
Goals against 38 16 22
Clean sheets 11 4 7
Failed to score 3 1 2

Wikipedia - South Hobart FC

South Hobart Football Club is an Australian soccer club based in Hobart, Tasmania. Founded in 1910 the club currently competes in the NPL Tasmania. South Hobart plays home games at South Hobart Ground and also fields teams in all junior divisions, as well as women's teams.

South Hobart has a continuing reputation for identifying quality youth players and involving them in the first team. Former Newcastle Jets forward Andy Brennan is a feature of this youth academy.

History

South Hobart is the oldest soccer club in Tasmania, as well as one of the most successful. They have won the State Championship a record 18 times. Add to this 21 Southern titles, 11 KO Cups[], 3 Statewide KO Cups[] and 6 Falkinder Cups[] plus various other trophies, and stands out as Tasmania's most successful club. They played their first match on 21 May 1910. South Hobart won the league for the first time in 1919, and won the next four in a row. Although successful throughout their existence, they have only recently begun to again win trophies at the highest level. The 60s saw the influx of ethnic based clubs, and South Hobart has taken until the 21st Century to return to their former glory.

Celebrating their centenary in 2010 the club enjoyed their most successful season ever achieving a clean sweep across Tasmanian soccer, finishing 1st in the Southern Premier League, winning the Championship play-off along with the Statewide Cup, Summer Cup and Steve Hudson Cup[]. They also retained all these titles in 2011.

With the creation of the National Premier Leagues as the official second tier of Australian soccer for 2013, South Hobart finished in first place in Tasmanian division and won the regional championship playoffs. Progressing the final series they defeated Campbelltown City SC of South Australia in the semi-final. Taking on one of Australia's most famous and successful former NSL sides Sydney United 58 FC they were defeated 2–0 in the inaugural Grand Final.

2013 saw Kostas Kanakaris score the fastest hat-trick in Australian soccer when he scored three goals in almost 3 minutes against Launcestion City in the highest scoring match of that time. In 2014 South Hobart became the first Tasmanian side to qualify for the FFA Cup. The club was drawn against Tuggeranong United in the round of 32, though lost the match 4–5 on penalties after 1–1 result after extra-time. They competed in the 2015 edition as they went down in penalties again, this time to Sydney United 58