Australia South Australia Premier League 05/27 05:00 14 [10] Croydon Kings v Modbury Jets [4] L 3-2
Australia South Australia Premier League 05/20 05:30 13 [2] Campbelltown City v Modbury Jets [4] L 4-0
Australia South Australia Premier League 05/12 10:00 12 [4] White City FK Beograd v Modbury Jets [6] W 3-4
Australia South Australia Premier League 05/06 05:30 11 [1] Metrostars v Modbury Jets [4] L 5-1
Australia South Australia Premier League 04/29 05:30 10 [4] Modbury Jets v Adelaide Comets [6] L 2-3
Australia South Australia Premier League 04/25 05:30 9 [5] Modbury Jets v Sturt Lions [11] W 3-0
Australia South Australia Premier League 04/22 08:30 8 [12] Adelaide Olympic v Modbury Jets [5] L 3-2
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 04/15 10:00 - Eastern United v Modbury Jets L 1-0
Australia South Australia Premier League 04/08 09:30 7 [4] Modbury Jets v Adelaide City [6] D 2-2
Australia South Australia Premier League 04/02 07:30 6 [3] Adelaide United NPL v Modbury Jets [6] W 1-2
Australia South Australia Premier League 03/25 04:30 5 [8] Modbury Jets v South Adelaide Panthers [5] W 4-3
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 03/18 05:13 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Modbury Jets W 1-3


Matches played 33 16 17
Wins 14 6 8
Draws 6 4 2
Losses 13 6 7
Goals for 76 33 43
Goals against 66 32 34
Clean sheets 5 3 2
Failed to score 6 3 3

Wikipedia - Modbury Jets SC

Modbury SC, commonly known as Modbury Jets, is an Australian semi-professional soccer club based in Adelaide, South Australia. Its senior men's teams currently compete in the National Premier Leagues South Australia and senior women's team in the Women's State League. The club also fields junior teams for girls and boys. The seniors play their home matches at Smith Partners Stadium in Ridgehaven, north of Adelaide and the Juniors play at Burragah Reserve, Modbury North.

Modbury Soccer Club has a proud footballing history dating back to 1964. A not-for-profit community sporting club, Modbury SC is affiliated with FIFA through its membership of Football South Australia, the South Australian Amateur Soccer League, and the national peak body, Football Federation of Australia.

Over the last 59 years, Modbury Soccer Club has grown from its original ‘working men’s’ foundation to one that has demonstrated a long-term commitment to developing and nurturing local footballing talent in Adelaide's north-east, while encouraging children, youth and adults to adopt a healthier lifestyle and greater physical activity participating in an affordable sporting program. The Club caters for all age groups and abilities and fields teams in Senior Men's and Senior Women's, Junior boys and girls, and MiniRoos competitions. The club also fields teams in the SA Amateur Soccer Soccer League.

Modbury Jets SC is arguably the most high-profile club representing the City of Tea Tree Gully in sporting competitions and codes.


The club was first founded in 1964, however they were forced to wait a year in order to play in the 1965 season. For reasons unknown, they played in the 3rd division reserve league while their reserve side played in the 4th division.

The club almost became the Modbury Prague Soccer Club in 1968 when members of the Czechoslovakian Australian community in the area wanted to promote the game at Modbury. However the move was abandoned when club members vetoed the idea.

The club's facilities have been steadily improving over the years. Its ground was selected as one of the training venues for teams competing in the 2000 Olympic Games. Modbury is a popular community based club located in the Modbury/Tea Tree Gully area. The club fields both seniors and juniors teams.

In 2014, the Jets celebrated their fiftieth year as a club, and finished the season by clinching promotion through the play-off finals series.

Modbury Jets is a soccer team based in Modbury, a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. The team was founded in 1975 and has since become a prominent force in the South Australian soccer scene. The team plays in the National Premier Leagues South Australia, which is the second tier of Australian soccer.

The team's home ground is the Smith Partners Stadium, which has a capacity of 5,000 spectators. The team's colors are blue and white, and their logo features a jet flying over a soccer ball.

Modbury Jets have a strong youth development program and have produced several players who have gone on to play professionally in Australia and overseas. The team has also had success in the South Australian soccer scene, winning the State League Cup in 2009 and the State League 1 championship in 2017.

The team is known for its attacking style of play and has a passionate fan base. The Modbury Jets are a team that is always striving to improve and achieve success both on and off the field.