Dandenong Thunder Soccer ClubThe Dandenong Thunder Soccer Club was founded by Albanian migrants in 1970 and originally played under the name 'South Dandenong'.
Today, the remnants of the clubs original founders is still seen, with the club still backed by a large majority of Albanian-Australians living in Melbourne and an ever growing football-fan base derived from the local and surrounding suburbs. 'South Dandenong' started competing in the Victorian District League (East Division), which was the eighth tier of football in the Victorian Football Pyramid.
For decades 'South Dandenong' played in the lower divisions until the mid 90's when the clubs competitiveness finally took off. In 1994 'South Dandenong' then playing in State League Division 3, managed to move up a tier every year following until they reached the Victorian Premier League in 1998.
❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ George Andrews Reserve, Dandenong South | Map
❊ Web Links ❊
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