About Melrose

Melrose Football Club was established in 1973 and calls Melrose Park home (496 Webb St, Lavington NSW 2641). Melrose competes in the Albury Wodonga football association (AWFA).

We have a variety of teams catering for all ages and abilities.

We Pride ourselves on being a family orientated club with a friendly environment.

We are a Good Sports level 3 accredited club.

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Strategic plan for Melrose Park 

Strategic plan

Stage 1

Lighting on the Barlow street and Douglas road end.

DONE

Stage 2

Fencing on the Barlow street end.

DONE

Stage 3

Lighting on the Barlow street end.

DONE

Stage 4

Lighting in the South East corner. This requires trenching from L5 to L4.

Estimated spend is $45,000

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Stage 5

Upgrade the lighting in the middle of the two pitches in front of the Club rooms. A taller light pole and increased lux is required. Refer to L5.

The old light pole will then be move to provide additional lighting to the training/warm up pitch. Refer to stage 10.

Estimated spend is $40,000

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Stage 6

Upgrade the lighting on the corner of Douglas and Webb street. A taller light pole and increased lux is required. Refer to L6.

The old light pole will then be move to provide additional lighting to the training/warm up pitch. Refer to stage 10.

Estimated spend is $50,000

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Stage 7

Fencing on the Douglas road side. This is essential to increase the safety of players as Douglas road runs parallel with pitch 2.

Estimated spend is $65,000

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Stage 8

Fencing on the Webb street side. This is essential to increase the safety of players as the water reserve is behind pitch 1.

Estimated spend is $65,000

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Stage 9

A new Club room is required for all players and members. Currently we do have have female changing rooms, adequate space to host referees, no office area for our Board to operate and bar area for our members to enjoy and stay dry. 

Not yet quoted.

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Stage 10

There is an open space here that is used for warming up while games are running. We would like this area resurfaced and and lit with the existing light poles from stages L5 and L6. This would allow for these poles to be recycled and prevent unnecessary wear and tare on the pitch during the wet months.  

Not yet quoted.

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Stage 11

There is an open space here that is an odd shape and size. We would like to install a synthetic mini football pitch. This can be used for 6-a-side games and training in the winter months when the pitches are not in use.

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