Musgrave Soccer Club is a club on the rise in the local footballing community. The club has improved their facility dramatically over the past 12-18 months, with extensions of the clubhouse, new equipment and storage rooms, disabled toilets, dressing rooms, referees room, full fence around field one, new dugouts and seating in front of the clubhouse.
The improvement hasn’t been an overnight job, with a lot of work going in behind the scenes to make this all happen. Club President Michelle Shultz reflected on the work it took to make this happen.
“We started this three years ago when we updated our strategic plan for the club and it has all been made possible due to our commitment to making our members enjoy their time at the club.”
The new facilities will benefit the members of the club substantially, with the added amenities being only the beginning of what is to come for the Mustangs.
“We try to keep our fees down as low as possible and share our work with the members. It is a benefit for everyone,” said Shultz.
The club has had plenty of positive feedback regarding the improvements they have made throughout the facility, something which is destined to help the club attract new members along the way.
Apart from setting their sights on the top flight division on the Gold Coast for Men’s football after already competing in the Women’s top flight, the club has bigger aspirations in mind.
“We look forward to hosting many events in the future with the update in our facilities, especially with our partnership with Griffith University. They have assisted us to make this possible and without their support as well as our local councillor Kirsten Boulton it would all have been very difficult,” said Shultz.