2012

Best and Fairest 2012 team
Registration day 2012
Championship poster
First ever game
Inaugural year Pakenham SC Plaque (2012)
Fifa 2012 PS3 tornament

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representative spoke to Adem Vrbovac from Legea over the phone about team kit designs in early Janurary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Constitution was rejected by FFV due to small technicalities that needed changes to it in early Janurary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club found out that Lakeside Oval's dimensions would not fit a minimum senior pitch, while also keeping the Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club's pitches in mid Janurary 2012

>Steering committee made and posted out flyers for Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club registration day in mid-late Janurary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representatives met with Adem Vrbovac from Legea to discuss and look at apparel options for club inaugural home team kit in late Janurary 2012

>Steering committee held a registration day and had only a small few show up to sign for Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club on Sunday 29th Janurary 2012

>First Player in Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club history to sign up was Cris Moreno at our clubs registration day on Sunday 29th Janurary 2012

>FFV informed Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club that because of CAV (Consumer Affairs Victoria) taking over their legal department, ment we had to have a special general meeting to change our incorporated name to be able to play in FFV competition on 30th Janurary 2012

>Steering committee gave 21 days notice on the date of the special general meeting to change incorporated name on 1st February 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club had Constitution rejected by FFV again due to small technicalities in early Feburary 2012

>Ben Fenton (sport and recreation officer) of Cardinia Shire council found Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club a temporary home venue (Cardinia Recreation Reserve) in Early February 2012

>Ben Fenton (sport and recreation officer) of Cardinia council and Ben Gross of FFV had a meeting with a Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representative at the (Cardinia Recreation Reserve). Meeting went well and Ben Gross has accepted this venue as suitable home ground for Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club, just needing the following; access to the tennis rooms, access to public toilets and a portable changing room to be provided in early Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representativeapproached Marcos Sakano at the local Pakenham Futsal competition about becoming our clubs inaugural head coach in early Feburary 2012

>Ben Fenton (sport and recreation officer) of Cardinia council gave a call to a Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representative to advise they have managed to get access to a large portable change room and will be in use for the 2012 FFV season, free of charge, on 13th Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representative arranged the date for a meeting at his house with Marcos Sakano to discuss the appointment of Marcos as our inaugural head coach in mid Feburary 2012

>Steering committee decided to go with apparel brand (Legea) and picked the design for their inaugural team kit in mid Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club President (Richard Randall) started fitness training for a squad of 6 players who wished to join the newly formed club, twice a week on a track around the corner from his property in mid Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club Representative spoke to Jason McLachlan owner/trainer of Step Into Life Pakenham about sponsoring our inaugural home team kit and signed a deal in mid-late Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club made an order for their inaugural team kit in mid-late Feburary 2012

>Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club had the special general meeting to change our name to (Pakenham Soccer Club) on 22nd Feburary 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club Representative spoke to Marcos Sakano about being our Head Coach and he accepted the volunteer role in late Febuary 2012

>Mark Dunn (Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club President) and Cardinia Shire Council, approved Pakenham Soccer Club to train at Lakeside Oval in late Feburary 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club Representative promoted the first offical training of the Pakenham Soccer Club at Lakeside Oval in Late Feburary 2012

>Marcos Sakano took his first training as our inaugural head coach in early March 2012

>Great turn out of 20 players on clubs first official training in early March 2012

>FFV approved club name change from (Cardinia United Senior Soccer Club) to (Pakenham Soccer Club) on 5th March 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club accepted the FFV model for a constitution and had it passed by FFV in early March 2012

>Bunyip district soccer club, coach Craig marks is attending our training, to arrange a friendly between the two Cardinia shire clubs in 2012 on Thursday 15th march 2012

>Marcos Sakano (Pakenham Soccer Club Head coach) named Cris Moreno as the clubs inaugural captain due to his great leadership of he showed with the new side on Thursday 15th March 2012

>We have received our home team kit the for 2012 season from Legea on Saturday 24th March 2012

>Pakenham soccer club in our first ever pre-season game at Lakeside Oval, with Pakenham SC defeating Bunyip districts SC (2-1) infront of a 30+ strong crowd, on Sunday 25th March 

>Pakenham Soccer Club and Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club Representatives grew the face of the two clubs by attending and networking with local residents and Cardinia Shire councillor Colin Ross at a Lakeside Community meeting in early April 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club are entered in FFV Thirds Division 6 South East on 7th April 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club played their first FFV competition game away against Mooroolbark SC on Sunday 22nd April 2012

>Elbert Teles scored Pakenham Soccer Clubs first every goal and hat-trick in the clubs first ever FFV competition game away against Mooroolbark SC on Sunday 22nd April 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Clubs first home game and win was a 5-2 win against North caulfield Senior Soccer Club on Sunday 29th April 2012

>First Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club Player to wear Pakenham Soccer Club mascot kit (junior sized version of senior kit with mascot on the back) and walk the team out at first home game was Jordy Dunn against North caulfield Senior Soccer Club on Sunday 29th April 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Clubs first fundraising function (Fifa 12 PS3 Tournament) was a huge success with the Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club children and was held on Saturday 16th June 2012

>Brett Wright created Pakenham Soccer Club facebook page and launched it on Friday 22nd June 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club members attended a Melbourne Heart coach to coach seminar with head coach John Alouisi, held at Pakenham Regional Tennis Centre in early July 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club Won the FFV Thirds Division 6 South East League, 3-1 against Mooroolbark SC, at home with one game to spare on Sunday 26th August 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club held the inaugural presentation night in the Pavillion at Cardinia Recreation Reserve on Friday 28th September 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club inaugural Best and Fairest winner was Keegan Bloomfield with 17 votes on Friday 28th September 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club inaugural Best and Fairest Runnerp up, went to a tie between Alex Herrera and Sebastian Moreno with 11 votes on Friday 28th September 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club inaugural Golden Boot winner is Elbert Teles with 26 goals from 18 games on Friday 28th September 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club inaugural Most Improved Player Award was given to Aaron Bourke (first Cardinia United Junior Soccer Club player to be promoted into the Pakenham Soccer Club senior team) on Friday 28th September 2012

>Pakenham Soccer Club Website was launched at 9am on Thursday 22nd November 2012




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