Results

Australia Western Australia Premier League 05/25 11:30 2 [10] Cockburn City v Gwelup Croatia SC [11] L 0-2
Australia Western Australia Premier League 05/21 07:00 9 [9] Cockburn City v Balcatta [12] D 0-0
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 05/19 11:30 - Joondalup United v Cockburn City - View
Australia Western Australia Premier League 05/14 07:00 8 [8] Cockburn City v Perth SC [10] D 1-1
Australia Western Australia Premier League 05/11 11:00 1 [8] Cockburn City v Sorrento FC [6] L 1-2
Australia Western Australia Premier League 05/07 07:00 7 [8] Cockburn City v Armadale [9] D 2-2
Australia Western Australia Premier League 04/30 07:00 6 Stirling Macedonia v Cockburn City - PPT.
Australia Western Australia Premier League 04/16 07:00 5 [9] Cockburn City v Floreat Athena [1] W 3-0
Australia Western Australia Premier League 04/09 07:00 4 [6] Inglewood United v Cockburn City [9] D 2-2
Australia Western Australia Premier League 04/02 07:00 3 [7] Cockburn City v Bayswater City [8] L 1-4
Australia Western Australia Premier League 03/26 07:00 2 Gwelup Croatia SC v Cockburn City - PPT.
Australia Western Australia Premier League 03/19 07:00 1 Cockburn City v Sorrento FC - PPT.

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 28 17 11
Wins 6 4 2
Draws 10 8 2
Losses 12 5 7
Goals for 30 19 11
Goals against 51 27 24
Clean sheets 7 5 2
Failed to score 9 4 5

Wikipedia - Cockburn City SC

Cockburn City Soccer Club is an Australian soccer club currently playing in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia. They play their home games at Dalmatinac Park and train at Beale Park.

History

Cockburn City Soccer Club's origin goes back to 1929 when they were known as Spearwood Rovers, and after the 1964 season they amalgamated with Britannia (who had renamed a year earlier from Fremantle City) to become Cockburn United. A few months earlier, some of the Spearwood Rovers club had joined forces with Balkans Dalmatinac, to create Fremantle Dalmatinac (who were renamed Spearwood Dalmatinac in 1974). The two clubs enjoyed success in the period after, with facilities close to each other at Dalmatinac Park and Beale Park. The clubs reunited in 1998 under the negotiations of Angelko Petkovich and John Mijacika and became Cockburn City Soccer Club. The facilities at both parks are still used by the club's Junior and Senior teams.

In 2016 Cockburn City qualified for the FFA Cup round of 32 after beating Stirling Lions in the final qualification round. The Burn were drawn against National Premier Leagues Victoria side Melbourne Knights FC, with the fixture scheduled to be played at Knights Stadium in Melbourne on 10 August 2016. The Knights ran out 2–1 victors on a rainy night in North Sunshine, with Stipo Andrijašević scoring a 70th minute winner after David Araya equalised, cancelling out Jacob Colosimo's opener.