Mooroolbark Soccer Club was established in 1962 (then Mooroolbark United) at Hookey Reserve, later moving to its current home at Esther Park.

The club fields four Senior Men’s teams, two Senior Women’s teams and several Junior Boys & Girls teams competing in both the Football Federation Victoria State & Metro Leagues and the Bayside Football Association Leagues.

Football Federation Victoria has built one of the most talented competitive football competitions in the Asia group. Mooroolbark Soccer Club has a long and proud history in Australian Football as one of the founding members of the Football Federation Victoria (then VSF) and National Soccer League (NSL). Always competitive, we are always nurturing new talent and providing the community with a valuable resource as a family orientated club.

C = Champions
P = Promotion
R = Relegation

Men

1962 - Mooroolbark United Soccer Club was formed.
1963 - Admitted into the V.S.F
1964 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 9th
1965 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 7th
1966 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 6th
1967 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 5th
1968 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 3rd
1969C - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division Seniors and Reserves Champions
1970C - Victorian Metropolitan League 3rd Division Seniors and Reserves Champions
1971P - Victorian Metropolitan League 2nd Division Seniors Runners Up, Reserves Champions
1972 - Victorian Metropolitan League 1st Division finished 8th, Reserves Champions
1973C - Victorian Metropolitan League 1st Division Seniors and Reserves Champions
1974 - Victorian State League finished 11th
1975 - Victorian State League finished 3rd
1975 - Victorian State League Cup Runners Up
1976P - Victorian State League finished 3rd, Mooroolbark becomes the first team to enter National Soccer League (NSL)
1977R - National Soccer League finished 14th, relegated from National Soccer League
1977R - Victorian Metropolitan League 2nd Division finished 11th
1978 - Victorian Metropolitan League 2nd Division finished 10th, Mooroolbark United changes name to Mooroolbark Soccer Club
1979R - Victorian Metropolitan League 3rd Division finished 12th
1980R - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 11th, Reserves Champions
1981P - Victorian Provisional League 1st Division finished 3rd, Reserves Champions
1982 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 9th, Reserves Champions
1983 - Victorian Metropolitan League 4th Division finished 9th
1984 - Victorian Metropolitan League 3rd Division finished 10th, Reserves Champions
1985 - Victorian League 3rd Division finished 8th
1986C - Victorian League 3rd Division Seniors Champions
1987P - Victorian League 2nd Division Seniors Runners Up
1988 - Victorian League 1st Division finished 3rd
1989C - Victorian League 1st Division Seniors Champions
1990 - Victorian State League finished 12th
1991R - Victorian Premier League finished 12th
1992R - Victorian State League 1st Division finished 13th
1993 - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 12th
1994 - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 11th
1995 - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 10th, 3 points for a win introduced
1996 - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 13th
1997 - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 6th, 3 points deducted
1998R - Victorian State League 2nd Division finished 14th
1999 - Victorian State League 3rd Division finished 10th
2000R - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 12th
2001 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 3rd, Reserves Runners up
2002 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 3rd, Thirds League South Runners Up
2003P - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East Seniors Runners Up, Thirds League East Champions
2004 - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 5th
2005 - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 3rd, Reserves Champions
2006 - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 8th, Reserves Champions, Thirds League Central Runners Up
2007R - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 12th, Reserves Champions (3rd consecutive year)
2008 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 8th
2009 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 6th
2010 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 6th, Bayside League Division 2 Runners Up
2011 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 6th, Reserves Runners Up
2012 - Victorian Provisional 1st Division South-East finished 5th, Reserves Runners Up, Thirds 6th Division South-East Runners Up, Provisional 1st Division now named State League 4th Division
2013P - Victorian State League 4th Division East Champions, Reserves Champions

Women

2003 - Victorian State League 4th Division South-East finished 6th
2004P - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 4th
2005P - Victorian State League 3rd Division South-East finished 3th
2006P - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East Runners Up*
2007 - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East finished 4th
2008 - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East finished 9th
2009 - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East finished 10th
2010 - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East finished 5th
2011 - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East finished 4th
2012P - Victorian State League 2nd Division South-East Runners Up
2013R - Victorian State League 1st Division 10th

*2006 Mooroolbark Soccer Club had to decline the offer of promotion to Victorian State League 1st Division because the club could not field a Reserves side