Melbourne University Soccer Club is based at Princes Park in Carlton North, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. MUSC also has access to training facilities on campus at the University of Melbourne.

We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands upon which our club operates.

Princes Park

Just north of the University of Melbourne Parkville campus, Princes Park is a public park managed by the City of Melbourne. Founded in 1947, MUSC has a long history as a tenant of the Princes Park sporting fields and pavilions.

Sporting fields and pavilions used by Melbourne University Soccer Club at Princes Park

MUSC is the winter tenant of the Northern Sports Pavilion at Princes Park and tenant of the following City of Melbourne sporting fields: Soccer 1 – 6 (Princes Park), Crawford Oval (Princes Park), Soccer 7 (Princes Park), and Ryder Oval (Royal Park). Lawn 7 at Royal Park is also sometimes utilised for pre-season training.

The City of Melbourne skyline provides a fantastic backdrop for football at Princes Park.

Melbourne University Sport

MUSC makes use of excellent Melbourne University Sport facilities at the University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus, including the synthetic hockey pitch, athletics running track, indoor futsal courts, swimming pool, gymnasium and spin room.

The club also benefits from the use of meeting rooms, social spaces and function venues on campus.