Melbourne Heart are a football cub who plays in the Australian A-League. The club were founded in 2008 and they are the 12th club to have played in the league. The club play their home matches at the AAMI Park which it shares with crosstown rivals Melbourne Victory. The club came 6th in the 2010-2011 league season. The clubs first season the league was for the 2010-2011 season.
In 2007 the ideas of a second Melbourne franchise were coming together. The club were to be called Southern Cross FC and Melbourne City before Melbourne Heart was finalised in 2008. The club contested in the first ever Melbourne derby in October 2010.
The A-League's and Tim Cahill's Melbourne City unveil their all-new away shirt which is set to stand out through its graphic design. Already revealing their 2016/17 home shirt in recent weeks, Melbourne City complete this terms kit collection by using Nike's Vapor kit template to act as the canva [...]
Melbourne City reveal their smart Nike home shirt for the 2016/17 A-League season. Founded as Melbourne Heart before re-branding into Melbourne City in 2014, the Australian club are now preparing for the upcoming A-League campaign by releasing their latest home shirt which of course features Manc [...]
New Australian A-League side Melbournce City have officially signed a new sponsorship deal with Etihad Airways [...]
Australian A-League club Melbourne Heart have officially released a new third kit supplied by Kappa for the 2013-14 season. Donned by Socceroos legend Harry Kewell this new third shirt will be released this December for public purchase and it will be first worn in January when the club take on th [...]
The four options for the clubs name were voted by fans. The options were Sporting Melbourne FC, Melburnians, Melbourne Revolution and Melbourne Heart FC. The club were called the Melbourne Heart in 2010. Melbourne have a red and white striped kit with red shorts and red socks which was designed to suit Melbourne's colours and flag.
Kappa currently produce the shirts for the club. The club have had players such as John Aloisi and Michael Beauchamp play for th club.