Melbourne Victory are an Australian football club which plays in the A-League. They are the one of the most successful clubs in A-League history. They have won the A-League title twice, once in 2007 and once in 2009 and two Grand Finals titles in the same years. The Victory have the highest attendances at games compared to any other A-League team. The club play their matches in AAMI Park the same as crosstown rivals Melbourne Heart.
Since 2005 Melbourne Victory have had a traditional navy blue and white shirt with either navy blue or white shorts. Their away shirts have always been extravagant as their away shirts for the 2012-13 season features a highlighted yellow colour.
Melbourne Victory prepare for the fast approaching A-League season by unveiling their all-new yet trademark home shirt. With the 2016/17 A-League commencing in early October, Melbourne Victory will be in the hunt for a record fourth title in an updated home shirt after their most recent crown was [...]
adidas issue Melbourne with 'Next-Gen' look to help them achieve victory in the 2015/16 season The home shirt features the club's traditional navy and white colour-way however incorporates modern twists with a redesigned chevron pattern [...]
Australian A-League side Melbourne Victory have officially revealed a new and special one-off home kit to be worn against Perth Glory this weekend [...]
Australian A-League side Melbourne Victory have officially launched a new special 10th anniversary home shirt. The new shirt is supplied by adidas and features the Community Training Initiatives sponsor on the front [...]
The Victory were founded in 2004 and were the major representative for Melbourne in the A-League. Melbourne are considered to appeal to all nations making them a broad-based club. The teams colours navy blue and white are traditionally Victorian state colours. The Victory have the largest supporter base in Australia and has consistently set record highs in membership and attendance. Melbourne Victory and the Heart have a intense rivalry known as the Melbourne Rivalry.
The club's greatest players include Archie Thompson, Kevin Muscat, Mark Milligan, Carlos Hernandez, Danny Allsopp, Michael Theoklitos, Marco Rojas, Mitch Langerak and many more!