South Melbourne Powerchair FC crowned Victorian Premier League champions

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South Melbourne Powerchair FC won the Victorian Premier League Championships on Sunday, defeating Westvale Olympic FC 3-2 after penalties.

Powerchair Sports Victoria (PSV) shared the news via Facebook, noting that both teams showcased a “fantastic representation of the level of excellence the league is made of”.

In addition, PSV expressed their gratitude to Pride Mobility for sponsoring the 2023/24 season and thanked Support Your Way and SpendAble who acted as sponsors for the half time skills competition.

South Melbourne FC also shared some photos after the victory of the players with their trophies via Facebook.

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