2006 the team was formerly called East Kew Olympiakos. It played in the Vicsoccer League Division One East Morning. At this point in time this was the highest level for the morning divisions in the Vicsoccer Leagues. There was a Division 1 and Division 2 East and also a Division 1 and 2 West.
Throughout the 90s East Kew fielded a Seniors and Reserves teams both playing in the afternoons but with the move to the morning league in the late 90s early 2000s the author is unaware of reserves or second team prior to 2004.
2004 and 2005 East Kew had 1 morning team but alas no data is available as to the exact finish. The Authors memory is of a mid table finish in both seasons. The Club President was Paul Koukounaras (small Paul) and the coach was Michael Mamasis.
2006 East Kew finished 8th in 12 team league winning 7 games but having played 3 games less than most and against teams that finished lower on the table. The season was one of missed opportunities and losing games from winning positions.
2006 or 2007 George Markopoulos took over as club President and Michael Mamasis continued as coach.
2007 East Kew was able to field a very strong team on a weekly basis and had a squad of 20 plus players all eager to earn a spot and perform and the results reflected this. In a season of 14 rounds East Kew won 9 drew 1 and lost 4 and finished on 28 points 4 points away from the Champions but having recorded wins against all the teams above them only to drop points to lower placed teams.
2008 Vicsoccer restructured its Leagues and merged the East and West Leagues into 2 divisions and made a third Premier League league for the highest 5 teams from both East and West. East Kew also at this time with added numbers in the club fielded 2 teams. One in the highly competitive Premier League and the other in Division 2. George Markopoulos remained president as so to Michael Mamasis coach but Paul Koukounaras took charge of the Division 2 team.
Once again we are not able to provide exact details on the finish of the team for this season.
2009 was a very tough year for the club. Both teams struggled. In the Premier League the side suffered continual heavy losses which saw numbers dwindle and it was a struggle to field a side. As a result of this the Division 2 side also had its numbers affected and by seasons end it was a real battle to get 11 on the field every Sunday. The most distressing moments came when Michael Mamasis fell gravely ill midway through the season. For the previous decade he had single-handedly coached the club and had been part of the club spanning back to its formative Hawthorn years. No longer physically being able to coach he and the then President George Markopoulos appointed Jovan Stojanovic as caretaker coach for the remainder of the season. Things continued to unravel and for the first time East Kew was unable to field 2 teams on weekly basis and had to forfeit several Premier League games at the End of the 2009 season.
2009 registered players were. Chris Avramopoulos, Michael Christodolou, Arthur Dardoumbas, Steve DeMaio, George Doufas, Chris Jnr Doufas, Chris Retch Doufas, Chris Snr Doufas, Andrew Drakopoulos, Paul Franceschini, Sam Gosios, Louie Iosifidis, Ronnie Janedi, Arthur Saki Kyriakoudis, Michael Mamasis, George Markopoulos, George Mihailidis, Glen Mikoska, Con Papacosta, Alex Papadopoulos, Peter Papadopoulos, John Paraskevas, Spiro Paraskevas, Theo Paraskevas, Arthur Parisis, Chris Patinyot, George Psihountakis, Hector Psihountakis, Edmondo Rosini, Arman Smerjian, Steven Stefanidis, Alexander Stojanovic, Jovan Stojanovic, Chris Theodorou, Agis Vlahos, Alki Vlahos, Jarrad Wilson, Derek Yang and Allan Zhao.
2010 saw a stabilisation of the club. The club went back to a 1 team club and was now playing Vicsoccer Division One Morning East. With a stable playing list and good core of old and new players the team started to eke out some stirring results. By seasons end the team was battling to win a runners up flag on the last day of the season. A win would secure a well earned second place. Alas it wasn’t meant to be and a 1:0 loss to Iraqis 4 ever resulted in a finish of fifth.