Port Benedict FC is a Pintonan soccer club based in central Port Benedict. It is the oldest club in the nation, having been founded in 1940, before the creation of both the Pintona national football team and the Pintonan League. Its performances, however, have been irregular, and it does not have as many Pintonan League titles as Bluehill United or Margrove FC.
Port Benedict FC is quite popular, and plays its home matches at the
Pintona National Stadium, which with a capacity of 10,000 is the largest stadium in Pintona, and is also the primary stadium of the Pintona national football team.
The main colour of the team is yellow.
Field King makes the team's kits and gear.
The chairman of Port Benedict FC is
Lachlan Sheraldin, of the Sheraldin family.
David John Nichols
Carle Warner (C)
Malcolm St. August
Notable former players Edit
Port Benedict FC B Edit
Port Benedict FC B is the reserve/B team of Port Benedict FC. Currently, it does not compete in the
Pintonan League, but it does compete in the Stanley Warren Cup.