Kim Reserve in Altona, Victoria is the home to FV State League club Altona City. The venue has two pitches, a good amount of parking onsite and a pavilion that is on the west side of the main pitch.
While the pavilion has got a few years on it one thing you can say it was originally seasonably built. It has a good stretch of under cover area in front of the canteen. Great for spectators and club alike as the more people you have hanging around a canteen the more they will likely buy. The main pitch regularly host night matches for the men senior teams and for the women's senior they will play under lights on Friday nights.
Another club that once called this venue home was the one of the strongest clubs in Victoria soccer Melbourne Hungaria SC, that was until the clubs demise in 1987.