T.K. Shutter Reseve
Our home ground, T.K. Shutter Reserve, in based on Fourth Avenue, Klemzig.
The venue has three full size pitches, one mini size pitch, clubrooms, changerooms and onsite car parking.
The ground is named after Thomas Keith Shutter who was Chairman (Mayor) of the District Council of Enfield (known as District of Yatala South prior to 1933) from 1931 to 1938 and 1947 to 1955.
In June 2017, the South Australian Government announced that MetroStars had secured funding commitment for upgrade works at T.K. Shutter Reserve, as part of a $10 million commitment announced in the State Budget to help local football clubs meet growing demand.
North Eastern MetroStars' T.K. Shutter Reserve at Klemzig will receive funding for an artificial pitch and lighting upgrade.
Then MetroStars President Andrew Perrone was excited about the announcement for the club.
"This investment will go a long way to addressing the growing pressures facing the club to cater for the increasing participation in the sport. Open space for team sport is a luxury."
"This funding will maximise utilisation on our footprint and raise the standard for our kids."
"On behalf of the 330 kids, 50 seniors and 600 plus parents and volunteers we say thank you to the State Government, FFSA and Local Council for working together to commit to such funding projects that will provide benefits that will been joyed for years to come," said Perrone.