|NPL, Tasmanie||06/04 06:30||9||Launceston City vs South Hobart||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||06/17 09:30||10||Riverside Olympic vs Launceston City||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||06/25 06:30||11||Launceston City vs Devonport City||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||07/02 06:30||12||Launceston City vs Glenorchy Knights||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||07/09 04:30||13||Kingborough Lions United vs Launceston City||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||07/16 06:30||14||Launceston City vs Olympia Warriors||-||View|
|NPL, Tasmanie||05/21 04:30||8|| Clarence Zebras FC v Launceston City ||D||1-1|
|NPL, Tasmanie||05/14 06:30||7|| Launceston City v Olympia Warriors ||W||4-2|
|NPL, Tasmanie||04/30 04:30||6|| Kingborough Lions United v Launceston City ||L||4-1|
|NPL, Tasmanie||04/23 06:30||5|| Glenorchy Knights v Launceston City ||W||0-1|
|NPL, Tasmanie||04/09 04:30||4|| Devonport City v Launceston City ||L||4-0|
|NPL, Tasmanie||04/01 08:45||3|| Launceston City v Riverside Olympic ||W||4-0|
|NPL, Tasmanie||03/26 03:00||2||South Hobart v Launceston City||-||PPT.|
|NPL, Tasmanie||03/19 05:30||1|| Launceston City v Clarence Zebras FC ||W||4-3|
|NPL, Tasmanie||09/11 04:00||21|| Glenorchy Knights v Launceston City ||L||1-0|
|NPL, Tasmanie||09/04 06:30||4|| Clarence Zebras FC v Launceston City ||L||4-1|
|NPL, Tasmanie||08/28 06:30||20|| Launceston City v Kingborough Lions United ||L||1-4|
|NPL, Tasmanie||08/21 06:30||19|| Launceston City v Devonport City ||L||0-3|
|Failed to score||6||3||3|
Launceston City Football Club is an Australian soccer club based in Launceston, Tasmania. The club was founded in 1957 and currently participating in the Tasmanian NPL Tasmania since 2013, run by the governing body Football Federation Tasmania. The club has over 100 registered players across senior, women and social leagues.
The junior club was briefly called "Westside Devils Soccer Club" from 1998 to 2016 and has since changed to Launceston City Devils. It has age groups from Under 6 to Under 16, and is one of the largest and most successful junior soccer clubs in the state with over 350 junior soccer players. The club also has a women's team which has been dominant since the turn of the century, picking up 9 Premier League titles and going unbeaten over four league seasons between 2005 and 2008.
Launceston City founded in 1957. City was particularly dominant in the 1960s, when they won every season except 1964. Although Northern Tasmania's most successful club with 19 Northern titles, they have failed to repeat their dominance of the 60s. The club uses the colours of Juventus and have links to the club. Prior to the cessation of ethnic affiliations by Australian football clubs in 1997, Launceston City were known as Launceston Juventus.
In 1978 Launceston Juventus relocated from their home ground at Brooks High School to Landrover Buckby Park located in Prospect where the club is still playing home games till this day. Landrover Park has two playing grounds, fully functional flood lights for night games, clubrooms, change rooms.
Launceston City fields teams in the National Premier League Tasmania NPL, the second tier of Australian football, Northern Championship, Northern League 1, Under 18's, and currently has one Super League Women's team and one Northern Women's Championship Team this makes up over 100 senior registered players.
Since 2018, a video of former goalkeeper Niko Giantsopoulos kicking the ball away prior to an opposition striker taking a penalty has been a regular viral video on social media. The move, designed to throw his opponent off balance psychologically just prior to taking the kick, resulted in Giantsopoulos being issued a yellow card, but the penalty went ahead. Giantsopoulos saved the goal.