​SSV Virtual Challenges

SSV Virtual Challenges, have you got what it takes? This is your time to shine, show these great athletes that you are up to the challenge. 

SSV is engaging with our ambassadors, partners and Team Vic Alumni to create some Virtual Challenges. We are not looking for perfection, we are looking for Victorian students to give it a go. Simply choose a challenge, take a video and post it on your social media channels using the hashtag #SSVVirtualChallenge.

Ten Spin Hoop Shot Challenge




Football Around the World Step Over Challenge **

Football Flick and Throw Challenge

Football Juggling Challenge **




Crossbar Challenge

Dizzy Penalty Shot


Melbourne Victory Competition

You could win either a Signed Melbourne Victory Jersey or a Signed Melbourne Victory Football. To enter the competition simply try one or both of the challenges marked with an asterisk (**) and then post a video of yourself giving it a try on your Instagram news feed. 

When you post your video via the Instagram news feed, please follow these steps to ensure you are eligible to go into the draw. 

1. Tag Melbourne Victory's Instagram account, @gomvfc.

2. Tag School Sport Victoria's Instagram account, @schoolsportvic. 

3. Use the hashtag #MVFCSSV

Video posts that adhere to these Competition Terms and Conditions, will be eligible to be selected to win one of the prizes. If you are selected as a prize winner, SSV will be in contact for more information, good luck!.

Your Opinion Matters

SSV would value hearing about your experience. Once you have given at least one of the Virtual Challenges a go, please take the time to fill in this two-minute survey. 

Some important things to remember:

Before taking part in an SSV Virtual Challenge:

  • Make sure you have your parent or guardian permission and find a suitable and safe place to undertake the challenge
  • Be sure to have the correct footwear, clothing and equipment, as well as taking some time to warm up prior to taking part, this will help minimise the risk of injury
  • Check and adhere to the current Department of Health and Human Services information for sport and exercise relevant to your local area. If you live in the metropolitan Melbourne please visit this webpage, Mitchell Shire please visit this webpage, if you live in Regional Victoria, please visit this webpage.