|Full name Steven Joseph Pace|
2001–2003 South Melbourne
Height 1.85 m
Name Steven Pace
|Date of birth (1983-03-06) 6 March 1983 (age 32)|
Place of birth Melbourne, Australia
Current team Heidelberg United FC
Steven Pace (born 6 March 1983) is an Australian footballer who plays for Heidelberg United FC.
Earlier in his career, Pace played for various Victorian teams, including South Melbourne, Essendon Royals and the Preston Lions. He has been described as a "utility" player, having played as a midfielder as well as a central defender. He played in the latter position for the Preston Lions in their successful 2007 campaign, when they won the Victorian Premier League Championship.
When the Melbourne Victory signed Pace in October 2007, coach Ernie Merrick said about him:
"Steven reads the game well, has excellent speed, good distribution and possesses great maturity"
He made his first appearance for the Melbourne Victory against the Central Coast Mariners on 4 November 2007. Pace departed the Victory in 2010, making 8 league appearances in his time there.
After leaving Victory, Pace joined Hume City FC and spent the following four and a half years with the Broadmeadows-based club.
In 2015, Pace joined Heidelberg United FC.
With Melbourne Victory:
With Heidelberg United FC: