AFL Football Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 631

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Cobden Football Club ---- Visited: 69 Times

    Cobden

    Listing id: 1820

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 5, Cobden, VIC 3266.
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  • Coburg Football Club ---- Visited: 95 Times

    Coburg

    Listing id: 34

    A match day at the Coburg Football Club is fast paced, varied, unpredictable but above all friendly. Located at ABD Group Stadium, Harding Street, Coburg (Melways Ref. Map 29 J1)
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  • Cohuna Kangas Football Club ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Cohuna

    Listing id: 1585

    Cohuna Kangas Football Netball Club's heritage is derived from Cohuna Football Club, which was formed in 1913 and Union Football Club, which was formed in 1919.  Both clubs were based in the township of Cohuna.
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  • Colac & District Football League ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Highton

    Listing id: 1596

    The Colac District Football League was formed in 1937,as a result of a merger of the Colac and District FA and the Corangamite Farmers FA. The Colac Churches FA became the CDFA in 1936.
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  • Colac Imperials Football Club ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Colac

    Listing id: 1600

    Home Ground: Western Oval, Sinclair Street, Colac 
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  • Coldstream Football Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Coldstream

    Listing id: 669

    When the Coldstream Football Club was formed in 1890, there was no organised competition. In fact, the previous year, Lilydale and Healesville had had to be content largely with playing each other four times. Healesville also had a match against Heidelberg, and Lilydale played Mitcham, return games against Hawthorn, and one against a team from the Victorian Railways.
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  • Coldstream Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Coldstream

    Listing id: 670

    Despite its capitulation the previous year, Coldstream held its annual meeting at the Sportsmans Arms on April 21, 1915.   It was decided to again re-form the club, providing a junior competition is to be held in the district.  The secretary was instructed to write to various clubs asking what steps they were taking to re-form a Junior Association 
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  • Coleraine Football Club ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Coleraine

    Listing id: 2938

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 70, Coleraine, VIC 3315 - Ph# 5575 2025.
    Website 5575 2025...

  • Collegians Football Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Albert Park

    Listing id: 564

    Collegians Football Club is the oldest club in Amateur football; indeed, it is older than the VAFA, of which it is a member. In 1891, L.A.Adamson established an Old Boys  XVIII. In the following year, that club formally became Collegians Football Club.
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  • Collingwood Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Collingwood

    Listing id: 35

    The home of the Collingwood. Collingwood season news, Collingwood live scores, Collingwood match previews and match reports, Collingwood fixtures and results, Collingwood awards and sponsor information.
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  • Congupna Football Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Congupna

    Listing id: 2854

    The club is located at Congupna Rd., Congupna, VIC 3633 - Ph# 03 58299421.
    Website 03 58299...

  • Corio Football Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Corio

    Listing id: 1788

    The Corio Football and Netball Club was formed in 1974. It currently fields teams in senior and junior football (U10 to U18) , senior and junior netball (U13 to U17), and for the youngsters theres Auskick and Netta programs. The clubs colors are red and white, Corio plays its home games at Shell Reserve, Purnell Rd Corio.
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  • Corowa-Rutherglen Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Corowa

    Listing id: 2907

    The Corowa-Rutherglen Footballers and Netballers play at the John Foord Oval.
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  • Cowwarr Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Cowwarr

    Listing id: 2876

    Participating in the North Gippsland Football League.
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  • Craigieburn Football Club ---- Visited: 67 Times

    Craigieburn

    Listing id: 3047

    After trying unsuccessfully in 1970 to enter the Riddell District Football League, the club re-applied again in 1971. This time the Craigieburn Football Club was accepted into the league at the expense of an unfinancial Trentham Football Club. If not for the efforts of E. Laing, K. Joiner, J. McKessey, M. English and W. Sorraghan, the passion and support for the Craigieburn Eagles would never have begun.
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  • Craigieburn Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 56 Times

    Craigieburn

    Listing id: 3048

    Thanks to the hard work of several club members, we have a wealth of information on the history of the club including old photo's. Also on these pages is the photo's and video from the 40th Anniversary in 2007.
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  • Cranbourne Football Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Cranbourne

    Listing id: 2832

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 161, Cranbourne, VIC 3977.
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  • Cranbourne JFC ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Cranbourne

    Listing id: 1188

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 669, Cranbourne, VIC 3977.
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  • Creswick Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Creswick

    Listing id: 1573

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 101, Creswick, VIC 3363.
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  • Crib Point Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Crib Point

    Listing id: 2840

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 213, Crib Point, VIC 3919.
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  • Croydon Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times

    Croydon

    Listing id: 671

    Established in 1906 Croydon Football Club has provided the community a fun and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy the greatest sport on earth for going on a century. Originally Croydon Football Club was made up from blue collared workers who lived and worked in the area.
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  • Croydon Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Croydon

    Listing id: 682

    The Croydon Junior Football Club is located at Barngeong Reserve, Croydon on Bambra Street, Melways Ref: 37 D10. The football program includes competitive (U11 to U16) and non-competitive (U9 and U10) football teams as well as an Auskick program on Friday nights.
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  • Dalyston F.C ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Dalyston

    Listing id: 1274

    The Dalyston Football Club has a proud history which dates back as far as 1898. In the early days the club was known as Powlett River and there was only one other team in the competition, Ryanston. The local football ground was situated where the present Dalyston Hall is now situated. 
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  • Dandenong Saints Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Dandenong

    Listing id: 1190

    The Dandenong Saints JFC is part of the Dandenong & District Football League (DDJFL) and field teams in Under 9's through to Under 16's age groups. We have a Club Code of Conduct for Parents / Spectators and a Code for Players to abide by.
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  • Dandenong Stingrays Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Dandenong

    Listing id: 46

    1992 saw the birth of the "Southern Stingrays" and they were developed under the leadership of Steve Kennedy (Regional Manager) and Ron Roach (Promotions Manager)

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  • Darley Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Bacchus Marsh

    Listing id: 1011

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 551, Bacchus Marsh, VIC 3340.
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  • Daylesford Demons Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Daylesford

    Listing id: 1575

    Location: Mill Market Oval, Victoria Park, Ballan Road, Daylesford.
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  • Daylesford Football Club ---- Visited: 63 Times

    Daylesford

    Listing id: 1574

    The Bulldogs are a proud club, with a history of nearly 100 years. After many years of playing in several leagues ranging from the Clunes Football league to the Castlemaine Football League, Daylesford joined, for the second time, the Ballarat Football League in 1952.
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  • De La Salle Old Collegians Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 54 Times

    Malvern

    Listing id: 565

    Home Ground: (Seniors & Under 19 Section 1) - Waverley Park, Cnr Waverley & Malvern Roads, East Malvern. (Melways 69 A2).
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  • Deniliquin Football Club ---- Visited: 47 Times

    Deniliquin

    Listing id: 2855

    Football appears to have been played in and around Deniliquin as early as the 1870s, but today's Deniliquin Football Club was born some six decades later, in 1933. Entering the Echuca Football League, which was then in only its second season, the club embarked on a dream start which yielded three consecutive premierships.
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  • Deniliquin Rovers Football Club ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Deniliquin

    Listing id: 2919

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 25, Deniliquin, NSW 2710 - Ph# 0358 813403.
    Website 0358 8134...

  • Devon Meadows Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Devon Meadows

    Listing id: 2833

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 5606, Cranbourne, VIC 3977 .
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  • Devon Welshpool Won Wron Woodside Football Club ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Alberton West

    Listing id: 1275

    Located at Devon Oval Alberton West VIC 3971.
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  • Diggers Rest Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Diggers Rest

    Listing id: 1012

    Ground: Diggers Rest Recreation Reserve, Plumpton Road, Diggers Rest.
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  • Diggers Rest Junior Football Netball Club ---- Visited: 56 Times

    Diggers Rest

    Listing id: 1010

    Home Ground: Diggers Rest Recreation Reserve, Plumpton Road, Diggers Rest.
    Website - 0400 742 ...

  • Dimboola Football Club ---- Visited: 42 Times

    Dimboola

    Listing id: 3006

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 114, Dimboola, VIC 3414.
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  • Dingley Football Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Dingley

    Listing id: 120

    The Dingley Football Club started a committee in 1958. The oval was ready to play that year but they had to wait another year to let the ground settle down. In 1959 the Dingley Football Club started playing football with one Senior team.
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  • Doncaster East Football Club ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Doncaster East

    Listing id: 685

    Doncaster East Football Club has been a part of the Eastern Football League for over 40 years, known as the Doncater East Lions we have played in the 2004, 2005 and 2007 grand final and took away the win in 2007 which elevated us to Division Two.
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  • Doncaster Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Doncaster

    Listing id: 683

    Doncaster Football Club has a very long and proud history.
    Eastern Football League - 1962 onwards
    Eastern Suburbs Football League - 1938 to 1961
    Ringwood District Football Association - 1927 to 1937
    Reporter District Football Association - 1909 to 1926
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  • Donvale Football Club ---- Visited: 51 Times

    Donvale

    Listing id: 686

    Since our inception in 1971, Donvale Football Club has strived to ensure it plays a major role in the local community by helping develop junior football in the area and establish one of the most successful senior teams in suburban football.
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  • Donvale Magpies Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Donvale

    Listing id: 687

    Teams: U9's, U10's, U11's, U12's, U13's, U14's, U15's, U16's.
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  • Dookie United Football Club ---- Visited: 67 Times

    Dookie

    Listing id: 2920

    The Dookie United Football & Netball Club Inc. has a proud history, built on a strong local community encompassing friendly country people combined with the students and staff of Dookie College. In 1977 Dookie Agriculture College merged with the Dookie Football Club and became the Dookie United Football Club.
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  • Doutta Stars Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Essendon

    Listing id: 3049

    The club began playing football at Buckley Park in West Essendon in 1946 and comprised mainly of returned soldiers looking for a sporting outlet after the rigors of war. The DSFC has been providing leisure and sporting activities for local residents in the Essendon District for over 50 years.
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  • Doveton Eagles Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Doveton

    Listing id: 121

    Location: Power Reserve, Power Road, Doveton. Melways: 90 K6.
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  • Doveton Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Doveton

    Listing id: 1195

    Home ground Robinson Oval, Cnr Oak Ave & Paperbark St in Doveton (Melways 91 A10) 
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  • Dromana Football Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Dromana

    Listing id: 2841

    The Club was formed circa 1896 and has been playing football on the Mornington Peninsula almost continuously since then with the club only going into recess during the war years and is committed to promoting the game of Australian Rules Football and Netball in our community and are known as the Dromana Tigers.
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  • Drouin Football Club ---- Visited: 47 Times

    Drouin

    Listing id: 2995

    Postal Address : PO Box 48 Drouin 3818.
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  • Drysdale Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Drysdale

    Listing id: 1352

    The Drysdale Football Club was first formed in 1879 when, as reported in the Geelong Advertiser, a team played the Chillwell 2nds on Saturday the 14th June. The side, captained by Cuddy,was unfortunately defeated six goals to two. 
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  • Dunnstown Football Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Dunnstown

    Listing id: 1576

    The football club started in 1894. They did not play on an oval with green grass like now.  Instead they played on a farmer’s spare paddock. They put big branches in the ground for goal posts. Some of the paddocks still had furrows left there. 
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  • Dunolly Football Club ---- Visited: 51 Times

    Dunolly

    Listing id: 2782

    The Club may be reached thru PO Box 114, Dunolly, VIC 3472 .
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