AFL Football Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 631

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  • Nyah Nyah West United Football Club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    Nyah Nyah West

    Listing id: 1591

    Nyah Recreation Reserve, on River Street in Nyah, is the home to Nyah Nyah West United Football and Netball Club. All senior and Junior Football is played on the two ovals in the centre of the Nyah Harness Trotting Track.
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  • Nyora Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Nyora

    Listing id: 1628

    Nyora Saints provide equal playing opportunities for players of various skill levels. Our goal is to provide a family environment where players can enjoy themselves on and off the field.We compete in the Ellinbank and District Football League to which they have provision for two senior teams and three junior teams (Under 18, Under 15.5 and Under 13) 
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  • Oak Park Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Oak Park

    Listing id: 3061

    Oak Park Football Club was established in 1957 when the under 15 team from the north western suburb of Melbourne, Australia was fielded in the local junior league.    
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  • Oakleigh Chargers Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Oakleigh

    Listing id: 54

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 2047, Oakleigh, VIC 3166 .
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  • Oakleigh District Football Club ---- Visited: 54 Times

    Oakleigh

    Listing id: 135

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 1020, Huntingdale, VIC 3166.
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  • Oakleigh Krushers AFC ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Oakleigh

    Listing id: 587

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 83, Oakleigh MDC, Okleigh, VIC 3166.
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  • Ocean Grove Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Ocean Grove

    Listing id: 1360

    The red side of the river was founded in 1961 after a split with Barwon Heads. Ocean Grove was a founding member of the Bellarine league in 1971, but it took more than 20 years for the Grubbers to win a flag. A cross-river rivalry has existed ever since the spilt with Barwon Heads. 
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  • Officer Kangaroos Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Officer

    Listing id: 1212

    Officer Kangaroos was the inaugural winner of the "TXU Community Football Club Achievement Award - the first program of its kind that regards the efforts of the local community football clubs in creating healthy and safe environments that encourage participation from players, volunteers and supporters in their community football club.
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  • Old Brighton Grammarians Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Brighton

    Listing id: 588

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 3056, Dendy Post Office, Brighton, VIC 3186.
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  • Old Camberwell Grammarians Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Balwyn

    Listing id: 589

    The Old Camberwell Grammarians Amateur Football Club was formed in 1960 & joined the Victorian Amateur Football Association E Grade in that season. The club’s first home was Albert Park, however apart from one season in 2000, the club has been located at Gordon Barnard Reserve since 1961.  
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  • Old Carey Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Bulleen

    Listing id: 590

    The Club was actually formed in 1953 but did not play in the VAFA until 1954 when, along with other newcomers, Old Geelong, Old Trinity, and ANZ Bank, it commenced in E Section, which was then the entry level.  The sides fielded were immediately competitive, but it was not until 1961, when it was the outstanding team all year, that it won promotion and its first flag by beating Preston in the Grand Final. 
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  • Old Collegians Football Club ---- Visited: 32 Times

    Warrnambool

    Listing id: 2979

    Old Collegians Football Club had its beginnings from an Under 21 competition side known as YCW. In March 1951 Y.C.W. were admitted to the Warrnambool & District Football League becoming the sixth side in a competition that grew to 12 sides.
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  • Old Essendon Grammarians Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Keilor

    Listing id: 591

    Old Essendon Grammarians Football Club (OEGFC) was formed in 1968 and participated in several different competitions in it's formative years. Premierships were won in the Essendon District Football League (EDFL) in both 1976 and 1977, as well as in what was then the Footscray District Football League in 1983.
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  • Old Geelong Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    South Yarra

    Listing id: 592

    The Old Geelong Football Club was formed in early 1954 as the Old Geelong Grammarians Football Club, playing its first game in the Victorian Amateur Football Association's newly created E Section on 24 April of that year. It enjoyed early success as runners-up in 1955, and Premierships in D and C Sections in 1956 and 1957 respectively.
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  • Old Haileybury Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 34 Times

    McKinnon

    Listing id: 593

    The first Old Haileyburians  team was formed in 1925 and played in the Metropolitan Amateur Football Association, the forerunner to the VAFA. Home games were played at what is now known as the Old Scotch Oval in Yarra Park. In 1928 the club merged with Old Trinity until disbanding after the 1934 season.
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  • Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Ivanhoe

    Listing id: 594

    On the 24th of April, 1964, The Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Football Club took to the field for the first time in the VAFA. The team had been allowed to join the amateurs in the F Grade competition and did not have a reserves team until 1966.
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  • Old Melburnians Football Club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    St. Kilda.

    Listing id: 595

    In 1920 the club had one team but today we have four with over 100 players regularly playing for the club. 
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  • Old Mentonians Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Keysborough

    Listing id: 596

    Home ground: Mentone Grammar Playing Fields, Springvale Road, Keysborough. (Melways 88 HD) 
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  • Old Paradians Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Bundoora

    Listing id: 597

    Location: Garvey Oval, Parade College, Plenty Road, Bundoora. (Melways 10 A10)
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  • Old Scotch Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Camberwell

    Listing id: 598

    Old Scotch first joined the VAFA in 1894 as "Scotch Collegians" together with three other clubs, none of whom are still competing today. The club disbanded at the conclusion of the 1895 season, rejoined the VAFA in 1921 as the "Old Scotch Collegians Football Club", and with the exception of the six years of the Second World War, has competed continuously in the VAFA since that year.
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  • Old Trinity Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Bulleen

    Listing id: 599

    Although we entered the Victorian Amateur Football Association in the early part of the last century, at one stage joining with Old Haileybury, Old Trinity as we now know it was not formed until 1954.
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  • Old Westbourne Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Truganina

    Listing id: 600

    Old Westbourne Football Club was founded in October 1990 as a result of former students of Westbourne Grammar School showing interest in playing football together. As a subsequent result, a committee was formed and a team was entered in to the Victorian Amateur Football Association in the Club XVIII competition for the 1991 season. A players list of twenty-five came together purely from ex-students of the Hoppers Crossing school.
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  • Old Xaverians Football Club ---- Visited: 42 Times

    Armadale

    Listing id: 601

    Founded in 1923 by alumni of Melbourne's Xavier College, and affiliated with the Victorian Amateur Football Association since  inception, the Old Xavs are today a progressive, professional organisation and one of Australia's largest clubs.  
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  • Olinda Ferny Creek Football Club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    Olinda

    Listing id: 3028

    According to research by 1950s back pocket player Arthur "Choofer" Charteris, the Olinda Football Club was formed in 1908 and disbanded in 1914. Ferny Creek formed a club in 1910 and disbanded in 1933, paving the way for Olinda to reform the next year. In 1939, Olinda merged with Monbulk for one season. After the Second World War, in 1946, the Olinda-Ferny Creek Football Club was formed.   
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  • Omeo & District Football League ---- Visited: 35 Times

    Omeo

    Listing id: 2886

    Welcome to the web site of the Omeo District Football League. The League comprises Bruthen Football Cub, Buchan Football Club, Lindenow South Football Club, Omeo/Benambra Football Club, Swan Reach Football Club and Swifts Creek Football Club. Each club fields a senior and Under 16 football team 
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  • Orbost Snowy Rovers Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Orbost

    Listing id: 1613

    The Orbost Snowy Rovers Senior Football and Netball Club fields Seniors, Reserves and Under 18s in football and A Grade, B Grade, C & C Reserve Grades and D Grade in netball. The Orbost Snowy Rovers Junior Football Club fields Under 16s, Under 14s and Under 12s in football.
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  • Ormond Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 34 Times

    Ormond

    Listing id: 602

    Formed in 1931, we are today the 12th oldest club participating in the Amateurs, & the 2nd oldest Suburban club (surpassed by Elsternwick)  
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  • Otway Districts Football Club ---- Visited: 35 Times

    Gellibrand

    Listing id: 1604

    Location: Gellibrand Recreation Reserve: 20 Football Road, Gellibrand  
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  • Ouyen United Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Ouyen

    Listing id: 2774

    The club may be reached thru Pirro School Bus Route Rd, Tempty, VIC 3489.
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  • Ovens & King Football League ---- Visited: 34 Times

    Wangaratta

    Listing id: 2894

    On the 13th of June 1903, a handful of men met at The Bulls Head Hotel in Wangaratta to consider forming a football competition. One week later, the first matches of the Ovens and King Football Association, later to become the Ovens and King League, were played.  
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  • Ovens & Murray Football League ---- Visited: 23 Times

    Albury North

    Listing id: 2905

    The Ovens and Murray Football League was formed in 1893, but was known as the Ovens and Murray Football Association until 1926 when it changed to the present name.   
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  • Pakenham Lions JFC ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Pakenham

    Listing id: 1215

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 525, Pakenham, VIC.
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  • Parkdale Vultures Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Parkdale

    Listing id: 603

    The Parkdale Vultures is a great club to play footy at, with great facilities, professional staff, a fantastic standard of football and a family orientated social atmosphere, we invite and welcome new players and members to become part of the team.  
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  • Parkmore Pirates Football Club ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Parkmore

    Listing id: 1217

    Ground Location: Wachter Reserve Keysborough. Melways 89 E7
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  • Pascoe Vale Football Club ---- Visited: 51 Times

    Pascoe Vale

    Listing id: 3062

    The history of the football club from material available can be traced back to 1918-1919. In those early days matches were played on the ALPINE ESTATE which was on the corner of Cumberland Road and Gaffney Street where Nicholson Cellars is currently situated.  
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  • Pearcedale Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Pearcedale

    Listing id: 2844

    HOME GROUND Pearcedale Recreation Reserve, Baxter-Tooradin Rd., Pearcedale, Victoria, 3912, Australia TRAINING GROUND Pearcedale Recreation Reserve, Baxter-Tooradin Rd., Pearcedale, Victoria, 3912, Australia ADDRESS P/O Box 1133, Pearcedale, Victoria, 3912, Australia
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  • Peninsula Old Boys Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Mt. Eliza

    Listing id: 604

    The Peninsula Old Boys Football Club was formed in late 1979 by four ex-students of the Peninsula School, who were keen to establish a club on the Mornington Peninsula affiliated with the oldest Australian Rules competition in the nation, the Victorian Amateur Football Association. 
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  • Penshurst Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Penshurst

    Listing id: 2814

    It is a source of pride for many people that Penshurst have retained its name, colours and ground for 135 years. The only alteration has been its nickname changing from the red and blacks to the bombers.
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  • Phillip Island Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Cowes

    Listing id: 1282

    8 Church St. Cowes P.O. BOX 541 COWES VIC 3922
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  • Picola United Football Club ---- Visited: 33 Times

    Picola

    Listing id: 2925

    Picola United Football Club, Clubhouse is at Picola North Road, Picola 3639.
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  • Pimpinio Football Club ---- Visited: 35 Times

    Pimpinio

    Listing id: 2731

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 233, Horsham 3402.
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  • Poowong Football Club ---- Visited: 33 Times

    Poowong

    Listing id: 1629

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 17, Poowong, VIC 3988.
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  • Port Fairy Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Port Fairy

    Listing id: 1823

    The club may be reached thru 48 Griffith Street, Port Fairy, VIC 3284 
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  • Port Melbourne Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Port Melbourne

    Listing id: 40



    The Port Melbourne Football Club was founded in 1874. In 1886, the Club was admitted to the Victorian Football Association (now the Victorian Football League) making it one of the oldest and most famous football Clubs in Australia. Port Melbourne has been the only Club to participate in every VFA / VFL season since then.
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  • Portarlington Demons Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Portarlington

    Listing id: 1363

    The Portarlington Football Club was formed in 1874 by the way of a special meeting held at the Bayview Hotel Portarlington. The club consisted of twenty-seven members, with Mr. H. Kelly appointed as President and Treasurer and Mr. Robert Graham as the Honorary Secretary.
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  • Portland Football Club ---- Visited: 58 Times

    Portland

    Listing id: 2991

    The Portland Football Club was establised on June 6th, 1876 at a meeting held at Mac's Hotel. 
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  • Powelltown Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Powelltown

    Listing id: 3029

    The club may be reached thru C/O Powelltown Post Office, Powelltown, Victoria, 3797, Australia.
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  • Power House Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Albert Park

    Listing id: 605

    The Power House Football Club has a proud history associated with the Victorian Amateur Football Association since 1947. Over many years Power House has moved up and down the VAFA divisions having made it to A grade at various intervals. In 2010, Power House is competing in D3 section.
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  • Prahran 'Two Blues' Football Club ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Armadale

    Listing id: 606

    Prahran Football Club formed at meeting at Prahran Court House on 20 March, 1886. Colours of Royal Blue and Sky Blue adopted. Entry into Victorian Football Association sought and gained. Home games at Warehouseman's Ground (later known as Albert Reserve).  
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