AFL Football Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 631

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Quambatook Football Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Quambatook

    Listing id: 1802

    We are a Family Club and are always open to receiving new members.If you are interested in being a Member or Sponsor please contact  
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  • Queenscliff Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Queenscliff

    Listing id: 1367

    The club was established in 1884 and played in an early version Bellarine Football League that ran from 1895 to 1914. Reformed after the great war the club continued to play locally until 1923 when it joined the Geelong Football Association.
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  • Red Cliffs Football Club ---- Visited: 47 Times

    Red Cliffs

    Listing id: 2947

    The club may be reached thru PO BOX 426, Red Cliffs, VIC 3496.
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  • Red Hill Football Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Red Hill

    Listing id: 2845

    Founded on Tuesday 5th of February in 1929 in the Mechanics Hall, The club under coach Alf Hunt played finals in its first year. During the 1930-s under the astute leadership of Fred Volk the club also played finals in 1932, 1933, 1934 in B grade of the peninsula Association. In 1935 theside won 14 games and were runners up to Somerville. The same year Volk won the League B/F kicking 86 goals.  
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  • Redan F.C ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Ballarat

    Listing id: 1337

    The Redan team was made up from miners from the Band of Hope mine and their average weight was 14 Stone (90kg). The Star reported that the Redan team were everywhere, kicking and tripping regardless of the consequences.
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  • Rennie Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Rennie

    Listing id: 2926

    The club is located at Bull Plain Rd, Rennie, NSW 2646.
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  • Richmond Central AFC ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Richmond

    Listing id: 607

    Richmond Central was formed as a new member of the Victorian Amateur Football Association in 1987. They have won Senior premierships twice, in 1989 and 1994. Richmond Central are known as the' Centrals', or the 'Snakes'. The Snakes play on a fantastic riverside oval in Kevin Bartlett Reserve. This is accessed from Yarra Blvd in Richmond.
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  • Richmond Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Richmond

    Listing id: 3079

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 48, Richmond, VIC 3121.
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  • Ringwood Football Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Ringwood

    Listing id: 873

    The Ringwood Football Club is located at Jubilee Park, Greenwood Ave. Ringwood. 
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  • Robinvale Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Robinvale

    Listing id: 2948

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 367, Robinvale, VIC 3549.
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  • Rochester Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Rochester

    Listing id: 1812

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 118, Rochester. VIC 3561.
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  • Rokewood Corindhap Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Rokewood

    Listing id: 2758

    The RCFNC is a successful and proud club boasting 5 football teams and 6 netball teams.
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  • Rosebud Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Rosebud

    Listing id: 2846

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 138, Rosebud 3939.
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  • Rosedale Football Club ---- Visited: 34 Times

    Rosedale

    Listing id: 2880

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 70, Rosedale, VIC 3847.
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  • Rowville Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Rowville

    Listing id: 875

    The Rowville Football Club was founded in October 1964 after a meeting held at the Captains Cabin, Stamford Hotel. On March 27, 1965, Mr. Mark Walker presented the clubs colours at a 'Barbecue and Dance' function held at the Sunray Club (adjacent to Heany Park).
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  • Rowville Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Rowville

    Listing id: 876

    The Rowville Junior Football Club, founded in 1965, belongs to the Eastern Football League. In 2010 the club fielded teams from Under 9 to Under 16 level. With over 430 registered players we are one of the largest clubs of this kind in Australia.
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  • Royal Park Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Maryborough

    Listing id: 2787

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 407, Maryborough, VIC 3465.
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  • Rumbalara Football Club ---- Visited: 47 Times

    Rumbalara

    Listing id: 2862

    Office is located at Mercury Drv., Shepparton, VIC 3630.
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  • Rupertswood Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Sunbury

    Listing id: 608

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 809, Sunbury, 3429.
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  • Rushworth Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Rushworth

    Listing id: 2743

    Rushworth Football Club probably had its origins prior to 1882, which is generally acknowledged as the year that the club was formally established. Footy had been first codified by Tom Wills in 1858, with the Melbourne Football Club being the first club to be established in the same year. There was great interest in the new football code, which eventually spread across the southern states. 
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  • Russell's Creek Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Russell's Creek

    Listing id: 2981

    The club aims to provide a positive sporting and recreation environment for the benefit of all members.
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  • Rutherglen Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Rutherglen

    Listing id: 2958

    We are a progressive and strong club playing in the Tallangatta and District Football League. Our facilities at Barkly Park are some of the best in the competition and we have an excellent sponsor and supporter base.
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  • Rye Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Rye

    Listing id: 2847

    The possibility of formation of the football club for Rye was initially discussed in 1945 and founded in 1946. The football ground at the time was unfenced and covered with tea tree scrub, rabbit holes, etc.
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  • Rythdale-Officer-Cardinia Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Officer

    Listing id: 2838

    The Rythdale-Officer-Cardinia ('ROC') Football Club is affiliated with Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League and is located on the Princes Highway at Officer, 45 kilometres South-East of Melbourne.
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  • Sale City Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Sale

    Listing id: 2882

    Sale City is a proud family oriented club that provides a place to play sport for young members of the community of all abilities. With over 150 primary students participating in the AFL Auskick program, 8 junior football teams, 2 senior football teams and 5 netball teams Sale City Football Netball Club is one of the largest sporting clubs in East Gippsland. 
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  • Sale City Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 31 Times

    Sale

    Listing id: 2881

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 1399, Sale, VIC 3850.
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  • Sale Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Sale

    Listing id: 3001

    Sale Football Club was formed in 1877 and began playing Australian Football games under VFA rules. Matches were played on a property known as 'Sunnyside' located in Guthridge Parade. wore an all blue Guernsey. Inter-town competition matches began in 1882 and were declared 'premier town' in 1882, 1884, and 1888.
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  • Sandford Football Club ---- Visited: 31 Times

    Sandford

    Listing id: 2939

    The club may be reached thru PO BOX 19, Casterton, VIC 3311.
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  • Sandhurst Football Club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    Sandhurst

    Listing id: 1442

    The Sandhurst Football Netball Club can trace its formation back to 1861, making it one of the ten oldest Aussie Rules clubs in Australia. Well known and respected historian and author, Geoffrey Blainey, states in his definitive book on Australian Rules 

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  • Sandown Football Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Sandown

    Listing id: 136

    In 1984, the Sandown Football Club was in trouble. With very few juniors, the players of the passed years had either ceased footy or were on their last legs. 
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  • Sandringham Dragons Football club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    Sandringham

    Listing id: 55

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 101, Caulfield South, VIC 3162.
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  • Sandringham Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Sandringham

    Listing id: 41

    The phrase "The Zebras" brings to the mind of most people `one of the top senior football clubs in the state' - Sandringham Football Club.
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  • Scoresby Football Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Scoresby

    Listing id: 877

    Formed in 1925 and competing in the Eastern Football League, our club has a long and proud history of supporting both junior and senior local  footballers  within the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. 
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  • Scoresby Junior Football ---- Visited: 34 Times

    Scoresby

    Listing id: 878

    The Scoresby Junior Football is now into its 36th year of providing junior football for the local Community. We commenced in 1971 playing out of Benedikt Park. The original jumpers where
    maroon colour.
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  • Seaford Football Club ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Seaford

    Listing id: 2829

    The Seaford Football Club was born in late 1921, when formation meetings were held at Armstrong's Grocery Store, Martins Garage and Weatherley's Milk Bar.
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  • Sealake Nandaly Football Club ---- Visited: 42 Times

    Sealake

    Listing id: 2775

    Our club is very new, being born at the conclusion of the 2002 season when the two MFL teams Berri/Culgoa merged with Sea Lake Nandaly. The club took on the Berri/Culgoa tiger colours with the home base being "The Complex" in Sea Lake.
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  • Sebastopol F.C ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Sepastopol

    Listing id: 1342

    Sebastopol Football Club was formed in 1893, and competed in the Ballarat Football Association. In that year, the Club wore red & white colours! In 1894 the SFC changed their colours to Blue & White, it was not until 1922 that the Club adopted the Blue & Gold colours that we wear today.
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  • Seville Football Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Seville

    Listing id: 3030

    The club is located at 44 Old Warburton Road, Seville, Victoria, 3139, Australia.
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  • Seymour Football Club ---- Visited: 30 Times

    Seymour

    Listing id: 1813

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 337, Seymour, VIC 3661.
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  • Shepparton Football Club ---- Visited: 39 Times

    Shepparton

    Listing id: 1814

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 910, Sheparton, VIC 3632.
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  • Shepparton Swans Football Club ---- Visited: 31 Times

    Shepparton

    Listing id: 1815

    The club may be reached thru P/O Box 854, Shepparton, Victoria, 3632, Australia.
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  • Shepparton United Football Club ---- Visited: 36 Times

    Shepparton

    Listing id: 1816

    The club now known as Shepparton United was originally called City United. It was admitted to the Goulburn Valley Football League and had grown out of the Shepparton Preserving Company (SPC) and Shepparton East, who had previously fielded a team in the Central Goulburn Valley League.
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  • Silvan Football Club ---- Visited: 40 Times

    Silvan

    Listing id: 3020

    The Silvan Football Club created history by taking out back to back premierships in 2007/8 for the first time since the club was established back in 1921.  
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  • Simpson Football Club ---- Visited: 38 Times

    Simpson

    Listing id: 1605

    The earliest reported match for the Skipton Football Club dates back to 1873 or 1874, when a game was played against Streatham on a ground east of the current Recreation Reserve. Skipton played other matches against Carngham, Haddon and Linton around this time.
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  • Skipton Football Club ---- Visited: 31 Times

    Skipton

    Listing id: 2759

    Participating in the Lexton Plains Football League 
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  • Skye Football Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Skye

    Listing id: 177

    Established in June 2005 and starting competition in 2006, Skye F.C was established as senior club option for the graduating players of the Carrum Downs Junior Football Club.
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  • SMW Rovers Football Club ---- Visited: 33 Times

    Mininera

    Listing id: 2815

    The club is located at 490 Estate Road, Nerin Nerin, 3351.
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  • Somerville Football Club ---- Visited: 44 Times

    Somerville

    Listing id: 2848

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 201, Somerville, VIC 3912.
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  • Sorrento Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Sorrento

    Listing id: 2849

    The club may be contacted thru David McFarlane Reserve, Sorrento, VIC 3943.
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  • South Barwon Football Club ---- Visited: 37 Times

    Belmont

    Listing id: 1780

    The Swans have quickly become a power since their 1990 arrival in the GFL. The McDonalds Reserve base was home to just five teams in 2000, but has grown to host 35 combined footy and netball teams this season. The burgeoning club prides itself on having won the regions club of the year award in 2006 and 2007.
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