AFL Football Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

Click here for AFL Football (Aussie Rules) Sports Equipment

Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 631

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Birregurra Football Club ---- Visited: 89 Times


    Listing id: 1599

    We are known as the saints, and have a Red White and Black Uniform. Our home games are played at the Birregurra Recreation Reserve in the Colac and District Football and Netball League.

  • Black Rock Football Club ---- Visited: 80 Times

    Black Rock

    Listing id: 79

    Black Rock Football Club celebrated its centenary season last year after it was founded in 1908.

  • Blackburn Football Club ---- Visited: 110 Times


    Listing id: 662

    There is very little of the club's early history that remains and much is beyond the memory of our oldest members, however it is known that the club held its first official AGM in 1903.

  • Boisdale-Briagolong Football Club ---- Visited: 57 Times


    Listing id: 2874

    Home ground: Boisdale Recreation Reserve, Main Street, Boisdale  

  • Bonbeach Football Club ---- Visited: 93 Times


    Listing id: 2820

    The Bonbeach Football Club was established in 1961 by Foundation members Max Campbell and Lindsay MacKinnon. Army Nissan Hut Clubrooms.

  • Bonnie Doon Football club ---- Visited: 72 Times

    Bonnie Doon

    Listing id: 1380

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 50, Brookside Lane, Merton, VIC 3715.

  • Boolarra Football Club ---- Visited: 72 Times


    Listing id: 2790

    In 2010, one year older, one year wiser, and one year stronger...after a massive pre-season, the cub aims to rise above and realise its massive potential to take the Mid Gippsland Football League by storm.

  • Boronia Football Club ---- Visited: 85 Times


    Listing id: 664

    The Boronia Football Club was formed in 1932 as part of the new Croydon/Ferntree Gully Football League. In 1962, Boronia joined the Eastern Districts Football League (EDFL), which is now currently known as the Eastern Football League

  • Boronia Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times


    Listing id: 665

    The junior football club formed in 1972 with three teams U10,U13 and U15, At that time Alf Lacey was president and Jen Armstrong was secretary/club treasurer. Club stalwarts John Coggins and Laurie Riley were involved coaching the teams. The juniors were known as the “SparrowHawks” and the U10 in their first year won a flag under John. The players from that time played in Boronia VETS last season. 

  • Box Hill Hawks Football Club ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Box Hill

    Listing id: 32

    The Box Hill Hawks Football Club was formed in 2000 after an alliance between AFL glamour club Hawthorn and traditional VFA / VFL club the Box Hill Mustangs. Competing in Australia's premier state-based football competition, the Box Hill Hawks is the only VFL team representing the eastern region of Melbourne.

  • Box Hill North Football Club ---- Visited: 75 Times

    Box Hill North

    Listing id: 559

    Our home ground is at Elgar Park, on Elgar Rd, near the Eastern Freeway. 

  • Branxholme Wallacedale Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times


    Listing id: 2934

    2010 season is already off to a good start with the installation of Michael Holcombe as President, Barb Menzel as Secretary and Leonie Bell as Treasurer. These three, along with a very good support committee have already been working hard to ensure a positive start to this year.

  • Bridgewater Football Club ---- Visited: 61 Times


    Listing id: 2762

    The club may be reached thru Po Box 58, Bridgewater, VIC 3516.

  • Bright Football Club ---- Visited: 65 Times


    Listing id: 2896

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 220, Bright, VIC 3741.

  • Brunswick Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 88 Times


    Listing id: 586

    Brunswick Junior Football Club is now the newest Football Club in Victoria with entry into the Yarra Junior Football League (YJFL) being approved for season 2009. The application and incorporation of this junior football Club was completed at the initiative of the NOBSPC.

  • Bruthen Football Club ---- Visited: 86 Times


    Listing id: 2888

    The club is located at Bruthen Rd., Bruthen VIC -Ph# 03 5157 5211.
    Website - 03 5157 5...

  • Buchan Football Club ---- Visited: 60 Times


    Listing id: 2889

    The club may be reached thru The Secretary PO Box 8, BUCHAN VIC 3885.
    Website -

  • Bulleen Templestowe Amateur Football Club ---- Visited: 64 Times

    Lower Templestowe

    Listing id: 560

    Home Ground: Ted Ajani Reserve, Thompsons Road, Lower Templestowe. (Melways 32 K8). 

  • Bulleen Templestowe District Junior Football Club ---- Visited: 60 Times


    Listing id: 561

    Welcome to the Bulleen Templestowe District Junior Football Club website. The mighty Bullants are the result of a merger between the Bulleen Junior Football Club and the Bulleen Templestowe Junior Football Club in 1990.  

  • Bullioh Football Club ---- Visited: 59 Times


    Listing id: 2966

    Participating in the Upper Murray Football League   

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

    Buln Buln

    Listing id: 1617

    There are no actual official records (e.g. Team Sheets / Minute Books etc ) available about early teams but the following information has been gathered mainly from early newspaper reports.  The first reports of a team from the Buln Buln / Brandy Creek area go back as far as 1880.This is just three years after the Melbourne Suburban Clubs formed the Victorian Football Association in 1877. 

  • Bungaree Football Club ---- Visited: 54 Times


    Listing id: 1570

    Address: Cnr Creswick + Old Melbourne Rd., Bungaree, Victoria, 3350, Australia.

  • Buninyong Football Club ---- Visited: 76 Times


    Listing id: 1571

    The club may be contacted thru PO Box 87, Buninyong, 3357 - Ph# 0437 079455.
    Website 0437 079...

  • Bunyip Football Club ---- Visited: 51 Times


    Listing id: 1618

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 13, Bunyip, VIC 3815.

  • Calder Cannons Football Club ---- Visited: 69 Times


    Listing id: 45

    Established in 1995, the Calder Cannons Football Club (FC) provides young talented footballers with an opportunity to reach their ultimate potential in the sport of Australian Rules Football. 

  • Calivil United Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times


    Listing id: 2763

    The club may be reached thru the President-Rod Lea Calivil Mail Rd, Calivil, VIC 3573.

  • Campbells Creek Football Club ---- Visited: 64 Times

    Campbells Creek

    Listing id: 2780

    Participating in the Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League.

  • Camperdown Football Club ---- Visited: 70 Times


    Listing id: 1818

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 72, Camperdown, VIC 3260.

  • Canterbury Football Club ---- Visited: 93 Times


    Listing id: 666

    The Canterbury Football Club was established in 1881 (just 4 years after the VFA was established) and remains one of the oldest Australian Rules Football Clubs in the country. CFC joined the Box Hill Reporter League in 1903 in the league's second year, and a few decades later, became one of the prime movers in the formation of the Eastern Suburban Football League. 

  • Caramut Football Club ---- Visited: 54 Times


    Listing id: 2809

    The club may be reached thru C/O 9 Best Street Winslow Vic, 3281.

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


    Listing id: 2781

    The club may be reached thru the President Bernard Tatchell, Baringhup Road, Carisbrook , Victoria , 3464.

  • Carlton Football Club ---- Visited: 68 Times


    Listing id: 3070

    The Carlton Football Club has been aligned to the Northern Bullants since the 2003 season and both clubs enjoy a great working relationship providing numerous benefits for everyone involved.

  • Carngham Linton Football Club ---- Visited: 56 Times


    Listing id: 2752

    The history of the Carngham Linton Football Netball Club dates back to approximately 1874, where matches were played between the Carngham Football Club and the Linton Football Club. There are also records of 2 games played between the clubs around 1880.  In both these games Carngham Football Club were the successors, 1 goal to nil.

  • Casey Scorpions Football Club ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Cranbourne East

    Listing id: 33

    The Springvale Football club was formed in 1903 just after the turn of the century. The Club first started playing in the Mulgrave Football Association and in 1911 the Club transferred to the Berwick District Football Association where it won its first premiership.

  • Casterton Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times


    Listing id: 2985

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 23, Casterton, VIC 3311.

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


    Listing id: 1435

    The Castlemaine Football & Netball Club is based in the rural township of Castlemaine, Vic and joined the Bendigo Football League in 1925. It was in 1859, that the actual Castlemaine Football club was formed, making last year, 2009, the 150th anniversary of the club.

  • Catani Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times


    Listing id: 1619

    We always welcome new club people and players.

  • Caulfield Bears Football club ---- Visited: 68 Times


    Listing id: 80

    The Caulfield Football Club was formed in 1993 after the merging of two clubs St. Kevins Ormond F.C. and St. Andrews Gardenvale Football Club.

  • Caulfield Grammarians Football Club ---- Visited: 72 Times


    Listing id: 562

    The Caulfield Grammarians Football Club (originally called the Old Caulfield Grammarians came into being in 1920 when a group of old boys decided that they would enter a team in the Metropolitan (later Victorian) Amateur Football Associatin's competition, which was being resumed after the First World War.

  • Central Highlands Football League ---- Visited: 56 Times


    Listing id: 3141

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 1334, Ballarat Mail Centre, VIC 3354.

  • Central Murray Football League ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Swan Hill

    Listing id: 1583

    The CMFL came into existence in 1997, with the merger of the Mid-Murray Football League and the Northern & Echuca Football League. Geographically the league adjoins the Murray River with Swan Hill and Kerang being the two largest and most central towns. The CMFL is bounded by Balranald in the north and the most southern club, Leitchville-Gunbower.

  • Chadstone Football Club ---- Visited: 74 Times


    Listing id: 563

    The Chadstone Football Club (formerly Syndal Tally-Ho) is an Australian rules football club based in Chadstone, Victoria, Australia. The club participates in the Victorian Amateur Football Association D4 league. The club also has a team which participates in the Football Integration Development Association (FIDA) competition for players with an intellectual disability.

  • Chelsea Football Club ---- Visited: 83 Times


    Listing id: 2821

    The Club is delighted to announce a 5 year Corporate Sponsorship with The Castello Group. The Castello Group are owners and operators of a number of Hotels including The Longbeach Hotel in Chelsea.

  • Chelsea Heights Football Club ---- Visited: 96 Times


    Listing id: 114

    Chelsea Heights Football Club is located at Beazley Reserve on Thames Promenade, Chelsea Heights. The club plays in the Southern Football League in Metropolitan Melbourne. Historically, the club made its ground in the now redundant South West Gippsland Football League, where it played teams from the Mornington Peninsula and Westernport Bay areas.
    Website 0403 729 ...

  • Cheltenham Football Club ---- Visited: 68 Times


    Listing id: 115

    Known as the Rosellas, the early Cheltenham Football Club sides began playing on a regular basis in 1895, and would travel long distances by steam train to play country teams, such as Ballarat where they would arrive at their destination, play the match, socialise then return to the station. Opposition players and supporters would give 3 hearty cheers on their departure.

  • Chiltern Football Club ---- Visited: 67 Times


    Listing id: 2954

    The Chiltern Football Club is a proud club with a history of success in the Chiltern and District Football League/Association (12 1st XVIII premierships 1912-1953) and the Ovens and King Football League (10 1st XVIII premiership 1954-2002). In 2003 the clubs members voted in overwhelming favour to join the strong Tallangatta & District Football League where we are yet to taste the ultimate success after narrowly missing out in 2006, but the challenge is there to create more history for our club.
    Website -

  • Chirnside Park Football Club ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Chirnside Park

    Listing id: 667

    Chirnside Park Football Club was formed in 1978 by Tommy Hardstaff, who saw the need for the young in a growing community. The club was originally part of the Chirnside Park Country Club and played in Melbourne guernseys.

  • Churchill Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times


    Listing id: 2875

    The Churchill Football Netball Club is a sporting club which offers the local and surrounding community the opportunity for sporting and social development in a family friendly environment.

  • Clayton Football Club ---- Visited: 101 Times


    Listing id: 117

    Clayton FC home ground is located at Jack Meade Oval, Haughton Rd, Clayton.

  • Clunes Football Club ---- Visited: 58 Times


    Listing id: 1572

    In 1931, Clunes was one of the founder members of the Clunes Football Association, reaching the competition's inaugural grand final, but losing by 3 points to Smeaton. The club's first CFA premiership came after its next grand final appearance three years later.