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Behind the Goals- The History of the VCFL


The history of the VCFL can be enjoyed for many years to come, with the launch of Paul Daffey’s latest book, ‘Behind the Goals- The History of the VCFL’.

Umpiring group make history

A group of Southern Umpires Association (SUA) members have made history as the first ever all-female umpiring panel to adjudicate a final. Pulling on the umpire’s uniform for Sunday’s Under 19 Peninsula Football League match between Langwarrin and Seaford, the

V/Line Cup History

Click on the links below for articles on previous V/Line Cup competitions. 2016 Articles Photo Galley- Boys Photo Galley- Girls 2015 V/Line Cup Photo Gallery V/Line Cup & Youth Girls Shield Begin V/Line Cup Fixture Youth Girls Shield Fixture 2014

Herald Sun Shield History

AFL Victoria’s Herald Sun Shield Boys – Champions 1977 – 2014 Year School Year School 1977 Melbourne HS 1997 Parade College 1978 Moorabbin Technical School 1998 Parade College 1979 CBC St. Kilda 1999 St Patrick’s College 1980 Assumption College 2000

FitzGerald creates history

It’s an historic weekend in Victorian football as we celebrate an outstanding achievement by North Ballarat coach Gerard FitzGerald. North Ballarat’s home match against Frankston marks the 314th VFL game that FitzGerald has coached, in a career now spanning three

AFL Victoria Country History

1927: Victorian Country Football League founded. Eight Districts named: Ballarat, Bendigo, Gippsland, Gippsland South, Goulburn Valley, Ovens & Murray, Western and Wimmera. 1928: VCFL Constitution and Rules issued in print form. 1930: Mornington District named. 1931: Corangamite District named. 1933: Murray Border and Riverina Districts

AFCA History

The Australian Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Victorian Branch was formed in December 1987, under the direction of VFL Development Manager Kevin Sheehan, with Allan Jeans as the inaugural president. They were supported by a committee comprised of Vice President Bernie

Auskick – History

History Until the 1960’s, Australian Football reigned supreme as the dominant winter sport for boys. During the 1960’s however, other sports and activities such as soccer and basketball began to increase in popularity, prompting the Victorian Government to form the


21 year old female field umpire Eliza Broadbent created history on 17 April when she became the first female to field umpire an Eastern Football League senior game, Forest Hill vs Canterbury.

Women make history on the G

In a first for women’s football, the Victorian Women’s Football League premier division preliminary final will be held at the MCG this Saturday.