1964-1965; 1971 onwards
Victorian Amateur Football Association
- Founded in 1961 and commencing in the VAFA in 1962 as "Monash University Football Club", the Monash Blues were the senior football team on Monash University's home campus at Clayton. In 2000 the 'Whites' and the 'Blues' football clubs merged and, commencing with the 2001 season, the 'Whites' began playing as the "Monash Blues" side in the VAFA's Club XVIII competition.
The Blues currently play in Premier B of the VAFA, fielding teams in the Seniors, Reserves, Thirds (the 'Whites'), Club XVIII (2) and Under 19s... and in Season 2017 we have entered our first Women's team - now playing in Development Division 1.
- Opening its doors to its first students at the Wellington Road, Clayton site in 1961, Monash University is now Australia's largest and most international university. With over 63,000 students, the university boasts five campuses in its home state of Victoria, a campus in Malaysia and one in South Africa, as well as centres in the Italy, India and China. The university's original Clayton campus, the largest of its eight, is home to the 'Blues' and the 'Whites'. The majority of Whites' players over the years have come from the ranks of students and graduates of Monash Uni.
- Thanks to Bev Olbrich for her assistance in accessing team photos and historical records.
The Monash University Alumni Office is the contact point for all matters to do with the University for those who attended Monash. All alumni can take advantage of the range of activities, events, Australian and international contacts and benefits the university coordinates. Alumni, please visit the site and make sure that your contact details are up-to-date.
Our thanks to Bev Fryer and Michelle Pearson for their assistance in promoting our 2004 reunion and our website.
The Archives currently house records of permanent value from Clayton, Caulfield, Peninsula and Gippsland campuses ... and plenty from the Monash Whites Football Club. Please visit their MONPIX Image Database and see if you can assist with the identification of any of the football team photos from the 70s.
Thanks to Lyn Maloney and Brenda Le Grand for access to the University's extensive historical archive.
The revamped version of Simon Raynor's original MWFC site.
[It is important to highlight that this site has not been updated since 1999. Contact details, links and other information on the original site are largely out-of-date.]
Founded in 1892 as the Metropolitan Junior Football Association, the football teams of Monash University have played in the "Ammos" since 1962.
Our thanks to Kate Balme and the VAFA for access to the Association's extensive historical archive.
The peak body for Australian rules football in Victoria (formerly "Football Victoria"). It covers 89 leagues and over 1,200 clubs, and oversees, supports and guides football bodies across the State, including our VAFA.
After its first season in 1981, the league now has 36 clubs spread over metropolitan Melbourne and country Victoria. The VWFL is the most rapidly growing football league in the state.
Commencing in 1980, the league now has 37 clubs in and around Melbourne and satellite towns with divisions for the Over 35s (Supers and Masters) and Over 47s (Legends).
Established in 1897, originally as the Victorian Football League (VFL), it is Australia's premier football competition and finest example of the skills and strength of our wonderful game. It is also the keeper of the laws of the game.
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