Federal Football League

From its inauguration in 1909 to its demise in 1981, the Federal Football League (previously know as the Federal Football Association) was one of the premier football competitions in the south east of Melbourne.

The FFL is one of the three precursor leagues that helped  form the current Southern Football Netball League, with many Federal clubs still competing in the SFNL today.

Click on the below links to read about the rich history of the Federal Football League or scroll down the page to view historical photos.

Federal Football League History

Federal Football League Grand Finals

Federal Football League Best & Fairest Winners / Leading Goalkickers

 

The history of the Federal Football League has been compiled by SFNL historian Ross McCulloch. If you have any information you would like to add to these historical records, feel free to get in touch with Ross on 0408 059 472 or via email at rossmcculloch24@gmail.com

 

Cheltenham FC - 1909 Premiers
Cheltenham Football Club – 1909
Mentone FC - 1909
Mentone Football Club – 1909
Mordialloc FC - 1909
Mordialloc Football Club – 1909
Elsternwick District FC - 1910
Elsternwick District Football Club – 1910
Black Rock Football Club - 1912
Black Rock Football Club – 1912
Middle Brighton FC - 1915 Premiers
Middle Brighton Football Club – 1915
Moorabbin Football Club - 1928
Moorabbin Football Club – 1928
Cheltenham FC - 1934 premiers
Cheltenham Football Club – 1934
Black Rock Football Club - 1935
Black Rock Football Club – 1935
Chelsea Football Club - 1937
Chelsea Football Club – 1937
Highett FC - 1939
Highett Football Club – 1939
McKinnon Football Club
McKinnon Football Club
Black Rock FC - 1949
Black Rock Football Club – 1949
Federal Football League Under 18 representative team - 1950
Federal Football League Under 18 representative team – 1950
Black Rock Football Club - 1954
Black Rock Football Club – 1954
Mentone Football Club - 1967
Mentone Football Club – 1967
East Malvern Football Club - 1969
East Malvern Football Club – 1969
PRFEMIERS NAMES 1974
Highett Football Club – 1974
Parkdale Football Club - 1978
Parkdale Football Club – 1978