List of Australian rules football competitions in Victoria

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This is a list of active Australian rules football leagues in Victoria and its active clubs as of 2015.


Victorian Football League

Metropolitan Leagues

Victorian Amateur Football Association

Eastern Football League

Junior Clubs

Essendon District Football League

Northern Football League

Junior Clubs

Southern Football League

Western Region Football League

Major Country Leagues

Ballarat Football League

Bellarine Football League

Bendigo Football League

Central Murray Football League

Geelong Football League

Gippsland Football League

Goulburn Valley Football League

Hampden Football League

  • Camperdown
  • Cobden
  • Hamilton
  • Koroit
  • North Warrnambool
  • Port Fairy
  • Portland
  • South Warrnambool
  • Terang Mortlake
  • Warrnambool

Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League

Murray Football League

North Central Football League

  • Birchip-Watchem
  • Boort
  • Charlton
  • Donald
  • Saint Arnaud
  • Sea Lake Nandaly
  • Wedderburn
  • Wycheproof-Narraport

Outer East Football League

Ovens and Murray Football League

Sunraysia Football League

Wimmera Football League

District Country Leagues

Central Highlands Football League

Colac and District Football League

East Gippsland Football League

Ellinbank and District Football League

Geelong and District Football League

Heathcote and District Football League

Horsham and District Football League

Kyabram and District Football League

Loddon Valley Football League

Maryborough Castlemaine District Football League

Mid Gippsland Football League

Millewa Football League

Mininera and District Football League

North Gippsland Football League

Omeo and District Football League

Ovens and King Football League

Picola and District Football League

Riddell District Football League

South West District Football League

Tallangatta and District Football League

Upper Murray Football League

Warrnambool and District Football League

West Gippsland Football League

Western Border Football League

Junior Football Leagues

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