The Southern Mallee Football League (SMFL) was an Australian rules football competition that finished in 1996 based in the Mallee region of Victoria, Australia. The league featured three grades in the Australian rules football competition, being First-Grade, Reserve-Grade and Under 16s.
The Southern Mallee Football League was formed in the 1932 and continued until 1996 when it merged with the Northern Mallee Football League to form the Mallee Football League (Victoria).
|Club||Years in comp||SMFL Premierships||Moved to|
|Berri-Culgoa||1979-1996||3||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Beulah||1932-1996||18||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Brim||1932-1996||5||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Hopetoun||1936-1996||13||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Jeparit*#||1957–1959, 1990-1996||0||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Lascelles||1946-1950||2||Merged with Woomelang|
|Nullawil||1979-1996||3||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Rainbow*||1937-1996||3||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Rosebery||1932–1938, 1951-1954||1||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Warracknabeal#||1957-1959||0||Wimmera Football League|
|Woomelang||1940-1950||1||Merged with Lascelles|
|Woomelang-Lascelles||1951-1996||6||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|Yaapeet||1946-1996||4||Mallee Football League (Victoria)|
|1941-1945||No Competition Due To War|
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