|Full name||Taylors Lakes Football Club|
|Leading goalkicker||Rhys Deacon (35)|
|Competition||Essendon District Football League|
|Ground(s)||Lionheart Reserve, Taylors Lakes, Victoria|
|Official website|| www|
The Taylors Lakes Football Club, nicknamed the Lions or colloquially the Lakers, is an Australian rules football club located in Taylors Lakes, Victoria, north west of Melbourne. The club originated in 1989 with the intention to field junior sides, and in 1991 affiliated with the Essendon District Football League at a senior level.  The club has competed in the league since 1993, and today fields teams in Division 1 and Division 1 Reserves, as well as a number of junior squads.
The club's home games are held at Lionheart Reserves, which also houses the club's administrative headquarters.
The Lions reached their first grand final in 2008, with a reserves team securing the Essendon District Football League (EDFL) B Grade Reserves premiership.  In 2010, the club's senior and reserve teams qualified for their respective grand finals, with the senior team defeating Pascoe Vale 16.14 (110) to 10.12 (72). This saw the side promoted from B Grade to A Grade for the 2011 season, but would ultimately be relegated into a restructured Division 1 from 2012 onwards.
The club's reserve side has had continued success, winning four consecutive grand finals between 2014 and 2017. 
In January 2019, former Avondale Heights player Charles Cuzzupi was announced as the Lions' new senior coach. 
|Essendon District Football League||Division 1|
|Division 1 Reserves|
(B Grade Reserves)
|5||2008, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017|
Tyson Greenwood Bendigo Bombers / Essendon 2006/2011 played 46 games 28 goals
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