Seniors and Reserves 2016 coaches appointed!

Albert Park ARLFC have officially appointed Alan Sutherland to the role of Senior Head Coach for the upcoming 2016 season. Alan comes with an impressive CV, including 6 Premierships, 10 Grand Finals, and 16 Final Series and is eager to add flag number 7 with the Albert Park. Congratulations to the President Matthew

Ready, Set, Go – Division 3 Preview

Division 3 is in many ways the heart and soul of the VAFA. Northern Blues and Richmond Central have left us for greener pastures and South Mornington too, have gone for a spell. Division 3 is a section full of promise, whilst also retaining memories of a bygone era. A

New Players Wanted

Albert Park ARLFC are looking for new players of all shapes, sizes and ability. Albert Park ARLFC are in Division 3 of the VAFA. It’s a strong standard of football so they are seeking players from all types of leagues, whether from the VAFA or any of the other metro and

Has Australia fallen out of love with rugby union?

The Wallabies have returned home after a heavy defeat to England in front of a capacity crowd at Twickenham. Taking a beating from England is never easy for any Australian sports fan, but the result was softened by the fact that the match reports hovered slightly above the weekend’s lawn

2017 – Football Preseason Underway

2017 – Preseason Monday & Wednesdays 6.30 PM – Beaurepaires Pavilion, Oval 20, Aughtie Drive, Albert Park. Get down to Preseason with the Albert Park  Football & Netball Club. Are you carrying a few extra after the racing carnival? Have you just moved to Melbourne and looking for a new club? Do you want

RIP – Brian Christensen

This week, The Albert Park ARLFC lost one of its all time greats.  Brian Christensen sadly passed away aged 83. Brian was a  legend of the Albert Park  and was a great supporters of the club throughout all its years. As a foundation member of the Inaugural ANZ Football Club (now Albert

Home Sweet Home

  This Saturday, round 1 will be held so it is a perfect time that they come back home. Granted that they won’t have full access to the ground and there is still a lot of work to be done to the pitch from the Grand Prix infrastructure but the signs are