We offer Men's (16+), Women's (16+) and Under 19's (15- 19) gridiron competitions under NCAA rules.
We have 13 gridiron clubs
spread throughout the Melbourne metro
area, Ballarat, Bendigo, Geelong, Gippsland & Pakenham.
Women’s Semi Finals – Saturday 6th May
Sydney Pargeter Reserve, Endeavour Hills
10:30am: CROYDON RANGERS (1) vs GEELONG BUCCANEERS (4)
2:00pm: MELBOURNE UNI CHARGERS (2) vs WESTERN CRUSADERS (3)
Colts Semi Finals – Sunday 7th May
Brens Oval, Macarthur Parade Parkville – 10:30am & 2pm kickoff
10:30am: SOUTH EASTERN PREDATORS (1) vs GEELONG BUCCANEERS (4)
2:00pm: MELBOURNE UNI LIONS (2) vs WESTERN CRUSADERS (3)
2017 Women’s & Colts VIC BOWL – Saturday May 13th
Ranger Field, Springfield Reserve Croydon
The 2017 Women’s & Colts regular season is now complete. Full results are detailed below.
C – COLTS (15-19 year old)
W – WOMEN’S (16+)
The 2017 Senior Men’s fixture has been released!
The season kicks off Saturday 17th June for 14 rounds. We have 7 teams in division one and 6 teams in division two.
Top four in each division advance to playoffs (1st vs 4th; 2nd vs 3rd) with winners playing for the VIC BOWL and Division Two Championship respectively on Saturday October 14th (date & venue TBC).
Are you aged 11-15 years and keen to start playing American Football now?
Due to an increased number of enquiries from parents with interested young players, South Eastern Predators (SEP) decided to introduce a Junior Varsity (JV) team in 2016. In its pilot year, the boys trained hard and played an exhibition match at the 2016 Junior Vic Bowl against a Pakenham Silverbacks team.
Following a meeting of Gridiron Victoria owners on the Gold Coast this week, history has been made for one of the clubs.
For the first time in GV history, one of the franchises will move to a new location.
Could this be on the horizon for the Raiders?
(April Fools Joke)
Following some confusion on social media and amongst club reps, Gridiron Victoria wanted to clarify two new rule changes for 2017.
Despite rumours of adopting the 3-down rule from the Canadian Football League (CFL), we can confirm that is 100% not happening.
Two new rule changes for 2017 season