GV is proud to announce the entertainment for the 2015 Vic Bowl on Saturday 15th August.
Following a wildly successful event in Bendigo last year that featured flame throwers and a live HD video stream, the league is expanding its world class offering by adding a world class entertainer.
The finishing touches on the Gridiron Victoria (GV) Operating Rules are now complete incorporating the annual edition of NCAA rule revisions which govern our local competition.
The Executive Committee has agreed to adopt 9 yards as the distance required per set of downs, as opposed to the old fashioned and outdated 10 yard benchmark used in the NFL.
The season mantra of #BiggerAndBetter soars to new heights with a major announcement regarding the 2015 Vic Bowl.
Following the widespread mainstream media coverage last year, the Executive have committed budget towards competing players arriving via similar means this year to capitalize on the exposure.
Warriors Star Heath Decker was whisked by chopper from his Aussie Rules final all the way to Bendigo in time to get changed on the sideline, take to the field and help secure a 3rd straight title for Monash.
Due to unprecedented interest in the Celebration Weekend at the State Hockey Center (Queens Birthday weekend), the event is now SOLD OUT!
Pre-event tickets were initially expected to be limited to players, friends and family members however word quickly spread via social media and sales skyrocketed. So much so that the venue capacity of 2000 has been reached and no further tickets will be available to the general public.
Gridiron Victoria is proud to announce that week 6 of the 2015 Senior Men’s season will be a celebration of #GV2015 with the entire Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend held at the State Netball Hockey Center in Parkville.
Blockbuster men’s fixture now includes the FIRST EVER 11-a-side full kit WOMEN’S AMERICAN FOOTBALL MATCH IN AUSTRALIA!
The 2015 Gridiron Victoria Women’s All Star Game is the showpiece Friday night fixture kicking off at 7:30pm. Two teams comprising the very best players from the biggest and best women’s league in Australia will face off in front of a massive crowd under lights.