We build towards the 2015 Senior Season kickoff on 2nd of May and all clubs are now in pre-season training! Now is the time to find a club near you and try your hand at American Football.
No experience necessary! Never played? No problem!
All Gridiron Victoria Clubs are listed here and all of their first sessions are listed below. Be sure to check them out and contact the clubs directly if you are interested in playing this year!
How does it all work?
You’ve probably got a few questions. Head over to the FAQs section and see if we can’t answer it there!
Looking for somewhere to watch the Super Bowl on Monday 2nd February 2015 in Melbourne?
TGI Friday’s stores around Victoria!
Major sponsor TGI Friday’s will be open early and showing the game on their countless big screens around ALL THEIR STORES listed below:
Check out their special menu for the day here and book with your closest store!
- Southland (Cheltenham)
- Jam Factory (Chapel Street)
- Melbourne Central (Melbourne CB)
- Forest Hill Chase (Forest Hill)
- Southbank (Melbourne)
- Epping (Epping)
- Fountain Gate (Narre Warren) – Join the Berwick Miners Gridiron Club here for the big game! Check out their Facebook event.
Seen our TV commercial? Want to follow in the footsteps of Jarryd Hayne?
Make the switch to American Football now and you too could find yourself in the NFL one day. Pre-season training for senior men’s competition starts SOON!
Check out the list of club sign up and rookie training sessions!
We have gridiron teams across metro Melbourne, Ballarat, Pakenham, Geelong and Morwell.
Gridiron Victoria is recruiting men and women for senior and junior competitions as well as coaches, officials and support staff.
Got some questions? View our FAQs page and contact us today!
Monash Warriors star Heath Decker had a conundrum Saturday.
He was scheduled to play Wide Receiver and Quarterback for the Warriors in the 2014 TGI Friday’s VIC BOWL on Bendigo Saturday night at 6pm.
However last Thursday night the head coach at his beloved North Ringwood Aussie Rules club called with a problem: they needed him to play fullback Saturday afternoon against the equivalent of Buddy Franklin in their Eastern Football League semi final.
Tom Kinloch will reached an epic milestone on Saturday 19th July against the Miners.
As he laced up his boots and took the field he reached a milestone that no one in Australia let alone Victoria has ever got close to.
300 games of American Football is a truly incredible feat as most years the season ran only 10 to 14 games which makes his record of longevity only more amazing.
Tom has represented both the Victorian Eagles and the Australian National team in multiple campaigns, served as State and National coach and lead the Croydon Rangers Juniors to multiple Junior Vic Bowls.
Tom was recognised for his achievements as a life member of Gridiron Victoria in 2012.
Congratulations Tom on this remarkable feat from everyone who plays American Football in this country.