Graeme Anderson (footballer, born 1953) Syd Anderson (footballer, born 1949) Andy Angwin. Events (1) News (443) Recent News. Many great players have played for, or coached Port Melbourne over its proud history. Historian Terry Keenan theorised that the likeliest reason for Port Melbourne's exclusion was the reputation for the poor behaviour that its players and spectators had developed over the previous deca…

Our Past Players and Officials Association continue to do wonderful fundraising work, raising money for the club as well as a special ‘Player Welfare Fund’ to help current and past Borough players in need. Events (1) News (443) Recent News. PDF: PMFC Player List 1886 – 2017. Past Players Officials - Port Melbourne - SportsTG, fixtures, results, ladders, statistics, news and events for the Port Melbourne Football Club - The Borough, on SportsTG, the Home of Grassroots Sport Content responsibility of website administrator. The club had very strong links with the Port Melbourne community, arguably the strongest community relationship within the VFA; local juniors often held stronger aspirations to play for Port Melbourne than for the VFL's South Melbourne – which by the 1950s was perennially struggling and to which the Port Melbourne area was Traditionally the Borough's greatest rivals are the The Port Melbourne Football Club's Guernsey is royal blue with red vertical stripes. ... COMMUNITY: St Michael’s Partners with Port Melbourne Football Club; Categories.

The Port Melbourne Football Club was founded in 1874. Port Melbourne members and supporters are encouraged to refer below for communication from PMFC Past Players and Officials Secretary Gary Brice regarding... Read More 0

In 1886, the Club was admitted to the Victorian Football Association (now the Victorian Football League) making it one of the oldest and most famous football Clubs in Australia. The list is exhaustive but includes names like triple Brownlow Medallist Bob Skilton, Ron Barassi, Tom Lahiff, "Mopsy" Fraser, Frank Johnson, Peter Bedford, the Goss brothers, Fred Cook, Damien Drum and more recently, David King. Port Melbourne has been the only Club to participate in every VFA / VFL season since then. Thanks to the recent work of Terry Keenan and Tony Bucci, the Port Melbourne Football Club are delighted to announce to the public the full listing of players to don the red and blue over the course of the past 133 years (links to PDF and Excel files attached below). Bobby Allison (footballer) Ron Alsop. Bob Atkinson (footballer, born 1930) Bill Ayling. PMFC Office Closure – 6/8/2020. Thanks to the recent work of Terry Keenan and Tony Bucci, the Port Melbourne Football Club are delighted to announce to the public the full listing of players to don the red and blue over the course of the past 134 years: SURNAME / GIVEN NAME / FIRST PLAYED / PLAYER NUMBER HANNEYSEE W BILLY 1886 1 BANNER 1886 2 COFFEY J JOHN 1886 3 The club song is sung to the tune of "You're a Grand Old Flag". George Allen (footballer, born 1928) Stephen Allender. The policy remained in place until the late 1950s.Port Melbourne went on to become one of the strongest clubs in the VFA, and today still attracts some of the biggest crowds to its games. In 1897, Port Melbourne was left out of the group of eight clubs which formed the breakaway VFL competition, despite having regularly been about the sixth- or seventh- best performing team onfield. The Borough joined the Victorian Football Association(VFA) in 1886 and has played in every season since then. Australian Football and Melbourne Hall of Fame member, Team of the Century member, … During a 1928 waterfront strike in Melbourne, a wharf labourer protesting the use of scab labour was shot by police; as a result, the club banned any police from playing with them. The club, and the suburb of Port Melbourne in general, were heavily associated with wharf labourers and the union movement.