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Parkside Football Club


Parkside Football Club

Parkside Football Club
Full name Parkside Football Club
Nickname The Devils
Strip Red with white monogram
Founded 1934
League Northern Football League
Ground Pitcher Park, Alphington
Senior Premierships 12
Premierships Years 1954, 1963, 1972, 1982, 1988, 2001, 2009.

The Parkside Football club is an Australian rules football club located 8 km north east of Melbourne in the suburb of Alphington. The clubs home matches are at Pitcher Park in Alphington.

The Parkside Football Club was founded in 1934 and affiliated with the Victorian Amateur Football Association and remained with the Association until 2002.

Season 2003 the club affiliated with the Northern Football League.

Parkside has won twelve premierships, the last in 2009.

2009 Northern Football League Division Three Grand Final Parkside 12.09.81 defeated Hurstbridge 08.17. 65

2010 Northern Football League Division Three Grand Final Parkside 02.07.19 lost to Hurstbridge 07.10. 52

2011 Northern Football League Division Three Grand Final Parkside 11.13.79 lost to South Morang 15.12.102

The club is rich in history and tradition. The clubs most famous VFL/AFL player Ray Gabelich played with Collingwood in the Australian Football League during the 1950s and 1960s.

External links

  • Footypedia
  • Northern Football League website
  • Parkside Football Club Website
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