BENEVOLENT FUND – THANK YOU  Thank you to everyone who has donated to the MFC P&PP&OA Benevolent Fund, via our GoFundMe page. This list recognises all donations made up to Preliminary Final weekend. It is testament to the generosity and willingness of so many to be involved. Every name has a special story, and we look forward to bringing more of these … Read More


Since the early 1950s, the name of Fay Spencer has been inextricably linked to the red and blue colours – not only as the wife of Stuart, but as a strong personality in her own right. From those premierships in 1955 and 1956, through to Stuart’s time as club president and well beyond, Fay was a valued part of the … Read More


Want to catch up on what’s been happening? Take a look at our archive of newsletters – including our most recent newsletter – September-October 2020, keeping in touch during this most unusual season – and get all the news in one place. (Click on link below to open): Newsletter September-October 2020 Newsletter August-September 2020 Newsletter July 2020 Newsletter June 2020 … Read More


All involved with the Melbourne Football Club were saddened to hear of the death of G N (Mike) Kostos. A part of the club community for over fifty years – particularly through Coterie – Mike filled a number of roles. Chairman of Coterie between 1979 and 1981, he also served as a club director in 1984, and was made a … Read More


Please see the attached notice for information regarding the upcoming MFC P&PP&OA AGM, its changed format, and the contact required to be part of this meeting. Annual Meeting Notice 2019


All involved with the Melbourne Football Club were extremely saddened to hear of the recent death of Graham Simpson. Made a Life Member in 1974, Graham was one of a much valued crew, working with the club as a Property Steward from the late 1950s. He remained a devoted supporter throughout his lifetime, and will be greatly missed. We pass … Read More


All involved with the Melbourne Football Club Past and Present Players’ and Officials’ Association were saddened to hear of the recent death of Graeme Watson. Hailing from Ormond Amateurs, Watson played 18 games for Melbourne throughout 1964 and 1965, wearing No. 17. He made a steady transition from football to cricket, going on to play in five Tests and two … Read More


FRANK ‘BLUEY’ ADAMS 1953 to 1964 Heritage Number – 749 Premierships – 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964 Guernsey Numbers – 6 (1955 to 1964); 41 (1953 and 1954) 164 games, 180 goals Renowned for being one of the fastest footballers of all time, Adams holds a supreme record, playing in six premierships with the Melbourne Football Club. He shares … Read More


It was with much sadness that all involved with the Melbourne Football Club heard of the recent passing of past player, Peter ‘Hamma’ Hamilton. Originally from Ulverstone in Tasmania, Hamilton played 52 games for Melbourne between 1976 and 1983, wearing  No. 30 throughout his senior career.  He went on to play in a senior premiership with Prahran in 1987. He … Read More