History - Camperdown Football Netball Club
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History

History

Nestled at the bottom of picturesque Mount Leura, the Camperdown Football Netball Club is a family-oriented sporting organisation with a rich history competing in the Hampden Football Netball League.

 

Joining as one of the founding members in 1930, Camperdown has matched on-field success with off-field development over its 90-year existence in western Victoria’s number one football/netball competition.

 

The club has won numerous football premierships including six at senior level and while still yet to win an open netball premiership, the club has an excellent strike rate of playing finals on the netball court.

 

Camperdown has also produced many AFL/VFL footballers and coach including current Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley, Western Bulldogs premiership skipper Easton Wood, Essendon champion Scott Lucas, Richmond midfielder Paul Broderick and Gold Coast Suns AFLW mentor David Lake.

 

Off the field the club lays claim to some of the best sporting facilities in country Victoria, with a state-of-the-art function centre and home changerooms, electronic scoreboard and more recently the installation of new lights which will enable the club to play night games.

 

The club is also proudly recognised within the community, with local residents joining players, members and officials for community teas on Thursday nights during the football season.