Mooroolbark Football Club is a local club located in Mooroolbark Victoria. Founded since 1966, the Mooroolbark Football Club has a strong active member with both boys and girls juniors and seniors teams running.

    Mooroolbark Football Club History

    Club Colours: Green jumper with gold flashes, green shorts.

    Ground Location: Heights Reserve, Longfellow Ave, Mooroolbark. (Melway map ref. 51 K4) Ph: 9725 0612

    Ground Location Juniors: Kiloran Park, Hawthory Rd, Mooroolbark. (Melway map ref. 52 K4)

    CLUB MILESTONES/HISTORY                                                                                                               


    1966 – Mooroolbark were known as the Falcons, and wore green and gold striped guernseys.

    2001 – Mooroolbark were known as the Mustangs, and wore green and gold striped guernseys.

    2003 – Mooroolbark were known as the Mustangs, and wore green guernseys with gold flashes.

    2011 – The “away” strip was introduced, predominately a black background guernsey with the green and gold flashes and Mustang on the front.


    1966 – Mooroolbark FC was founded.

    1967 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1968 – Division 3 – Mooroolbark finished 3rd.

    1969-75 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1976 – Division 3 Grand Final – Bennettswood 15.14.104 defeated Mooroolbark 8.7.55.

    1977-79 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1980 – Division 3 Grand Final – Rowville 19.16.130 defeated Mooroolbark 12.12.84.

    1981 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1982 – Division 2 Grand Final – Bayswater 14.14.98 defeated Mooroolbark 11.7.73.

    1983-86 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1987 – Division 3 Grand Final – Ferntree Gully defeated Mooroolbark

    1988 – Division 3 Grand Final – Mooroolbark 9.6.60 defeated The Basin 8.6.54.

    1989 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1990 – Division 2 Grand Final – Doncaster 17.11.113 defeated Mooroolbark 10.9.69.

    1991-94 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1995-96 – Division 2 – Mooroolbark participated.

    1997 – Division 2 Grand Final – Croydon 14.14.98 defeated Mooroolbark 8.5.53.

    1998-99 – Division 2 – Mooroolbark participated.

    2000-2003 – Division 3 – Mooroolbark participated.

    2005-07 – Division 3 – Mooroolbark participated.

    2007 – U/18’s won the flag.

    2008 – Mooroolbark Seniors play Waverley Blues in Grand Final and lose by two points in a heart stopper.

    2009 – Mooroolbark Seniors defeat Upper Ferntree Gully in the Grand Final and win promotion to second division.

    2010 – Mooroolbark consolidate their position in second division despite a severe run of injuries.

    2011 – Division 2 participated finishing fifth

    2012 – Division 2 Preliminary Final – Rowville defeat Mooroolbark

    2013 – Division 2 Grand Final – Montrose 14.14.98 defeat Mooroolbark 10.10.70

    2014 – Division 2 participated finishing fifth

    2015 – Division 2 participated finishing seventh

    2015 – Division 2 U19’s win the flag in an undefeated season

    2016 – Division 2 Preliminary Final – Wantirna South defeat Mooroolbark

    2017 – Club celebrated its 50th anniversary and announced a “Team of the Half Century”. Click HERE to view the team.

    2017 – Division 2 Preliminary Final – Doncaster East defeat Mooroolbark

    2018 – Heath Black appointed as Senior Coach

    2018 – Division 2 Reserves premiership win, defeating Bayswater

    2019 – Bret Lavars appointed as Senior Coach

    Mooroolbark Mustangs Theme Song

    Green and gold are the colours
    That we are proud to wear
    We are the boys from Mooroolbark
    When we are attacking
    In guts we are not lacking
    That’s very plain to see.
    Never more will we fail
    To the premiership we’ll sail
    Along the road to victory!

    Mooroolbark Football Club Contact Details


    Address: Heights Reserve, Longfellow Ave, Mooroolbark VIC 3138, Australia


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