Anglesea Football Netball Club

The Anglesea Netball Football club was established in 1963 and are known as the Kangaroos. 

Before the founding of the club, the locals played for Freshwater Creek. We started in the Geelong and District Football League in 1963 and 1964 seasons where they played for the Jarman Cup. In 1965 Anglesea was Promoted to the Woolworths cup when the Jarman Cup became a reserve grade for the first division clubs. In 1973 the club crossed from the Geelong and District Football League to the Bellarine Football League where we have stayed ever since. Since our breakthrough senior premiership in 1983, we then added to our senior premiership tally in 1991 and 1999.

The club has had a new makeover at the end of the 2012 season where it received grants to redevelop the facilities. With state of the art facilities, including a fully equipped gym, it provides a great environment for players wanting to play our great game. Since then there has been new light for the footbal oval, additional car parks and we are extremely excited for our upcoming upgrade to our netball facilities.

The Anglesea Football Netball Club strives on being a family club. With two Senior Mens Football (Seniors & Reserves) sides, five Senior Netball (A to E Grade) sides, a Senior Womens Football side all to go along with a fantastic Auskick & NetSetGO programme, six Junior Football (U9s to U19s) sides, an up and coming Womens U16s football side and five Junior Netball (U11s to U19s) sides, the club is very happy and excited about the future.

So if you are looking for a club to join, or a club to support, Anglesea Football Netball Club is the place to be.