Redland Football Club
Australian Rules Football Club
Based in Victoria Point
Primarily named “Victoria Point Australian Football Club” it was founded in 1966 by Mr Ern Dowling. In 1970 the club changed its name to “Victoria Point Redlands Australian Football Club”. In 1972 a further name change took place and the club was now known as the “Redlands Australian Football Club”.
The club has won senior premierships in the South Queensland Football Association Division One (1998/99) and SQAFA Division Two (1975/1987).
In 2000 Redland joined the AFL Queensland State League which it competed in until 2010. The North East Australian Football League (NEAFL) was formed in 2011 and the Redland Football Club as a foundation member continues to play in the NEAFL.
Report: JEFF STEPHENSON PHIL Carse made a triumphant return to Redlands Football Club at the Bomber’s annual jumper presentation telling a big crowd of Bombers’ supporters and sponsors to ready themselves for “one hell of a ride” this NEAFL season. The new...read more
Report: JEFF STEPHENSON WHAT could a poor lad do? He’d just stepped off a ship from Wales after a long, tiresome and anxious voyage, arriving in Australia as an excited, nervous, apprehensive and most likely homesick 10-year-old. His new home was now in...read more
Report: JEFF STEPHENSON SAM Cunnington played his first senior match with Cobden in Victoria’s Western District as a 15-year-old. By the time he was 19 he was club captain. Then, after making the bold move to switch clubs and join arch-rival Camperdown,...read more