16th June: Special Effort. Tickets $100

11th July: Cocktail Party - $50 which includes entry and 4 Cocktails. Tickets available soon.

15th August: Club Function - details to be advised soon

TeamApp and Facebook

Berwick Senior Football Club have a new app (TeamApp) that can be joined and will give info on things around the club

Click here to visit TeamApp Link

There is also a Facebook page with the link below

Click here to visit Facebook Link

Memberships 2015

To All past, present & future members of the Berwick Football Club. We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to again be part of the team by renewing your membership for the 2015 season. The footy season is fast approaching. The first game to kick off the season is on 11 April 2015 against Beaconsfield at Beaconsfield. Our first home game is the following week, 18 April against Cranbourne. After all teams making the finals last year and our U17s winning the flag, we are looking for great things from all teams this year. We wish to increase our membership numbers, the attendance at games and attendance at social functions and we would like you, your family and friends to be part of our team. The membership package is $100.00 (Pensioners - $50.00) and entitles the member to · free access to Edwin Flack Reserve for all home games · free access to the BFC social rooms for all home games & training sessions · one vote at general meetings You can also purchase a joint membership for yourself and your partner for $150 (pensioners $100) (providing 2 membership cards). Membership renewal can be completed with various payment methods: Cash, cheque or EFTPOS at training on Tuesday or Thursday or game day at the ground (cheques to be made payable to Berwick Football Club Inc) Payments can also be made on line to BSB - 633000 Account Number – 136053899. Please ensure you provide your name and the word “mship” in the reference. We welcome new members who will need to complete a membership details form available from the social rooms. In addition we would like to invite you to our first selection night on Thursday 9th April from 7.00pm, paralympian Don Elgin will be our guest speaker and our Captain and Leadership group will be introduced. Meals will be available on the night at a cost of $12. If your first chance to purchase a membership is at the first home game on 18/4/15, you will need to pay your gate entry of $10, and your membership price will be reduced by this amount to $90. We look forward to seeing you at the club in 2015.
Mandy Gunn - Secretary

BFC Reserves Sing Song after Preliminary Final WIN 2012

Cam Fletcher - Reserves League Best and Fairest

Congratulations to Cam Fletcher of Berwick Reserves who has been announced winner of the MPNFL Casey Cardinia League Best and Fairest despite many heavy tags throughout the home and away season 2012.

Paul Vanschilt 100 Games

Brad Battin (MP) supports locall footy and BFC in Parliament

Thanks Brad, you are a great Sponsor for BFC and strong supporter of local footy, we all appreciate your valuable ongoing support, keep up the good work!

Berwick Football Club - Past Players Day 4th June 2011

Berwick defeated Beaconsfield in Colts, U18

Cliffy 52 Years at BFC

Past Players United

It was wonderful to see so many of the 1999 Team make it up to berwick to celebrate the clubs fine history, and pay tribute to those greats that once kicked the sherrin around Edwin Flack Reserve.

BFC President Cliff Donegan & Jake Yeilds - Draftstar

Cliff Donegan and Jake Yeilds

BFC proudly supports the BJFC and has sponsored Jakes attendance to the Draftstar Camp 2011 this year. BFC wishes Jake all the best for a successful footy career and hope to see him down at BFC as a supporter and player one day.

Young Gun Nomination - Jack Sheppard

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Young Gun Nomination - Jack Sheppard

Congratulations to Jack sheppard!
Jack Sheppard has this week become the sixth and final nominee for the
Gazette 2010 Casey Cardinia League Young Gun Award.

Berwicks Hard Workers

These are just some of the hard working members of the Berwick commitee and supporter group flying the flag down at Edwin Flack. Not only do these guys make it possible for us players to go have a kick on saturday afternoons, but also make the training nights, thursday night dinners, and club functions so enjoyable. From the left, Chippa, Bobby, Geoffa, Searsy and Brucey. Thanks guys, it is much appreciated..

BFC - Life Members Meeting 27/02/2009

Berwick Football Club - 10 Life Members Attend Meeting 27022009

Over 80 Members and interested persons attended the meeting at BFC

There was a resounding vote for the club to move forward under the
management of a new committee

Berwick Football Club MPNFL Magazine Article - "Season 2009"

Click Link For MPNFL Magazine Article

The 2009 season challenges are being tackled by
BFC Committee, Coaches, Players and Members

New Direction for Berwick FC - April 2009

BERWICK Football Club president Peter Jensen and his committee this week resigned from their positions and vowed never to return to the club. Mr Jensen’s committee stood down at the request of Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League (MPNFL) officials during a crisis meeting on Monday night, making way for a new committee to be led by former president Cliff Donegan. The ‘council of war’ was called in a bid to end a bitter and protracted feud for control of the club, with MPNFL chairman Tony Vagg and senior director Ken Doherty stepping in to mediate between the rival groups. Mr Vagg confirmed that Mr Donegan’s committee would assume control of the club but the league will continue to oversee its administration to ensure a smooth transition. Mr Jensen’s committee members have been invited to reapply for positions on the new committee but the president of seven years said his group would have no further involvement with the club. “We’re finished,” he said on Tuesday. “None of us will be going back to the footy club ever again.” Mr Jensen said the dispute was the result of conflicting visions for the club, with his committee pushing for greater involvement with other local sporting clubs under the collective identity of the Berwick Sports Club. Ultimately, the MPNFL officials were left unconvinced by that vision and decided to side with Mr Donegan and his football-focused committee. Mr Vagg said the new committee had a more realistic plan for the future. “They’ve got a large committee, they’ve got a business plan, they’ve got everything set up – and the other group didn’t have anything,” he said. “It’s sad to see it come to this state because both parties have got good intentions but they’ll now need to work together to get Berwick back on track.” A relieved Mr Donegan thanked the MPNFL officials for their guidance. He said the dispute had threatened to cripple the club on the eve of the 2009 season. “We’ve got two weeks until we’re starting to play football and we didn’t know what was going on,” he said. “Now it’s just full steam ahead to run the footy club and we believe we’ve got some good people who all want the same thing – for the club to be successful on and off the field.” Mr Donegan said he was confident that the club could now move on. “Our main goal now is to get Berwick people back to the club,” he said. “We want to get our life members, our supporters and our ex-players back involved, get our membership up and make sure it’s all positive from now on.” Meanwhile, Mr Jensen said he was disappointed to end his involvement with the club on a sour note. “I’m a bit upset about how things unfolded,” he said. “We all love the club, otherwise we wouldn’t have been there, so it’s a disappointing way to end it.” The Wickers kick-off the 2009 season against Devon Meadows on Saturday 18 April.

Link to news - Berwick Coach Bullish After Recruiting Spree

2009 New Senior Coach Glenn Dale
has been embraced by all new & existing players!

Glenn and his assistant Paul Dale have quickly settled in with the steering committee as a wave of change floods through the club.

Almost 100 players attended the first pre-season training session which ended with a BBQ and drinks.

Since then all training sessions have been solid in the build up to Christmas.

Molly's Tribute

It was a great day for all people associated with this historical event of Brad Molixuex, a.k.a Molly being paid tribute for being the number one games holder, to the berwick football club. Congratulations Molly on a long and alustrious career.

Berwick Football Club - Notice of 2009 Annual General Meeting

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DJ night, Sat April 11, 8:00pm

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