Welcome to the Sunbury Masters Football Club

Sunbury Masters Football Club is part of the Vic Country AFL Masters competition. It is football for over 35's, and all about enjoying yourself and having fun.

We field an over 35's & an over 45's team.

There are 11 games for the season played from late March until August, so if you feel like having a kick then come along. Training is currently every Wednesday Night from 6pm at Clarke Oval Sunbury.

The games in the VCMAF league are promoted as "Footy for Fun". The rules are modified to reduce the risk of injury and games are played in great spirit. After the games both teams get together for a drink, chat about the games and hand out some awards, and not just to the best players.

A big focus on Masters Football is mens health, and for this reason we encourage any fellas out there wanting to get active to join our training sessions. There's no gut running or time trials, just a leisurely 90 minute session of rolling the legs over and having a kick of the Sherrin. Even if you don't want to play in the games you are more than welcome to just train.

Latest News:

Season 2020

The season has now officially been cancelled by the Vic Country Masters League.

Training

Our last training session for the foreseeable future will be Wednesday 8 July, as unfortunately Melbourne has been placed back in lockdown.

When we are able to get out and have a kick again it will be communicated, in the meantime we hope everyone looks after themselves.

  • Groups of 20 must not mix with each other and must remain distant, with participants not allowed to swap between groups
  • Strictly no physical contact between players can occur (i.e. no tackling, no bumping, no marking contest)
  • Social distancing of 1.5m must be maintained at all times
  • No access to club rooms, change rooms or wet areas can occur. Access will be permitted for the purpose of one person obtaining equipment, immediately following which the rooms must be locked
  • Groups of 20 must not mix with each other and must remain distant, with participants not allowed to swap between groups
  • No access to club rooms, change rooms or wet areas can occur, other than toilets. Access will be permitted for the purpose of one person obtaining equipment, immediately following which the rooms must be locked
  • Social distancing of 1.5m must be maintained at all times
  • Strictly no physical contact between players can occur (i.e. no tackling, no bumping, no marking contest)
  • Players to be responsible for their own strapping if required
  • No high fives, handshakes or other physical contact.
  • No player massages.

Vale Ted McPhee

The club extends its deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Ted McPhee, who has passed away.

Ted served as Secretary from 1993-1995.

For all of your enquiries please refer to our club contacts on the Committee page.