The St. Albans Sports Club is proud to sponsor the following sports clubs:
The St Albans Football Club is a community focused club based at Kings Park Reserve in the heart of St Albans. Founded in 1942, and initially located at Errington Reserve, the club incorporates both Junior and Senior teams, which are reflective of our richly diverse local community. We currently host 2 Senior teams in Division 1 of the WRFL, 5 Junior teams, FIDA and a Superules team. The Club also hosts an Auskick program, and is an advocate for the Western Jets Junior Development game and the WRFL Interleague squads.
Our Mission Statement:
“To strive to teach our members/players to work as a team to achieve an aim, to give every player the opportunity to play at a high level and reach their full capabilities and to experience the ups and downs, highs and lows that team sport brings and to participate in a friendly, safe and well organised environment”
For more information about the St. Albans Football Club or if you would like to join one of our teams, please click the logo above.
The St. Albans Cricket Club was formed in the early 1900’s and used Errington Reserve as its home ground until around 1995 where it relocated its turf wicket to Kings Park Reserve. The St. Albans Cricket Club has Turf & Hard wicket divisions from U10’s to 5 open age senior teams. This is with the VTCA (North A Division).
They also have a Milo cricket program for the juniors. The St. Albans Cricket Club organises clinics in the local schools and operates informational & promotional sessions at local shopping centres.
For more information about the St. Albans Cricket Club or if you would like to join one of our teams, please click the logo above.
St. Albans Caroline Springs Netball Association currently have over 155 teams playing within the Association and cater for the following competitions:
Juniors: U9 and U11 Tuesdays, U13, U15, U18 Fridays at Copperfield College, Sydenham, U11, U13, U15 Wednesday at Caroline Springs,
Open Age: mixed Sundays, Ladies Monday/Wed/Thurs at Copperfield College, Sydenham, Mixed and ladies Wednesday at Caroline Springs.
The Westside Saints have representative teams in U11, U13, U15, U17 and open age play at Parkville at the State Netball and Hockey centre.
For more information about the St. Albans Caroline Springs Netball Association or if you would like to join one of our teams, please click the logo above.
The Hookers & Slicers Golf Club was established in 1992 when a group of members of the St. Albans Football Club sought an alternative past time after their football playing days were over. More importantly the club was established to provide an opportunity for friends to catch up for a social game of golf on a monthly basis.
The club organises these games of golf at selected courses around Melbourne with an annual golf trip to the Murray River region a highlight. The golf trips are keenly attended by the members with any aspiring wife or girlfriend warned well in advance that once a year she will lose her man to the club for a long weekend of golf!
For more information about the Hookers & Slicers Golf Club please visit their website by clicking the logo above.
The Saints Angling Club was established in 2006 after a few members of the Sports Club decided to join their fishing interests together. The Saints Angling Club is for members of the Sports Club who enjoy a bit of fishing. They have meetings on the 1st Tuesday of each month and usually have monthly fishing trips. All new members are welcome to join. The cost is $10 but you must already be a member of the Sports Club to register.
For further information please visit their Facebook page by clicking the logo above.
It is a condition of our support and sponsorship that our sports clubs sign up for the Love The Game initiative run by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation. The Love the Game program is about revelling in the moments that make sport great by disrupting the normalisation of gambling and encouraging fans, players and the broader community to play an active role in making this happen. Click here for more information about the Love the Game initiative.