ABOUT THE MT ELIZA FOOTBALL NETBALL CLUB

The Mt Eliza Football Netball Club fields three senior football teams and five adult netball teams in the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League. Founded in 1968 the club is proud of its history and acknowledges the many generations of past players, volunteers and supporters that have made our club what it is today. Our vision is to provide an environment where the young people of Mt Eliza and surrounds can develop life and sporting skills, supporters and families can visit and feel at home, and outsiders wonder at our successes.

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MAJOR SPONSOR

The Mt Eliza Football Club is proud to have Impact Realty Group as our Major Sponsor again this season.

Their real estate agency is located in the Quinns Estate of Mount Eliza, residing at 2/70 Mountain View Road, Mount Eliza. Their experienced real estate agents assist with buying and/or selling real estate in the areas of Mount Eliza, Mornington, Frankston South, Frankston, Langwarrin, Mount Martha, Seaford and/or surrounding suburbs. If you need a real estate agent, please support our Major Sponsor.

LATEST REDLEGS NEWS

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♥οΈπŸ’™Mt Eliza Junior and Senior football club committee reps, President and Senior coach attended all the AFL South East Club development Conference yesterday.
It was great to see all clubs collaborating and growing together to create a better competition, club experience and environment for all our players, families, volunteers and members.
2024 looks to be a fantastic season for all invo#mpfnlbestleagueinthecountryc#mtelizapridezapride
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Ahead of the Dunkley by-election, ABC Radio Melbourne will broadcast from the Frankston Cinema forecourt on Wells Street tomorrow 3:30pm - 6:30pm (Wed 21 Feb).
Ali Moore and the Drive program will feature the candidates from the major parties and want to hear from as many people in the electorate as possible.
So tune in or get on down to the Frankston Cinema to have your say on all things local...........like The Emil Madsen Uprgade saga that has spanned 2 decades so far!!!
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#upgradeemilmadsenreserve
#StopStallingAli Moore is broadcasting Drive live from Frankston ahead of the Dunkley by-election.

Join ABC Radio Melbourne in the forecourt of Hoyts Frankston on Wells St from 3.30pm to 6.30pm on Wednesday, February 21.

πŸ“» Listen live to ABC Radio Melbourne: ab.co/45ta6OY
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Ahead of the Dunkley by-election, ABC Radio Melbourne will broadcast from the Frankston Cinema forecourt on Wells Street tomorrow 3:30pm - 6:30pm (Wed 21 Feb).
Ali Moore and the Drive program will feature the candidates from the major parties and want to hear from as many people in the electorate as possible.
So tune in or get on down to the Frankston Cinema to have your say on all things local...........like The Emil Madsen Uprgade saga that has spanned 2 decades so far!!!
😠
#upgradeemilmadsenreserve
#StopStalling

Ahead of the Dunkley by-election, ABC Radio Melbourne will broadcast from the Frankston Cinema forecourt on Wells Street tomorrow 3:30pm - 6:30pm (Wed 21 Feb).

Ali Moore and the Drive program will feature the candidates from the major parties and want to hear from as many people in the electorate as possible.
So tune in or get on down to the Frankston Cinema to have your say on all things local...........like The Emil Madsen Uprgade saga that has spanned 2 decades so far!!!
😠

#upgradeemilmadsenreserve
#StopStallingAli Moore is broadcasting Drive live from Frankston ahead of the Dunkley by-election.

Join ABC Radio Melbourne in the forecourt of Hoyts Frankston on Wells St from 3.30pm to 6.30pm on Wednesday, February 21.

πŸ“» Listen live to ABC Radio Melbourne: ab.co/45ta6OY
... See MoreSee Less

Ahead of the Dunkley by-election, ABC Radio Melbourne will broadcast from the Frankston Cinema forecourt on Wells Street tomorrow 3:30pm - 6:30pm (Wed 21 Feb).
Ali Moore and the Drive program will feature the candidates from the major parties and want to hear from as many people in the electorate as possible.
So tune in or get on down to the Frankston Cinema to have your say on all things local...........like The Emil Madsen Uprgade saga that has spanned 2 decades so far!!!
😠
#upgradeemilmadsenreserve
#StopStalling

πŸ™πŸΌThank you Jodie Belyea for continuing the amazing work of Peta Murphy MP Federal Member for Dunkley and for assisting us to ensure the Mornington Peninsula Shire actually deliver appropriate facility upgrades to the 4 sporting clubs within Emil Madsen reserve, not just the 1 Soccer pavilion they are currently proposing.
These 4 clubs have over 2200 athletes between them, one of the largest sporting complexes in the country with the most antiquated buildings - buildings that were actually fully funded & built by the members 50 years ago!
Time for change, time for results!
Let’s go Mornington Peninsula Shire!
Our clubs deserve the facilities all other clubs are easily obtaining , our girls need toilets and change rooms!!!
No more stalling, get the job done!
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#longestmasterplaninworldhistory
#justdoitEmil Madsen Reserve is the heart of our sporting community in Mount Eliza.

But the facilities at the reserve are simply not up to scratch.

Upgrading Emil Madsen was a project that Peta Murphy cared deeply about, and she delivered.

At the last election Peta, Anthony Albanese and Catherine King committed $15 million to upgrade the reserve.

And I am proud to say the Albanese Government has delivered the funding.

This weekend I took Catherine King to visit Emil Madsen with club Presidents.

The Mornington Peninsula Council needs to listen to our clubs in the planning of this project. They need to deliver the $5 million they’ve committed to the upgrade.

Our community knows we need an upgrade to Emil Madsen Reserve that benefits every club.

And if I’m elected on March 2nd, I will work to make sure the $15 million delivered by the Albanese Government is used to do just that.
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πŸ™πŸΌThank you Jodie Belyea for continuing the amazing work of Peta Murphy MP Federal Member for Dunkley and for assisting us to ensure the Mornington Peninsula Shire actually deliver appropriate facility upgrades to the 4 sporting clubs within Emil Madsen reserve, not just the 1 Soccer pavilion they are currently proposing. 
These 4 clubs have over 2200 athletes between them, one of the largest sporting complexes in the country with the most antiquated buildings - buildings that were actually fully funded & built by the members 50 years ago!
Time for change, time for results! 
Let’s go Mornington Peninsula Shire! 
Our clubs deserve the facilities all other clubs are easily obtaining , our girls need toilets and change rooms!!! 
No more stalling, get the job done! 
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⚽️β™₯️🀍
πŸπŸ’šπŸ’›
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#longestmasterplaninworldhistory
#justdoit
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REDLEGS ACADEMY

The John Lloyd-Williams Redlegs Academy

In 2023, The Mt Eliza Football Netball Club was proud to launch the the Redlegs Academy. Through the extreme generosity of Sue Lloyd-Williams, the academy will not only provide amazing support for our footballers transitioning from junior to senior football, but will ensure the John Lloyd-Williams name lives on after his passing. Postie would be so proud!

OUR PEOPLE

It takes an amazing group of people to run a community sporting club. Check out our committee, coaches and officials.

OUR HISTORY

We are proud of our Redlegs history and the many great players, administrators and volunteers that came before us.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL

Learn more about the Mt Eliza Junior Football Club and the many programs they provide for boys and girls.