Premiership Pennant Unfurling 17.4.12
Juniors 2009 U12s Premiers
PFC Community Sport Program Footy Fun Day 2012
PAFC Ball July 2012
1949 Under 16 Premiers
Spectrum On Chapel
Club Theme Song
Code of Conduct
Best and fairest 2013
Reserves premiers 2014
Jack Morgans Lunch Re-Union 2014
More Jack Morgans Lunch Re-Union 2014 Pix
Best & Fairest & Presentation Night 2014
Jack Morgans Luncheon 2015
Gala Luncheon 2016
Presentation Night 2016
First PFC netball premiership
Good Sports policy 2017
Presentation Night 2017
Gala Luncheon 2018
Prahran Football Club History
Assumption College History
Premiers & Champions 2011
Southbank, State Bank, Commonwealth Bank history
Prahran Juniors History
Team Of The Century
Team Of The Century July 2002
Team Of The Century Pen Pic
Team Of The Century ruckman Graeme McMahon
Paddy Walsh dies April 2014
Vale Sid Hill
Assumption Old Collegians honour board
Contact Us 2020
Code Of Conduct
PFC Risk Management Policy 2019
Contact Us 2020
Michael Bremner 100 games
Blayne Dempsey 100 games
Ryan Costin 100 games
Paul Donahoo 100th senior game June 14
Jack Matherson plays his 150th senior game
Games played 2016-career
Games played 2017-career
Sponsored Players 2017
Games played 2018-career
Games played 2019- career
Coaching Staff Contacts 2020
PFC Junior Honour Board
James Hird flag
Stonnington Primary School and co sponsored PFC jumpers
Tom Langdon returns home
Tom Langdon drafted to Collingwood
Community Sport Program 2016
Community Sport Program 2017
Prahran Juniors contact us 2017
Prahran Juniors History
Community Sport Program 2018
Sponsorship & Membership
Jack Morgans Prahrantonians 200 Club 2018
PAFC Membership 2019
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SOUTHBANK Amateur Football Club evolved from the State Savings Bank and then Commonwealth Bank.
In 1994 the club changed its name to Southbank Football Club as the Commonwealth Bank stopped
providing sponsorship dollars. We felt that the name Southbank not only
represented our geographical location it also reflected our "Bank"
Prahran (VFA) went into recess at the end of 1994. About half a dozen players and half a
dozen committee/supporters came across to Southbank FC for the 1995 season.
In 1995 we moved from Albert Park to one of the grounds beside Rod Laver Arena in Swan St
due to the impending Grand Prix works at Albert Park.
At the end of the 1996 season the VAFA adjusted the composition of the sections for D
grade and below so despite winning 8 or 9 games we were relegated to E South
section for 1997.
Coached by current Collingwood recruiting guru Derek Hine, the club had an outstanding
year in 1997 winning the senior premiership without losing a game
(Premiers & Champions) and the reserves also winning the flag (but lost
their only game for the year in the 2nd semi final). Seniors defeated St
Pats/Mentone and the reserves defeated Oakleigh.
In 1998 the seniors lost the D grade grand final to Whitefriars but earnt promotion to C
At the end of 1998 Southbank were forced to re-locate away from the Swan St ground as works
commenced on building what is now Hisense Arena. Prahran FC had traded its way out of debt and was keen to establish a team again. The basic situation was that Prahran could get a ground (Toorak Park) but had no team and Southbank had a team but no
ground. It was agreed that we would merge with Prahran FC to become Prahran
Amateur Football Club for the 1999 season.
Prahran was unable to secure Toorak Park for the 1999 season due to a council vote on appeal in favour of Old Xavierians so
the club played out of Royal Park in Parkville.
The club moved to Toorak Park for the 2000 season sharing the ground with Old Xaverians which continues to this day.
relegated to D grade.
prelim final to Ormond in D grade.
first Semi to Hampton rovers in D grade.
relegated to D2 grade.
relegated to D3 grade.
At the end of 2010 we held talks with ex- Assumption students that were trying to get a team
into the VAFA but could not find a suitable ground. We were struggling to get a
good supply of kids coming through our juniors and thought the Assumption
football nursery might provide that vital influx of young players.
The club changed its name to Prahran Assumtion FC for the 2011 season. Coached by Leigh
Stafford seniors went through the season undefeated and won the D3 Grand Final
against Monash Gryphons by 70 odd points. After losing the first two games of
the year the reserves then didn't lose another one until losing to Uni High
School OBs by 8 points in the GF. We had around 10 ex-Assumption players spread
across the seniors and reserves.
In 2012 the seniors lost the grand Final to Bulleen/Templestowe by 2
points . Reserves lost in the first semi. Club promoted to D grade for 2013
(History by Neil Wallmeyer)