Torquay Football Club has a proud history, we joined the BFL in 1971 and proceeded to win both the seniors and reserves premierships that year. We have also won senior premierships in 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1998, 2006 & 2017. Currently we have 32 teams from our seniors through to under 9’s. We are a proud and strong club. 

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Torquay Football Club, Torquay Netball Club and the Torquay Cricket Club are all based at the Spring Creek Reserve.  Facilities at the Spring Creek Reserve available for members and players use include the excellent turf surface and lighting of the football oval, two lit netball courts and social rooms recently upgraded and extended to incorporate an outdoor area.

The Clubs junior development philosophy and policy is to ensure coaches at junior level are appropriately skilled and accredited so that junior players both enjoy playing football and are given every opportunity to reach their potential.

Senior teams are selected on merit; if junior players are capable of playing at a higher level, they will be given the opportunity to do so.

As part of its Junior Development Program, the Club hosts the very successful Auskick program that provides strong links with the local Primary Schools and gives students a fun introduction to Australian football.

The Club facilities and resources are always available to schools and other community organisations that may have a need for such assistance.

The Club Committee welcomes and encourages feedback from members, players and the community on any issue relating to Club activities.

Input is possible by contacting any committee member, or by attending Committee meetings that take place on the second and fourth Tuesday each month at the Clubrooms

It is hoped that all participating in the Club in any way will enjoy the experience and look forward to future involvement.

Limited places are available in some age groups – please contact admin@torquaytigers.com for more information.