BRAYBROOK SPORTING CLUB
The Braybrook Sporting Club is a historic football club that was founded in 1874.
Braybrook is a foundation member of the Western Region Football League (WRFL) and is the leagues most successful club having won the most senior premierships in the competition. Braybrook holds over 40 premierships.
The clubs most recent senior premierships were won in 1990, 1993, 1997 and 1999. The clubs most recently participated in division 1 finals in 2002, when the club finished 3rd after a narrow loss to eventual premiers Hoppers Crossing in the preliminary finals. The club also participated in the division 2 finals in 2004 and 2005.
We are affiliated the WRFL competition and currently field a senior and reserves team in division 2.
Braybrook has been around for 136 years with a rich tradition and history. The club has produced 35+ AFL players, we currently hold the record in Australia for the club that has produced the most AFL players. Our grass roots players include;
Ted Witten 321 games Footscray (Captain AFL Team of the Century)
George Bissitt 9 games Footscray, 41 games Collingwood
Ray Walker 73 games Footscray
Brian Wilson 9 games, Footscray, 39 games Nth Melbourne, 154 games Melbourne, 7 games St Kilda (Brownlow Medallist)
Doug Hawkins 329 games Footscray, 21 games Fitzroy (Footscray record game holder)
Robert Wroenewgen 79 games Footscray
John Cuzzupe 2 games Footscray
Albert Proud 29 games Brisbane Lions
Braybrook's colours are red and black our club jumper is black with a red sash like AFL's Essendon.
Braybrook is a firmly multicultural community based club with a great family and social atmosphere.
Last but not least the credit goes out to all the players, committee, members, coaches, trainers and supporters that have made Braybrook the most historic club in Australia.
You can find the Braybrook ground at:
Cnr of Cranwell and Burke St
Braybrook VIC 3019
Melways ref: 27 B10
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