History

Football is not just about the winning of premierships, however, and the true value of a club such as Kew, which has proudly carried the district banner for well over a century, and whose players continue to take part in the game for intangible rather than fiscal rewards, can not be easily or objectively defined.

Read more about Kew at the Australian Football site – http://australianfootball.com/clubs/info/Kew/2378

The 2015 Grand Final team versus Ormond in VAFA Division 1. Kew won by 30 points, marking their first three-peat in club history.

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The sun sets on the 2014 as players reflect on going back to back for the first time in clubs history against St Mary’s out at Casey Fields.
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Seniors players celebrate the 2013 grand final victory

Kew Seniors line up for the 2013 Grand Final versus Elsternwick at Ted Ajani Reserve, Lower Templestowe.

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Kew Reserves pose for a photo pre game in the 2013 Reserves grand final versus Latrobe University.

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1939 Sub District Grand Final, where Kew went down to South Melbourne District at the MCG

H2008.122/106 - Maybe Coburg Seconds - circa 1939-1941
1935 grand final between Kew and Fairfield at Northcote. Kew drew with Fairfied, but lost the grand final replay the following week

H2008.122/65 - Probably Coburg Seconds, circa 1935-36