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The Bacchus Marsh Football & Netball Club has a long and proud history that goes all the way back into the early 1900's. Having great success along the way in the different leagues over the era's, from the Maddingley Football League, Bacchus Marsh Football League all the way into the Ballarat Football League.


The Cobras won their maiden BFL Senior Premiership in the 2016 Grand Final, against Sunbury Lions Football & Netball Club.

The reserve grade footballers winning their first flag against East Point in the 2018 Grand Final.


The BMFNC proudly boasts 4 senior football teams, 6 netball teams and 1 senior girls football team as of 2016.

Our football teams compromise of Under 18's, Reserve and Seniors.

In 2017 we put forward a 3rd's Senior side, aimed at retaining players who still wish to play but cannot commit entirely to schedule of Reserves or Seniors. This side still continues to thrive.

Netball consists of Under 19's, E, D, C, B and A grade which are open age.

Our senior womens football team caters for girls aged 17 and over.


The club also is run by a group of fantastic local volunteers who have either grown up in the club or come into it through their children's involvement or their own.


The club in recent history has had great success with the junior and senior football departments developing boys who have gone onto bigger things with their football dreams. Nick Suban, Liam Duggan & Brenton Payne are three former Cobra boys who have all been picked up by AFL clubs. As of the end of the regular season for 2018, Nick Suban, drafted in 2009, had amassed 156 games for the Fremantle Dockers while Liam Duggan, drafted in 2015, has played 74 games including the AFL Grand Final in 2018.