Football at Casey Fields

Casey Scorpions VFL Football Club

In April 2005, the City of Casey, Football Victoria and the Scorpions Football Club jointly announced the relocation of the Scorpions to a new home at Casey Fields in Cranbourne East from the 2006 football season.

On Saturday 29 April 2006, the new $4.2 million Victorian Football League (VFL) football facility constructed by the City of Casey was officially opened by the Hon Steve Bracks, Premier of Victoria. More than 2,000 people were on hand to witness the first ever home game of the Casey Scorpions against the Box Hill Hawks with the Casey Scorpions triumphing by 42 points.

The Casey Scorpions is the VFL aligned side of the Melbourne Football Club. The Casey Scorpions home games provide local residents with an opportunity to see stars of today and tomorrow go through their paces as they try to gain selection in the AFL side.

The Casey Scorpions, previously the Scorpions and prior to that the Springvale Football Club, has a proud history having been VFA / VFL Premiers on six occasions and previously having won 15 other league competitions.

Visit the Casey Scorpions website.

Cranbourne Football Club

Cranbourne Football Club utilise the VFL oval for some home matches. The club also trains and plays at ovals 2 & 3 where Council has supported its relocation from EG Allen Reserve at the Racecourse.

The club fields teams in the MPNFL (Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League) and a senior women's team in the VWFL (Victorian Women's Football League).

Visit the Cranbourne Football Club website.

Devon Meadows Junior Football Club

Devon Meadows JFC commenced using ovals 2 & 3 for training and matches in May 2006. The club fields junior teams in the MPJFL (Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League) and now utilises ovals 4 & 5. The club also hosts regional junior football events at Casey Fields.

Click here to visit the Devon Meadows Junior Football Club.

Youth Girls Football (South East Juniors)

Football Victoria commenced use of Casey Fields for the 2006 season as the home of their Youth Girls Footy-pak Cup.

The youth girls competition is now under the umbrella of the South East Juniors. Teams compete in weekly home and away matches and finals on ovals 2 & 3.

Visit the South East Juniors Youth Girls Football website.