The Beverley Hills Junior Football Club has been recognised by AFL Victoria's Quality Club Program with Gold Accreditation. After being awarded the Gold accreditation in 2013 to become the first and only YJFL club to achieve the status.
The Beverley Hills Junior Football Club is one of four clubs out of over 1200 clubs in Victoria to have this level of accreditation. Gold Level is the highest awarded level and is a recognition of exceptional club administration.
AFL QUALITY ACCREDITED
Welcome -Beverley Hills Junior Football Club
Welcome to the Beverley Hills Junior Football Club. Founded in 1967 and one of the foundation members of the YJFL, we are a vibrant, spirited and highly respected family club with the development of young people in football and life skills at the root of everything we do.
Our aim is for young people to leave our club not just as better footballers but as better people and we are proud of the many community and social responsibility programs we offer throughout the year to achieve this.
Our club provides a safe and welcoming environment for all people to participate no matter your age or ability
From humble beginnings The Beverley Hills JFC has grown significantly and today has over 300 boys and girls in 15 teams and in all age groups, from Auskick to U17 Colts.
The club also hosts a range of social activities throughout the year, including monthly family nights which provide a great opportunity for everyone to get together and have fun.
Our success is only possible through the fantastic support of our many sponsors, parents and supporters ‘Great people make Great clubs’
In 1967 a Public Meeting was called by the Fitzroy Football Club, the outcome of which was the formation of the Doncaster and District Junior Football League, of which Beverley Hills was a foundation member. At a meeting held in December 1967, at the home of John Thompson, it was decided in conjunction with Les Smith and Jim Tonkin to form a football club in the East Doncaster area.
A further meeting was held and other interested persons were invited. At this meeting a constitution was adopted, Les Smith was elected President and John Thompson was elected Secretary. All other positions were filled and it was decided to field sides in both competitions provided by the League, Under 12’s and Under 14’s in 1968.
After considerable discussion regarding a name for the Club and due to the total lack of funds and equipment, it was decided to call the club Beverley Hills Football Club, as it was thought that with this name, the Club may be able to borrow jumpers from the Beverley Hills Primary School. Read More