Our History

The origins of the Greensborough Junior Football Club are closely linked to the origins of junior football in the Diamond Valley area.

In 1964, Greensborough Football Club President and All-Australian footballer, Joe Murphy, initiated  the introduction of junior football to the Diamond Valley area. In 1966 and 1967 Greensborough fielded one under 15 team in the now disbanded Preston / Reservoir Junior Sunday Football League.

In 1968, the administration of junior football was handed over to the DVFL, and the competition commenced as we know it today.

In 2001, Greensborough Junior Football Club relocated to its current home at Anthony Beale Reserve with 2 grounds and a start of the art pavilion.

All this makes us the oldest club in the Diamond Valley, and in 2024, we will be celebrating our 60th Anniversary. If ever there was a time to pull on our famous green jumper, it's now. 

You can register here.

GJFC is affiliated with Greensborough Football Club, who provide a pathway to senior football. The senior club is in Division 1 of the NFNL and has won 18 A-grade premierships over an illustrious 130-year history.