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The Mosman Park Redbacks have two home grounds. Auskick happens every Sunday from 9am to 10.30am at Mann and Davis Ovals, just off Lochee St. Auskick season starts in early May, and you can register here.

The Juniors play at Tom Perrott Reserve on McCabe St. Teams from Year 3 to Year 10 play every Sunday and train usually once a week from 4.30 to 5.30. The Home & Away season begins in late April, and training starts April. You can register here.

Over 110 Years of tradition

In 1906, two years before Richmond joined the VFL and 20 years before Claremont Football Club played its first game, there was a football club in Mosman Park. The team had the less than inspiring name of The Cottesloe Second Rate Football Club, and games were played at Davis Oval, affectionately known as the “Prickle Patch” by the players.

During the World Wars, footy took a back seat but in 1946 the club was revived and was reborn as the Mosman Park Football Club. In 1980, the seniors moved to new headquarters at Tom Perrott Reserve, while the juniors kept playing at Mann and Davis Ovals.

In the last few years, the club has grown bigger than ever. In 2010, the juniors joined the seniors at Tom Perrott, to make room for younger kids at Mann and Davis playing Auskick, which continues to get more and more popular among the local girls and boys.


No-one can remember who wrote it or when it started but the players wearing red and black have sung this song proudly for many years:

The Mossie kids are happy.

The Mossie kids are free.

The Mossie kids are jolly good kids,

jolly good company,

We never fight or quarrel.

We never disagree.

We all come down when (name) says,

come have a kick with me.


Dom te Wierik

Steve Thorpe

Dan Fisher
Abbie Durtanovich

Graham Hogg

Melinda Dredge

Ben Riley

Richard Johnston


Every year so many people give their time to the club. Where would we be without our amazing volunteers! At MPJFC we like to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of those special people who have demonstrated significant and sustained service to our Club by awarding them a Life Membership. Here is our honour board.

Life Membership
Honour Board

Natasha Williams – 2019

Ben Allan – 2018

Dean Farmer – 2018

Kathryn Michael – 2017

Simon Rodwell – 2016

Ian Campbell – 2015

Steve Johnston – 2014

Paul Shaw – 2014

Garry Bishop – 2013

Jake Minear – 2013

Tim Beech – 2013