Who would have thought that Footy in summer would be so popular? Over the last few months, the recently formed MPJFL Academy has gotten underway in style, with the commencement of the Under 13 Boys [...]
Exciting times on the Mornington Peninsula, as October 2021 will mark the launch of the MPJFL Academy! The Academy will offer a wide variety of development opportunities to participants and coaches within the region, and [...]
Congratulations to all the players selected to begin the 2021 MPJFL Under 13s and Under 14s Girls Representative Program, which will commence post season. This program is an exciting opportunity for girls in both the [...]
The MPJFL is committed to being a child safe organisation, with zero tolerance for abuse towards children and young people. We will implement robust child safe practices to ensure that children and young people are included, empowered and protected. The MPJFL will support, and stand with, children and young people at all times.
The MPJFL acknowledges the Bunurong people, Traditional Custodians of the land and waterways and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge we play this great game of football on this land and respect the cultures of all First Peoples and their contribution to our nation.