Key Pre Season Training Dates

It’s that time of year again, where all the hard work begins. Please see below training dates. New and past players welcome!

Senior Men & U19’s

11/11/2015 – Session 1: Testing day (Hallam Senior College) 6:00 PM

16/11/2015 – Session 2: Skills Training (Hallam Senior College) 6:00 PM

18/11/2015 – Session 3: Strength and Conditioning (Hallam Senior College) 6:00 PM

23/11/2015 – Session 4: Skills (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00PM

25/11/2015 – Session 5: Strength and Conditioning (Hallam Senior College; Gym) Time: 6:00PM

30/11/2015 – Session 6: Skills (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00PM

02/12/2015 – Session 7: Strength and Conditioning (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00 PM

7/12/2015 – Session 8: Skills (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00 PM

9/12/2015 – Session 9: Strength and Conditioning (Hallam Senior College; Gym)

14/12/2015 – Session 10: Skills (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00 PM

16/12/2015 – Session 11: Strength and Conditioning (Hallam Senior College; Gym) 6:00 PM


Senior Woman’s

Every Monday and Wednesday – KM Reedy Reserve, Pound Road, Hampton Park (HSD home Ground) Hampton Park

6:00 PM to 7.30 PM


Again, it’s time to start working hard, Train for what you play for and most importantly be the best you can.


Disclaimer: Training is subject to change so please ensure you keep updated with Team App.



Coaching Group


For all those aspiring female footballers out there to register playing with Hallam Football Club please follow the link below


Each player will be expected to pay a Registration Deposit of the following which can be paid online at their choice during the registration process.

Women: $100.00 Deposit (Payable by end of Feb)

Further to the above, the Junior Portfolio will be holding a registration night at the club on Monday 9th, Febraury 2015 from 6pm to 8pm, any woman’s team members wishing to register and pay their deposit are also welcome to come up on the same evening.

For further details contact Michelle Neve


Mobile No: 0401 871 558


This policy aims to provide a basis for the responsible use and/or non use of alcohol by the Hallam Football Club and to avoid any incidents a people travel to or from the club and its events.

The Club understands and accepts its responsibility to the safety of our members and friends.  The following requirements will apply when alcohol is served, either at the Club or during a Club function.

1. Bar staff shall encourage members and visitors to make alternate safe transports arrangements if they are considered to exceed .05 blood alcohol concentration (or .00 if probationary driver).

2. Telephone calls will be made free of charge to arrange a taxi or other transport.

3. Contact telephone numbers for taxi serves will be clearly displayed.

4. In specific cases, where a designated driver nominated by the Club has accepted the responsibility to drive others home safely, the Club will provide non alcoholic drinks and food free of charge.

5. Bar servers will be provided non alcoholic drinks and bar food free of charge by the Club (only for Club bar staff).

6. Where available Club transport will be provided to/from events held away from the Club.

7. A key register will be implemented.

8. Taxi vouchers will be considered as part of prizes/player awards.

9. The committee will pre-order taxis to arrive at the venue at the conclusion of the function.


The Victorian Women’s Football League is proud to announce our support for the St Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research.

St Vincent’s Institute (SVI) is one of Australia’s leading medical research institutes. Since it’s founding in 1958, the Institute has been at the forefront of medical research advances, both in Australia and internationally.

So why has the VWFL decided to support SVI?

Longtime supporter of the VWFL and SVI board memberSusan Alberti feels as strongly about the importance of the SVI’s research as she does about women’s footy. Susan is a fabulous supporter of the VWFL and we are thrilled in turn to be supporting SVI in 2013.

The VWFL will host our annual ‘Women in Football’ lunch on Saturday 6 July where we will promote and fundraise for SVI.

Scientists at SVI conduct medical research into the cause, prevention and treatment of common diseases that affect the health of Australians.

Diseases studied at SVI include:

• Type 1 diabetes

• Obesity and type 2 diabetes

• Heart disease

• Bone diseases such as arthritis and osteoporosis

• Cancer and the spread of cancer

• Infectious diseases such as Hepatitis and AIDS

• Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders

Six Australians are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes every day, many of them children. SVI has the biggest group of type 1 diabetes researchers in Australia, who are working to find out why the disease occurs (which genes are involved), how it happens (how insulin-producing cells are killed) and finding ways of preventing or curing the disease.

Researchers at SVI helped develop the Australian Islet Transplantation Program, in which patients with difficult-to-control type 1 diabetes are transplanted with insulin- secreting islets from organ donors. Since 2007, seventeen patients have been transplanted and eight of these no longer need to inject insulin. While this Program is only suitable for certain people with type 1 diabetes, valuable offshoots from the Program are forwarding research into how the disease develops in the first place. For example, having received islets from a donor with type 1 diabetes, SVI researchers were able, in a world first, to isolate the cells that are responsible for the destruction of the islets. They are now using this unique resource to try and understand the disease process better and find new ways to prevent it.