Past Players & Officials Day May 27th

We’re holding our past players day for 2017 on May 27th from midday when we host Point Cook.

Entry is $10 which will include lunch and a drink on arrival.

All past players, officials and supporters are encouraged to get down to the club for the afternoon to catch up with some familiar faces and to relive some past memories from the club.

For catering purposes, attendees must RSVP by Tuesday 23rd May. For more information or to RSVP please contact James Nicolas via 0407 511 057 or

Men Rd 5 – Westbourne | Women Rd 2 – De La Salle

It was a frustrating day all round for the Cobras on Saturday, with the Women putting up a solid fight and showing signs of improvement but going down against De La. The Reserves and Seniors missed some of the basics and were lucky the opposition didn’t hit more of their targets in front of goal.

Weekend preview

Women: Hawthorn at The Snakepit, 11:20am, 3rd round lucky! Go Cobs!

Men: Swinburne away at St. James Park.

Continue reading “Men Rd 5 – Westbourne | Women Rd 2 – De La Salle”

Men Rd 4 – Albert Park | Women Rd 1 – SKOB


Four goals to none saw the SKOB Saints victorious over Canterbury Football Club with a 35-9 point win at Canterbury Sports Ground. A dominant first half shaped the win for the Saints, with standout performances from Elena Edgewood, Ebony Davies and Chloe Hunt.

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Canterbury 0.3-3 0.6-6 0.8-8 0.9-9
SKOB Saints 1.2-8 3.5-23 3.5-23 4.11-35


Continue reading “Men Rd 4 – Albert Park | Women Rd 1 – SKOB”

Round 3 2017 – Power House


On Saturday our Women played the last of the grading games. The undefeated Old Trinity continue to prove themselves as a powerhouse of the women’s competition with a big 175-point win against Canterbury Football Club at Hughes Oval. Old Trinity was dominant throughout with multiple scorers and a strong team performance. Emma Hall shone for the Cobras, but it was Old Trinity’s Georgia Fleiter’s day with a stellar 10 goals, taking her season tally to a whopping 17.

With the grading rounds complete, we have been put into Development Division 4 and will play against: Brunswick Renegades (2), Bulleen Templestowe, Canterbury, De La Salle, Fitzroy-ACU (2), Hawthorn, SKOB Saints (2), South Melbourne Districts, St Mary’s Salesian (2) and Swinburne University.


Continue reading “Round 3 2017 – Power House”

Local Media – Rising Cobras Set to Strike

The hard work by everyone involved in the club, both on and off the field has got some local press, with our local paper, the Progress Leader running a story on the Canterbury Football Club’s continued growth a few weeks ago prior to our first game against Richmond Central.

Canterbury continues to build – on the park and off

The Progress Leader supported our push into Women’s footy, and are further supporting our work to create a club that is embedded into and celebrates our ties with our co-tenant & local suburban sporting clubs, and local community & business networks.

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Saturday, April 4th, 2017
Progress Leader

Round 2 2017 – South Melbourne

What a day at the Snake Pit on Saturday! Both the reserves and seniors posted huge wins over South Melbourne, giving the Bloods a bath of their own, which was followed by a fantastic night as the trivia night was held. The women played the second of their grading games against a strong opponent in Old Camberwell on Saturday morning though were unable to get the win.

Thanks to all who attended the Trivia Night on Saturday, we had a packed house! Congratulations to all that won prizes across the course of the evening, we hope to see everyone at future social events.

Continue reading “Round 2 2017 – South Melbourne”


18119354_1330693983683635_6910101850383940527_nWith ANZAC Day almost upon us, it’s worth reflecting on Canterbury FC’s people who served in WW1.

On March 22, 1915, the club held its annual meeting at the Canterbury Theatre in Maling Rd. Only days before, the ANZACs had fought a huge battle in Flanders, Belgium, which left Flanders devastated. Red, yellow & black colours were on houses and buildings all over Australia in a show of solidarity for the people of Belgium. In this spirit, Canterbury FC decided to adopt the Belgian flag for its jumper, and the club took the field from 1915 in this strip originally with yellow as the centre panel (the current design with black in the middle is from 1949). Continue reading “ANZAC Day”

Trivia night

The Canterbury Football Club is holding a trivia night after the home game against South Melbourne on April 22nd from 7:00pm.

Brush up on your general knowledge and get a team together, it’s set to be a great night with plenty of fun and games for all to enjoy.

Tickets are $10 each which includes finger food with drinks available at bar prices. A meal will also be available from 6.30pm.

Send through your tables of 8-10 to

Tickets are to be pre-purchased by Thursday April 20th.

Training times

Now that we’re into April, we’re finally back training at the Snake Pit!

Men’s training reverts back to the usual Tuesday/Thursday nights, kicking off at 6.30pm.

Women’s training is currently taking place on Monday nights at the Snake Pit from 6.15pm, with the permanent location for Thursday nights still being finalised. Thursday April 6th the women will train at the Snake Pit, more info will be posted for the coming weeks as it comes to hand.

Following training on Thursday, dinner will be available and the bar will be open, stick around for the clubs jumper presentations and other information for the coming season.

Senior Captain appointed

Congratulations to Sam Murphy in being voted by his peers as Captain of the Canterbury Cobras. Sam will be ably supported by his experienced deputies in Ben Peel and Jeremy Gillen. Sam is highly respected for his leadership on and off the field and the club is looking forward to Sam leading the team out in 1 week’s time Cobra fans!