Yarraville Seddon Eagles Football Club are dedicated to being a destination club within the Western Region Football League. We pride ourselves on our commitment to the progression and support of every player, always.
We tirelessly endeavour to provide a safe inclusive and family friendly culture to encourage and develop all players both junior and senior, who proudly wear our jersey. By fostering respect, fair play, self-confidence, leadership and teamwork we ensure individual and club success.
All members, players, volunteers, friends and family of Yarraville Seddon Eagles can enjoy a positive social environment and are encouraged to participate in all aspects of our club. We actively seek and strive to maintain successful relationships with our local and culturally diverse community.
Our mission goes beyond our on-field success. We aim to create a club where people belong, share positive experiences and maintain lifelong relationships.
As Eagles, we fly as one.
Acknowledgement of country
Yarraville Seddon Eagles would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of our land. In particular the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and the Bunurong peoples of the Kulin Nation on whose land we now gather on play our game. The origins of the game we love stem from marngrook, from the Woiwurung language for ‘ball’ or ‘game”, which is a traditional Indigenous Australian game, which can be still be witnessed in the way we play today. Bunjil the eagle, the creator, takes pride of place as the symbol of our Football Club. Together, the Yarraville Seddon Eagles Football club, would like to pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
‘Fly Up and Out’ by Lorraine Kabbindi White
Lorraine is a Gunmok woman and artist from Western Arnhem Land, identifying with her maternal grandfather’s country on the the Upper Liverpool River.
Kabbindi draws on the artistic heritage of her people and, in particular, her grandfather, the late Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek AO.
Artwork commissioned by the Yarraville Seddon Eagles Football Club in 2019 and may not be reproduced, or used, in any way without written permission from the club President.