Proudly Affiliated

The Bayside Football Association

The Bayside Football Association began in August 1977 and is now one of the leading Football Associations in Victoria. Croydon joined the competition around 2000-2001 and have teams competing in it's Premier League, Divisional Leagues and Veterans (35's).  Most opposition teams come from the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, down through the Dandenong’s and all the way to the Mornington Peninsula. For more information on the association click here and try here to view when/where our Premier League side is playing.



The VCFA is a large and well established church-oriented soccer competition organised for Saturday play; to promote Christian friendship between players, officials, and supporters of participating teams, and; to foster the development of soccer skills and the understanding that it is of paramount importance that all games be played in the best spirit of Christian sportsmanship. Croydon Ranges Football Club have been proudly affiliated with VCFA since Yarra Ranges Football Club merged with the group early 2000. Since then we've had Juniors, Ladies and veterans sides playing under the CRFC banner.

For more information on VCFA click here.

Over 45s soccer league

The Over 45s soccer league also has Over 55's competitions, the league located in Melbourne Victoria, is a non-profit soccer league dedicated to the promotion of soccer to those who might be past their prime, but are definitely not past their use by date.  CRFC has plenty of members who qualify as past their prime, in fact over a 100 members at the club are playing veterans football. There's almost 50 teams involved with the association, with some of the biggest clubs in Victorian football.

For more information click here

The Melbourne Chinese Soccer Association (MCSA)

The Melbourne Chinese Soccer Association (MCSA) was established in 1995 with the view to provide opportunities for young people, predominantly but not exclusively of Chinese cultural heritage, to play football in a friendly competitive environment. Its mission  (1) Focus on social cohesion, equal opportunity, an active community and a better Melbourne. (2) Provide opportunities that many grass root communities may not otherwise have due to escalating costs and sports field scarcity. These 2 points resonated with CRFC history, since the 70's CRFC has welcomed new members looking for fun, many of them migrates trying to balance working long days/hours, studying, and family life.  For more info. click here