V/Line Cup News
AFL Victoria is pleased to announce that AFL Goulburn Murray and Greater Shepparton City Council have been selected to host the 2019 V/Line Cup.
The value of football in regional Victoria has been reinforced, with the V/Line Cup carnival generating a total of over $9million in economic benefit to the Latrobe City region over the last four years.
Two of country Victoria’s top junior development squads have been recognised for their efforts both on and off the field in last month’s V/Line Cup, after receiving the 2018 Team Development Awards.
Country Victoria’s most talented male and female junior footballers are preparing to put their skills to the test this month when the annual V/Line Cup kicks off next week.
Forty-four of the best up-and-coming community umpires from across regional Victoria will put their skills to the test this month, after being selected for the 2018 V/Line Cup Umpiring Panel.
Hundreds of country Victoria’s best Under 15 players have been busily preparing for the 2018 V/Line Cup, with regional trials being conducted across the state.
AFL Barwon favourite Barry Orvis has been awarded the 2017 Allan Jeans Lifetime Achievement Award after almost 20 years of dedicated service to developing and coaching the next generation of AFL talent. Jake Morris reports.
The V/Line Cup has been providing the next generation of junior football and umpiring talent with the opportunity to reach the next level. Find out which current AFL and AFLW stars have come through the program.
AFL Victoria’s V/Line Cup carnival has generated a total of $7million in economic benefit to the Latrobe City region over the last three years, following another successful tournament last month.