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Ringwood Football Club – 50th Anniversary at Jubilee Park

By July 11, 2009No Comments

The Ringwood Football Club has had a long association with Ringwood and was originally based at East Ringwood Reserve before relocating to Ringwood Reserve in 1930. Ringwood Reserve was donated to then Lillydale Shire Council by the Grant family in 1915 and is now occupied by Eastland Shopping Centre.

In 1959, Ringwood Football Club relocated to Jubilee Park, which was acquired by the Ringwood Council from the Sanders family in the 1940s. Following the development of Eastland, Jubilee Park was upgraded to become Ringwood’s premiere sporting precinct, providing a prominent home for the Ringwood Football Club and other sporting groups.

Today the Ringwood Football Club held a gala luncheon for life members, past players, supporters and members to commemorate the 50th anniversary of this move to Jubilee Park.

Ringwood Football Club is committed to strengthening its off-field and on-field performance and has established strong links with the community, including support for the Ringwood Spiders, which utilises the club’s training facilities and clubrooms.

This strong sense of community was evident at the gala luncheon and while Ringwood may have lost to South Croydon, there is much optimism for the club’s future.

Alex Makin

Alex Makin

Alex Makin is a councillor for the Mullum Ward in the City of Maroondah. Alex has been a councillor since 2005, representing ratepayers, businesses, community groups and residents. I aim to continue making a difference and welcome any thoughts you may have in regard to life, community and business in Maroondah. Phone: (03) 9870 8202 or 0408 311 645 Email:

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