Season Summary: 1964
There was much to celebrate in 1964, with the Williamstown Football Club celebrating their 100th year.
In big news around the VFA, reigning premiers Moorabbin were suspended from the league, for the part they played in the St. Kilda Football Club's takeover of Moorabbin Oval.
After a very disappointing 1963 campaign, Williamstown bounced back with a vengeance in 1964, finishing on top of the ladder with a 14-4 Win/Loss record.
Sitting in the box seat for another premiership, the Seagulls faltered at the final hurdle, falling to arch rivals Port Melbourne by 36 points in the grand final.
Community club football continued over the weekend, as we take a closer look at the 16 players who featured over the weekend.Read more ...
On a terrible winters day, Williamstown Football Club hosted a special 1980’s themed President’s Lunch before the game against Sandringham.Read more ...