Eastern Football League (EFL) since 1991
Red, green, purple and white
Diamond Valley Football League (DVFL) - 1968, 1973 (2 total); EFL Division Three - 1997 (1 total)
Prior to the first world war Templestowe competed in the Heidelberg District Football League before commencing an initial stint in the Diamond Valley Football League in the early 1920s. The club continued to call the DVFL home until the early 1950s when it affiliated with the Eastern Districts Football League for the first time. A decade and a half later Templestowe returned to the DVFL and soon afterwards, in 1968, was able to celebrate its first ever premiership. The club was a genuine force in the DVFL for a time and added a second flag in 1973, but thereafter it began to struggle.\n\nThe most recent phase of Templestowe’s history got underway in 1991 with a switch to the Eastern Football League, successor of the EDFL. Competing in division three the club did well from the start and there were several near misses before it broke through for a premiership in 1998. Since then Templestowe has spent time in divisions two, three and four without, as yet, adding to its premiership haul. In 2005 the club forged an alliance with Fremantle which saw it adopt the Dockers emblem and colours.
John Devaney - Full Points Publications