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Official name
Campania Football Club

Known as


Green and gold


Associated clubs
Richmond; Richmond-Campania

Affiliation (Current)
Oatlands District Football Association (ODFA) 2007–2024

Affiliation (Historical)
South Eastern District Football Association (SEDFA) 1945–1979

Senior Premierships
Richmond Football Association (RFA) - 1933 (1 total); South Eastern District Football Association (SEDFA) - 1949, 1953, 1963 (3 total)


Campania has a long history that has not been without its problems, but has also spawned a reasonable amount of success. On occasion the club has even had to go into recess, and from 1980 until 1990 it was merged with Richmond, but it managed to overcome these difficulties and now competes in its own right in the Oatlands District Football Association. To date, the Wallabies have not procured a senior grade flag in this competition but they were losing grand finalists in 2008, 2009 and 2013. The last four seasons have seen them qualify for the finals and finish fourth (2016), third (2017) and runners-up to Bothwell in 2018 and to Mount Pleasant in 2019.

Campania was a regular finalist during its time in the South Eastern District Football Association, and in addition to its three premierships reached another ten grand finals, the result from one of which cannot be traced so it is at least possible that a fourth flag was obtained.


John Devaney - Full Points Publications



* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.