Organisational Structure

In 2015 the RPFL became an incorporated association under the Associations Incorporation Act 2012 (Vic).

As an incorporated association, the RPFL is a recognised not-for-profit organisation and is governed by its own Rules of Association.

In accordance with these Rules of Association, the RPFL is made up of 18 voting members.

These 18 members are nominated from each of our nine football teams, such that each team has two representatives who are members of the RPFL.

President

Luke Tracy

Vice-President

Nicole Roberts

Secretary

Katie Cullen

Treasurer

Shaun Zapadlo

Game Day Faces

Melissa Murphy - Game Day Manager

Dan - Bar Manager

Members of the Renegade Pub Football League Inc.

  • Crazy Arms Bats

    Luke Tracy
    Letitia Kearney

  • Labour in Vain The Pain

    Nicole Roberts
    Wayne Huntley

  • Old Bar Unicorns

    Kate Sandford
    Trent Mickan

  • Railway Eye Gougers

    Coco Weston
    Sheena Colquhoun

  • The Lomond

    Hugh Rabinovici
    Rosie Millen

  • Some Velvet Morning - Easybeats

    Salty Otton
    Shaun Zapadlo

  • Tote

    Sheridyn Donaghy
    Leigh Crow

  • Workers Club Lions

    Katie Cullen
    Christopher Leunig

  • Vic Hotel Galahs

    Pia Salvatore
    Marcel Cuthbertson

Community Engagement Program

Every round RPFL invites a local not-for-profit or a community group to partake in our Community Engagement Program at Victoria Park in Abbotsford. The league has initiated this program to boost broader social awareness within our community.

Through our Community Engagement Program we offer local not-for-profit organisations the opportunity to raise funds and awareness for their organisations by running the game day BBQ. We generally expect crowds in excess of 750 people on game days and the BBQ typically generates around $1,000 for the organisation running it.

If you know of a local not-for-profit or community group that could benefit from our Community Engagement Program please contact us at
renegadepubfl@gmail.com

Second Chance Animal Rescue

Second Chance Animal Rescue rehomes unwanted dogs and cats and provides education and resources to the public in all aspects of responsible pet ownership. They strive to create a society that no longer views adoptable companion animals as a disposable commodity and where all companion animals have a loving home where they are treated with compassion and respect.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.secondchanceanimalrescue.com.au

Refugee Legal

Defending the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.refugeelegal.org.au/

Fitzroy Learning Network

The Fitzroy Learning Network (FLN) is a place of refuge for the poor and disadvantaged. They strive to build bridges within our community to reduce the level of segregation and disharmony and to create and foster social cohesion. For both young and old, FLN provides a welcome, safety, dignity and hope. FLN is a Community Neighbourhood House, a Learn Local Centre, and a Registered Training Organisation.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.fln.org.au

Melbourne Period Project

Melbourne Period Project supports women experiencing homelessness by providing sanitary products, help and support.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.melbourneperiodproject.org.au

Girls Rock! Melbourne

Girls Rock! Melbourne aims to empower young female, trans, and gender non-conforming youth aged 12 - 17 through music and education.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.girlsrockmelbourne.com

Anonymous X

Anonymous X is a registered charitable organisation in Melbourne, consisting of a team who all share a common belief, that we can all make a difference and together create a change for the homeless and less fortunate.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.anonymousx.com.au

Atherton Gardens Residents Association, Fitzroy

The Fitzroy Community Garden was opened in the late 1980’s and was developed around an existing landscaped seating area. With every spare inch under intensive cultivation, the Community garden is an impressive example of organic urban agriculture and grassroots community empowerment. Each individual garden plot is unique, reflecting the diversity of garden members who hail from across the globe; including Southeast Asia, the Horn of Africa and the Middle East.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.cultivatingcommunity.org.au

Mind Equality Centre, Fitzroy North

The Mind Equality Centre will offer LGBTI-specific psychological services and other therapeutic support, including individual, couples and family counselling and sex therapy. We will also introduce other services including education and social groups and events, as well as linkages with legal and employment services. The centre welcomes anyone who identifies as LGBTI and is due to open late April/early May.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.mindaustralia.org.au

Eating Disorders Victoria

Eating Disorders Victoria aims to change the stigma associated with eating disorders and spread a message of hope. They provide information, support, and education around eat disorders.

For more information about this organisation check out their website here:
www.eatingdisorders.org.au

Rules of Association

Every incorporated association must have rules that govern how the association operates. The RPFL is governed by the Model Rules, which are located in Schedule 4 of the Associations Incorporation Reform Regulations 2012.

A copy of the RPFL Rules of Association can be downloaded here

Our Policies

Alcohol Management Policy can be downloaded here

Safe Transport Policy can be downloaded here

Smoke Free Policy can be downloaded here

Official League Photographer - J not Jay

J Forysth is a photographer, curator, and gallery owner based in Melbourne.
J is also the official photographer of the RPFL.

If you would like to view her Pub Footy gallery or order any of her photographs please visit her website here