The Old Geelong Football Club was formed in 1954 as the Old Geelong Grammarians Football Club, playing its first game in the Victorian Amateur Football Association's newly-formed E Section on 24 April of that year. 

In 1959 it transferred to a larger ground in Burnley, and after a couple of years there, it was fortunate to secure the use of Como Park, South Yarra, where it has been based ever since.

At the end of 1973, in recognition of a major change in the membership of the Club, with a significant number of Old Geelong Collegians in particular having joined it in previous seasons, the name of the Club was changed to the Old Geelong Football Club. Whilst the Club endeavours to recruit from and retain close connections with both Geelong schools the Club welcomes players from all sources.

For more information please visit the Old Geelong Football Club website.



The OGS Netball Club is continuously growing and achieving successful results throughout the multiple Melbourne competitions in which there are currently five OGS teams competing.

The Old Geelong Netball Club provides a great environment for competitive sport and social interaction. We have five teams fielded in the Autumn Season, with more to be fielded in the Spring Season. So if you are interested in playing, please make contact with the President of the Netball Club, Sophie Faulkner via the website. New members are welcome with the OGs continually seeking new players, members and supporters. For further information please visit the Old Geelong Netball Club website.



The Old Geelong Cricket Club competes in the MCC Club XI Cricket Competition, with teams in Division 1 and Division 2. If you're interested in playing, or would like further information, please contact Roly Imhoff via email cricket@oldgeelong.com.au or visit the Old Geelong Cricket Club website.



The OGG Ski Club was founded to provide a facility for members at Mt Buller. The lodge, centrally located on Stirling Road in the village, sleeps 18 and is open all year round to members. Membership is open to all OGG and the joining fee has been temporarily waived. To become a member of the OGG Ski Club the current fee is $300 per year. 

The OGG Ski Club lodge at Mount Buller is available for accommodation year round. It consists of seven rooms with two bunks and one of four bunks, a double kitchen, lounge and two bathrooms, ski room and drying room. Members have priority booking rights but the lodge can also be booked by non-members and guests. Accommodation rates, bookings and full details are available at the OGGs Lodge website.

For additional information please contact Club President, Nicholas Heath (Cu'82) on email: prez@oggslodge.com.au


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The Frank Covill Rowing Club welcomes women and men rowers of all standards and would particularly like to hear from any younger OGGs who left school in the last 20 years.  So get in touch with your old crew members, come along to the Barwon in Geelong and bring a friend. The FCC enthusiastically compete in regattas when the opportunity arises. For further details contact club President, Rob Heath (A’76) on email fccrower@gmail.com or find them on Facebook (Frank Covill Club).



Three golfing events are organised each year. The OGG versus the Old Geelong Collegians Golf Day is held early in the year (usually March), the OGG Golf Day is held later in the year (usually October or November) and theAPS Golf Dayis held Annually for all former APS school students. If you wish to receive invitations to Golf Days, please contact Katie Rafferty (below) and she will add you to the OGG Golfers list.

For more information:

Katie Rafferty (Spry, Ga'84), Alumni Manager, Geelong Grammar School 

Tel: +61 3 5273 93368