|Full name||Casey Scorpions Football Club|
|Colours||Navy, White and Red|
|Competition||Victorian Football League|
|Premierships||VFA/VFL: 5 (1987, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999)|
|Ground(s)||Casey Fields (capacity: 4,000)|
The Casey Scorpions Football Club is an Australian rules football club in the Victorian Football League (VFL). The club was founded in 1903 as the Springvale Football Club and played under the name Springvale. In its history it has won 21 premierships. In more recent years the club has played in the VFA/VFL and has won six premierships: 1983 (2nd Div), 1987, 1995, 1996, 1998 and 1999. Nevertheless, they were unable to survive in Springvale and have played in a number of different suburbs over the past ten years.
The club is now based at the VFL complex at Casey and plays home games at Casey Fields in Cranbourne East. To reflect their various moves the team was renamed from "Springvale Scorpions" to simply "Scorpions" and, in 2006, to their current name of the "Casey Scorpions". While playing as the Casey Scorpions the legal name of the club is still the Springvale Football Club Ltd and it retains an SFC monogram on its guernsey. From 2009, Casey is affiliated with the Melbourne Football Club after ending its affiliation with St Kilda.
Peter German was appointed senior coach for 2009 leading the Scorpions to 6th spot on the ladder. However, they lost in the first week of the finals to Collingwood by 115 points. German was named VFL coach of the year while James Wall and Alex Silvagni were named in the team of the year.
Brad Gotch took over the reins as coach for 2010. Casey started the season losing only one of their first 9 games, finishing 3rd overall losing just 4 games for the entire season but struggled in the finals missing key players through injury. The Scorpions lost the qualifying final against eventual premiers North Ballarat Roosters by 32 points and then to runners up Northern Bullants by 12 points the following week.
- Division One (2): 1987, 1995
1987- Springvale 14 16 (100) d. Port Melbourne 7 20 (62) at Junction Oval
1995- Springvale 14 10 (94) d. Sandringham 6 15 (51) at Victoria Park
- Division Two (1): 1983
1983- Springvale 17 9 (111) d. Brunswick 13 16 (94) at Toorak Park
- VFL: 1996, 1998–99
1996- Springvale 11 7 (73) d. Frankston 10 10 (70) at Princes Park
1998- Springvale 11 17 (83) d. Werribee 5 15 (45) at TEAC Oval
1999- Springvale 19 11 (125) d. Nth Ballarat 9 11 (65) at TEAC Oval
JJ Liston Medallists: Stuart Nicol 1990, D. Robbins 2000.
Norm Goss Medallists: D. Vernon 1987, M. Mellody 1995, K. Taylor 1996, B Delaure 1998, D. Donati 1999.
Games Record Holder: Damien Carroll 233.
Goals Record Holder: Shayne Smith 470
Longest Winning Sequence: 16 (1999)
Longest Losing Sequence: 10 (2005)
VFA/VFL era captains and coaches
|1982||Phillip Pinnell||Phillip Pinnell|
|1983||Laurie Fowler||Laurie Fowler|
|1984||Laurie Fowler||Laurie Fowler|
|1985||Greg Anderson||Laurie Fowler|
|1986||Daryl Vernon||Phil Fryer|
|1987||Phil Maylin||Phil Maylin|
|1988||Phil Maylin||Phil Maylin|
|1989||Phil Maylin||Phil Maylin|
|1990||G Meade||Phil Maylin|
|1991||Graham Dempster||Phil Maylin|
|1992||R Morgan||Bernie Sheehy|
|1993||R Morgan||Bernie Sheehy|
|1994||Denis Knight||Bernie Sheehy|
|1995||Denis Knight||Michael Ford|
|1996||Kain Taylor||Brad Gotch|
|1997||Kain Taylor||Brad Gotch|
|1998||Kain Taylor||Phil Nicholson|
|1999||Kain Taylor||Phil Nicholson|
|2000||Jason Caples||Phil Nicholson|
|2001||Jason Caples||Phil Nicholson|
|2002||Jason Caples||Ken Sheldon|
|2003||Steven Harrison||Gerard FitzGerald|
|2004||Steven Harrison||Graham Wright|
|2005||Steven Harrison||Peter Banfield|
|2006||Steven Harrison||Peter Banfield|
|2007||Nigel Carmody||Peter Banfield|
|2008||Kyle Matthews||Greg Hutchison|
|2009||Kyle Matthews||Peter German|
|2010||Kyle Matthews||Brad Gotch|