Melbourne University Mugars

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Melbourne University Women's Football Club
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Full name Melbourne University Women's Football Club
Nickname The Mugars
Sport Women's Australian rules football
Founded 1996
League Victorian Women's Football League
Home ground Melbourne University Oval
Anthem "The Mugars Roar" (to the tune of "Battle Hymn of the Republic")
Strip
Black guernsey with large Blue V, Black shorts and black socks with royal blue turnover

The Melbourne University Women's Football Club (the MUGARS) are an Australian rules football club with two teams competing in the Victorian Women's Football League, in the Premier Division and Premier Reserves Division.

In 2005, an Under 18 Youth Girls team was formed. From 2012 they will compete in the Essendon Districts Football League.

In 2011, an Under 12 team was established in conjunction with North Melbourne Football Club.

The club also facilitates inter-varsity teams, for both the Southern University Games and Australian University Games.

Darebin Falcons Player is wrapped up in a tackle by two Melbourne University opponents in the 2006 WVFL senior women's Grand Final. The field umpire (in orange) is about to signal "holding the ball" to penalise Darebin and award Melbourne University a free kick.
Players in action at the 2005 VWFL Division One Reserves Grand Final: Melbourne University Mugars (black and blue) defeated the Darebin Falcons (red and black).

Premierships[edit]

  • Premier Division 2002, 2003, 2005.
  • Premier Reserves Division 2003, 2005.

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