Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club
|Full name||Zillmere Eagles Football Club|
|Sport||Australian rules football|
|League||Queensland State League|
|Home ground||O'Callaghan Park, Zillmere|
|Head coach||Murray Davis|
|Light blue with yellow insignia.|
Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club (formerly Windsor-Zillmere, North Brisbane and Northern Eagles) is an Australian rules football clubs that plays in the QAFA (A) competition. It reformed the senior side in 2013 and it was undefeated all year in the SEQAFL State Div 4 northern competition.
The Windsor-Zillmere club formed from the merger of neighbouring Windsor and Zillmere Football Clubs in 1962.
Sandgate merged with the club to form North Brisbane in 1991. North Brisbane won the 1995 but financial difficulties forced it into recess in 1996. Re-financed The Northern Eagles were formed in 1997, and were renamed Zillmere Eagles in 2005.
The club has produced VFL player Frank Dunell who won the 1984 premiership with Essendon, Danny Dickfos and recently Rueben William. A number of other players have been drafted from the Zillmere Eagles after playing a handful of games but they have been produced by junior clubs surrounding Zillmere. Players include, Daniel Pratt, Robert Copeland, Josh Drummond, Ben Warren, Brendan Whitecross, Marcus Allan, Daniel Dzufer, Mitchell Hahn and Brett Backwell.
In October 2008, AFLQ transferred the licence from Zillmere Eagles to neighbouring Aspley as part of an independent review which looked into the best long term option for Australian football in North Brisbane. 
The club have won the league 18 times
North Brisbane (1)
The Grogan Medal is awarded to the best and fairest player in an AFLQ season. The club have had 7 players win the award.
- Dick Parton 1949
- Robin Hull 1967
- Terry Weller 1969
- Barry Karklis 1980
- Craig Brittain 1988
- Cameron Buchanan 1991
- Danny Dickfos 2000
- Matty Payne 2006
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