MelbourneFC on Twitter. Follow @ melbournefc · Tweets by @ melbournefc. More Tweets. Facebook. MelbourneFC On Facebook. More Facebook. Demon Shop. Based at Lakeside Stadium in South Melbourne, we are the most successful football club in Australia. 4 times national champions and playing in the NPL. Official website, puelc.info Current season. The Melbourne Football Club, nicknamed the Demons, is an Australian rules football club. Melbourne also eliminated St Kilda , but lost to North Melbourne in the Preliminary Final. Demons assistant coach and former player Todd Viney was appointed caretaker coach for the remainder of the season, achieving 1 win the five games he coached. International Weltmeisterschaft Olympische Spiele Euro Copa America Gold Cup Asienmeisterschaft Afrikapokal Confed Cup UWeltmeisterschaft Euro U21 Alle anzeigen. Oakleigh Chargers coach Michael Stinear was appointed the team's inaugural head coach in September Though both teams fought hard, the Demons came out on top by 19 points, keeping their finals dreams alive and moving above Essendon on the ladder. Latest News Injury News Anytime Fitness Health Hub Roos Mobile App Buried Treasure. Retrieved 7 May Melbourne is the world's oldest professional club of any football code. Join or Log Into Facebook. Demons assistant coach and former player Todd Viney was appointed caretaker coach for the remainder of the season, achieving 1 win the five games he coached. The season produced one less win than five but the club finished higher — ninth. Fanseiten Füge deinen eigenen hinzu. The official Melbourne Football Club song is called "It's a Grand Old Flag" sung to the tune of " You're a Grand Old Flag ". The club pushed for its rules to be the accepted rules, however many of the early suburban matches were played under compromised rules decided between the captains of the competing clubs. South Youth Development at the forefront Australian Football. Search Web My Account. The Hall of Fame consists of five legends and forty-four inductees. Melbourne started strongly, being second after Round 12, however losing momentum by Round 19 appeared unlikely to play finals, then wins against Western Bulldogs, Geelong at Geelong where Melbourne had not won since the late s , and Essendon in Round 22, placed the club seventh and a finals berth, only to lose the Elimination Final to Geelong by 55 points.