About

History

1999 – The Deakin Devils Women’s Football Club was established, as a representative of Deakin University, to compete in the Victorian Women’s Football League.
2008 – The Devils cut ties with the University, move to new premises, and became a part of the East Burwood Football Club.
2008 – The Reserves win the Devils first Premiership.
2009 – The Devils enter their inaugural team into the Youth Girls League, a competition designed to give young female footballers the opportunity to play the game as well as provide a pathway to senior football.
2012 – The East Burwood Devils change their name to the Eastern Devils to better reflect their place in the eastern suburbs community.
2013 – The Devils find a new home at Mulgrave Reserve
2013 – The Reserves win their second Premiership.

The Trophy Room

              

 

Theme Song

Cheer, cheer the black and the white
Honour the name by day and by night
Lift that Devil banner high
Shake down the thunder from the sky
Whether the odds be great or be small
Devils go in and win overall
While our loyal fans are marching
Onwards to victory!

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