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Podhajski signs on

The Coburg Football Club has continued to lock away its core group for next season re-signing Mitch Podhajski for 2022. The 22-year-old had another strong season at Piranha Park in 2021, playing in all ten matches and kicking 13 goals. Podhajski was able

DEPARTING LIONS UPDATE

The Coburg Football Club wishes to advise its members of recent changes to its Men’s playing list as the club prepares for the 2022 VFL season. Whilst many players have re-committed to the club as per the recent and frequent social media posts that have

Whelan and Baddeley-Kelly sign on

By Nicholas Galea Key position duo Liam Whelan and Jhye Baddeley-Kelly have each signed one-year contracts which will see them remain with the Coburg Football Club for the 2022 VFL Season. Whelan joined Coburg in 2019 and has played nine games while Badde

LIONS TRIO COMMIT TO THE DEN!

By Mathew Asciak The Coburg Football Club is excited to announce that three more members of the inaugural 2021 women’s team have re-committed to the Lions, with defensive trio Danni-Jane Umaki, Dacia Abela and Amy Mitchener confirming they are staying a

MIDFIELD DYNAMO SIGNS FOR 2022

By Nicholas Galea The Coburg Football Club is thrilled to announce that explosive mid-forward Charlie Thompson has re-signed with the club for the 2022 VFL season. Thompson, who joined the football club last off-season, was keen to continue his football j

LIONS LOCK AWAY YOUNG STARS

Coburg young guns Aaron Clarke and Ben Overman have re-signed with the club for 2022. It will be the third year at the club for both players who first joined Coburg ahead of the 2020 season. Clarke kicked eight goals and played in every game in 2021. The

Inaugural year stars re-commit to Lions

By Nicholas Galea Dashing half back Mia Muscat and versatile forward Teagan Bradley have recommitted to the Coburg Football Club after they each signed one-year extensions, locking them in for the 2022 season. Muscat who was runner up in Coburg’s inaugu