1884 VFA season


1884 VFA season

The 1884 VFA Premiership was won by the Geelong Football Club.

1884 VFA Top 4

*Premiers: Geelong Football Club
*Runners-Up: Essendon FC
*3rd: Hotham FC
*4th: South Melbourne FC

Links

*Victorian Football Association/Victorian Football League History (1877-2008)
*List of VFA/VFL Premiers (1877-2007)
*History of Australian rules football in Victoria (1853-1900)

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