The Point Cook Football Club was established in October 2003 as an Australian Rules Junior Football Club, catering for the needs of Junior footballers in the Point Cook and surrounding areas. 2004 was the first year of football competing in the Western Region Football League (WRFL).
Due to the growth of our members and the need for Senior football in the area, the Point Cook Football Club entered Senior and Reserve teams in the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) Division 4 in season 2010.
In 2014 we fielded our very first ‘Youth Girls’ team with players aged between 13 – 18 competing against other girls the same age.
In 2015 we fielded our first ‘Superules’ team with players aged over 35 competing against other teams in the AFL Masters, Victorian Metropolitan League.
Following it’s first Grand Final Appearances in both Senior and Reserve competitions the club was promoted to Division 3 of the Victorian Amateur Football Association (VAFA) for season 2017.
Following a vote by the members at a Special General Meeting held in July 2017, the decision was made to move the Senior, Reserve and Under 19 teams into the Western Region Football League (WRFL).
In 2018 the club fielded Senior and Reserve teams in Division 2 of the Western Region Football League (WRFL), along with an Under 19 side.
Also in 2018, the club fielded 2 sides in the Western Region Football League’s (WRFL) Inaugural Netball Competition. Where Point Cook Blue won the Inaugural Victoria University Western Region Football League (WRFL) Netball Premiership Defeating Braybrook Red by 34 goals.
In September 2018 the Seniors took out the WRFL Division 2 Premiership Defeating Yarraville Seddon Eagles by 7 points at Avalon Airport Oval, Werribee. Gaining promotion into Division 1 in Season 2019.