Grand Final Weekend 2019


Both our Reserves & Senior teams have worked hard to make the big dance, and will play off in their respective Grand Finals this coming Saturday, September 14th at Windy Hill, Essendon – We hope to see the Cougar Army out in force, as we have no doubt the grandstands will be a sea of Red, Gold & Blue. Specific information below, including finals information as supplied by the EDFL and VicPol.


General Information

  • (This) Saturday September 14th at Windy Hill, 74-84  Napier St, Essendon VIC 3040.
  • RESERVES at 11:40am – East Keilor vs. Hillside
  • SENIORS at 2:15pm – Craigieburn vs. East Keilor


​EDFL Information & Ticketing Information

Saturday Grand Finals
Adults: $20.00
Concession: $10.00*
Under 14 years: FREE
Windy Hill Premium Viewing/Legends Bar: $30.00
*Valid Aged Care Pension Card Holders (must produce aged pension card)
*Valid Secondary Student Concession (must produce photo I.D. card)

No animals will be permitted into any finals venues, except for dogs to assist people whose vision is impaired.

The EDFL will only permit approved media outlets and suppliers to take photos and film matches at all EDFL Finals venues. Any photographers or videographers who are not wearing the official EDFL Media Coloured Vest will be asked to cease their activity immediately or risk being ejected from the venue. All Media Vest requests are to be referred directly to


VicPol Correspondence
Dear President,

As the 2019 EDFL draws to a close and finals are underway, we have been asked to make contact with you and advise you that Police will be monitoring all finals games and targeting anti-social behaviour and drivers under the influence of drugs and or alcohol. Police will also be monitoring training sessions and official club functions and break ups.

We are seeking your assistance in promoting responsible crowd behaviour and the responsible serving of alcohol to patrons. Please encourage your members to use Uber, Taxis or utilise public transport and not drugs  should they be consuming  alcohol. Increased drug and alcohol consumption, a surge in gambling and people watching the game  in close proximity to others with emotions running high are all contributing factors to a rise in violence.

We want to work with clubs to create a safe and fun environment for all fans to come to and enjoy the football.

If you have any particular concerns or would like any further information on the Police role during the finals series please do not hesitate to contact me.  Good luck with your finals campaign.

Thank you

Leading Senior Constable Jill Kilpatrick
Youth Resource Officer – Moonee Ponds Police

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