Renegade Pub Footy Exhibition

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WHAT: Renegade Pub Footy Exhibition. Presented by Melbourne Arts Club and photographed by J Forsyth, this documentary series captures the dazzling Renegade Pub Football League 2015 season.

A Melbourne winter institution, the Renegade Pub Football League consists of eight teams associated with pubs and bars around town (the Old Bar Unicorns, the Labour in Vain Pain, the Bar Open Bats, East Brunswick Eye Gougers, The Lomond Barracudas, The Tote, the Workers Club and Some Velvet Morning) taking each other on at the historic VFL footy ground Victoria Park, with players made up of staff and regulars from each of the fine drinking institutions.

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WHEN: The Pub Footy exhibition opened Friday 16 October 6pm - 10pm. The exhibition runs until 28 October. Exhibition catalogues and order forms are available for those who can't make it down to the gallery. Email and get your piece of history!

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WHO: Photographed by J Forsyth, the exhibition is a snap shot of the highs and the highs of season 2015. We got dogs, babes, epic falls, player footy cards, team photos and a whole bunch of tough looking Renegades. Catalogues and order forms are available for those unlucky people unable to make it to the exhibition.

Email for more information or download your team and season photo catalogue from the links at the bottom of the article.

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Order Form


Labour In Vain

Bar Open

The Lomond Hotel

The Tote

Workers Club

Some Velvet Morning


Other links

Facebook Event

Melbourne Arts Club Web Page



Old Bar [Fitzroy]

Labour in Vain [Fitzroy]

Bar Open [Fitzroy]

The Lomond [East Brunswick]

The Tote [Collingwood]

Workers Club [Fitzroy]

Some Velvet Morning [Clifton Hill]