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The WRFL Umpires Association would like to thank the following major sponsors for their support in season 2015. Read More

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Our Values

Values are important. They dictate thinking and they dictate performance and focus. In 2013 the umpiring body decided as a group what they would like their five core values to be and as an umpire, we strive to deliver on these in everything we do. Read More

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About the Association

The WRFL Umpires Association began its life as the Footscray District Football League Umpires Assoication (FDFLUA) in 1931 when the league was formed. For 69 years the organisation represented umpires in the former FDFL and, when the league changed its name to the WRFL in 2000 to better reflect the reality of its relationship to the western suburbs of Melbourne, the association also changed its name to the WRFL. Read More

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Life Members

Life Membership of the WRFLUA is awarded to members of the Association annually, and only if nominations are received. A maximum of 2 inductions can be made per year, and a minimum of 10 years service as a member plus a significant contribution to the Association during that time is required in order to have a nomination accepted for consideration. Read More

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Hall Of Fame

The WRFL Umpires Association honours past and present umpires, administrators and officials in its Hall of Fame. Read More

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Legends

WRFLUA Hall of Fame Legends. Read More

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Executive Committee

The executive committee manages the day-to-day operations of the WRFLUA and work with the WRFL to manage umpiring in the western region. Read More

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Umpires fight back to record a win

14 Sep 2014

The usual annual football game between the WRFL Umpires and the Hoppers Crossing Fireys was played at Avalon Airport Oval, Chirnside Park, Werribee on Sunday 14 September. The numbers were fantastic with about 21 players on each side. Read More