• Pre-2014

    On Sundays at Gillon Oval, North Old Boys-St. Patrick’s College played host to the Renegade Pub Football League, an inclusive competition open to all genders.

  • 2014

    From the desire for the club to meet a demand for local women’s representation, the Brunswick Renegades are founded to compete in the Victorian Women’s Football League’s Division 5 competion. The Renegades win their first match versus the University of Melbourne and go on to reach the Preliminary Final in their inaugural season.

  • 2015

    In VWFL Division 4, the women reach their first Grand Final and unfortunately fall short to South Morang by six goals.

  • 2016

    The Renegades ascend to VWFL Division 3 with 35 players available for seniors selection through the year.

  • 2017

    With the introduction of AFLW, the VWFL ceases operations and the Brunswick Renegades move to VAFA and compete in their highest-level Premier Women’s competition. With over 60 registrations, we field our first women’s reserves side.

  • 2018

    Astonishing growth in women’s football in the Brunswick area requires the club to cap women’s registration at 80 so everyone can get a game. Along with the men and rebooted under 19s, the club has reached almost 200 local residents playing football to maintain an active lifestyle.