Celebrating 100 Years Since Second Seagulls Flag


100 years ago to the day, Williamstown claimed its second VFA Premiership with victory over Footscray at Brunswick Street Oval.

(Footscray Independent, October 15, 1921)

To mark the occasion, club historian Gerard Drew has taken a look back at the 1921 season that was. From the appointment of Jim Caldwell as captain-coach, to tragedy striking one of our own, horrendous weather forcing the abandonment of the Preliminary Final and ultimately the Grand Final victory, take a walk down memory lane and take in our road to Premiership glory.

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