Please note: This is a brief timeline on the history on the club solely based on the information we have. If you have information for missing pieces of our history. Please get in contact with the club.
1961- KPSJFC is established
1966- First KPSJFC U16 Division 2 becomes our first Premiership team
1974- Ray Shaw (Collingwood) becomes our first player to debut at VFL/AFL level.
1977- Glenn Hunt (U12 Division 2) becomes our first league Best and Fairest winner in the PDJFA
1992- KPSJFC is part of the final Preston Districts Junior Football League
1993- KPSJFC enters the Diamond Valley Football Netball League
1994- Colours change from Green/Gold to Yellow/Black
1995- Michael Butterworth Award for best clubman was established.
1997- KPSJFC awarded the Lew Hall Trophy for most combined premiership points in U13, U15, U17 age groups
2007- Jay Waugh Memorial Trophy established. DVFL renamed as the Northern Football League
2009- Chris Keeble Memorial Trophy established. Keon Park Stars introduced a youth girls team in 2010. The Club has provided the opportunity for over 40 teenage girls to have their first taste of Aussie Rules football
2010- KPSJFC introduced a Youth Girls team for the first time. This provided an opportunity for over 40 teenage girls to have their first taste of football well before the rapid rise of the AFL Women’s movement in 2017.
2011- KPSJFC part of an alignment with Lalor Women’s Football Club to form the ‘Lalor Park Stars’ women’s team playing in the Victorian Women’s Football League
2012- Pavilion redevelopment at JC Donath Reserve
2013- KPSJFC enters a Senior Netball team into the Northern Netball League competition
2016- The annual Friendship Game vs Wembley Downs Cats JFC is established
2018- NFL renamed as the Northern Football Netball League. Keon Park Stars JFC also named finalist in the NFNL Junior Club of the Year.
2019- New reversible guernseys introduced with a new design incorporating the original and more modern jumper design with a bigger yoke and smaller vee representing our proud and passionate history.
2020- For the first time in our history due to COVID-19, no season was played
2021- KPSJFC celebrates 60 years. Keon Park Stars JFC named finalist in the NFNL Junior Club of the Year.