The Balmain Club
Club established. Name later changed to the Balmain District Football Club.
The first use of Birchgrove Oval by a football team.
Setting up football teams and club by Frank Hawkins and Wal Gourlie.
The first match played against the Balmain RSL U14 team. We lost 30-0.
Incorporation of the club under the umbrella of the Balmain Police Boys’ Club.
Frank Hawkins, elected as the first club president.
Formation of the Women’s Auxiliary.
First annual presentation night held at Balmain Police Boys’ Club.
Western Suburbs District
Joined the Western Suburbs District Soccer Football Association.
Retirement of Frank and Joyce Hawkins
Retirement of Wal Gourlie
Joined the Canterbury District Soccer Football Association.
Changed name to Balmain Police Citizen’s Youth Club.
100th anniversary of organised football in Balmain.
Leave the Balmain Police Citizen’s Youth Club.
Updated logo design
Incorporated as an independent club in 1994.
Dropped the term ‘junior’ in the club name.
100th anniversary of football at Birchgrove Oval.
Update of clubs logo.
Formation of the Balmain Girls and Women Soccer Club Sun-Committee.
Balmain girls’ teams joined the Gladesville and Hornsby District Soccer Association.
Changed name to Balmain and District Football Club.
Recognised by Football NSW as the largest football club in NSW.
BDFC wins the first Champion of Champions NSW (Football NSW)
BDFC celebrates its 50th anniversary.