VAFA Podcast

An in-depth look into Victoria's premier local football competition

Host Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead and Brian Waldron take an in-depth look each week at the VAFA. Victorian Amateur Football Association, the countries premier local football code. Interviews, analysis, humor, tips for the weekend's game and so much more each and every week.

Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead and Brian Waldron wrap up the William Buck Premier Grand Final win by St Kevin's with an in-depth chat with Mitch Brown, successful St Bernard's coach Mark "Bomber" Riley joins the boys after the Snowdogs claimed the B Grade Premiership and Fitzroy favourite Luke Mahoney reflects on the first Premiership won by the Roys since 1944.


Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead & Brian Waldron wrap up the Division Grand Finals from the weekend including a chat with North Brunswick's Jake George after their 37 year Premiership drought. Ayce Cordy is the 2018 Woodrow Medallist and he joined the guys for an in-depth chat plus a legend of the VAFA who made his VFL debut in the 1975 finals series for Hawthorn, Michael Cook ahead of Premier B Grand Final between St Bernard's vs. Old Carey.


Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead & Brian Waldron wrap up the first round of finals action for Premier A, B and C - Preview the Division Grand Finals plus an in-depth chat with Old Brighton's coach Greg Hutchison.


Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead and Brian Waldron wrap up the final round of the home and away season for William Buck Premier. De La Salle have avoided relegation and remain in A Grade in 2019. Plus coach of Carlton's AFLW side and 2015 Premiership coach of St Kevin's Daniel Harford joins the boys taking an in-depth look at how the final 4 of William Buck Premier will approach this first weekend of finals.


Joe Pignataro, Nick Armistead and Brian Waldron wrap up Round 17 of William Buck Premier football leading into the final round of action. Old Xavier stalwart & Big V champion Matt Handley reaches 250 games, Danny Frawley is the champion coach of the Old Haileybury women's side in 2018 plus Brendan Iezzi has returned to Old Trinity leading into their 2018 finals campaign.