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History of Club Liverpool

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Welcome to Club Liverpool

The Friendly Club


The John Edmondson V.C. Memorial Club (Club Liverpool) has been established since the 19th July 1947.
The Club was named after Corporal Jack (John) Edmondson of the 2/17th A.I.F Battalion, the first Australian serviceman awarded the first Victoria Cross during World War II.


Club Liverpool is located in the heart of the Liverpool CBD with entry via 185 George Street or from 196 Macquarie Street Mall. 

Members Parking is available via Vic Reeves Serviceway with Additional Parking available (approx. 300 spaces) opposite Club - Access is via Dewsbury Serviceway


Membership of the Club is available at a cost of $5.00 for 1 Year, $15 for 3 Years & $20 for 5 Years.


Anyone interested in joining the Liverpool RSL Sub Branch should contact the Honorary Secretary, Catherine Cranny, via email or our Membership Office on 9822 4555.


Player Activity Statements Information is available upon request.


We hope to see you soon at Club Liverpool.

Monday      9.30am - 3.00am 
Tuesday   9.30am - 3.00am
Wednesday   9.30am - 3.00am
Thursday   9.30am - 3.00am
Friday   9.30am - 3.00am 
Saturday   10.00am - 3.00am 
Sunday   10.00am - 3.00am 

Indoor Games   Ken Arkley 0422 391 936
Lawn Bowls   Frank Cranny 0421 860 010
Veterans Snooker   Chris Clark 0405 172 803

Legacy Widows    June Young OAM 0412 968 504
Ladies Auxiliary   Serena Sutherland 9607 3637