Melbourne Football Club, also known as the Demons or Dees, is an Australian rules football club based in Victoria, Australia. The club was founded in 1858 and participates in the sport of Australian rules football. The Melbourne Football Club is currently active and maintains a partnership with New Balance.
Originally known as Redlegs and Fuchsias before 1933, the club changed its name to Demons. Some of the key people associated with the Melbourne Football Club include Dean Terlich, Daisy Pearce, Steven May, James Harmer, Jeff Garlett, Colin Garland, Neville Jetta, Christian Petracca, Jack Viney, Aaron vandenBerg, Billy Stretch, Christian Salem, Bernie Vince, Ben Newton, Dom Tyson, Mark Jamar, Mitchell White, Angus Brayshaw, Cameron Pedersen, Simon Goodwin, Clayton Oliver, Jack Grimes, Matheson Bayley, Alex Neal-Bullen, Oscar McDonald, and Jayden Hunt[(74568146)}(#key_people)]] .