|1907 premiership season|
(1st minor premiership)
The 1907 Victorian Football Association season was the 31st season of the Australian rules football competition. The premiership was won by the Williamstown Football Club, after it defeated West Melbourne in the final by eighteen points. It was the first premiership won by Williamstown, in its 24th season of senior competition.
The home-and-away season was played over eighteen rounds, with each club playing the others twice; then, the top four clubs contested a finals series under the amended Argus system to determine the premiers for the season.
|Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against, (P) = Premiers, PTS = Premiership points||Source|
|Saturday, 14 September||Williamstown 5.11 (41)||def.||Footscray 3.9 (27)||East Melbourne Cricket Ground (crowd: 12,000)|||
|Saturday, 21 September||Richmond 5.7 (37)||def. by||West Melbourne 8.13 (61)||East Melbourne Cricket Ground (crowd: 7,500)|||
|1907 VFA Final|
|Saturday, 28 September||Williamstown||def.||West Melbourne||East Melbourne Cricket Ground (crowd: 25,000)|||
|Briggs 3, Addison 2, Gibbs 2||Goals||P. Johnson 2, Armstrong|
The Association played two interstate games against the South Australia (represented by the SAFL) during the year. In the first, the Association team fought back from a late three goal deficit to score 3.5 (23) in a row and take a five point lead; but, in the final passage of play, a South Australian rebound led to a mark by Alby Bahr, who kicked a goal after the final bell to win the game for South Australia. The Association won the return game by eleven points.
|1907 Interleague Matches|
|Saturday, 8 June||V.F.A. 13.14 (92)||def. by||S.A.F.L. 14.9 (93)||East Melbourne Cricket Ground (crowd: 11,000)|||
|Saturday, 27 July||S.A.F.L. 6.11 (47)||def. by||V.F.A. 9.4 (58)||Adelaide Oval (crowd: 9,000)|||