|1924 VFA premiership season|
(8th minor premiership)
The 1924 Victorian Football Association season was the 46th season of the Australian rules football competition. The premiership was won by the Footscray Football Club, after it defeated Williamstown by 45 points in the Final on 20 September. It was the club's ninth and last VFA premiership before it, along with North Melbourne and Hawthorn, joined the Victorian Football League the following year; this marked the end of a long period of dominance for Footscray, which had seen it win five minor premierships in a row and four major premierships in six years.
The home-and-home 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, Pct = Percentage; (P) = Premiers, PTS = Premiership points||Source|
|Saturday, 6 September||Williamstown 8.9 (57)||def.||Brunswick 5.16 (46)||North Melbourne Recreation Reserve (crowd: 16,000)|||
|Saturday, 13 September||Footscray 9.7 (61)||def.||Northcote 4.8 (32)||North Melbourne Recreation Reserve (crowd: 16,000)|||
|1924 VFA Final|
|Saturday, 20 September||Footscray||def.||Williamstown||North Melbourne Recreation Reserve (crowd: 15,000)|||
|Mullens 5, O'Brien 4, Hopkins 2,||Goals||Munn 2, Britt|
Had Williamstown won, minor premiers Footscray would have been entitled to a rematch the following Saturday to decide the premiership.