|1935 VFA premiership season|
5th minor premiership
The 1935 Victorian Football Association season was the 57th season of the Australian rules football competition. The premiership was won by the Yarraville Football Club, after it defeated Camberwell by nine points in the Grand Final on 7 September. It was the club's first VFA premiership, won in its eighth season of competition.
After having played finals at the central Olympic Park for the previous two seasons, the Association returned to the practice of playing finals at suburban Association grounds. Toorak Park, which had never previously hosted a final, was used for both a semi-final and the Grand Final.
The home-and-home season was played over eighteen matches, before the top four clubs contested a finals series under the Page–McIntyre 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, 17 August||Camberwell 20.13 (133)||def.||Coburg 11.10 (76)||Toorak Park (crowd: 8,000)|||
|Saturday, 24 August||Northcote 13.9 (87)||def. by||Yarraville 15.14 (104)||Coburg Cricket Ground (crowd: 5,000)|||
|Saturday, 31 August||Northcote 10.10 (70)||def. by||Camberwell 9.18 (72)||Brunswick Cricket Ground (crowd: 6,500)|||
|1935 VFA Grand Final|
|Saturday, 7 September||Yarraville||def.||Camberwell||Toorak Park (crowd: 14,600)|||
|Buckley 3, McGrath 3, Cashman 2, Cave, Kenny||Goals||Luff 2, Mason 2, Williams 2, Meehan, Tatham|
|R. Smith, for elbowing Mason||Reports||Tatham, for striking Storey|
Meehan, for charging Kenny