|2008 VFL season|
|Minor premiers||Port Melbourne|
18th minor premiership
|Leading goalkicker||Nick Sautner (Sandringham)|
The 2008 Victorian Football League (VFL) was a semi-professional Australian Rules Football competition featuring thirteen teams from Victoria and one team from Tasmania.
It was the 127th season of the Australian rules football competition. The premiership was won by the North Ballarat Football Club, who defeated Port Melbourne by 45 points in the Grand Final on 26 September. It was the first VFL premiership in North Ballarat's history.
Prior to the 2008 season, there were several changes to the VFL-AFL reserves affiliations:
As a result, the size of the VFL increased to fourteen teams: nine VFL-AFL affiliations, two AFL reserves teams and three stand-alone VFL clubs.
|Box Hill Hawks||Hawthorn|
|North Ballarat||North Melbourne|
|2||North Ballarat (P)||16||13||3||0||1983||1463||135.5||52|
|Qualifying and elimination finals||Semi-finals||Preliminary finals||Grand final|
|September 7, TEAC Oval|
|1||Port Melbourne||20.10 (130)|
|4||Werribee||6.20 (56)||September 13, TEAC Oval|
|September 6, Casey Fields||Frankston||12.19 (91)||September 20, TEAC Oval|
|5||Casey Scorpions||13.10 (88)||Port Melbourne||16.21 (117)|
|8||Northern Bullants||12.11 (83)||Williamstown||13.18 (96)||September 26, Telstra Dome|
|North Ballarat||18.12 (120)|
|September 6, TEAC Oval||September 21, TEAC Oval||Port Melbourne||11.9 (75)|
|6||Coburg||14.11 (95)||North Ballarat||13.14 (92)|
|7||Frankston||14.17 (101)||September 14, TEAC Oval||Werribee||11.14 (80)|
|September 7, AUSTAR Arena||Casey Scorpions||9.7 (61)|
|2||North Ballarat||15.16 (106)|
The VFL Best and Fairest is awarded the J. J. Liston Trophy.
|=4||Brett Goodes||North Ballarat||14|
The VFL Leading Goalkicker at the end of the regular season is awarded the Jim 'Frosty' Miller Medal. The 2008 winner was Nick Sautner of the Sandringham Zebras.
|Rank||Player||Team||No. Games||Total Goals|
|4||Adrian Bonaddio||Port Melbourne||20||49|
|=5||Patrick Rose||Williamstown Seagulls||20||48|
|=5||Robin Nahas||Port Melbourne||20||48|