Sporting a jersey emblazoned with a lightning bolt ‘V’, Melbourne Storm proudly represents the state of Victoria against the northern states.
Some of the greatest names to have played in the modern era have passed through Storm’s locker rooms, firstly at Olympic Park, affectionately known as 'The Graveyard' and now AAMI Park, Storm's current home.
Iconic rugby league names such as Glenn Lazarus, Marcus Bai, Matt Geyer, Brett Kimmorley, Stephen Kearny, Robbie Kearns, Greg Inglis and Dallas Johnson will all go down as Melbourne Storm legends and have thrilled crowds in rugby league's southernmost state. Among the Club's current crop of stars, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk continue to provide memories to last a lifetime for members and fans alike.
Overall, the Club has competed in six Grand Finals, winning four - the last coming in 2012 where an eight game winning streak, culminating in a 14-4 victory on Grand Final day over Canterbury saw Craig Bellamy's side claim premiership glory.