The league has fined Albury for its involvement in the anti-social behaviour at the Colac Colac Caravan Park.
The undisclosed fee will be donated to next month's Footy for Fires charity event for the restoration of Upper Murray services.
"The Albury Tigers are a proud community football-netball club, this behaviour has tarnished the reputation of the entire playing group and caused embarrassment and distress to the committee and volunteers involved at the club," O and M general manager Sean Barrett said.
"As a group, they have a substantial amount of work to do to earn back respect from the club, the competition and the wider community."
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Albury had imposed a host of punishments, including the playing group to complete 400 hours of community service and further internal sanctions on individuals.
The league allowed Albury to conduct an investigation and is satisfied with the club's findings.