AFL Football Clubs in Sydney & New South Wales

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 51

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  • Balmain Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 182 Times

    Drummoyne

    Listing id: 429

    Balmain Australian Football Club was one of the founding clubs of the Sydney Football League in 1903 and is one of only three of the founding clubs still in existence. The club for seven years played in the first division of Sydney football. Balmain made the finals for the first four years, best result was runners up in 1904. The Reserve grade team were premiers that year. 
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  • Billabong Crows Football Club ---- Visited: 147 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 3039

    The Billabong Crows formed through a amalgamation between two of the oldest rival clubs in the Coreen and District Football League. First of the clubs is the Urana Bombers which is located west of Wagga Wagga and Albury and is a proud football town.
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  • Black Diamond Australian Football League ---- Visited: 117 Times

    Morisset

    Listing id: 3115

    The Black Diamond Football League (BDAFL) is situated on the east coast of Australia in the state of New South Wales.It was formed at the end of the 1999 season with a combination of clubs from the Central Coast and Newcastle Football Leagues.
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  • Campbelltown AFL ---- Visited: 90 Times

    Macquarie Fields

    Listing id: 431

    Campbelltown AFL may be reached thru PO Box 446, Ingleburn, NSW 189.
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  • Cardiff Football Club ---- Visited: 94 Times

    Cardiff

    Listing id: 3116

    Cardiff Australian Football Club was first formed in late 1967 when a group of players who had learnt their football at Cardiff High School decided to enter a team in the Newcastle competition.  
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  • Central Broken Hill Football Club ---- Visited: 107 Times

    Broken Hill

    Listing id: 3128

    Participating in the Broken Hill Football League

  • Collingullie Kapooka Football Club ---- Visited: 85 Times

    Collingullie

    Listing id: 1645

    We are situated 24km west of Wagga Wagga on the Sturt Highway. We were formed in 1911 and played in the Wagga & District Football League until 1940, then after WW2 we shifted to Milbrulong Football League where we stayed until 1948.
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  • Coreen / Daysdale Hopefield / Buraja United Football Club ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Corowa

    Listing id: 3040

    Coreen / Daysdale Hopefield / Buraja United Football Club may be mailed at 9 Beryl Drive, Corowa, NSW.
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  • East Coast Eagles AFL football club ---- Visited: 83 Times

    Rouse Hill

    Listing id: 432

    The Eagles finally took possession of Bruce Purser Reserve in February 2009 after a significantly long wait for their new home ground. The Hills Shire Council , the AFL, Cricket NSW and the East Coast Eagles have outlaid nearly $7 million dollars to build a state of the art playing arena which will withstand any amount of rain thrown at it.  
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  • Eastern Hawks Football Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 1647

    The Hawks were originally known as Gumly Gumly Gorillas and played in the wagga and district Football League.In 1959 Gumly Gumly became East Wagga and commenced playing in the Central Riverina League.
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  • Ganmain-Grong Grong-Matong Lions Football Club ---- Visited: 79 Times

    Ganmain

    Listing id: 1648

    Ganmain Grong Grong Matong FC (or GGGM) is a football club currently competing in the Riverina Football League as part of the Southern NSW football district.
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  • Griffith Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 105 Times

    Griffith

    Listing id: 1649

    The Griffith Australian Football Club Inc is affiliated with the Southern NSW AFL Association and is a member of the Riverina Football League (RFL).
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  • Hume Football League ---- Visited: 67 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 3037

    In 1933 The Hume Football League was formed as a splinter group from the Central Hume Football Association when three clubs, Jindera, Gerogery and Lavington found the travelling too much and with the Albury based Border United they formed a four club competition.  There are currently 11 local district Football and Netball teams that participate in the Hume League.  
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  • Jerilderie Football Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Jerilderie

    Listing id: 2921

    The club may be reached thru Jerilderie Football Club, PO Box 99, Jerilderie, NSW 2716.
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  • Killarney Vale Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Tumbi Umbi

    Listing id: 3118

    The Killarney Vale Australian Football Club was formed in 1978 and is located on the Central Coast of NSW approximately 98km north of Sydney. The club is affiliated with the Black Diamond Australian Football League for senior football and Greater Sydney Juniors Football League for their junior component.
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  • Lake Macquarie Crows ---- Visited: 66 Times

    Lake Macquarie

    Listing id: 3119

    Our club was established in 1997 as the Macquarie Magpies fielding a team in the senior and junior competition. At the conclusion of the 2002 season it was decided to change the club colours in favour of the Adelaide Crows strip. This step was taken to unify our junior and senior sides.  
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  • Leeton Whitton Football Club ---- Visited: 82 Times

    Leeton

    Listing id: 1650

    Competes in the Riverina Football league.
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  • Macquarie University AFC. ---- Visited: 74 Times

    North Ryde

    Listing id: 442

    Macquarie University was founded in 1967 as Sydney's 3rd University. In 1969 the first move were made to form an Australian Football club at the school.
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  • Mangoplah Cookardinia United Eastlakes Football Club ---- Visited: 70 Times

    Mangoplah

    Listing id: 1651

    MCU-E have started their major training campaign for the 2009 season. Training runs from Apex Park on a Monday and Thursday night have attracted enthusiastic and regular numbers. Coaches have been working on fitness and team work as they work towards increasing ball work and game situation drills.
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  • Manly-Warringah AFC ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Narrabeen

    Listing id: 443

    The Manly-Warringah Wolves were formed in 1969. Founding members Harry Marston, George Klause and Bruce Hutton discovered enough interest on the northern beaches for an Australian Rules team to be formed.
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  • Marrar Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times

    Marrar

    Listing id: 1652

    The Club Home ground is at Langtry Oval, Lock St., Marrar, NSW 2652.
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  • Mathoura football Club ---- Visited: 56 Times

    Mathoura

    Listing id: 2924

    The club may be contacted thru Morris St., Mathoura, NSW 2710.
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  • Moorebank Sports Magpies AFC ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Moorebank

    Listing id: 455

    Moorebank Sports Magpies AFC may be reached thru PO Box 7035, Silverwater, NSW 1811.
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  • Moulamein Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Moulamein

    Listing id: 1799

    Moulamein Football Club may be reached thru PO Box 58, Moulamein NSW 2733.
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  • Narrandera Imperial Football Club ---- Visited: 69 Times

    Narrandera

    Listing id: 1653

    Competes in the Riverina football League, located at Victoria Avenue, Narrandera, 2700.
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  • New South Wales Australian Football Umpires' Association ---- Visited: 50 Times

    North Sydney

    Listing id: 461

    The NSWAFUA is the representative body of umpires who officiate in the Australian Football League Sydney (AFL Sydney, formely the "Sydney AFL"). 
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  • Newcastle City Football Club ---- Visited: 77 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 3121

    Established in 1883, the Newcastle City Australian Football Club is one of the oldest, largest and most progressive AFL clubs in the Hunter region. The club's home ground is Newcastle No.1 Sports ground. Newcastle's historic equivalent of the SCG, MCG or WACA, the ground is located in the inner city and is also home to our modern new clubhouse.
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  • Nor-West Jets AFC ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Richmond

    Listing id: 457

    Home ground located at: Bensons Lane Reserve - Bensons Lane, Richmond 
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  • North Broken Hill Football Club ---- Visited: 52 Times

    Broken Hill

    Listing id: 3129

    Formed in 1900, the year that the Barrier Ranges Football Association, precursor of the Broken Hill Football League, adopted a district system, North Broken Hill has been that competition's most successful club 
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  • North Shore Football Club ---- Visited: 84 Times

    St Leonards

    Listing id: 458

    North Shore is a founding member of the New South Wales Australian National Football League (as the SFL was originally called) in 1903.  The side finished runner-up in its debut season before winning the first of its eventual total of thirteen senior premierships the following year. 
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  • North Wagga Football Club ---- Visited: 78 Times

    North Wagga

    Listing id: 1654

    We are a senior Football Netball club affiliated with AFL riverina, playing in the Farrer Football Netball League based at McPherson Oval, North Wagga. North Wagga Football Club may be reached via ground - McPherson Oval, Corner William and Frederick Streets, North Wagga Postal - Po Box 6033, Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650.
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  • Parramatta Goannas AFL ---- Visited: 68 Times

    Merrylands

    Listing id: 433

    The Goannas are currently fielding 3 teams in the 2nd, 3rd & 4th division of the newly restructured Sydney AFL competition with an under 18s team also competing in the Challenge Cup.
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  • Pennant Hills 'Demons' Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 60 Times

    Pennant Hills

    Listing id: 463

    The Pennant Hills 'Demons' Australian Football Club was formed in 1971 and after a short stint in the Sydney Football Association (SFA) which included 2 premierships, moved into the Sydney Australian Football League (SydneyAFL) of which it is now still a member.  Pennant Hills 'Demons' play in the oldest traditional strip of the Melbourne Football Club, which is navy blue and red, and we are also known as the 'Demons' like our sister-club Melbourne, in the AFL.    
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  • Penrith Rams Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 78 Times

    Penrith

    Listing id: 465

    When Alan Stewart started his long and distinguished association with the then fledgling Penrith club in 1981, he - at the suggestion of club founder Keith Claxton - commenced the process of maintaining extensive records of the club's progress. Players' games played, results, committee members, representative players, club and league awards, etc were all recorded from day one. 
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  • Southern Power Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 81 Times

    Caringbah

    Listing id: 466

    Southern Power Football Club is dedicated to raising the profile of AFL within the Sutherland Shire by providing a supportive and welcoming environment for members and associated families.
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  • St. George Dragons AFC ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Mortdale

    Listing id: 467

    St George Dragons AFC, part of the NSW/ACT competition, these are some of the players that play 4 a wonderful and great club!!!!!
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  • Sydney Swans Football Club ---- Visited: 60 Times

    Paddington

    Listing id: 3078

    Australia’s own code of football was played by clubs in South Melbourne and Albert Park as early as 1862, but it was June 1874 when the Red and White received its birthright. That Friday evening in the Temperance Hall, Napier Street, Emerald Hill, a group met to form a football club and four weeks later, on July 15th it was named the South Melbourne Football Club.  
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  • Sydney University Australian Rules Club ---- Visited: 64 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 471

    SUANFC is the oldest Australian Rules Club in NSW and the fourth oldest in Australia (est 1863). Over the past 25 years the club has won seven Senior first grade flags('1981, '1986, '1987, '1992 (SFL), '1997, 2003 and 2005 and have been runners up a further five times ('1998','1999','2000', '2002', '2004', '2006').
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  • Terrigal Avoca Football Club ---- Visited: 61 Times

    Terrigal

    Listing id: 3123

    The Terrigal Avoca Australian Football Club is located on the NSW Central Coast. It is a proud club with a history dating back to 1976   
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  • Tocumwal Football Club ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Tocumwal

    Listing id: 2863

    First ever recorded match by Tocumwal Football Club, on 6th May v Cobram.  The game was played at Tocumwal on the Recreation Reserve, the present site of the Tocumwal Pony Club.  Cobram defeated Tocumwal 5.8-38 to 1.5-11.  A return match was played at Cobram on 27th May, which was also won by Cobram.  
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  • Turvey Park Bulldogs Football Club ---- Visited: 82 Times

    Turvey Park

    Listing id: 1658

    Turvey Park Bulldogs Football Club may be reached thru PO Box 551, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650.
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  • University of Technology, Sydney Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 58 Times

    Paddington

    Listing id: 480

    Home Ground: Trumper Park, Glenmore Rd, Paddington.   Competitions: First Division, Second Division, Third Division, Fourth Division.  Training - Tuesday & Thursday nights 6.15pm 
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  • Wagga Tigers Football Club ---- Visited: 69 Times

    Wagga Wagga

    Listing id: 1659

    Competes in the Riverina Football League 
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  • Wakool football Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Wakool

    Listing id: 1805

    Home Ground: Recreation Reserve Dampier St, Wakool
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  • Warners Bay Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Warners Bay

    Listing id: 3124

    The name Warners Bay has been around in football parlance since the beginning of the 70s when in 1972 Warners Bay High School won the local Junior (Under 17) Competition.  
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  • Western Suburbs Australian Football Club ---- Visited: 80 Times

    Ashbury

    Listing id: 485

    In October, 1947 the Western Suburbs Australian Football Club was officially reformed to compete in the Sydney Australian Football League however it was a Club without a home. The Club was the first Australian Rules Football Club to have fully licensed premises in NSW and is still the only surviving licensed AFL Club in Sydney today.
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  • Wollongong Lions Football Club ---- Visited: 72 Times

    Wollongong

    Listing id: 487

    Home Ground: North Dalton Park - Pioneer Rd, Towradgi (Wollongong) Competitions: Premier Division, Division One, Under 18 Premier Cup
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  • Woy Woy Peninsula Swans AFC ---- Visited: 79 Times

    Woy Woy

    Listing id: 3125

    Peninsula Swans Junior Australian Football Club is a Fun, Family oriented football club,Training Volunteers, Coaches, Trainers, and Players through Aussie Rules Football.
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  • Wyong Lakes Football Club Inc. ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Wyongah

    Listing id: 3126

    Wyong Lakes Football Club Inc. may be reached thru PO Box 4022, Wyongah, NSW 2263.
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