AFL Football Clubs in Adelaide & South Australia

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in South Australia

Clubs Listed : 35

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  • Adelaide Football Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    West Lakes

    Listing id: 3068

    On May 21st, 1986, the SANFL formed a company, Adelaide Football Club Incorporated, with all issued shares in the said company owned by the league. Discussion and negotiations with the VFL continued through 1987, 1988, and 1989, still without agreement reached; and in 1990 the VFL became the Australian Football League.
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  • Barmera Monash Football Club ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Barmera

    Listing id: 38445

    The club is located at Queen Elizabeth Dr, Barmera, SA 5345 Australia.
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  • Barossa District Football Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Barossa

    Listing id: 3107

    The Barossa District Football Club (BDFC) was formed on the 7th November 1979 following the amalgamation of the Williamstown Rovers Football Club and the Lyndoch Football Club playing in the Gawler and District League.
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  • Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association ---- Visited: 94 Times

    Greenock

    Listing id: 3105

    The Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association (BL&GFA) is a dynamic body representing the Australian Rules Football playing public and Stake holders within the declared boundary of the BL&G in Country SA, in respect of Australia's number one football code.
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  • Bridgewater Raiders Football Club ---- Visited: 89 Times

    Bridgewater

    Listing id: 39066

    We are a proud, family orientated Club, situated in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Established in 1956, the Club provides Aussie Rules Football facilities for use by the communities of the Adelaide suburbs of Bridgewater, Verdun, Aldgate and Stirling.
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  • Central District Football Club ---- Visited: 86 Times

    Elizabeth

    Listing id: 399

    In the greatest SANFL grand final in a generation, Central District held on for an exciting six-point victory over Norwood to claim its ninth premiership from 11 consecutive grand finals.
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  • Gawler Centrals Football Club ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Gawler

    Listing id: 3109

    The Gawler Central Football Club was first  formed in 1889 playing in a Gawler competition with South Gawler and Willaston, and we are celebrating our 120 Year Anniversary in 2009.
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  • Gawler Districts AFL Masters Football Club ---- Visited: 106 Times

    Gawler Eas

    Listing id: 38484

    1996- Gawler Districts changed home grounds again, this time moving to Gawler Central Oval at Princess Park Dog Track. 2000- Gawler Districts made their final move, leaving Princess Park and settling down at Argarna Park, the home of the Elizabeth Football Club.
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  • Glenelg Football Club ---- Visited: 87 Times

    Glenelg

    Listing id: 400

    The Glenelg Football Club is a community-based sport and entertainment organisation committed to the development and promotion of Australian Football within the City of Holdfast Bay and environs and the South East of South Australia.
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  • Hamley Bridge Football Club ---- Visited: 80 Times

    Hamley Bridge

    Listing id: 3084

    The Hamley Bridge Football Club (HBFC) is an Aussie Rules Club based in the Adelaide Plains Football Association, South Australia. We are a small town with a population of 600 and are situated one hour north of the centre of Adelaide.
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  • Henley Sharks Football Club ---- Visited: 109 Times

    Henley Beach

    Listing id: 38494

    The Henley Sharks Football Club is an Australian Rules Football organisation playing in Adelaide's "South Australian Amatuer Football League (SAAFL)". It has been providing footballing opportunities for local adults and children since at least 1906.
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  • Hummocks-Watchman Football Club ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Port Wakefield

    Listing id: 3085

    The Eagles Sports & Community Centre is located on Drake Crescent in Port Wakefield just off Highway One and is home to the Hummocks-Watchman Eagles football club 
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  • Ironbank Football Club ---- Visited: 79 Times

    Blackwood

    Listing id: 499

    The Ironbank Football Club was born in 1986 after a handful of players were dissatisfied with other clubs they were playing for. Permission to play football on the cherry Gardens Oval had to be granted by the Recreation Committee. 
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  • Kaniva Leeor United Football Club ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Kaniva

    Listing id: 1634

    Kaniva Leeor United Football Club has only been in existence since 1996, and has yet to win a senior premiership. The Cougars finished 10th of 12 clubs in 2006 with a 4-13 record.
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  • Kapunda Football Club ---- Visited: 56 Times

    Kapunda

    Listing id: 3110

    On Wednesday 18th April 1866 a public meeting was held in the North Kapunda Hotel for the purpose of forming a football club. It was unanimously resolved that a club be formed and called 'The Kapunda Football Club'.  
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  • Kingston City Football Club ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Kingston

    Listing id: 1636

    Kingston City "REDS" Football club, formerly known as Kingston City Soccer club and before that "Clarinda Soccer Club" This club was formed in 1974 by a group of Oakleigh and Clayton soccer enthusiasts in1974. The club was originally called Liverpool and played its games at Clayton Technical School in Browns Road Clayton.
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  • Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League ---- Visited: 70 Times

    Mundulla

    Listing id: 1631

    Formed in 1993 with merger of Kowree Naracoorte and Tatiara Football Leagues. Affiliated with the SANFL.
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  • Lockleys Football Club Inc ---- Visited: 60 Times

    Lockleys

    Listing id: 38509

    Lockleys United Football Club (LUFC) was a forerunner to the Lockleys Football Club (LFC) as we know it today. Allan Kemp (later one of the founders of the LFC) had an association with the LUFC as a young man fifteen years of age.
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  • Lucindale Football Club ---- Visited: 74 Times

    Lucindale

    Listing id: 1638

    With a proud history of a small town club, the Lucindale Football Club invites you to have a look around our website. You can also join out Facebook page at Lucindale Footy.
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  • Mallala Football Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Mallala

    Listing id: 3086

    Our club is rich with premiership history and is proud to be part of the Adelaide Plains Football League (APFL). We are proud to say that the club has existed for about 100 years. It is the only original club of the APFL that has continually been a member and unlike many other clubs, we have had the same colours - black and white since inception.
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  • Mundulla Football Club ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Mundulla

    Listing id: 1639

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 121, Mundulla, Sa 5270.
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  • North Adelaide Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Prospect

    Listing id: 401

    As far back as 1874, the North Adelaide area had a football club, In that year, a club was formed from a number of people who had moved from Victoria to live in South Australia. They called their club the Victoria Football Club and they played their games at the bottom of Montefiore Hill, behind the Adelaide Oval. 
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  • North Gambier Football Club ---- Visited: 51 Times

    Mount Gambier

    Listing id: 2990

    The North Gambier Football Club was formed in 1935, but the history of "The Tigers" dates back to 1879, when Aussie Rules was first played in the region.
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  • Norwood Football Club ---- Visited: 57 Times

    Norwood

    Listing id: 402

    At a meeting held in the city of Adelaide on February 28, 1878, the Norwood Football Club was formed. It was apparently named after the town of Norwood, south of the River Thames near London, England. 
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  • Nuriootpa Football Club ---- Visited: 68 Times

    Nuriootpa

    Listing id: 3111

    The Nuriootpa Rover Football Club, nicknamed the Tigers, is an Australian Rules Football Club competing in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association. The club has won 16 A grade premierships, the most recent being in 2000.
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  • Ovingham Football Club ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Ovingham

    Listing id: 47061

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  • Port Adelaide Football Club ---- Visited: 63 Times

    Port Adelaide

    Listing id: 3076

    The Port Adelaide Football club is arguably the most successful senior football club, not only in South Australia but Australia-wide. In 1997 the club reached another landmark in its history by joining the country's national competition  the Australian Football League.
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  • Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    Alberton

    Listing id: 403

    The first game Port ever played was a draw. That was in 1870 against a team called the Young Australians on May 24, at a place called Buck's Flat on the Glanville Hall Estate property of Captain John Hart, the club's first president.
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  • South Adelaide Football Club ---- Visited: 50 Times

    Noarlunga Downs

    Listing id: 404

    The South Adelaide Football Club traces its origins back to the year 1876; at that time, a few players who had formerly belonged to the Adelaide Football Club decided to form a club of their own. They combined with another group who had broken away in the previous year, and the team we now know as the Panthers had its beginning at a meeting in the Draper Memorial schoolrooms.
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  • South Gawler Football Club ---- Visited: 75 Times

    Gawler South

    Listing id: 3112

    The SGFC was first founded in 1889 by James Fitzgerald. With 37 first grade premierships since, South has the second most premierships in South Australia and is the equal fourth most winningest club in the entire world.
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  • Sturt Football Club ---- Visited: 59 Times

    Unley

    Listing id: 405

    1901 - The Sturt Cricket Club decides to form a football club in the Unley area. Their application to join the South Australian Football Association is successful and the Sturt Football Club is born.
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  • Tanunda Football Club ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Tanunda

    Listing id: 3113

    Welcome to the Tanunda Football Club, established in 1908. The Tanunda Football Club is part of the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association, which comprises Angaston, Barossa District, Freeling, Gawler Central, Kapunda, Nuriootpa, South Gawler and Willaston Clubs. 
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  • West Adelaide Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Richmond

    Listing id: 406

    As a football historian, I have found the exact birthdates of both West Torrens (Natives) and North Adelaide (Medindie) using a multitude of SA Papers from the 19th Century. But when it comes to our club, I have failed to find an exact date of birth.
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  • Woodville-West Torrens Football Club ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Woodville

    Listing id: 407

    This club was formed in 1991 when the Woodville Football Club and the West Torrens Football Club merged. Woodville joined the SA Amateur Football League in 1940, joining the League competition in 1959. 
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