• Information is being sought about the history of a 1937 South Australian State team blazer. Sporting the Croweaters' red, blue and gold stripes, the blazer also has SA... [more]

  • SANFL has never had a shortage of famous supporters and in 2001, there was no better example. The League's ''Show Your True Colours'' advertising campaign featured ple... [more]

  • Most ardent SANFL fans vividly recall the infamous incident between Port Adelaide's Tim Evans and Norwood's Craig Balme before the 1984 Grand Final. But few may rememb... [more]

  • It wasn't often Glenelg captain Chris McDermott appeared on the Marks of the Day highlight reel. But in Round 8 of 1990, the rugged Bays midfielder ensured he was a co... [more]

  • It's not often players in the modern era have to confront the conditions present at Unley Oval in Round 18, 1981. Sturt and Woodville battled it out in a Mud Bath at O... [more]

  • The SANFL President's chair, which dates back to 1909, will be a part of the 140-year anniversary exhibition at the State Library this year. SANFL History Centre Manag... [more]

  • The SANFL History Centre is seeking information about a mystery football which was painted by Indigenous artist Susan Betts in 2001. Set to be a part of the SANFL's 14... [more]

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    FRIDAY FLASHBACK – 1937 STATE BLAZER

    Information is being sought about the history of a 1937 South Australian State team blazer. Sporting the Croweaters' red, blue and gold stripes, the blazer also has SA's Piping Shrike motive on the front pocket. The blazer - which had been previously housed at SANFL's former head office at West Lakes - will be on... [MORE]

    FRIDAY FLASHBACK – SHOW YOUR TRUE COLOURS 2001

    SANFL has never had a shortage of famous supporters and in 2001, there was no better example. The League's ''Show Your True Colours'' advertising campaign featured plenty of South Australia's big names - in sport, politics and the media. But perhaps the most memorable feature of the television commercial was the ... [MORE]

    FRIDAY FLASHBACK – EVANS V BALME

    Most ardent SANFL fans vividly recall the infamous incident between Port Adelaide's Tim Evans and Norwood's Craig Balme before the 1984 Grand Final. But few may remember the second round of the bout which spilled into the first pre-season match of 1985 at Football Park. Plenty of anticipation surrounded how the p... [MORE]

    FRIDAY FLASHBACK – 1990 MARKS OF THE DAY

    It wasn't often Glenelg captain Chris McDermott appeared on the Marks of the Day highlight reel. But in Round 8 of 1990, the rugged Bays midfielder ensured he was a contender with a sensational one-handed grab after out-pointing his North Adelaide opponent. Tigers' team-mate Darren Mansell climbed up high to take... [MORE]

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