Henley Football Club
|Full name||Henley Football Club|
|Strip||Navy Blue, White Shark Emblem|
|Sport||Australian Rules Football|
|League||SAAFL, Metro West Junior Football League|
|Ground||Henley & Grange Memorial Oval|
|Club song||We are the Navy Blues|
The Henley Football Club is an Australian rules football team that has been in existence since about 1899 and has been known by its current name since 1998. The Henley 'Sharks' field five senior teams in the South Australian Amateur Football League (SAAFL), Division 1 and 1 Reserves, Division 7 and 7 Reserves and Under 18's. The club also fields many junior teams in the Metro West Junior Football League in grades ranging from Under 8's through to Under 16's.
The Henley Football Club has been affiliated with several different leagues in its history including the SAAFL, West Torrens District Football Association, Adelaide & Suburban Football League and the South Australian Football Association (SAFA). The Henley Sharks have also been known as Henley Beach, Henley & Grange, Henley Two Blues, Henley Eagles, Henley District & Old Scholars and Henley Greek.
Australian Football League (AFL) players who represented Henley include Warren Tredrea (Port Adelaide), Sam Phillipou (Western Bulldogs), Matthew Pavlich (Fremantle), Ken McGregor (Adelaide) and Paul Bulluss (Richmond).
The 2013 season was another successful season with the senior side making the Division 1 finals. The B-Grade for a change didn't make the finals after playing in 4 grand finals in a row. The C Grade in Division 7 finished one win outside of the finals, whilst the D-Grade won the 2013 premiership.