List of SANFL premiers

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This page is a chronological listing of the premiership winners in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) – the premier Australian rules football competition in the state of South Australia.

List of SANFL premiers[edit]

Year Club Captain Coach
1877 South Adelaide G. D. Kennedy No coach
1878 Norwood J. R. Osborn No coach
1879 Norwood J. R. Osborn No coach
1880 Norwood J. R. Osborn No coach
1881 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1882 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1883 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1884 Port Adelaide N. R. Turpenny N. R. Turpenny
1885 South Adelaide A. J. Hall No coach
1886 Adelaide J. D. Stephens No coach
1887 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1888 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1889 Norwood Alfred Waldron No coach
1890 Port Adelaide K. McKenzie J. McGargill
1891 Norwood A. J. Grayson No coach
1892 South Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1893 South Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1894 Norwood John Daly No coach
1895 South Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1896 South Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1897 Port Adelaide K. McKenzie J. McGargill
1898 South Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1899 South Adelaide A. E. Tomlin No coach
1900 North Adelaide Ernie Jones No coach
1901 Norwood G. C. Barnes No coach
1902 North Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1903 Port Adelaide Arch Hosie J. McGargill
1904 Norwood Phil Newland No coach
1905 North Adelaide John Reedman No coach
1906 Port Adelaide J. Fletcher/ L. T. Corston J. McGargill
1907 Norwood Alby Bahr No coach
1908 West Adelaide Bernie Leahy John Reedman
1909 West Adelaide Bernie Leahy No coach
1910 Port Adelaide J. Woollard Arch Hosie
1911 West Adelaide J Dailey No coach
1912 West Adelaide J Dailey No coach
1913 Port Adelaide Jack Londrigan Jack Londrigan
1914 Port Adelaide Jack Londrigan Jack Londrigan
1915 Sturt W. Wayman W. Wayman
1916–18 Competition suspended
during World War 1
1919 Sturt W. Wayman W. Wayman
1920 North Adelaide Tom Leahy Alby Klose
1921 Port Adelaide Harold Oliver Sampson Hosking
1922 Norwood Sid White Tom Leahy
1923 Norwood Sid White Tom Leahy
1924 West Torrens Roy Brown Roy Brown/John Karney
1925 Norwood Sid White Sid White
1926 Sturt Frank Golding Frank Golding
1927 West Adelaide Bruce McGregor Bruce McGregor
1928 Port Adelaide Vic Johnson Sampson Hosking
1929 Norwood Walter Scott Walter Scott
1930 North Adelaide Jim McDowall Percy Lewis
1931 North Adelaide Percy Furler Jim McDowall
1932 Sturt Vic Bateman Sid White
1933 West Torrens Wally Williamson Sampson Hosking
1934 Glenelg Jack Owens Bruce McGregor
1935 South Adelaide Frank Tully Vic Johnson
1936 Port Adelaide Jack Dermody Sampson Hosking
1937 Port Adelaide Jack Dermody Sampson Hosking
1938 South Adelaide Jack Dawes Len Ashby
1939 Port Adelaide Bob Quinn Bob Quinn
1940 Sturt Bo Morton Bo Morton
1941 Norwood Kevin Hardiman Perce McCallum
1942–44 Competition suspended
during World War 2
1945 West Torrens Jack Thiele Mal Drury
1946 Norwood Jack Oatey Jack Oatey
1947 West Adelaide John Taylor Gordon Scott
1948 Norwood Jack Oatey Jack Oatey
1949 North Adelaide Ian McKay Ken Farmer
1950 Norwood Jack Oatey Jack Oatey
1951 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1952 North Adelaide Ian McKay Ken Farmer
1953 West Torrens Bob Hank Joe Kinlough
1954 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1955 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1956 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1957 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1958 Port Adelaide Fos Williams Fos Williams
1959 Port Adelaide Geof Motley Geof Motley
1960 North Adelaide Don Gilbourne Jack McCarthy
1961 West Adelaide Neil Kerley Neil Kerley
1962 Port Adelaide Geof Motley Fos Williams
1963 Port Adelaide Geof Motley Fos Williams
1964 South Adelaide Neil Kerley Neil Kerley
1965 Port Adelaide Geof Motley Fos Williams
1966 Sturt John Halbert Jack Oatey
1967 Sturt John Halbert Jack Oatey
1968 Sturt John Halbert Jack Oatey
1969 Sturt Bob Shearman Jack Oatey
1970 Sturt Bob Shearman Jack Oatey
1971 North Adelaide Mike Patterson Mike Patterson
1972 North Adelaide Mike Patterson Mike Patterson
1973 Glenelg Peter Marker Neil Kerley
1974 Sturt Paul Bagshaw Jack Oatey
1975 Norwood John Wynne Bob Hammond
1976 Sturt Paul Bagshaw Jack Oatey
1977 Port Adelaide Russell Ebert John Cahill
1978 Norwood Michael Taylor Bob Hammond
1979 Port Adelaide Brian Cunningham John Cahill
1980 Port Adelaide Brian Cunningham John Cahill
1981 Port Adelaide Brian Cunningham John Cahill
1982 Norwood Phil Gallagher /Greg Turbill Neil Balme
1983 West Adelaide Ian Borchard Neil Kerley
1984 Norwood Danny Jenkins Neil Balme
1985 Glenelg Peter Carey Graham Cornes
1986 Glenelg Peter Carey Graham Cornes
1987 North Adelaide Darel Hart Mick Nunan
1988 Port Adelaide Martin Leslie John Cahill
1989 Port Adelaide Russell Johnston John Cahill
1990 Port Adelaide Russell Johnston John Cahill
1991 North Adelaide Kim Klomp Mick Nunan
1992 Port Adelaide Greg Phillips John Cahill
1993 Woodville-West Torrens Peter Schwarz Bruce Winter
1994 Port Adelaide Tim Ginever John Cahill
1995 Port Adelaide Tim Ginever John Cahill
1996 Port Adelaide Tim Ginever John Cahill/Stephen Williams
1997 Norwood Garry McIntosh Peter Rohde
1998 Port Adelaide Darryl Borlase Stephen Williams
1999 Port Adelaide David Brown Stephen Williams
2000 Central District Danny Hulm Peter Jonas
2001 Central District Daniel Healy Alastair Clarkson
2002 Sturt Chris Thredgold Brenton Phillips
2003 Central District Daniel Healy Roy Laird
2004 Central District Daniel Healy Roy Laird
2005 Central District Daniel Healy Roy Laird
2006 Woodville-West Torrens Justin Cicolella Ron Fuller
2007 Central District Matthew Slade / Paul Thomas Roy Laird
2008 Central District Matthew Slade / Paul Thomas Roy Laird
2009 Central District Matthew Slade / Paul Thomas Roy Laird
2010 Central District Paul Thomas Roy Laird
2011 Woodville-West Torrens Mark McKenzie Michael Godden
2012 Norwood Brett Zorzi Nathan Bassett
2013 Norwood Kieran McGuinness Nathan Bassett

Number of SANFL premierships by club[edit]

Club Premierships
Port Adelaide 36
Norwood 29
North Adelaide 13
Sturt 13
South Adelaide 11
Central District 9
West Adelaide 8
West Torrens 4
Glenelg 4
Woodville-West Torrens 3
Adelaide 1

Most consecutive SANFL premierships[edit]

Club Premierships Sequence
Port Adelaide 6 1954-59
Norwood 6 1878-83
Sturt 5 1966–70
Central District 4 2007–10

SANFL Grand Final Records[edit]

Prior to 1974 all SANFL Grand Finals were held at the Adelaide Oval. From 1974 to 2013 they were held at Football Park. From 2014 onwards they are to return to Adelaide Oval.

  • Largest Attendance at Football Park: 66,897 - Sturt 17.14 (116) d Port Adelaide 10.15 (75), 1976
  • Smallest Attendance at Football Park: 22,207 - Central District 23.15 (153) d Woodville-West Torrens 4.4 (28), 2004
  • Largest Attendance at Adelaide Oval: 62,543 - Port Adelaide 12.8 (80) d Sturt 12.5 (77), 1965
  • Highest Score: 24.15 (159) Sturt d Glenelg 13.16 (94), 1969
  • Lowest Score: 1.6 (12) Port Adelaide lost to North Adelaide 6.8 (44), 1905
  • Largest Winning Margin: 125 points - Central District 23.15 (153) d Woodville-West Torrens 4.4 (28), 2004
  • Smallest Winning Margin: 1 point - Norwood 16.15 (111) d Sturt 14.26 (110), 1978
  • Highest Losing Score: 19.16 (130) North Adelaide lost to Glenelg 21.11 (137), 1973
  • Lowest Winning Score: 8.10 (58) Port Adelaide d West Adelaide 7.13 (55), 1962
  • Highest Match Aggregate: 267 points - Glenelg 21.11 (137) d North Adelaide 19.16 (130), 1973
  • Lowest Match Aggregate: 95 points - Port Adelaide 9.9 (63) d South Adelaide 3.14 (32), 1979

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