Balmain Australian Football Club
|Full name||Balmain Tigers Australian Football Club|
|Premierships||1988, 1989, 1992, 1997, 1998, 2014|
|Official website||Official Balmain Tigers Australian Football Club Website|
|Guernsey: Black with Yellow sash (Clash Jumper is inverted)|
The team train at Glover st Oval in Lilyfield from 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Home games are currently at Henson Park in Marrickville.
The club formed in 1903 as the Balmain Football Club, a founding member of the Sydney Football League.
The Tigers won the Sydney AFL flag most recently in 2014.
Sydney Swans player Troy Luff played for Balmain after retiring from the Australian Football League from 2002 onward. Rugby league player Wally Messenger (the brother of Dally Messenger) played for the club in its early days.
Players to make VFL/AFL level from the Balmain Tigers over the years included John Stephenson (1907, Essendon), Charles Brown (1916–1923, Collingwood) Jack Armstrong (1925, St Kilda), Neil Davies (1955, Richmond), Paul Feltham (1970–78, North Melbourne, Richmond) and Ray Hall (1999, Richmond).
In 2010 and 2011 Nic Fosdike (Sydney Swans) was the senior playing coach while Nick Davis (Sydney Swans), Jason Saddington (Sydney Swans) and Chad Fletcher (West Coast Eagles) played alongside Fosdike.
In 2014 the club broke a 16-year drought to take out the Division 1 premiership
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