Enfield City FC

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Enfield City
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Full name Enfield City Football Club
Nickname(s) Falcons
Founded 1946
Dissolved 2014
Ground Rushworth Reserve
Anson St, Blair Athol
Website Club home page

Enfield City Football Club was a semi-professional association football club based in Adelaide, South Australia. Enfield City played in the FFSA South Australian State League up to 2014. Their home ground was Rushworth Reserve at Blair Athol, north of Adelaide.

Enfield City won the FFSA South Australian Premier League for 2011 and have been promoted to the FFSA South Australian Super League

Honours[edit]

Premier League – Champions 2011
State League – Champions 2009
Premier League – Runners up 2006 & 2007
State League – Runners up 2002
1st Division League Champions – 1961, 1983, 1993
2nd Division Champions – 1940, 1951, 1957, 1962
3rd Division Champions – 1960

Federation Cup Winners – 1923, 1961
Federation Cup Runners Up – 1924, 1953, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1980
Ampol Cup Winners – 1963

Under 23's – Premier League Champions 2003 & 2011
Under 23's – State League Grand Finalists 2000, 2001, 2002
Under 19's – State League Runners Up 2002
Under 19's – State League Champions 1999 & 2009
Under 17's – U17C JPL Champions 2012

Under 16's – U16B JPL Champions 2012

Premier League Reserves Player of the Year – Sam Monteleone 2011
Premier League Player of the Year – Shane Pearce 2006
(SASF) Premier League Player of the Year – Jimmy Tsekinis 2003
Bob Telfer Medal – Mark Mulady 2002
Len Alagich Trophy – James Costa 2000
Rob Jones Trophy – Jindou Lee 2000
Bob Telfer Medal – Craig Woods 1998
Bob Telfer Medal – Nathan Day 1992
Rothman's Medal – Robert Tuffs 1978
West End Medal – Peter McKenzie 1966

Top Goalscorer First Division: E. Dankowski (Victoria) 1958
Top Goalscorer First Division: M. Dunbar (Prospect Utd.) 1953

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