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|Full name||Redcliffe Tigers Australian Rules Football Club|
|Colours||Black and yellow|
|Competition||Queensland Australian Football League|
|Ground(s)||Rothwell Park – Rothwell|
Redcliffe Tigers AFC is an Australian football club – Aussie Rules Club, that plays its home games in Rothwell, a suburb of Redcliffe, South East Queensland. It plays in the SEQAFL Div 3 Australian rules football competition. It has had a few playing strip changes in the last couple of years, from the Richmond Tiger playing guernsey to an all-black with a tiger head on the front to an all yellow with a tiger head on the front.
The Tigers have teams in under-8s, 9s 10s, 11s, 12s, 14s, 16s, 18s, Masters, Reserves and Seniors.
The club started in 1974 as the Redcliffe Peninsula Australian Football Club, a junior club with underage boys for the local junior competition.
In 1975, the seniors fielded a team in the SQAFA Division 3 and finished in seventh position. In 1975, the seniors fielded a team in the SQAFA Division 2 and finished in eighth position. A reserve side finished seventh in division 3.
1988 and the club won the SQAFA Division 2 premiership
In 2012, AFL Queensland State Association Division 2 renamed to the South East Queensland Australian Football League (SEQAFL) Division 3.
- 1988 – Southern Queensland Australian Football Association Division 2
- 2002 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 2 - Premiers and champions
- 2005 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 1
- 2008 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 2
- 2012 – AFL Queensland State Association Division 3
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