Australian Rules Football

North Adelaide Football Club

North Adelaide Football Club
SANFL Club Details
Nickname
Rooster
Year Formed
1881
Ground
Prospect Oval
Club song
Colours
Red and White
Prospect Oval The Home Of North Adelaide Football Club
Prospect Oval The Home Of North Adelaide Football Club
Capacity
20,000
Address
North Adelaide Football Club
Menzies Crescent
Prospect
South Australia 5082
Telephone
(08) 8344 8733
Fax
(08) 8269 7450
Local Weather
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Airport
Route Finder
North Adelaide Football Club Fixtures 2008
Date
Sat 29/Mar
Sat 12/Apr
Sun 20/Apr
Fri 25/Apr
Sat 3/May
Sat 10/May
Sat 17/May
Sat 24/May
Mon 9/Jun
Sat 14/Jun
Sat 21/Jun
Sat 28/Jun
Sat 5/Jul
Sat 12/Jul
Sat 19/Jul
Sat 2/Aug
Sat 9/Aug
Sun 17/Aug
Sat 23/Aug
Sat 6/Sep
Fixture
Eagles
Sturt
Port Adelaide Magpies
Central District
South Adelaide
Glenelg
Norwood
Eagles
Sturt
West Adelaide
South Adelaide
Port Adelaide Magpies
Glenelg
Norwood
Eagles
South Adelaide
Central District
Glenelg
Port Adelaide Magpies
West Adelaide
Venue
Prospect Oval
Prospect Oval
Alberton Oval
Hamra Homes Oval
Prospect Oval
Challenge Recruitment Oval
Prospect Oval
Woodville Oval
House Brothers Oval
Prospect Oval
Prospect Oval
Alberton Oval
Prospect Oval
Coopers Stadium
Prospect Oval
Hickinbotham Oval
Prospect Oval
Challenge Recruitment Oval
Prospect Oval
Broadspectrum Oval
North Adelaide Football Club All Time Records
Record attendance
19,120 in round 5 1958: Port Adelaide 14.14 (98); North Adelaide 8.10 (58)
Biggest winning margin
34.22 (226) vs. South Adelaide 6.12 (48) at Adelaide Oval in round 5 1972
Biggest losing margin
Longest winning streak
Longest losing streak
Most games
389 by Michael Redden from 1978 to 1992
Most consecutive games
Most goals
Greatest winning margin in a final
Most goals in a season
Most goals in a game
Biggest finals crowd
56,525 for 1973 grand final at Adelaide Oval: Glenelg 21.11 (137); North Adelaide 19.16 (130)
North Adelaide Football Club Honours
Premierships
1900, 1902, 1905, 1920, 1930-31, 1949, 1952, 1960, 1971-72, 1987, 1991
Minor Premierships
Magarey Medallists
Phil Sandland 1901; Tom Mackenzie 1905 & 1906; Tom Leahy 1913; Harold 'Dribbler' Hawke 1937; Jeff Pash 1939; H.Ron Phillips 1948 & 1949; Ian McKay 1950; Barrie Barbary 1960; Don Lindner 1967; Barrie Robran 1968, 1970 & 1973; Tony Antrobus 1983; Andrew Jarman 1987; Brenton Phillips 1993; Josh Francou 1996; James Allen 2007
Wooden Spoons