Australian Rules Football

Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club

Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club
SANFL Club Details
Nickname
Magpies
Year Formed
1870
Ground
Alberton Oval
Club song
Colours
Black and White
Alberton Oval The Home Of Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club
Alberton Oval The Home Of Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club
Capacity
15,000
Address
Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club
Queen Street
Alberton
SA 5014
Telephone
8241 0141
Fax
8241 0187
Local Weather
Travel Information
Local Transport Links
Airport
Route Finder
Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club Fixtures 2008
Date
Sat 29/Mar
Sat 5/Apr
Sat 12/Apr
Sun 20/Apr
Sat 3/May
Fri 9/May
Sat 17/May
Sun 25/May
Mon 9/Jun
Sun 22/Jun
Sat 28/Jun
Sat 5/Jul
Sat 12/Jul
Sat 26/Jul
Sun 3/Aug
Sat 9/Aug
Sun 17/Aug
Sat 23/Aug
Sun 31/Aug
Sat 6/Sep
Fixture
Central District
South Adelaide
Eagles
North Adelaide
West Adelaide
Norwood
Sturt
Central District
Glenelg
West Adelaide
North Adelaide
Eagles
Central District
South Adelaide
Norwood
West Adelaide
Sturt
North Adelaide
Glenelg
Eagles
Venue
Hamra Homes Oval
Alberton Oval
Woodville Oval
Alberton Oval
Alberton Oval
Coopers Stadium
House Brothers Oval
Alberton Oval
Challenge Recruitment Oval
Broadspectrum Oval
Alberton Oval
Alberton Oval
Hamra Homes Oval
Hickinbotham Oval
Alberton Oval
Broadspectrum Oval
Alberton Oval
Prospect Oval
Alberton Oval
Alberton Oval
Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club All Time Records
Record attendance
22,738 in round 11 1977: Port Adelaide 9.17 (71); Norwood 10.9 (69)
Biggest winning margin
37.21 (243) vs. Woodville 13.4 (82) at Football Park in round 3 1980
Biggest losing margin
Longest winning streak
Longest losing streak
Most games
392 by Russell Ebert from 1968 to 1978 & 1980-85
Most consecutive games
Most goals
Greatest winning margin in a final
Most goals in a season
Most goals in a game
Biggest finals crowd
66,897 for 1976 grand final at Football Park: Sturt 17.14 (116); Port Adelaide 10.15 (75)
Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club Honours
Premierships
1884, 1890, 1897, 1903, 1906, 1910, 1913-14, 1921, 1928, 1936-37, 1939, 1951, 1954-55-56-57-58-59, 1962-63, 1965, 1977, 1979-80-81, 1988-89-90, 1992, 1994-95-96,1998 & 1999
Minor Premierships
Magarey Medallists
Stan Malin 1899; Jack Mack 1907; Sampson 'Shine' Hosking 1910 & 1915; W. John Ashley 1914; Charles Adams 1921; Peter Bampton 1925; Robert Quinn 1938 & 1945; David Boyd 1956; Geof Motley 1964; Trevor Obst 1967; Russell Ebert 1971, 1974, 1976 & 1980; Peter Woite 1975; Greg Anderson 1986; Scott Hodges 1990; Nathan Buckley 1992; Tony Brown 2001; Ryan O'Connor 2001; Brett Ebert 2003; Jeremy Clayton 2005
Wooden Spoons