Leagues & Clubs
Leagues and Clubs
We are an autonomous corporate entity authorised by the SANFL to carry out various activities involving football. To foster grassroots participation in football, the South Australia community established about 24 clubs across different regions with one metropolitan league known as the South Australian Amateur football league (SAAFL), a women’s football league and six junior leagues comprising of boys and girls.
The South Amateur Football League
This league is the male senior league of the SANFL based in Australia. It consists of several teams and also allows competition with other club players of the same standards. The teams are assigned numbers based on performance, and the spirit of sportsmanship and hospitality guides them.
Discipline is enforced through laid down rules and guidelines. Also, football training is predetermined and happen on different days. Team members must attend at least two of our weekly field practices.
The 24 clubs on our senior league include
- Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association
- Far West Football club
- Hills Football club
- Mallee Football club
- Mid-South Eastern
- Mid-west Football club
- Far North Football club
- Riverland Football League
- South Australian Amateur football team
- Spencer Gulf Football club
- Yorke Peninsula Football League
- Whyalla Football league
- Adelaide Plains club
- Western border football team
- Broken Hill football league
- Great Flinders league
- Kangaroo Island Football club
- Kowree Narcoote Tatiara football league
- Lincoln football team
- River Murray Football
- South Australian female football club
- Southern football association
- Northern Areas football club
We look forward to reaching out to more regions, and therefore, we are scouting for players, especially in regions other than the areas mentioned above. To get started, kindly fill the form below or send us an application mail.
The Women Football League
Gone are the days where football participation was gender-based and restricted. Female football activities keep increasing daily, and the South Australian community is not left out in the developing trend. The female team is relatively smaller than the male team because of the old stereotypical opinion about football.
The female league consists of teams trained based on sportsmanship and trains at least three times a week. There are local competitions from time to time that include female’s participation. Most times, women football matches are deliberately organised.
The teams are ranked in order of performance, especially when there is an upcoming tournament. The league is run by the South Australia football league and promoted alongside the male team.
Are you interested in joining a female football team or an enthusiast? We are currently scouting for players, and we will gladly welcome you. There are no special skills needed other than your enthusiasm, hard work and commitment.
We practice at least twice a week, and the auditorium with the address below is wide open to everyone who wishes to watch us play.
The Junior League consists of boys and girls playing football. Like the senior league, it consists of various team categories under 16, under 14, and 12.
The Australian Junior football league are
- The metro south and west Junior league
- North East Junior football club
- Port Augusta Junior Football
- Western Border Junior football team
If you are interested in joining our junior team