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Map showing Adelaide Lutheran Sports Club


The club started in 1969 when a team was fielded in the old United Church Association for the first time. In the first year the club wore a " Footscray" style jumper and played on a parklands oval with no change room facilities. In the second year, the club moved to the Daws Road High School Oval. The club quickly grew into two teams and soon established itself as a force. A “St Kilda” style jumper was introduced in 1973. The first premiership was in 1974 (B Grade), followed by back to back A Grade Premierships in 1975 and 1976 and the Double Premiership in 1979.

The original church association folded and became the Adelaide and Suburban Association and then in 1980 we joined the old Glenelg South Football Association. In 1983, the club moved to its present home ground in the south parklands and also adopted the current style of footy jumper. In 1985, ALFC joined the Amateur League and made a quick impact by winning the A6 A Grade Premiership in 1986, the A5 Premiership in 1988 and the A4 Double Premiership in 1991. The C Grade also won the A10 Premiership in 1992. Major additions were made to the existing clubrooms in 1991 and they have been continually improved and maintained since then to provide functional facilities for all members and friends.

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