Semaphore Central FC

Heritage Day 2017

This year the club celebrated with Semaphore Central’s Best Team Ever. A function was held on July 8th 2017. The following links are to the slideshows shown on the day. Heritage Day 2017 – Slideshow SCFC – Short History Group Photograph

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Heritage Day 2014

The 2014 season is the 100th anniversary of the first premiership for the Semaphore Central Football Club in Amateur League. Prior to this they had enjoyed success as Port Adelaide Reserves side playing in the SAFA. The club plans to celebrate the occasion by holding their annual Heritage Day luncheon on the 23rd of August…

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1914 – Bittersweet for Semaphore Central

Anniversary Celebrations In 2014 the Port District Football Club celebrates the 100th Anniversary of its first ever premiership in the South Australian Amateur Football League. The club which was originally known as the LeFevre Peninsula Football Club can trace its roots back to the 1870’s to some of the earliest recorded games of football in…

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Historical Team Photos

All of the Semaphore Central and Exeter team photos which we have in our possession have been posted in a photo gallery under the History Tab on our club website. We are keen to continue to add to this collection and are interested in securing as much of the clubs history as possible – this…

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PDFC Slowdown 2012

This Friday 7th of September at 6:00pm Largs Reserve is hosting its first ever Slowdown. The game will consist of two teams; Semaphore Centrals and Exeter Football Clubs. The Semaphore Centrals are being coached by Ian “Froggy” Brown whilst Exeter has an ex-Afl players father Charlie Biglands. The game will be played in traditional Crows…

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1912

As promised the Amateur League the preceding year Semaphore Central application was considered and accepted for entrance into the South Australian Amateur Football League. The first we hear of Semaphore Centrals acceptance is in a article in the Register on 19th April 1912.     The Register Tuesday 19th April 1912 AMATEUR LEAGUE The annual…

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The Road to Amateur League

How it was in 1910 . . . . South Australian Football League (SAFL) Referred to in many of the newspaper articles of the day as the “League” – in simple terms it was the equivalent to what is today the SANFL but with only one division – the A Grade and no reserves competition.…

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