Port Adelaide Football Club
About the Port Adelaide Football Club
The Port Adelaide Football Club - known as the 'Power' in the AFL - was established almost 140 years ago, in 1870.
The club played in the top South Australian league (the SANFL) until 1996 - winning a record 34 premierships - and then joined the national competition, the AFL, in 1997. We won the AFL premiership in 2004.
The Port Adelaide Football Club is steeped in tradition. A part of our tradition is a history of great Aboriginal footballers. Players like Gavin Wanganeen, Shaun & Peter Burgoyne and Daniel Motlop have been integral to the successes of our club. You can learn more about these players in the 'heroes' section.
The Port Adelaide Football Club is supporting the Aboriginal Power Cup to help young people achieve their dreams. Our players get a real thrill from meeting with you and hearing about your aspirations in life. They have all come from backgrounds like yours and hope to help you have a great experience in the Power Cup.
We wish all players in the 2009 Aboriginal Power Cup the best for the competition.