St Kilda Football Club | Saints
The St Kilda Football Club is one of the foundation clubs of the Victorian Football League which evolved into the AFL in 1990.
The Saints are one of 18 clubs who compete in the national competition, representing more than 40,000 members and a significant community in Melbourne's south stretching from Port Melbourne to Portsea.
St Kilda figures boldly throughout the history of Australian Rules Football with one of the earliest recorded references to the game in 1859 mentions a 'scratch team from St Kilda'.
Despite being a foundation team, St Kilda have appeared in 7 Grand Finals and won only ONE premiership (and one drawn grand final), a famous one-point win over Collingwood in the 1966 V.F.L. Grand Final.
The Saints were one of the powerhouse teams between 2004 and 2012 when it competed for two flags in 2009 (against Geelong) and 2010 (against Collingwood), winning more games than any other during that period.
St Kilda moved its training and administration base to Seaford in 2011, which paved the way for the redevelopment at RSEA Park in Moorabbin.
In 2018, the Saints returned to their spiritual heartland of Moorabbin and to a new $40 million headquarters that rivals any other in Australian sport.
❊Venue | Location ❊
RSEA Park | Moorabbin Oval [show]
⊜ 3 Linton St, Moorabbin | Map
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❊ Web Links ❊
→ St Kilda Football Club | Saints
→ Saintsational.com Forum - www.saintsational.com
❊ Also See... ❊
→ St Kilda vs Gold Coast Suns | AFL Round 10
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