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Beginnings: Port Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed The Power, are an Australian rules football club reigning from Port Adelaide, South Australia, that plays in the AFL. Port Adelaide is the oldest club in South Australia playing in the AFL and one of the oldest football clubs in the world. Since the club’s first game in 1870, it has won 34 SANFL premierships, including six in a row, and achieved the honour of being Champions of Australia on four occasions.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 50,275 in round 20 2002: Port Adelaide 12.12 (84); Adelaide 11.10 (76)
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 117 points v Hawthorn, Round 13, 2005 AAMI Stadium, Adelaide
  • * Most Games: 392 by Russell Ebert 1968-78 & 1980-85
  • * Most Goals: 409 - Warren Tredrea (1997- Present
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 77,671 for 2004 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
10 Port Adelaide 22 10 12 0 2055 1939 106.0 40

Port list strengthened, says Davies

THE 2017 Free Agency and Trade Periods have ended with the Port Adelaide Football Club pleased to sign big name trio Tom Rockliff, Steven Motlop and Jack Watts.

General Manager of Football, Chris Davies, says the Power achieved what it set out to.

“Jason Cripps and his list management team put a lot of preparation in during the year and were able to execute the deals they planned for,” Davies said.

“They identified Tom and Steven some time ago as free agents who we were interested in bringing to the club.

“Jack Watts’ availability became apparent some time later but again it is a credit to Jason and his team, plus Ken Hinkley, Travis Boak and several others at the club, that they were able to convince these young men that there’s a bright future on offer at Alberton.”

Davies says he’s confident Port Adelaide has strengthened its list but warns that doesn’t guarantee success.

“There’s a lot...


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Read more: Port list strengthened, says Davies

2017 Trade Summary

With the 2017 NAB Trade Period drawing to a close, we take a look at our involvement this year.

Ins:

Tom Rockliff - joined Port Adelaide from Brisbane as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Round 20 - Brisbane v Western Bulldogs
  • 27-years-old
  • Midfielder
  • 154 games
  • 2x Brisbane Lions club champion

Steven Motlop - joined Port Adelaide from Geelong as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Second Semi Final - Geelong v Sydney
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward
  • 135 games
  • 175 goals

Jack Watts - joined Port Adelaide from Melbourne in exchange for pick 31

AFL 2017 Round 23 - Collingwood v Melbourne
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward/utility
  • 153 games
  • 143 goals

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received picks 59 and 63 in this year’s Draft plus a future second round selection from St Kilda in exchange for pick 34 and a future fourth round selection

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received pick 46 in this year’s Draft plus a future third round selection from North Melbourne in exchange for two future third round selections

Our 2017 NAB National Draft picks:

46, 49, 59, 62, 63,...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Trade Summary

Port list strengthened, says Davies

THE 2017 Free Agency and Trade Periods have ended with the Port Adelaide Football Club pleased to sign big name trio Tom Rockliff, Steven Motlop and Jack Watts.

General Manager of Football, Chris Davies, says the Power achieved what it set out to.

“Jason Cripps and his list management team put a lot of preparation in during the year and were able to execute the deals they planned for,” Davies said.

“They identified Tom and Steven some time ago as free agents who we were interested in bringing to the club.

“Jack Watts’ availability became apparent some time later but again it is a credit to Jason and his team, plus Ken Hinkley, Travis Boak and several others at the club, that they were able to convince these young men that there’s a bright future on offer at Alberton.”

Davies says he’s confident Port Adelaide has strengthened its list but warns that doesn’t guarantee success.

“There’s a lot...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Port list strengthened, says Davies

Port list strengthened, says Davies

THE 2017 Free Agency and Trade Periods have ended with the Port Adelaide Football Club pleased to sign big name trio Tom Rockliff, Steven Motlop and Jack Watts.

General Manager of Football, Chris Davies, says the Power achieved what it set out to.

“Jason Cripps and his list management team put a lot of preparation in during the year and were able to execute the deals they planned for,” Davies said.

“They identified Tom and Steven some time ago as free agents who we were interested in bringing to the club.

“Jack Watts’ availability became apparent some time later but again it is a credit to Jason and his team, plus Ken Hinkley, Travis Boak and several others at the club, that they were able to convince these young men that there’s a bright future on offer at Alberton.”

Davies says he’s confident Port Adelaide has strengthened its list but warns that doesn’t guarantee success.

“There’s a lot...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Port list strengthened, says Davies

Port list strengthened, says Davies

THE 2017 Free Agency and Trade Periods have ended with the Port Adelaide Football Club pleased to sign big name trio Tom Rockliff, Steven Motlop and Jack Watts.

General Manager of Football, Chris Davies, says the Power achieved what it set out to.

“Jason Cripps and his list management team put a lot of preparation in during the year and were able to execute the deals they planned for,” Davies said.

“They identified Tom and Steven some time ago as free agents who we were interested in bringing to the club.

“Jack Watts’ availability became apparent some time later but again it is a credit to Jason and his team, plus Ken Hinkley, Travis Boak and several others at the club, that they were able to convince these young men that there’s a bright future on offer at Alberton.”

Davies says he’s confident Port Adelaide has strengthened its list but warns that doesn’t guarantee success.

“There’s a lot...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Port list strengthened, says Davies

2017 Trade Summary

With the 2017 NAB Trade Period drawing to a close, we take a look at our involvement this year.

Ins:

Tom Rockliff - joined Port Adelaide from Brisbane as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Round 20 - Brisbane v Western Bulldogs
  • 27-years-old
  • Midfielder
  • 154 games
  • 2x Brisbane Lions club champion

Steven Motlop - joined Port Adelaide from Geelong as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Second Semi Final - Geelong v Sydney
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward
  • 135 games
  • 175 goals

Jack Watts - joined Port Adelaide from Melbourne in exchange for pick 31

AFL 2017 Round 23 - Collingwood v Melbourne
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward/utility
  • 153 games
  • 143 goals

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received picks 59 and 63 in this year’s Draft plus a future second round selection from St Kilda in exchange for pick 34 and a future fourth round selection

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received pick 46 in this year’s Draft plus a future third round selection from North Melbourne in exchange for two future third round selections

Our 2017 NAB National Draft picks:

46, 49, 59, 62, 63,...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Trade Summary

2017 Trade Summary

With the 2017 NAB Trade Period drawing to a close, we take a look at our involvement this year.

Ins:

Tom Rockliff - joined Port Adelaide from Brisbane as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Round 20 - Brisbane v Western Bulldogs
  • 27-years-old
  • Midfielder
  • 154 games
  • 2x Brisbane Lions club champion

Steven Motlop - joined Port Adelaide from Geelong as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Second Semi Final - Geelong v Sydney
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward
  • 135 games
  • 175 goals

Jack Watts - joined Port Adelaide from Melbourne in exchange for pick 31

AFL 2017 Round 23 - Collingwood v Melbourne
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward/utility
  • 153 games
  • 143 goals

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received picks 59 and 63 in this year’s Draft plus a future second round selection from St Kilda in exchange for pick 34 and a future fourth round selection

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received pick 46 in this year’s Draft plus a future third round selection from North Melbourne in exchange for two future third round selections

Our 2017 NAB National Draft picks:

46, 49, 59, 62, 63,...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Trade Summary

AFL: Trade period verdict

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This story originally appeared on afl.com.au. The views represented are not that of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

• 2018 Memberships available now

In: Bryce Gibbs, Sam Gibson, picks 12, 39, 77, 2018 first-round pick (Melbourne), 2018 second-round pick (Carlton), 2018 third-round pick (Carlton) and 2018 fourth-round pick (Melbourne)

Out: Charlie Cameron, Jake Lever, Harrison Wigg, picks 16, 36, 54, 73, 91, 2018 second-round pick, 2018 third-round pick and 2018 fourth-round pick

Win: Bolstered the midfield

Lose: A pair of gun youngsters 

2017 draft picks: 12, 39, 77, 109

What they couldn't get done: The Crows were linked with contracted Bomber Aaron Francis, but declined to make a serious play for the South Australian.

Nick Bowen's verdict: The Crows were put on the back foot before the trade period when Jake Lever and Charlie Cameron requested trades. They made the best of a bad...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: AFL: Trade period verdict

2017 Trade Summary

With the 2017 NAB Trade Period drawing to a close, we take a look at our involvement this year.

Ins:

Tom Rockliff - joined Port Adelaide from Brisbane as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Round 20 - Brisbane v Western Bulldogs
  • 27-years-old
  • Midfielder
  • 154 games
  • 2x Brisbane Lions club champion

Steven Motlop - joined Port Adelaide from Geelong as a restricted free agent

AFL 2017 Second Semi Final - Geelong v Sydney
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward
  • 135 games
  • 175 goals

Jack Watts - joined Port Adelaide from Melbourne in exchange for pick 31

AFL 2017 Round 23 - Collingwood v Melbourne
  • 26-years-old
  • Forward/utility
  • 153 games
  • 143 goals

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received picks 59 and 63 in this year’s Draft plus a future second round selection from St Kilda in exchange for pick 34 and a future fourth round selection

Pick swap - Port Adelaide received pick 46 in this year’s Draft plus a future third round selection from North Melbourne in exchange for two future third round selections

Our 2017 NAB National Draft picks:

46, 49, 59, 62, 63,...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Trade Summary

Trade wrap with Chris Davies

AFL 2016 Media - NAB Trade Period

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Chris Davies, General Manager - Football at Port Adelaide addresses the media during the NAB Trade Period at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on October 10, 2016. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

We sat down with our General Manager of Football Chris Davies to give our members and fans an understanding of our decision-making process throughout the trade period.

We discussed the key objectives heading in to this year’s trade period, what we can expect from the new recruits, farewelling a number of players, and our positioning is the next two drafts.

What were the main priorities heading in to this trade period?

Our issues were clear throughout the season - we weren’t able to finish our work inside 50, our composure lacked at times, and our accuracy in front of goal cost us.

There were at least two or three games during the 2017 season where...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Trade wrap with Chris Davies

AFL: Trade period verdict

crippa.jpg

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au. The views represented are not that of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

• 2018 Memberships available now

In: Bryce Gibbs, Sam Gibson, picks 12, 39, 77, 2018 first-round pick (Melbourne), 2018 second-round pick (Carlton), 2018 third-round pick (Carlton) and 2018 fourth-round pick (Melbourne)

Out: Charlie Cameron, Jake Lever, Harrison Wigg, picks 16, 36, 54, 73, 91, 2018 second-round pick, 2018 third-round pick and 2018 fourth-round pick

Win: Bolstered the midfield

Lose: A pair of gun youngsters 

2017 draft picks: 12, 39, 77, 109

What they couldn't get done: The Crows were linked with contracted Bomber Aaron Francis, but declined to make a serious play for the South Australian.

Nick Bowen's verdict: The Crows were put on the back foot before the trade period when Jake Lever and Charlie Cameron requested trades. They made the best of a bad...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: AFL: Trade period verdict

AFL: Trade period verdict

crippa.jpg

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au. The views represented are not that of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

• 2018 Memberships available now

In: Bryce Gibbs, Sam Gibson, picks 12, 39, 77, 2018 first-round pick (Melbourne), 2018 second-round pick (Carlton), 2018 third-round pick (Carlton) and 2018 fourth-round pick (Melbourne)

Out: Charlie Cameron, Jake Lever, Harrison Wigg, picks 16, 36, 54, 73, 91, 2018 second-round pick, 2018 third-round pick and 2018 fourth-round pick

Win: Bolstered the midfield

Lose: A pair of gun youngsters 

2017 draft picks: 12, 39, 77, 109

What they couldn't get done: The Crows were linked with contracted Bomber Aaron Francis, but declined to make a serious play for the South Australian.

Nick Bowen's verdict: The Crows were put on the back foot before the trade period when Jake Lever and Charlie Cameron requested trades. They made the best of a bad...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: AFL: Trade period verdict

AFL: Trade period verdict

crippa.jpg

This story originally appeared on afl.com.au. The views represented are not that of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

• 2018 Memberships available now

In: Bryce Gibbs, Sam Gibson, picks 12, 39, 77, 2018 first-round pick (Melbourne), 2018 second-round pick (Carlton), 2018 third-round pick (Carlton) and 2018 fourth-round pick (Melbourne)

Out: Charlie Cameron, Jake Lever, Harrison Wigg, picks 16, 36, 54, 73, 91, 2018 second-round pick, 2018 third-round pick and 2018 fourth-round pick

Win: Bolstered the midfield

Lose: A pair of gun youngsters 

2017 draft picks: 12, 39, 77, 109

What they couldn't get done: The Crows were linked with contracted Bomber Aaron Francis, but declined to make a serious play for the South Australian.

Nick Bowen's verdict: The Crows were put on the back foot before the trade period when Jake Lever and Charlie Cameron requested trades. They made the best of a bad...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: AFL: Trade period verdict

Trade wrap with Chris Davies

AFL 2016 Media - NAB Trade Period

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Chris Davies, General Manager - Football at Port Adelaide addresses the media during the NAB Trade Period at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on October 10, 2016. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

We sat down with our General Manager of Football Chris Davies to give our members and fans an understanding of our decision-making process throughout the trade period.

We discussed the key objectives heading in to this year’s trade period, what we can expect from the new recruits, farewelling a number of players, and our positioning is the next two drafts.

What were the main priorities heading in to this trade period?

Our issues were clear throughout the season - we weren’t able to finish our work inside 50, our composure lacked at times, and our accuracy in front of goal cost us.

There were at least two or three games during the 2017 season where...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Trade wrap with Chris Davies

Trade wrap with Chris Davies

AFL 2016 Media - NAB Trade Period

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Chris Davies, General Manager - Football at Port Adelaide addresses the media during the NAB Trade Period at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on October 10, 2016. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

We sat down with our General Manager of Football Chris Davies to give our members and fans an understanding of our decision-making process throughout the trade period.

We discussed the key objectives heading in to this year’s trade period, what we can expect from the new recruits, farewelling a number of players, and our positioning is the next two drafts.

What were the main priorities heading in to this trade period?

Our issues were clear throughout the season - we weren’t able to finish our work inside 50, our composure lacked at times, and our accuracy in front of goal cost us.

There were at least two or three games during the 2017 season where...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Trade wrap with Chris Davies

Trade wrap with Chris Davies

AFL 2016 Media - NAB Trade Period

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 10: Chris Davies, General Manager - Football at Port Adelaide addresses the media during the NAB Trade Period at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on October 10, 2016. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

We sat down with our General Manager of Football Chris Davies to give our members and fans an understanding of our decision-making process throughout the trade period.

We discussed the key objectives heading in to this year’s trade period, what we can expect from the new recruits, farewelling a number of players, and our positioning is the next two drafts.

What were the main priorities heading in to this trade period?

Our issues were clear throughout the season - we weren’t able to finish our work inside 50, our composure lacked at times, and our accuracy in front of goal cost us.

There were at least two or three games during the 2017 season where...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Trade wrap with Chris Davies

Watts wants to make his mark

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 01: Jack Watts of the Demons marks the ball during a Melbourne Demons AFL training session at Gosch's Paddock on August 1, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images/AFL Media)

JACK WATTS will be looking to make an immediate impression on the Port Adelaide faithful - they’ve certainly made an impression on him.

After joining Port Adelaide in a trade with the Demons on Tuesday afternoon, the 26-year-old was quick to label our True Believers as a force to be reckoned with.  

He told FIVEaa’s Rowey and Bicks the atmosphere at a Power home game is something very special.

“There are some pretty amazing Port Adelaide supporters I would love to impress and get on my side, so I’m looking forward to that,” he said.

 “As an opposition player, it still gives me tingles.

“I can’t imagine what it will be like to run out there with Never Tear Us...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Watts wants to make his mark
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Watts wants to make his mark

AFL 2017 Training - Melbourne 010817

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 01: Jack Watts of the Demons marks the ball during a Melbourne Demons AFL training session at Gosch's Paddock on August 1, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images/AFL Media)

JACK WATTS will be looking to make an immediate impression on the Port Adelaide faithful - they’ve certainly made an impression on him.

After joining Port Adelaide in a trade with the Demons on Tuesday afternoon, the 26-year-old was quick to label our True Believers as a force to be reckoned with.  

He told FIVEaa’s Rowey and Bicks the atmosphere at a Power home game is something very special.

“There are some pretty amazing Port Adelaide supporters I would love to impress and get on my side, so I’m looking forward to that,” he said.

 “As an opposition player, it still gives me tingles.

“I can’t imagine what it will be like to run out there with Never Tear Us...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Watts wants to make his mark
Tags: mark,watts

Power Community signs new partner

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POWER Community Limited's Aboriginal AFL Academy program has signed a three-year partnership with prominent tertiary education provider the University of Adelaide. 

The main goal of Port Adelaide’s Aboriginal AFL Academy - to provide Indigenous youth with a pathway to tertiary education – is now even smoother after announcing a three-year partnership with the University. 

The University’s Dean of Indigenous Research and Education Strategy, Professor Shane Hearn, says the partnership is another tool to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. 

“We will be supporting the next generation of young Indigenous leaders within the Aboriginal AFL Academy to consider a university education,” Professor Hearn said. 

“We were interested in a model that was about future-proofing, building the assets of young people and making it relevant throughout their life. 

“Young...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Power Community signs new partner

Power Community signs new partner

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POWER Community Limited's Aboriginal AFL Academy program has signed a three-year partnership with prominent tertiary education provider the University of Adelaide. 

The main goal of Port Adelaide’s Aboriginal AFL Academy - to provide Indigenous youth with a pathway to tertiary education – is now even smoother after announcing a three-year partnership with the University. 

The University’s Dean of Indigenous Research and Education Strategy, Professor Shane Hearn, says the partnership is another tool to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. 

“We will be supporting the next generation of young Indigenous leaders within the Aboriginal AFL Academy to consider a university education,” Professor Hearn said. 

“We were interested in a model that was about future-proofing, building the assets of young people and making it relevant throughout their life. 

“Young...


Read full article on AFL PortAdelaide AFLComAu


Read more: Power Community signs new partner


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