The Woodville South Football Club was establish in 1890 as the Carlton Football Club and is one of the oldest and most respected clubs in the South Australian Amateur Football League. The Club fields four senior teams in the competition, comprising of a A, B and C grades and an Under 18 team. All matches are played on Saturdays.
Our club is based at Ledger Reserve, 108 Ledger Road, Woodville South and is incorporated with the Woodville South Sports and Community club where we have established our own extensive clubrooms, training and social facilities. The clubrooms have been recently renovated and our oval is superbly maintained by the Charles Sturt Council. Our newly upgraded Gym allows us to provide the best training facilities, equipment and football experience for our players.We are a very professionally run club and do everything possible to provide the best playing conditions for all of our members.
The club has a strong proactive committee and an excellent football department led by our football director Peter Johnson and our Senior Club Coach Adam Clifford. The club is also famous for having a fantastic social scene and you can be assured that your wives, girlfriends and families will really enjoy the atmosphere at our club.
We are also fortunate to have one of the strongest networks of past players and supporters in the amateur league, many of whom also sponsor our club. The combination of a large and committed playing membership together with our loyal past player and supporter base has allowed the Woodville South Football Club become one of the most successful and professionally run clubs in the league.
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