The South Australian National Football League, or SANFL ( or S-A-N-F-L), is an Australian rules football league based in the Australian state of South Australia. It is also the governing body for the sport of Australian rules football in South Australia. The league is also responsible for the management of all levels of football in the state. This includes junior football, country football, amateur football and specific programs rolled out across schools, indigenous communities (including the APY Lands in the state's north) and newly arrived migrant communities.

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  • Die South Australian National Football League (SANFL) ist ein Verband und zugleich eine Spielklasse des Australian Football in South Australia. Es gibt 10 Vereine in der SANFL. (de)
  • The South Australian National Football League, or SANFL ( or S-A-N-F-L), is an Australian rules football league based in the Australian state of South Australia. It is also the governing body for the sport of Australian rules football in South Australia. Originally formed as the South Australian Football Association on 30 April 1877, the SANFL is the oldest surviving football league of any code in Australia and one of the oldest football competitions in the world, forming just a few years after the United Hospitals Challenge Cup (1874), the oldest rugby football competition, and over a decade before The Football League, although later than the FA Cup (soccer). Consisting of a single division competition, since 2014 the season has been an 18-round "home-and-away" (regular) season from April to September. The top five teams play-off in a final series culminating in the grand final for the Thomas Seymour Hill Premiership Trophy. The grand final had traditionally been held at Football Park in October, generally the week after the AFL Grand Final, though this was altered ahead of the 2014 season resulting in Adelaide Oval hosting the grand final in the penultimate weekend of September. The league owned the sub-licences for South Australia's two AFL clubs – Adelaide Football Club and Port Adelaide Football Club until March 2014, when South Australian Football Commission reached an agreement with the Adelaide and Port Adelaide football clubs – endorsed by the AFL – which will see the two AFL licences transferred to the clubs in return for payments totalling more than $18 million. The league is also responsible for the management of all levels of football in the state. This includes junior football, country football, amateur football and specific programs rolled out across schools, indigenous communities (including the APY Lands in the state's north) and newly arrived migrant communities. The SANFL owns Football Park, formerly the largest stadium in South Australia. The stadium, which opened in 1974, was primarily used for Australian Football League matches up until 2013 and had a capacity of over 51,000 prior to being demolished. The stadium was the headquarters for the league from 1974–2013. The SANFL competition is the second highest attended Australian rules football league behind the AFL. (en)
  • La lega di football australiano dell'Australia meridionale South Australian National Football League (SANFL) è la lega principale e l'organo di controllo dello sport del football australiano dello Stato dell'Australia meridionale. Nata come South Australian Football Association il 30 aprile 1877, la SANFL è non solo la più vecchia lega di football australiano ancora in vita in Australia, ma una delle più vecchie competizioni sportive del mondo, formanta appena alcuni anni dopo la United Hospitals Challenge Cup (1874), la più vecchia competizione di rugby concorrenza e oltre una decade prima della Football League inglese. Inoltre la medaglia Magarey, premio per il più corretto e migliore in campo assegnato al termine della stagione regolare di SANFL è il più vecchio premio individuale assegnato nel football australiano. La SANFL possiede lo stadio Football Park (anche conosciuto come AAMI Stadium per via dello sponsor), che è il più grande stadio in Australia del Sud. La lega ha un bacino d'utenza totale, compresi televisione e radio, di oltre 1.5 milioni ed ha la più alta presenza di spettatori per una lega regionale di tutto football australiano con una media di oltre 3.000 spettatori a gara. La lega ha registrato un aumento del 6.8% di spettatori nel 2008. Il campionato consiste in un'unica divisione di 9 squadre, la stagione è basata intorno ad una stagione regolare di 23 settimane home and away che si protrae da aprile a settembre. Le prime cinque classificate giocano una serie di play off che culminano nella finale che assegna il Thomas Seymour Hill Premiership Trophy. La finale si tiene sempre al Football Park in ottobre, generalmente la settimana dopo la finale del campionato nazionale, la AFL. Nonostante la lega nazionale AFL spinga per rinominare la SANFL come già effettuato per altre leghe regionali e per esercitare un maggior controllo sulla gestione, la SANFL mantiene la propria identità e storia. (it)
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  • The original Adelaide F.C., formed in 1860, was the first in South Australia (en)
  • played its early games at Glanville Hall Estate from 1870 to 1879 (en)
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  • Die South Australian National Football League (SANFL) ist ein Verband und zugleich eine Spielklasse des Australian Football in South Australia. Es gibt 10 Vereine in der SANFL. (de)
  • The South Australian National Football League, or SANFL ( or S-A-N-F-L), is an Australian rules football league based in the Australian state of South Australia. It is also the governing body for the sport of Australian rules football in South Australia. The league is also responsible for the management of all levels of football in the state. This includes junior football, country football, amateur football and specific programs rolled out across schools, indigenous communities (including the APY Lands in the state's north) and newly arrived migrant communities. (en)
  • La lega di football australiano dell'Australia meridionale South Australian National Football League (SANFL) è la lega principale e l'organo di controllo dello sport del football australiano dello Stato dell'Australia meridionale. Nata come South Australian Football Association il 30 aprile 1877, la SANFL è non solo la più vecchia lega di football australiano ancora in vita in Australia, ma una delle più vecchie competizioni sportive del mondo, formanta appena alcuni anni dopo la United Hospitals Challenge Cup (1874), la più vecchia competizione di rugby concorrenza e oltre una decade prima della Football League inglese. Inoltre la medaglia Magarey, premio per il più corretto e migliore in campo assegnato al termine della stagione regolare di SANFL è il più vecchio premio individuale asse (it)
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