The Tigers will tackle West Adelaide in Round 7 of the SANFL Indigenous Round here at Gliderol Stadium this Saturday in a triple header commencing with our Under 18 side at 9:25 am, followed by the Reserves at 12:00 pm and finally our League side at 2:40 pm.
Max Proud will be kept out of the contest due to a broken cheek bone however Lachy Earl, Jay Boyle and Jonty Scharenberg have all been added to the squad of 23 and will be looking to gain league selection.
Our Reserves side will take on an un-defeated West Adelaide outfit in hope to come home with the 2 points. Henry Papatolis and Cameron Buchanan have been named in the squad and are a chance to make their debut into Senior footy at Tigerland.
After an impressive win against Norwood last week our Under 18 side is looking to re-create the team first footy that saw them come away victors.
In this week's edition of Tiger Tv we acknowledge the upcoming Indigenous Round as Tony Symonds catches up with Glenelg star recruit, Dom Barry.
Who gets your Members MVP vote in Friday night's clash against Norwood? The Members MVP will be awarded at the JH Ellers Best & Fairest Awards to the player with the most votes at the end of the minor round.
What a way to finish the season... Under 16 Torrens University Cup Premiers! Our Under 16 lads battled it out in a tight contest against the Eagles to take the win by 5 points at the final siren. Congratulations to all involved on a great season!
Check this section each week to view the team selections for League, Reserves, Under 18 and Under 16 teams. Click on a player on the team to view his profile and find out more.
We have a wide variety of memberships available for the 2017 season. Maintain your support for the club you love and sign up as a member TODAY!
"Tiger TV" will gather unique insights into the Glenelg Football Club both on and off the field. Adrian Adams from JABA Multimedia will host interviews with players, coaches and special guests to get all the latest news, gossip and banter!
Vote for the player who you think was most valuable. Voting will be open until Tuesday at 9:00 am after each game. The Members MVP will be announced at the JH Ellers Best & Fairest Awards.
Join us for Lunch with Simon O'Donnell at The Highway on Friday July 7th. Tickets are $110 PP and include a 3 course meal and beverage package.
For the first time, matches will be live-streamed and available on demand in high definition through the SANFL website and Official SANFL App. This will provide you with great flexibility in being able to watch all of their team’s games in 2017.
The Glenelg Club can cater for all your food and gaming needs! Enjoy a dinner on the terrace or a lazy weekend lunch in the Bistro. For bookings contact us on 8294 5333.
The Latest News for the Glenelg Football Club is proudly sponsored by Gary J Smith, We're Home. This section features regular updates on players, the club, the season and all things Glenelg with articles by Zac Milbank, CEO Glenn Elliott and maybe an occasional word from Graham Cornes.
The Glenelg Football Club RUNNER ... have your say about any issue around the club by sending a message to the CEO, Marketing Department, Players or Coaches and standby for their reply published online for all supporters to read.
Tiger Tips is the 2017 Glenelg Football Club official tipping competition where you could win $1000 cash at the end of the minor round and each member entering the competition can also win a weekly prize consisting of a $25 voucher at the Glenelg Club Bistro. Good luck and happy tipping!
The Inaugural SANFL Statewide Super Women's League will consist of six minor round matches, with all games to be played as double-headers at either Coopers Stadium or City Mazda Stadium.
The Fan Zone features lots of cool stuff for our supporters including the Bay Runner and Tiger Tips, Photo Galleries, The Tiger Shop for official Glenelg FC merchandise and the club song.
In 1920 the Mayor of Glenelg, John Mack, convened a public meeting to inaugurate the Club at the Glenelg Town Hall. Although no League position was available for the Club in 1920 the Glenelg Oval Association received a letter from the South Australian Football League ...
The Glenelg Football Club can only survive with the support of those who care most about the Club. The reason behind our debt level of $3.4 million rests with the investment made in 2002 to upgrade a leasehold Council facility.