It has been a busy period for the players leading into their Christmas break as we have been on the training track for an extra week to most clubs. The players have really impressed me with their buy-in to the program and the way that they have embraced the changes which has made my job easy. This is one of the toughest times of the year for the players, particularly physically, however we are seeing some great improvements already which will give us a great base to work with in the new year. Their commitment to learn and improve has been second to none and they have all set high standards individually and collectively. The vision of the club has been great and the standards are being driven by all coaches, players and support staff. There is plenty more improvement to come from this young group of players and I am looking forward to seeing them progress leading into the 2017 season.
In a great community event, Glenelg Primary School held its End Of Year Concert at Gliderol Stadium last night– and what an event it was! A large school community witnessed the outstanding talent as young boys and girls performed to an enthusiastic audience. All parts of our facility were utilised from the oval itself, canteens, the bistro and grandstand. But it was the children who were the stars – congratulations to them and the School!
Glenelg Primary School Students performing on Glenelg Oval
Huge crowds at Gliderol Stadium last night
Glenelg Primary School students and families enjoying the concert
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With Christmas just around the corner we have made buying the perfect gift an easy task this year with our Christmas Catalogue! With money can't buy experiences, new merchandise items and savings on current merchandise, Glenelg Club dining experiences and bistro vouchers, you are sure to find something for everyone.
Join us for the biggest party at the Bay this New Years Eve. Tickets are $55 and include a 3 course meal and sparkling on arrival. There will be live music from 7:00 pm and a dance floor to let your hair down later on.
The Glenelg Club has the perfect space for your next function, from casual to formal dinners, cocktail functions, corporate meetings, conferences, product launches, fashion parades, birthday's, engagement's, wedding's and more.
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.
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.
New for 2016 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.
The Fan Zone features lots of cool stuff for our supporters including new sections TigerTV, The Bay Runner, Tiger Tips and the Online Scoreboard. Old favourites still remain including Photo Galleries, The Tiger Shop for official Glenelg FC merchandise and the club song.
Tiger TV is a new feature that will gather unique insights into the Glenelg Football Club both on and off the field. Clint Alleway (Tiger Power Forward) will host interviews with players and coaches to get all the latest news, gossip, banter, tall stories etc
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 NAB AFL Auskick program makes learning to play AFL fun, safe and easy for boys and girls. Through weekly coaching sessions they will learn the skills of the game in an exciting, social and safe environment.
Conducted at Gliderol Stadium, Age Group 5 -12 Year Olds, Glenelg Players in Attendance to run the Sessions, Sausage Sizzle at the End of the Clinic, 1 Day Holiday Coaching Clinic Friday 22nd April 2016 or 2 Day Coaching Clinic Friday 3rd & Tuesday 7th October - 10am until 12pm.