Glenelg Football Club has won 6 League Premierships since its inception into the SANFL in 1920.
Premiership years: 1934, 1973, 1985, 1986, 2019 & 2023.
Glenelg 18.15 (123) def Port Adelaide 16.18 (114)
Premiership team: Len Griffiths, Albert James, Glen Hale, Ron Birrell, Mel Brock, Murray Whitaker, Clem Hill, Len Sallis, Dudley Shakes, Frank Bergin, Arch Goldsworthy, Lance Leak, Jack Owens, Harold Percy, Roy Colyer, George ‘Blue’ Johnston, Keith Olliver, Arthur Link, Reg Rosewarne
Premiership coach: Bruce McGregor
Glenelg 21.11 (137) def North Adelaide 19.16 (130)
Premiership team: Neville Caldwell, Fred Phillis, Rex Voigt, Peter Marker, Peter Carey, Greg Wickens, Peter Millard, Kerry Hamilton, John MacFarlane, Brian Colbey, Wayne Phillis, Stephen Hywood, Bob Tregenza, Peter Anderson, Jim Rawson, Bob Tardif, Graham Cornes, Greg Bennett, John Sandland, Craig Marriott
Premiership coach: Neil Kerley
Glenelg 21.15 (141) def North Adelaide 12.12 (84)
Premiership team: Peter Carey, Adam Garton, Tony McGuinness,
Stephen Copping, Stephen Kernahan, David Marshall,
David Kernahan, Alan Stringer, Tony Symonds, Wayne Stringer, John Seebohm, Tony Hall, Michael Murphy, Chris Duthy, Ross Gibbs, Wayne Henwood, Peter Maynard, Chris McDermott, Robin Kidney, Scott Salisbury
Premiership coach: Graham Cornes
Jack Oatey Medallist: Stephen Kernahan
Glenelg 21.9 (135) def North Adelaide 12.15 (87)
Premiership team: Peter Carey (C), Adam Garton, Stephen Copping, Kym Hodgeman, David Marshall, David Kernahan, Alan Stringer, Tony Symonds, Wayne Stringer, John Seebohm, Tony Hall, Max Kruse, Chris Duthy, Ross Gibbs, Wayne Henwood, Peter Maynard, Chris McDermott,
Robin Kidney, Scott Salisbury, Mark Donovan
Premiership coach: Graham Cornes
Jack Oatey Medallist: Tony Hall
Glenelg 11.7 (73) def Port Adelaide 6.9 (45)
Premiership team: Liam McBean, Jonty Scharenberg, Matthew Snook, Aaron Joseph, Chris Curran (C), Brad Agnew, Luke Reynolds, Marlon Motlop, Darcy Bailey, Luke Partington, Andrew Bradley, Brad McCarthy, Josh Scott, Cory Gregson, Jesse White, Max Proud, Matthew Uebergang, Brad Close, Michael Virgin, Will Gould, Carl Nicholson
Premiership coach: Mark Stone
Jack Oatey Medallist: Matthew Snook
Glenelg 13.8 (86) def Sturt 8.14 (62)
Premiership team: Liam McBean, Jonty Scharenberg, Matthew Snook, Cole Gerloff, Max Proud (C), Hugh Stagg, Luke Reynolds, Corey Lyons, Darcy Bailey, Luke Partington, James Bell, Brodie Newman, Brad McCarthy, Alex Martini, Billy Stretch, Cam McGree, Lachlan Hosie, Matthew Allen, Riley Holder, Brett Turner, Toby Pink, Archie Lovelock
Premiership coach: Darren ReevesJack Oatey Medallist: Lachlan Hosie
Glenelg Football Club has won 1 Women’s League Premiership since its inception into the SANFL in 2017.
Premiership year: 2021
Premiership team: Ellie Kellock (C), Chelsea Packer (VC), Samantha Franson, Madisyn Freeman, Madeliene Green, Laura Chigwidden, Jessica Searle, Jessica Bates, Tamsyn Morriss, Meara Girvan, Caitlin Gould, Ebony Marinoff, Caitlyn Swanson, Alice Bradley, Brooke Tonon, Piper Window, Lucy Earl, Sheridan Howell, Ellen Tyminski, Grace Duffy, Tessa Kohn, Sarah Goodwin
Premiership coach: Jason Fairall
The Club has won eight Reserves Premierships.
Premiership years: 1967, 1981, 1982, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2021, 2023
The Club has won six U19s Premierships.
Premiership years: 1959, 1967, 1969, 1979, 1992, 2008
The Club has won four U18s Premierships
Premiership years: 2009, 2010, 2016, 2022
The Club has won five U17s Premierships
Premiership years: 1958, 1959, 1960, 1971, 1975
The Club has won six U16s Premierships
Premiership years: 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019