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  • Glenelg Football Club have won 4 Senior Premierships:
1934, 1973, 1985, and 1986.
See also Premierships for more details.
  • Glenelg has finished Minor Premiers (ie on top of the Premiership Table at the end of the Home and Away games) 5 times:
1969, 1973, 1981, 2008 and 2009.
  • Glenelg has collected the Wooden Spoon (ie finished last) on 20 occasions:
1921 - 1925, 1935, 1937 - 1940, 1946, 1954, 1960, 1998, 2000 - 2002, 2013 - 2014.
  • Record Home Attendance:
17,171 vs Sturt 1968
  • Record Attendance:
58,113 vs Sturt 1974 Grand Final @ Football Park

See also: Records vs individual clubs

Team Records

  • Highest winning score:
49.23 (317) vs Central District (Rd 17, 23 August 1975 @ Glenelg)
  • Highest losing score:
23.11 (149) vs West (Rd 3, 16 April 1983 @ Football Park)
  • Highest score by opposition:
33.19 (217) by Port Adelaide (Rd 3, 12 May 1934 @ Alberton)
  • Lowest losing score:
1.4 (10) vs Norwood (Rd 16, 16 July 2004 @ Norwood)
  • Lowest winning score:
4.8 (32) vs West Torrens (Rd 13, 20 July 1957 @ Adelaide)
  • Lowest score by opposition:
1.3 (9) by Norwood (Rd 9, 23 May 2008 @ Norwood)
  • Biggest winning margin:
238 points vs Central District (Rd 17, 23 August 1975 @ Glenelg)
  • Biggest losing margin:
152 points vs Port Adelaide (Rd 2, 13 April 2014)

Individual Records

  • Most Club games played:
Peter Carey 448
  • Most Club goals kicked:
Fred Phillis 884
  • Most goals in a season:
Fred Phillis 137 (1969)
  • Most goals in a game:
Fred Phillis 18 vs Central District (Rd 17, 23 August 1975 @ Glenelg)
  • Most years as Captain:
Peter Marker (7 1971 - 1977)
Nick Chigwidden (8 1993 - 2000)

See also Player Awards for Magarey Medallists etc.

Stanley H. Lewis Memorial Trophy

Glenelg football club have won the Stanley H. Lewis Memorial Trophy 8 times:

1969, 1973, 1975, 1976, 1981, 1990, 2009, 2010

Stanley H. Lewis was Chairman of the South Australian National Football League from 1950 to 1961.

To perpetuate the memory of the late Mr Lewis, the League introduced the Stanley H. Lewis Memorial Trophy in 1962. The trophy is awarded to the best performed club across all grades of the competition – since 2010 League, Reserves and Under 18. Points are allocated on the following basis:

  • League win – 100 points
  • Reserves win – 50 points
  • Under 18 win – 50 points

Before the 2009 season the Stanley H. Lewis Trophy was awarded across four grades League (100 points), Reserves (50 points), Under 19 (30 points) and U17 (20 points)

Reference

1. SANFL website

2. SANFL 2010 Season Guide

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