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Adelaide
Adelaide
Picture: Wikipedia
Nickname
Crows
Colours
Navy blue, red and gold
Entered comp
1991
Home ground
Adelaide Oval (games)
Football Park (training)
Premierships
2
Most recent
1998
Current coach
TBA
Current captain
Rory Sloane
Record v WCE
21-27

The Adelaide Crows joined the AFL in 1991 as the first South Australian side in the expanding league. The Crows won back to back flags in 1997 and 1998, but have not played in a grand final since.

Head to headEdit

Venue Games Wins Losses Draws Win %
Overall 48 27 21 0 56.2%
Finals 4 2 2 0 50.0%
Subiaco Oval 19 13 6 0 68.4%
WACA 2 2 0 0 100.0%
Perth Stad 1 1 0 0 100.0%
Football Park 21 8 13 0 38.1%
Adel Oval 5 3 2 0 60.0%

Every gameEdit

Year Round Venue Result Score
1991 5 Subiaco W 130-65
1991 20 Football Park W 95-80
1992 10 WACA W 118-78
1993 2 Football Park L 86-101
1993 17 Subiaco W 107-70
1994 2 Subiaco W 97-78
1994 17 Football Park L 78-82
1995 4 Football Park L 46-56
1995 19 Subiaco W 177-42
1996 10 Football Park W 130-76
1997 14 Football Park L 31-106
1997 QF Football Park L 66-99
1998 7 Football Park L 71-79
1998 22 Subiaco L 81-106
1999 8 Subiaco W 126-72
2000 4 WACA W 187-73
2000 19 Football Park L 90-107
2001 14 Football Park L 51-64
2002 13 Subiaco W 135-117
2003 4 Football Park L 73-106
2003 19 Subiaco L 67-91
2003 EF Football Park L 57-113
2004 12 Subiaco W 108-76
2005 1 Football Park W 64-53
2005 22 Subiaco L 74-82
2005 PF Subiaco W 93-77
2006 2 Football Park W 90-88
2006 17 Subiaco W 165-83
2006 PF Football Park W 85-75
2007 13 Football Park W 95-74
2008 2 Football Park L 57-133
2008 9 Subiaco W 97-47
2009 21 Football Park L 48-122
2010 15 Subiaco L 95-117
2011 12 Football Park W 106-67
2011 24 Subiaco W 145-50
2012 17 Football Park L 75-124
2013 15 Football Park W 75-69
2013 23 Subiaco L 43-129
2014 19 Adelaide Oval W 136-105
2015 15 Subiaco W 147-91
2015 22 Adelaide Oval L 69-126
2016 12 Subiaco L 76-105
2016 23 Adelaide Oval W 100-71
2017 23 Subiaco W 100-71
2018 15 Adelaide Oval L 78-88
2019 10 Adelaide Oval W 85-73
2019 21 Perth Stadium W 90-80

RecordsEdit

Biggest win: 135 points in Round 19 1995 at Subiaco, the biggest win in West Coast's history.

Biggest loss: 86 points in Round 23 2013 at Subiaco

Highest score: 187 in Round 4 2000 at the WACA

Lowest score: 31 in Round 14 1997 at Football Park

Highest score against: 133 in Round 2 2008 at Football Park

Lowest score against: 42 in Round 19 1995 at Subiaco

Most goals in a match: 14 by Scott Cummings in Round 4 2000 at the WACA, the club's overall record

Players to have appeared for both clubsEdit

Player WCE games Years at WCE Adel games Years at Adel
Matthew Connell 3 1992-1994 96 1995-2000
Ian Downsborough 20 1995-1996 12 1998-1999
Chad Rintoul 39 1999-2000 23 1997-1998
Tyson Stenglein 102 2005-2009 106 1999-2004
On playing list at both clubs
Andrew Geddes 0 1989 0 1992
Stephen Schwerdt 0 1990 25 1991-1994

Trade historyEdit

Year Traded Acquired Notes
1994 Matthew Connell Pick 44 (Jeremy Dyer)
1998 Pick 80 (Brodie Atkinson) Chad Rintoul
2004 Pick 12 (Danny Meyer)
Pick 28 (Chad Gibson)
Tyson Stenglein
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