Port Adelaide
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Nickname
Power
Colours
Black, white and teal
Entered comp
1997
Home ground
Adelaide Oval (games)
Alberton Oval (training)
Premierships
1
Most recent
2004
Current coach
Ken Hinkley
Current captain
Tom Jonas
Record v WCE
20-15

Formed in 1870, Port Adelaide is the most successful club in the South Australian National Football League, winning 36 SANFL premierships. The club entered the AFL in 1997, changing its nickname from the 'Magpies' to the 'Power' and changing its colours, both at the behest of Collingwood. The club continues to field a Magpies team in the SANFL. Since entering the AFL Port has won one premiership, in 2004.

Head to head[edit | edit source]

Venue Games Wins Losses Draws Win %
Overall 35 15 20 0 42.9%
Finals 2 1 1 0 50.0%
Subiaco Oval 14 6 8 0 42.9%
Perth Stadium 2 1 1 0 50.0%
Football Park 13 3 10 0 23.1%
Adel Oval 5 5 0 0 100.0%
Carrara 1 0 1 0 0.0%

Every game[edit | edit source]

Year Round Venue Result Score
1997 15 Subiaco W 85-67
1998 11 Football Park W 57-55
1999 12 Subiaco W 137-72
2000 14 Subiaco L 71-107
2001 7 Subiaco L 50-121
2001 22 Football Park L 51-163
2002 6 Football Park L 79-133
2002 21 Subiaco L 65-103
2003 1 Subiaco W 122-74
2003 16 Football Park L 50-114
2004 2 Subiaco L 115-118
2004 17 Football Park L 76-102
2005 10 Subiaco W 179-62
2006 12 Football Park L 60-97
2007 15 Football Park L 62-153
2007 QF Football Park L 65-68
2008 5 Subiaco L 104-128
2009 2 Subiaco W 125-75
2009 16 Football Park L 76-112
2010 2 Subiaco L 86-89
2010 20 Football Park L 60-61
2011 2 Football Park W 116-98
2011 13 Subiaco W 110-88
2012 21 Football Park W 98-50
2013 5 Football Park L 79-84
2014 5 Subiaco L 56-70
2015 6 Adelaide Oval W 78-68
2016 9 Adelaide Oval W 94-86
2017 7 Adelaide Oval W 97-87
2017 16 Subiaco L 88-120
2017 EF Adelaide Oval W 78-76 (ET)
2018 7 Perth Stadium W 102-60
2018 21 Adelaide Oval W 62-58
2019 5 Perth Stadium L 53-95
2020 4 Carrara L 41-89

Records[edit | edit source]

Biggest win: 113 points in Round 10 2005 at Subiaco

Biggest loss: 112 points in Round 22 2001 at Football Park

Highest score: 179 in Round 10 2005 at Subiaco

Lowest score: 41 in Round 4 2020 at Carrara

Highest score against: 163 points in Round 22 2001 at Football Park

Lowest score against: 50 in Round 21 2012 at Football Park

Most goals in a match: 7 by Josh Kennedy in Round 9 2016 at Adelaide Oval

Players to have appeared for both clubs[edit | edit source]

Player WCE games Years at WCE PA games Years at PA
Brendon Ah Chee 9* 2018-present 27 2012-2017
Shane Bond 34 1993-1996 57 1997-2001
Jaxon Crabb 15 1998-2000 4 2002
Scott Cummings 46 1999-2001 37 1997-1998
Ian Downsborough 20 1995-1996 7 1997
Brad Ebert 76 2008-2011 170* 2012-present
Scott Lycett 75 2011-2018 18* 2019-present
Brayden Lyle 26 1993-1996 90 1997-2001
Jarrad Schofield 63 1993-1998 131 1999-2004
Lewis Stevenson 10 2008-2012 9 2013-2014
On playing list at both clubs
Jonathan Giles 9 2016-2017 0 2006-2009

Trade history[edit | edit source]

Year Traded Acquired Notes
1996 Shane Bond
Brayden Lyle
Pick 57 (Trent Cummings) Port signed Ian Downsborough as an uncontracted player
West Coast received pick 1 (Michael Gardiner) and pick 24 (Josh Wooden)
1998 Jarrad Schofield Scott Cummings
2011 Brad Ebert
Pick 45 (Brendon Ah Chee)
Pick 28 (Fraser McInnes)
Pick 49 (ontraded for Josh Hill)
2012 Lewis Stevenson Fifth-round pick (ontraded for Cale Morton)
2017 Future third-round pick Brendon Ah Chee)
Future fourth-round pick
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