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Port Adelaide Football Club
2010 Logo Port Adelaide
    Nickname(s) Power
History
    Joined AFL 1997
    Minor Premiers 2002, 2003, 2004
    Premierships 2004
    Runners-up 2007
    Wooden Spoons   —
Other Information
    Matches Adelaide Oval
    Training Alberton Oval
 
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portadelaidefc.com.au
Port Adelaide joined the AFL in 1997 and won the premiership in 2004. From 2014 season, Port Adelaide will play its home matches at the redeveloped Adelaide Oval. Port Adelaide previously played at Football Park in Adelaide's west suburbs.


Year Titles Medals Home Ground Coach
Premiers Runners
up
Minor
Premiers
Wooden
Spoon
Coleman Brownlow
1997   Football Park   John Cahill
1998   Football Park   John Cahill
1999   Football Park   Mark Williams
2000   Football Park   Mark Williams
2001   Football Park   Mark Williams
2002 2010 Logo Port Adelaide   Football Park   Mark Williams
2003 2010 Logo Port Adelaide   Football Park   Mark Williams
2004 2010 Logo Port Adelaide 2010 Logo Port Adelaide   Football Park   Mark Williams
2005   Football Park   Mark Williams
2006   Football Park   Mark Williams
2007 2010 Logo Port Adelaide   Football Park   Mark Williams
2008   Football Park   Mark Williams
2009   Football Park   Mark Williams
2010   Football Park   Mark Williams
2011   Football Park   Matthew Primus
2012   Football Park   Matthew Primus
2013   Football Park   Ken Hinkley
2014   Adelaide Oval   Ken Hinkley
2015   Adelaide Oval   Ken Hinkley
Year Premiers Runners
up
Minor
Premiers
Wooden
Spoon
Coleman Brownlow Home Ground Coach
Titles Medals

 

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