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Footy’s Back

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Footy' s Back

The NAB Cup kicks off its 2011 season, in Adelaide , on Friday February 11 .

Its a new format , with three teams playing three games , on the one night .

More Games will be played, around the country , over the remainder of the weekend , and the following weekend .

Finals footy ,will be played amongst the successful teams , with the ultimate victor taking out , the coveted,  NAB Cup .

2 for the price of 1 in tiger cubs

2 for the price of 1 in tiger cubs

Tickets are reasonably priced .Those fans who are under 18 years of age , who register their details online , are given free entry .

Proceeds are going towards helping community football clubs, affected by the floods.

Dust off your  football jumper , jersey , guernsey,  and wear it to the Game , or buy a new one .

Tickets , for the NAB Cup ,  are on sale from the 31st January 2011.

Carlton Blues

Carlton Blues

AFL Club colours for Amateurs

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

Many football clubs play in Amateur Leagues and Competitions.

It could be the local under 10 school based team .eg St Josephs primary school side, Premiers 1998, who play in all blue with yellow V colours .

Older youths play in District Teams.eg SMDC . South Melbourne Districts Club, who play in the red and white and have a Swans Mascot .

Areas form their own teams and play in amateur leagues eg St Kilda City , who play in the Southern Football League .For decades they have fielded local teams at all levels junior through to senior .They play out of the famous Peanut Farm Reserve in St Kilda and wear the red , white and black jumper , jersey , guernsey with a Saint mascot and shield.

Women have their own League. In Victoria it is the VWFL and is growing . St Kilda Sharks is a womens team that also plays out of the Peanut Farm Reserve in St Kilda and wear the red , white and black of their AFL counterparts.

The iconic colours mark a team , an area , a district and a competition .

Amateur or elite team the club colours of the jumper , jersey , guernsey are worn with pride and passion .

bombers colours

bombers colours

go Dees

go Dees

Sash Style Jumpers

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Two famous Football Clubs wear the traditional sash style jumper , jersey, guernsey.

front and back

front and back

They are the  Essendon Bombers and the Richmond Tigers.

Both teams wear the all black with the sash diagonally across their jumper front and back from shoulder to waist . This style of jumper is  iconic and is easily recognised as the traditional Home strip of both sides .

Richmond wear the all black with the yellow sash .

Essendon wear the all black with the red sash.

Both teams have a very large supporter base . Supporters enjoy wearing this traditional style jumper to their teams games.

Tigers sash Jumper

Tigers sash Jumper

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