★ Mount Barker Football Club (South Australia)
The mount Barker football club is an Australian rules football club based in the Adelaide hills city of mount Barker, South Australia, which competes in the hills Football League.
1. Club history. (История клуба)
The mount Barker football club was founded in 1881, although there was no official football competition in the Adelaide hills area at the time. For the first twenty years, competitions were held between clubs in the hills, mount lofty and Torrens valley regions, as well as between clubs such as Norwood and Port Adelaide, which were then part of the former Football Association of South Australia. Despite the design and shade of blue that has changed over time, the official colors of the mount Barker football club have always been blue and white. In the early days, the clubs used two ovals: one-Mr. Wells Paddock, now known as weld Park, and Dunn Park, which is now the mount Barker caravan Park.
Mount Barker was one of the first five Foundation clubs of the hills Football Association when it was founded in 1902 and reached the Leagues first Grand final, only to go down to Woodside. Mount Barker left the Association midway through the 1906 season, claiming that League officials had shown bias against the club after they had previously won premierships in 1903 and 1905. The club re-joined the Association in 1907 and became one of the most dominant clubs in the Association until 1929, when the Roos briefly competed in the South Australian Amateur football League from 1930 to 1932. This led to the club falling into disrepair due to extra travel to games and the retirement of players.
Mount Barker joined the mount lofty football Association in 1933 and remained there until 1937, where the Roos took out the 1933 and 1935 premierships, before returning to the hills Football Association in 1938, where they remained until 1953. Mount Barker went through the 1938 season undefeated and defeated Hahndorf in the Grand final, as well as winning another Premiership in 1948. Mount Barker moved to the Central hills Football Association in 1954 and remained there until 1966, where the club won a total of five premierships and went up three times.
The hills Central Football Association, hills Football Association and Torrens valley Football Association merged to form the current hills Football League in 1967, where mount Barker was placed in the top tier along with seven other clubs, winning its first two flags as part of the new three-tier competition in 1969 and 1970. Mount Barker is currently only the 3 inaugural members of the hills football League, along with Lobethal and Onkaparinga Valley.
The last Premiership of mount Barkers took place in 2012, beating the districts of Uraidla by 15 points.
Mount Barker football club introduced its first womens soccer team in 2016, which won the South Australian Womens soccer League division 2 title that year by defeating mount lofty in the Grand final by 7 points at Guardall Security Stadium.
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