Darwin AFL Teams

The Darwin AFL Teams - Australian Football League- play in the wet season when southern football has it's off season.

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Northern Territory Football League (NTFL)

The local Darwin teams are listed here.

Darwin Buffaloes

The Darwin Football Club was established as the Warriors Football Club in 1917 and is one of the three founding members of the NTFL. Now it is known as the Darwin Buffaloes.

Home Ground: Football Park, Marrara

Nightcliff Tigers

One of the oldest teams in the competion, originally the called Works and Housing Football Club and renamed the Nightcliff Football Club in 1963/64

Home Ground: Nightcliff Oval

Palmerston Magpies

The Palmerston Magpies Football Club was borne initially from the re-location of the North Darwin Football Club to the city of Palmerston in 1995/96.
Home Ground: University Oval. Charles Darwin University, Palmerston Campus.

Southern Districts Crocodiles

Based in the rural area, Southern Districts won its first league premiership under the coaching of Mark Motlop (1997/98).

Home Gound: Norbuilt Oval within the Freds Pass location, directly behind the old oval.

St Marys

Saint Marys Football Club was formed in 1952 for the 1952/53 season.Captained by the popular entertainer Ted Egan, St Marys won their first Premiership in 1954/55, the first of 41 Grand Final appearances to the end of the 20007/08 season.

Home Ground: Football Park, Marrara

Tiwi Bombers

Tiwi Islanders are well known for their passion for Aussie rules. The two islands, Bathurst Is and Melville Is, only have a total population of around 2,600 people yet they support a Football League of their own , with eight teams playing for the local Premiership.

The Tiwi Bombers have played with the AFLNT since 2007, making the finals in 2007 & 2008 and the Grand Final in 2009, to lose by only 10 points

Home Ground: Tiwi Oval

Wanderers -the Eagles

The Wanderers Football Club was formed in 1916 and is a founding member of the original NTFL.

Home Ground: Football Park, Marrara

Waratah Warriors

Formed in 1964, the Waratah's will field 9 teams in this years NTFL competition: 2 x U13, U14, U15, U16, U18, Women, Reserves and League
Training at Gardens Oval.

Central Australia

The latest addition to the NTFL, the club will play the first nine rounds in 2013 (round 9 is a bye) as the ongoing start up trial continues. It is hoped that this will lead to more engagement for the player from Central Australia.




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