Fixtures

NPL, Australie-Méridionale 07/09 05:30 18 Campbelltown City vs South Adélaïde - View
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 07/23 05:30 19 South Adélaïde vs Croydon Kings - View
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 07/30 05:30 20 Cumberland United vs South Adélaïde - View
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 08/06 05:30 21 South Adélaïde vs Adélaïde City - View
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 08/13 10:00 22 North Eastern Metrostars vs South Adélaïde - View

Résultats

NPL, Australie-Méridionale 07/02 05:30 17 [9] South Adélaïde v Adélaïde Olympic [10] D 3-3
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 06/25 05:30 16 [3] Adélaïde Comets v South Adélaïde [7] L 2-0
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 06/18 05:30 15 [6] Sturt Lions v South Adélaïde [9] W 1-3
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 06/11 05:30 14 [9] South Adélaïde v West Torrens Birkalla [12] L 2-5
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 06/04 05:30 13 [9] Adélaïde United v South Adélaïde [6] L 8-0
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 05/28 05:30 12 [6] South Adélaïde v White City FK Beograd [7] D 1-1
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 05/21 05:30 11 [9] South Adélaïde v North Eastern Metrostars [3] W 1-0
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 05/13 10:00 10 [1] Adélaïde City v South Adélaïde [8] D 1-1
FFA Cup, Tour préliminaire, Australie-Méridionale 05/07 05:00 - Modbury Jets v South Adélaïde L 4-3
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 04/30 05:30 9 [7] South Adélaïde v Cumberland United [12] L 2-4
NPL, Australie-Méridionale 04/22 10:45 8 [3] Croydon Kings v South Adélaïde [8] D 1-1
FFA Cup, Tour préliminaire, Australie-Méridionale 04/16 05:30 - South Adélaïde v Pontian Eagles W 2-0

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 32 15 17
Wins 11 5 6
Draws 9 4 5
Losses 12 6 6
Goals for 59 31 28
Goals against 62 29 33
Clean sheets 7 3 4
Failed to score 7 2 5

South Adelaide Panthers Football Club are a soccer club from the southern suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia. They play in the National Premier League NPL South Australia, with a home ground at the O'Sullivan Beach Sports Complex, also known as Panther Park. Panthers also field senior female teams in Division 2.

History

The club was founded in August 1997 to provide opportunities for the advancement to senior level for players associated with the South Adelaide Colts Club. The club was originally an attempt to use and dominate the south as Noarlunga United and Seaford had limited success despite good youth talent in the area. although they were initially successful many player disputes with management led to much of the youth talent obtained leaving before playing much first team football for the club. The Panthers F.C. as they are affectionately known are the hated rivals of Noarlunga United as a result of player movements, transfer politics and club proximity.

When the club was formed it was jointly owned by the Sporting Star and South Adelaide Colts. The club's initial games were played at the Cove Sports Community Centre – a ground known for its heavy winds.

The Panthers have fielded young teams in the SASF 2nd Division. After initially struggling the Panthers have steadily improved to become a regular mid-table side in the 2nd Division. The Panthers were then coached by Aldo Maricic.

In 2008 the club planned a tournament to mark the passing of Tony Macentagert a club president at the time which they named after him inviting local teams from the area. Included were Seaford Rangers F.C., Noarlunga United F.C. and Hallett Cove F.C.(amateur club). South Adelaide beat Noarlunga on penalties in the inaugural tournament and hope to make it an annual event.

After gaining promotion to the South Australian National Premier League in 2013 for the first time in the club's history, the senior men's side became the first club from the south of the Adelaide region to compete in the top South Australian division.

The club is currently managed by Andrew Calderbank and plays in the 2020 State League One Competition.


Managerial history

Name Period
R.Blair 1999–2000
G.Price 2001
P.Rideout 2002
A.Maricic 2003–2004
T.Hayes 2005–2007
Maricic 2008–2009
S.Maxwell 2010
S.Kitchin 2011–2013
D.Graystone 2014–2017
B.Dale 2018–2019
Jose Mourinho 2019–Present