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Beginnings: St Kilda Football Club, nicknamed The Saints, are an Australian rules football club reigning from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The club plays in the Australian Football League, the sport's premier league. The football club was established in 1873 and its name originates from the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda.

Records:
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 139 points versus Brisbane Lions, Round 22 27 August 2005
  • * Largest Losing Margin: 178 points versus Collingwood Football Club, Round 4 28 April 1979
  • * Longest Winning Streak: 10 games Round 1 27 March 2004 to Round 10 30 May 2004
  • * Longest Losing Streak: 48 games Round 1 8 May 1897 to Round 14 12 August 1899
  • * Most Games: 335 Robert Harvey 1988-Present.
  • * Most Goals: 898 Tony Lockett 1983-1994
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
9 St Kilda 22 12 10 0 1953 2041 95.7 48

Hungry after a taste, Walker wants more

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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

Two appearances for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season whet Georgia Walker’s appetite. Now, she wants more and is hoping her time at the Southern Saints will launch her onto the big stage on a permanent basis.

After being unlucky to be overlooked in the draft last month, the 19-year-old has put pen to paper with the Saints, becoming the first player to commit to the club ahead of their debut season in the VFL Women's competition next year.

The former Dandenong Stingrays and Vic Country captain said she is delighted to join the Southern Saints, where the program is being run by St Kilda Development Coach and trailblazer Peta Searle, who was the first female to coach inside an AFL club.

“I’m absolutely honoured to...


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Southern Saints secure first signing

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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

The Southern Saints have secured their first signature ahead of their debut VFLW season, with former Vic Country and Dandenong Stingrays captain Georgia Walker committing to the club for 2018.

After being granted a license to compete in the AFL Women’s competition from 2020 at the end of September, the Saints will build their program in the VFLW across the next two seasons before entering the national competition.

Walker, 19, arrives at the club following a glittering underage career that included All-Australian under-18 honours as well as an impressive career in the TAC Cup, before she played two games as a top-up player for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season.

Head of Women’s Elite Pathway Peta Searle said...


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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

The Southern Saints have secured their first signature ahead of their debut VFLW season, with former Vic Country and Dandenong Stingrays captain Georgia Walker committing to the club for 2018.

After being granted a license to compete in the AFL Women’s competition from 2020 at the end of September, the Saints will build their program in the VFLW across the next two seasons before entering the national competition.

Walker, 19, arrives at the club following a glittering underage career that included All-Australian under-18 honours as well as an impressive career in the TAC Cup, before she played two games as a top-up player for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season.

Head of Women’s Elite Pathway Peta Searle said...


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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

The Southern Saints have secured their first signature ahead of their debut VFLW season, with former Vic Country and Dandenong Stingrays captain Georgia Walker committing to the club for 2018.

After being granted a license to compete in the AFL Women’s competition from 2020 at the end of September, the Saints will build their program in the VFLW across the next two seasons before entering the national competition.

Walker, 19, arrives at the club following a glittering underage career that included All-Australian under-18 honours as well as an impressive career in the TAC Cup, before she played two games as a top-up player for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season.

Head of Women’s Elite Pathway Peta Searle said...


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Southern Saints secure first signing

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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

The Southern Saints have secured their first signature ahead of their debut VFLW season, with former Vic Country and Dandenong Stingrays captain Georgia Walker committing to the club for 2018.

After being granted a license to compete in the AFL Women’s competition from 2020 at the end of September, the Saints will build their program in the VFLW across the next two seasons before entering the national competition.

Walker, 19, arrives at the club following a glittering underage career that included All-Australian under-18 honours as well as an impressive career in the TAC Cup, before she played two games as a top-up player for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season.

Head of Women’s Elite Pathway Peta Searle said...


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Southern Saints secure first signing

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Southern Saints unveil first signing Georgia Walker has signed as the Saints' first VFLW player ahead of their inclusion in the VFL Women's competition next season.

The Southern Saints have secured their first signature ahead of their debut VFLW season, with former Vic Country and Dandenong Stingrays captain Georgia Walker committing to the club for 2018.

After being granted a license to compete in the AFL Women’s competition from 2020 at the end of September, the Saints will build their program in the VFLW across the next two seasons before entering the national competition.

Walker, 19, arrives at the club following a glittering underage career that included All-Australian under-18 honours as well as an impressive career in the TAC Cup, before she played two games as a top-up player for Collingwood in the inaugural AFLW season.

Head of Women’s Elite Pathway Peta Searle said...


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The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

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Round one, Richmond v Carlton
MCG, Thursday night

This looms as the biggest season opener Richmond and Carlton have faced off in since it became a traditional clash. The Tigers will unveil their flag to their faithful supporters, who will probably still be delirious. It will also be the first time the teams have played since Bachar Houli left Jed Lamb unconscious after collecting the Blue with his left forearm in round 14. 

Round one, Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs
UNSW Canberra Oval, Sunday afternoon

The animosity between these two sides is palpable and this looms as another heated encounter, especially considering Toby Greene planted his right boot's studs in Luke Dahlhaus' face last time the teams met. There have been off-field stoushes as well, most notably Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd's acrimonious trade in 2014.

Round one, West Coast v Sydney
Perth Stadium, Sunday...


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Round one, Richmond v Carlton
MCG, Thursday night

This looms as the biggest season opener Richmond and Carlton have faced off in since it became a traditional clash. The Tigers will unveil their flag to their faithful supporters, who will probably still be delirious. It will also be the first time the teams have played since Bachar Houli left Jed Lamb unconscious after collecting the Blue with his left forearm in round 14. 

Round one, Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs
UNSW Canberra Oval, Sunday afternoon

The animosity between these two sides is palpable and this looms as another heated encounter, especially considering Toby Greene planted his right boot's studs in Luke Dahlhaus' face last time the teams met. There have been off-field stoushes as well, most notably Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd's acrimonious trade in 2014.

Round one, West Coast v Sydney
Perth Stadium, Sunday...


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Round one, Richmond v Carlton
MCG, Thursday night

This looms as the biggest season opener Richmond and Carlton have faced off in since it became a traditional clash. The Tigers will unveil their flag to their faithful supporters, who will probably still be delirious. It will also be the first time the teams have played since Bachar Houli left Jed Lamb unconscious after collecting the Blue with his left forearm in round 14. 

Round one, Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs
UNSW Canberra Oval, Sunday afternoon

The animosity between these two sides is palpable and this looms as another heated encounter, especially considering Toby Greene planted his right boot's studs in Luke Dahlhaus' face last time the teams met. There have been off-field stoushes as well, most notably Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd's acrimonious trade in 2014.

Round one, West Coast v Sydney
Perth Stadium, Sunday...


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Read more: The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

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Round one, Richmond v Carlton
MCG, Thursday night

This looms as the biggest season opener Richmond and Carlton have faced off in since it became a traditional clash. The Tigers will unveil their flag to their faithful supporters, who will probably still be delirious. It will also be the first time the teams have played since Bachar Houli left Jed Lamb unconscious after collecting the Blue with his left forearm in round 14. 

Round one, Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs
UNSW Canberra Oval, Sunday afternoon

The animosity between these two sides is palpable and this looms as another heated encounter, especially considering Toby Greene planted his right boot's studs in Luke Dahlhaus' face last time the teams met. There have been off-field stoushes as well, most notably Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd's acrimonious trade in 2014.

Round one, West Coast v Sydney
Perth Stadium, Sunday...


Read full article...


Read more: The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

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Round one, Richmond v Carlton
MCG, Thursday night

This looms as the biggest season opener Richmond and Carlton have faced off in since it became a traditional clash. The Tigers will unveil their flag to their faithful supporters, who will probably still be delirious. It will also be the first time the teams have played since Bachar Houli left Jed Lamb unconscious after collecting the Blue with his left forearm in round 14. 

Round one, Greater Western Sydney v Western Bulldogs
UNSW Canberra Oval, Sunday afternoon

The animosity between these two sides is palpable and this looms as another heated encounter, especially considering Toby Greene planted his right boot's studs in Luke Dahlhaus' face last time the teams met. There have been off-field stoushes as well, most notably Ryan Griffen and Tom Boyd's acrimonious trade in 2014.

Round one, West Coast v Sydney
Perth Stadium, Sunday...


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Read more: The 24 must-watch AFL games of 2018

2018 Fixture Breakdown

AFL 2017 Round 07 - St Kilda v GWS Giants

St Kilda will play 13 games at their home ground Etihad Stadium in 2018.

The Games:

Round 1          Saturday, March 24 at 3.35pm
St Kilda v Brisbane at Etihad Stadium

Round 2          Friday, March 30 at 4.20pm
North Melbourne v St Kilda at Etihad Stadium

Round 3          Saturday, April 7 at 7.25pm
St Kilda v Adelaide at Etihad Stadium

Round 4          Sunday, April 15 at 4.40pm
Geelong v St Kilda at GMHBA

Round 5          Saturday, April 21 at 1.45pm
St Kilda v Greater Western Sydney at Etihad Stadium

Round 6          Saturday, April 28 at 7.25pm
Hawthorn v St Kilda at University of Tasmania Stadium

Round 7          Sunday, May 6 at 3.20pm
St Kilda v Melbourne at Etihad Stadium

Round 8          Saturday, May 12 at 8.10pm
Fremantle v St Kilda at Perth Stadium

Round 9          Saturday, May 19
St Kilda v Collingwood at Etihad Stadium

Round 10        Saturday, May 26 at 1.45pm
Richmond v St...


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2018 Fixture Breakdown

AFL 2017 Round 07 - St Kilda v GWS Giants

St Kilda will play 13 games at their home ground Etihad Stadium in 2018.

The Games:

Round 1          Saturday, March 24 at 3.35pm
St Kilda v Brisbane at Etihad Stadium

Round 2          Friday, March 30 at 4.20pm
North Melbourne v St Kilda at Etihad Stadium

Round 3          Saturday, April 7 at 7.25pm
St Kilda v Adelaide at Etihad Stadium

Round 4          Sunday, April 15 at 4.40pm
Geelong v St Kilda at GMHBA

Round 5          Saturday, April 21 at 1.45pm
St Kilda v Greater Western Sydney at Etihad Stadium

Round 6          Saturday, April 28 at 7.25pm
Hawthorn v St Kilda at University of Tasmania Stadium

Round 7          Sunday, May 6 at 3.20pm
St Kilda v Melbourne at Etihad Stadium

Round 8          Saturday, May 12 at 8.10pm
Fremantle v St Kilda at Perth Stadium

Round 9          Saturday, May 19
St Kilda v Collingwood at Etihad Stadium

Round 10        Saturday, May 26 at 1.45pm
Richmond v St...


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Saints welcome outstanding fixture

St Kilda supporters are today celebrating an outstanding 2018 AFL fixture, highlighted by inclusion in the Good Friday blockbuster and a host of matches in premium timeslots.

The Saints are scheduled to play three Friday night matches in addition to Good Friday and eight Saturday night games.

St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis said supporters would welcome the number of prime-time opportunities to watch their team play.

“To be part of Good Friday is a great result for St Kilda fans and we look forward to partnering the Kangaroos to support the Good Friday Appeal and make it one of the showcase games on the football calendar," Finnis said.

“Our supporters will also welcome the opportunity to watch live from the stands or their loungerooms with so many games on either Friday or Saturday night.”

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Among the 11 Friday and Saturday night games are three of the club’s...


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Saints welcome outstanding fixture

St Kilda supporters are today celebrating an outstanding 2018 AFL fixture, highlighted by inclusion in the Good Friday blockbuster and a host of matches in premium timeslots.

The Saints are scheduled to play three Friday night matches in addition to Good Friday and eight Saturday night games.

St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis said supporters would welcome the number of prime-time opportunities to watch their team play.

“To be part of Good Friday is a great result for St Kilda fans and we look forward to partnering the Kangaroos to support the Good Friday Appeal and make it one of the showcase games on the football calendar," Finnis said.

“Our supporters will also welcome the opportunity to watch live from the stands or their loungerooms with so many games on either Friday or Saturday night.”

View St Kilda's 2018 Fixture

Among the 11 Friday and Saturday night games are three of the club’s...


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Read more: Saints welcome outstanding fixture

Saints welcome outstanding fixture

St Kilda supporters are today celebrating an outstanding 2018 AFL fixture, highlighted by inclusion in the Good Friday blockbuster and a host of matches in premium timeslots.

The Saints are scheduled to play three Friday night matches in addition to Good Friday and eight Saturday night games.

St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis said supporters would welcome the number of prime-time opportunities to watch their team play.

“To be part of Good Friday is a great result for St Kilda fans and we look forward to partnering the Kangaroos to support the Good Friday Appeal and make it one of the showcase games on the football calendar," Finnis said.

“Our supporters will also welcome the opportunity to watch live from the stands or their loungerooms with so many games on either Friday or Saturday night.”

View St Kilda's 2018 Fixture

Among the 11 Friday and Saturday night games are three of the club’s...


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Read more: Saints welcome outstanding fixture

Six must-see Saints games in 2018

AFL 2017 Round 22 - St Kilda v North Melbourne

St KIlda will face North Melbourne on Good Friday in the second round of next season.

saints.com.au has dissected the 2018 fixture and identified the six must-see games next season:

Round 2 v North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Friday, March 20 – Good Friday

A year after North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs played the first game on Good Friday, St Kilda will face the Kangaroos in the AFL’s newest marquee fixture.

The Saints will begin their 2018 campaign at Etihad Stadium six days earlier, facing last year’s wooden spooners Brisbane, while North Melbourne will start their season against Gold Coast in Cairns.

Alan Richardson’s men won both encounters between the two sides last year, winning the Round 22 game by 49-points at Etihad Stadium, with three-time Trevor Barker Award winner Jack Steven amassing 40 disposals.

Round 4 v Geelong at GMHBA Stadium on Sunday, April 21

After...


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Six must-see Saints games in 2018

AFL 2017 Round 22 - St Kilda v North Melbourne

St KIlda will face North Melbourne on Good Friday in the second round of next season.

saints.com.au has dissected the 2018 fixture and identified the six must-see games next season:

Round 2 v North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Friday, March 20 – Good Friday

A year after North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs played the first game on Good Friday, St Kilda will face the Kangaroos in the AFL’s newest marquee fixture.

The Saints will begin their 2018 campaign at Etihad Stadium six days earlier, facing last year’s wooden spooners Brisbane, while North Melbourne will start their season against Gold Coast in Cairns.

Alan Richardson’s men won both encounters between the two sides last year, winning the Round 22 game by 49-points at Etihad Stadium, with three-time Trevor Barker Award winner Jack Steven amassing 40 disposals.

Round 4 v Geelong at GMHBA Stadium on Sunday, April 21

After...


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Read more: Six must-see Saints games in 2018

Six must-see Saints games in 2018

AFL 2017 Round 22 - St Kilda v North Melbourne

St KIlda will face North Melbourne on Good Friday in the second round of next season.

saints.com.au has dissected the 2018 fixture and identified the six must-see games next season:

Round 2 v North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium on Friday, March 20 – Good Friday

A year after North Melbourne and the Western Bulldogs played the first game on Good Friday, St Kilda will face the Kangaroos in the AFL’s newest marquee fixture.

The Saints will begin their 2018 campaign at Etihad Stadium six days earlier, facing last year’s wooden spooners Brisbane, while North Melbourne will start their season against Gold Coast in Cairns.

Alan Richardson’s men won both encounters between the two sides last year, winning the Round 22 game by 49-points at Etihad Stadium, with three-time Trevor Barker Award winner Jack Steven amassing 40 disposals.

Round 4 v Geelong at GMHBA Stadium on Sunday, April 21

After...


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Read more: Six must-see Saints games in 2018

AFL Media's fixture verdict

PROS: This year's minor premier and eventual runner-up will be buoyed by playing six games at their Adelaide Oval fortress in the opening nine rounds, including four consecutive fixtures there from round six to nine. This includes the Grand Final rematch against reigning premier Richmond in round two. The Crows have a chance to build on their strong record under lights, given they've been allocated 14 night games and five twilight games. They were also granted their wish of being given a home match against North Melbourne to mark the 20th anniversary of their 1998 Grand Final win over the Kangaroos.

CONS: Perhaps their most challenging time will be when they have consecutive six-days breaks leading into big round 16 and 17 clashes with Richmond (MCG) and Geelong (Adelaide Oval) respectively. Their round five clash with Sydney at the SCG will also be the Crows' first minor-round game...


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AFL Media's fixture verdict

PROS: This year's minor premier and eventual runner-up will be buoyed by playing six games at their Adelaide Oval fortress in the opening nine rounds, including four consecutive fixtures there from round six to nine. This includes the Grand Final rematch against reigning premier Richmond in round two. The Crows have a chance to build on their strong record under lights, given they've been allocated 14 night games and five twilight games. They were also granted their wish of being given a home match against North Melbourne to mark the 20th anniversary of their 1998 Grand Final win over the Kangaroos.

CONS: Perhaps their most challenging time will be when they have consecutive six-days breaks leading into big round 16 and 17 clashes with Richmond (MCG) and Geelong (Adelaide Oval) respectively. Their round five clash with Sydney at the SCG will also be the Crows' first minor-round game...


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Read more: AFL Media's fixture verdict

AFL Media's fixture verdict

PROS: This year's minor premier and eventual runner-up will be buoyed by playing six games at their Adelaide Oval fortress in the opening nine rounds, including four consecutive fixtures there from round six to nine. This includes the Grand Final rematch against reigning premier Richmond in round two. The Crows have a chance to build on their strong record under lights, given they've been allocated 14 night games and five twilight games. They were also granted their wish of being given a home match against North Melbourne to mark the 20th anniversary of their 1998 Grand Final win over the Kangaroos.

CONS: Perhaps their most challenging time will be when they have consecutive six-days breaks leading into big round 16 and 17 clashes with Richmond (MCG) and Geelong (Adelaide Oval) respectively. Their round five clash with Sydney at the SCG will also be the Crows' first minor-round game...


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Read more: AFL Media's fixture verdict

The road ahead: St Kilda's 2018 away games

AFL 2017 Round 15 - Fremantle v St Kilda

St Kilda key forward Josh Bruce kicked two last gasp goals to sink the Dockers in Round 15 this year.

After improving their form on the road in 2017, St Kilda will be determined to continue that improvement in 2018 to help them leap back onto the finals stage for the first time since 2011.

Following Tuesday’s fixture announcement, the Saints will play six interstate games next season, including a run of four in the space of eight games ahead of the mid-season bye.

St Kilda turned the corner during the winter, ending a 10-game losing streak outside the Victorian border when they not only ended their own run, but brought Hawthorn’s run of 19 wins at University of Tasmania Stadium to an end in stunning fashion.

A couple of months later, St Kilda won an arm wrestle against Fremantle at Domain Stadium. And then had their hearts broken in the dying seconds by Port Adelaide superstar...


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The road ahead: St Kilda's 2018 away games

AFL 2017 Round 15 - Fremantle v St Kilda

St Kilda key forward Josh Bruce kicked two last gasp goals to sink the Dockers in Round 15 this year.

After improving their form on the road in 2017, St Kilda will be determined to continue that improvement in 2018 to help them leap back onto the finals stage for the first time since 2011.

Following Tuesday’s fixture announcement, the Saints will play six interstate games next season, including a run of four in the space of eight games ahead of the mid-season bye.

St Kilda turned the corner during the winter, ending a 10-game losing streak outside the Victorian border when they not only ended their own run, but brought Hawthorn’s run of 19 wins at University of Tasmania Stadium to an end in stunning fashion.

A couple of months later, St Kilda won an arm wrestle against Fremantle at Domain Stadium. And then had their hearts broken in the dying seconds by Port Adelaide superstar...


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