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  1. Haymo_of_thor

    News New Jumpers for 2023

    Crows jumper looks to be the exact same this season.
  2. Haymo_of_thor

    Workshop Jumper Ideas For 2023

    Its an interesting idea, not sure how exactly it would work though
  3. Haymo_of_thor

    Competition Pimp My Preseason: Week 19 - Brisbane Bears

    Since the poll hasn't been put up yet i'll submit my entry
  4. Haymo_of_thor

    Discussion Non-AFL footy jumpers

    Although not a normal guernsey the Goolwa Port Elliot Magpies (GSFL) in South Australia used possibly the best ever indigenous guernsey and often just have the best looking indigenous jumpers ever
  5. Haymo_of_thor

    Workshop Jumper Ideas For 2023

    This reminds me of something I made a while ago
  6. Haymo_of_thor

    News New Jumpers for 2021

    I have thought about this before and how in Europe the big soccer teams change their design yearly, so will the AFL ever get to that point who knows
  7. Haymo_of_thor

    Competition FLO 2020 Soccer - Announcement and Registrations

    Spotted at Goolwa Beach on Friday
  8. Haymo_of_thor

    Competition FLO 2020 Soccer - Announcement and Registrations

    My team is Goolwa. Looks like we have a big rivalry coming along
  9. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The final South Australian team in the ANFL is the Port Lincoln Shooters, formerly known as West Adelaide. The 'Bloods' rebranded and relocated to capture the hearts of country South Australians, playing home games at Port Lincoln.
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    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The next South Australian team in the ANFL is the South Coast Panthers, formerly known as the South Adelaide panthers. The panthers rebranded so they could capture a wider audience in being the Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island while playing half of their home games in Noarlunga and half in...
  11. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The next side coming right up... North Adelaide Roosters staying very similar to our timeline but playing home games ut of the Adelaide Oval, in order to gain the support of suburbs like Medindie and Walkerville.
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    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    Wow had a quick look before but couldn't find that hopefully it lives the original
  13. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    Now we have another merger of 2 clubs, Woodville Warriors and the West Torrens Eagles becoming the Woodville-West Torrens Warriors playing home games out of Football Park at West Lakes. The team wears a home guernsey inspired by the Woodville Warriors and an away guernsey inspired by the West...
  14. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    Next up is Glenelg, originally known as the Tigers the SANFL decided to drop this name to allow for Claremont to compete in the ANFL and will be forever known as the Glenelg 'Bays' a nickname already associated with the club.
  15. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    Yeah i just thought that having he two eastern suburbs teams merging to create a powerhouse as well as lower the congestion in the area
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    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The first merger in the competition is the merge between the two eastern suburb teams Norwood and Sturt into the Adelaide Crows named after South Australians themselves, playing home games at the Parade as it holds a larger capacity than Unley Oval.
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    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    A team that the SANFL tried to merge or move going into 1986 but the need for a team that represented the northern suburbs as North Adelaide now represented more of an inner-city area. The SANFL had no choice but to keep the Centrals around, playing home games at Elizabeth Oval.
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    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    Now, this is where the fun begins... One of the oldest and strongest teams in Australian football history, an absolute SANFL powerhouse and now a national powerhouse is the Port Adelaide Magpies. Playing home games at Alberton Oval (Where Else?), and of course keeping the greatest guernsey...
  19. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The league ran smoothly with little trouble for the next few years until the ANFL decided that in order to truly capture a national league they needed to have teams based in the eastern states. With the VFL still running and hosting teams in NSW and QLD, the ANFL had only one option and that was...
  20. Haymo_of_thor

    Portfolio Alternate History - ANFL

    The SANFL took longer to decide their 8 teams as Mergers were definitely needed to cut 10 teams down into only 8. These consisted of 6 City/Metro/Suburban teams being Port Adelaide, Central Districts, Adelaide, Woodville-West Torrens, North Adelaide, and Glenelg. One regional team being the Port...