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1914 SAFL season

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Teams  7
Matches played  45
1914 SAFL season
Premiers  Port Adelaide (8th premiership)
Minor premiers  Port Adelaide (11th minor premiership)
Highest attendance  15,000 (Round 6, Port Adelaide vs. North Adelaide)
Leading goalkicker  Jack Dunn Port Adelaide (33 goals)

The 1914 South Australian Football League season was the 38th season of the top-level Australian rules football competition in South Australia.


The season opened on 2 May with a match between South Adelaide and Port Adelaide, and concluded on 19 September with the Grand Final, in which minor premiers Port Adelaide went on to win its eighth premiership, defeating North Adelaide by 79 points.

West Torrens and Sturt also made the top four teams and participated in the finals series. West Adelaide, South Adelaide and Norwood all missed the top four.

The 1914 South Australian Football League season is the only time in SAFA/SAFL/SANFL history a team has gone through the entire season winning every game. In addition to going undefeated during the SAFL season, Port Adelaide beat a composite team of all the other SAFL sides and the Carlton Football Club in the Champions of Australia match played at Adelaide Oval.

Win/Loss table

Bold – Home game
X – Bye
Opponent for round listed above margin


  • The Magarey Medal was awarded to Jack Ashley of Port Adelaide, who received the most votes.
  • The Leading Goal Kicker was Jack Dunn of Port Adelaide, who kicked 33 goals during the home and away season.
  • The Wooden Spoon was awarded to Norwood for the second time.
  • References

    1914 SAFL season Wikipedia

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