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Darwin Football Club

Full name Darwin Football Club
Club details
Colours      Navy and      Blue
Competition Northern Territory Football League
President Jack Ah Kit
Ground(s) TIO Stadium
Other information
Official website Darwin Football Club sportingpulse website

The Darwin Football Club, nicknamed, Buffaloes, is a member club of the Northern Territory Football League.


The club was formed in 1917.

The Buffaloes won the 2005/06 NTFL Grand Final.

Gilbert McAdam was coach for the 2006/07 season.

The club has produced AFL players including Matthew Whelan, Andrew McLeod, Matthew Ahmat, Robert Ahmat and Cameron Stokes.

Darwin only won three matches in the 2007/08 NTFL season.

They were defeated by Waratahs Football Club 46.24 (300) to 1.2 (8). Waratah's score is the second highest in NTFL history.

External links

  • Darwin Football Club sportingpulse website
  • Full Points Footy Profile for Darwin

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