List of Tasmanian Football League records

This is a list of Tasmanian Football League records.

For a detailed list of records pertaining to Statewide (post-1985) football, see Statewide Football in Tasmania.

Record games holder: TANFL

  • 352 - Steane Kremerskothen (Launceston / Clarence / North Launceston) from 1982-1999
  • 274 – – Kevin Baker (Glenorchy) from 1957–1974

Note: After the TANFL went to a statewide competition in 1986-1987, Steane Kremerskothen broke the all-time record with 303 TFL matches playing for Clarence and North Launceston/Northern Bombers until 1999. As a prerequisite of the league going statewide, it was deemed that the regional competitions (TANFL, NTFA and NWFU) of pre-1986 were now granted equal status and therefore Kremerskothen's 49 matches with Launceston in the NTFA from 1982–1984 gave him 352 senior matches at Tier One level, also an all time record.[1]

Record premiership titles as coach: TANFL

  • 6 – Jack Metherell (North Hobart) in 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1945 and 1947
  • 5 – – Bruce Carter (Cananore) in 1909, 1910, 1911, 1913, 1914
  • 4 – Paul Sproule (Sandy Bay and Hobart) in 1976, 1977, 1978 and 1980

Record score: TANFL

  • 39.17 (251) – Clarence 11.12 (78) – 14 July 1983 at Boyer Oval
  • 34.21 (225) – KGV Football Park
  • 34.18 (222) – TCA Ground
  • 33.23 (221) – Bellerive Oval
  • 33.20 (218) – KGV Football Park

Highest losing score: TANFL

  • 24.10 (154) – North Hobart Oval

Record quarter score: TANFL

  • 16.3 (99) – KGV Football Park
  • 15.2 (92) – Clarence 3.2 (20) – (4th Quarter) – 14 July 1983 at Boyer Oval

Record lowest score: TANFL

  • 0.7 (7) – KGV Football Park

Record individual goalkicker (career): TANFL and TFL

  • 1049 – Wayne Fox
    (Glenorchy, New Norfolk, Hobart, South Launceston and Sandy Bay) from 1975–1991
  • 994 – Peter Hudson (New Norfolk & Glenorchy) from 1963–1966, 1975–1976 and 1978–1981
  • 682 – Alan Rait (North Hobart) from 1927–1932 and 1935–1937
  • 666 – 14px – Ian Westell (Sandy Bay) from 1946–1957

Record individual goalkicker (season): TANFL

  • 179 – Peter Hudson (Glenorchy) – 1979

Record individual goalkicker (match): TANFL

  • 18.2 – TCA Ground
  • 16.4 – North Hobart Oval
  • 15.6 – KGV Football Park
  • 15.3 – TCA Ground
  • 15.3 – TCA Ground

Record individual goalkicker (Grand Final): TANFL

  • 10 – North Hobart Oval
  • 10 – North Hobart Oval

Record individual goalkicker (preliminary final): TANFL

  • 10 – North Hobart Oval

Record individual goalkicker (second semi final): TANFL

  • 11 – North Hobart Oval

Record individual goalkicker (first semi final): TANFL

  • 14 – North Hobart Oval
  • 13 – North Hobart Oval
  • 12 – North Hobart Oval
  • 10 – North Hobart Oval

Record winning margins: TANFL

  • 173 points – Clarence 11.12 (78) – 14 July 1983 at Boyer Oval
  • 163 points – New Town 32.19 (211) v New Norfolk 6.12 (48) – 21 August 1954 at New Town Oval
  • 160 points – Bellerive Oval
  • 159 points – Bellerive Oval

Longest suspension

  • 40 matches – Queenborough Oval

Note: Suspended until 31 December 1983 (51 matches), later reduced to 30 June 1982 (40 matches) on appeal. m

Record roster match attendances: TANFL

  • 8,840 – North Hobart Oval
  • 8,760 – North Hobart Oval
  • 8,593 – North Hobart Oval
  • 7,981 – North Hobart Oval
  • 7,976 – North Hobart Oval

Record roster match attendances: Tasmanian State League

  • 8,480 – KGV Football Park (Night)
  • 4,157 – Bellerive Oval (Night)

Record finals match attendances: TANFL

  • 24,968 – North Hobart Oval
  • 24,413 – North Hobart Oval
  • 20,775 – North Hobart Oval
  • 20,364 – North Hobart Oval
  • 20,193 – North Hobart Oval

Record finals match attendances: Tasmanian State League

  • 7,534 – Bellerive Oval
  • 6,658 – Aurora Stadium
  • 6,123 – Bellerive Oval

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