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Crows Foundation spread smiles

Several players visited patients in the Women's & Children's Hospital on Tuesday as part of a Crows Foundation initiative

10:18am Jan 22, 2015

Crows ride to Beat Cancer

Andy Otten will up the ante in his recovery from injury by riding a stage of the Tour Down Under as part of the Beat Cancer Tour

4:15pm Jan 12, 2015

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Pie Night pics

Nearly 1,000 junior Auskickers flocked to The Shed for our annual Pie Night on Monday

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Crows hop to Scotch

The Crows visited Scotch College for a light training run

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Crows in Community

The players visited schools and clubs across Adelaide on Wednesday

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Dancing with a star

The Crows Foundation will donate its 1,000,000th charity dollar in 2014

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Pods meet Mods

Look who turned up at our Community Camp in the Fleurieu Peninsula ...

It’s the aim of the Adelaide Football Club to further entrench itself as “The Team for all South Australians” by providing a positive influence on the South Australian community. The Club is proud to connect and engage with over 40,000 people through our range of inclusive community programs such as Aboriginal Youth Leadership, Country Crows, Crows in Clubs, and the ‘Live Right, Feel Bright’ Schools program.    

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The Crows in Clubs program is a great opportunity for football clubs around South Australia to get involved with the Adelaide Football Club, and get up close and personal with our players. There are many benefits of joining our program, including heaps of giveaways and exclusive invitations to Club events. Several lucky clubs will also have the chance to form a guard of honour as the Crows run out onto Adelaide Oval before a game.


The "Live Right, Feel Bright” schools program promotes healthy eating, physical activity and well-being throughout South Australian schools. The program is designed for Primary School children (Reception – Year 7). It’s conducted in schools by Crows staff, with the assistance of school teachers and curriculum resources. The program incorporates games, healthy eating lessons, physical activity presentations, coaching clinics and practical sessions. Schools will also receive giveaways and school visits from Crows Players and Club mascot, Claude the Crow. The Club’s main aim is to educate and encourage students to participate in at least 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity, and eat at least two serves of fruit and four vegetables five days a week.

The Adelaide Football Club will no longer be running the tours of its training facility at West Lakes in 2014. Instead, tours are being conducted at our exciting new stadium, Adelaide Oval.  For more details please call 8211 1100 or send an email to  or follow this link

Adults $10
Concession $7.50
Kids $5

The Country Crows Program provides the Adelaide Football Club with an opportunity to show its appreciation to our country members and supporters, and give back to rural communities throughout South Australia. Each year a number of football clubs are chosen to host a Crows football clinic, with more than 100 kids from nearby schools chosen to participate in each clinic. In an effort to reach out to more people and communities, the Club will continue to expand the Country Crows Program in 2014 with the help of our new program sponsor CRT – Your Local Bloke. More information is coming soon ...


The Crows Foundation was established by the AFC in May 2005 to manage the many requests for support received from the community. Each year the Foundation grants $100,000 to worthy SA charities with a mission to support ‘children in need’. In 2013, our three charity partners are the Leukaemia Foundation, Camp Quality and the Asthma Foundation, we will announce our 2014 partners at Season Launch. To date, we are very proud to advise over $800,000 has been distributed to those less fortunate. In addition to monetary support the Foundation also hosts player visits to hospitals several times a year and has donated countless signed guernseys, footballs and posters to charities for use in their fundraising activities.