The Adelaide Football Club is proud to launch the Crows History Locker, an online museum featuring a plethora of information about South Australia’s first AFL Club.

The website features detailed profiles on each of the 226 Crows who have represented the Club at AFL level, as well as the 40 to pull on the tricolours in the AFL Women’s competition.

It is also home to the Club’s honour boards, with timelines showcasing the Club’s history and details on every coach, captain, Club Champion, All Australian and Life Member.

The online museum will continue to evolve with fresh articles, video content and additional functionality to be added over time, offering Crows Members and fans the chance to learn more about the great people and incredible moments which have contributed greatly to the Club’s short, but rich history.

The Crows History Locker can be viewed at crowshistory.afc.com.au

The online museum is the work of the Club’s Heritage Committee, which is chaired by former football manager John Reid.

The Heritage Committee works to maintain and celebrate the history and heritage of the Club through a variety of means, while also managing and growing the memorabilia collection, conducting research and answering public queries.

Adelaide’s Heritage Committee is always keen to hear from past players and their families, or Members and fans, regarding any memorabilia. They encourage people to make contact via email AFCHeritage@afc.com.au or phone (08) 8440 6666.