Penguin Football Club

Penguin Football Club was formed in 1890, it is situated on the central north coast of Tasmania, in the small coastal town of Penguin.

Penguin Two Blues
Names
Full namePenguin Football Club
Nickname(s)Two Blues
Club song"We Are The Penguin Blues"
Best and fairestJack Templeton
Club details
Founded1890 (1890)
Colours         
CompetitionNWFL
(Formerly: NTFL; NWFU)
PresidentBrian Lane
CoachChris McDonald
Captain(s)Jack Templeton / Jake Wray-McCann
PremiershipsSenior: 5 (NWFU)
Reserves: 1 (NWFL); 5 (NWFU)
Under 18/19's: 1 (NWFL); 3 (NWFU) [1]
Ground(s)Pirtek Dial Park
Former ground(s)Penguin Recreation Ground
Uniforms
Home
Other information
Official websitepenguinfc.com.au

Penguin FC plays Australian-rules football in the North West Football League (NWFL), previously known as the "Northern Tasmanian Football League". It previously competed in the North West Football Union (NWFU).

The home ground (Dial Park) is only meters from the sports complex. [2] Its facilities include a home and away changing rooms and clubhouse with a licensed bar.

Penguin has seven teams - Seniors, Reserves and Under 18's in the NWFL and Under 16's, Under 14's, Under 12's and Under 17 Youth Girls in the NWJFL. Their home kit is blue shorts and socks with a Royal blue and light blue striped jersey, hence the nickname of the Two Blues.

Notable former players

References

  1. "Awards & Stats". Penguin Football Club. Retrieved 29 August 2019.
  2. Lansdown, Sarah (30 March 2018). "First look at Dial Park, Penguin | gallery". The Advocate. Retrieved 29 August 2019.
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