1877 was the inaugural season of the South Australian Football Association (SAFA), the top-level league of Australian rules football in SA.
Walter Scott, known as "Wacka", was one of the State's most celebrated defenders, and possibly Norwood's finest footballer.
Jock Plunkett was a small rover-forward who won Norwood's most unselfish player award in his best seasons, 1937 and 1938.
Bill Wedding began his career at Norwood in 1957; by 1960 he was the state’s pre-eminent ruckman, winning the SA Footballer of the Year in 1963.
Bill Wedding began his career at Norwood as a somewhat uncoordinated junior in 1957; by 1960 he was the state’s pre-eminent ruckman, winning the SA Footballer of the Year in 1963.
Graham Molloy gained a reputation for spectacular high marking. In 1969 he was the first South Australian to win the Tassie Medal.
Guernsey worn by John Wynne in the 1978 Grand Final when Norwood defeated Sturt by one point. 1978 was also Norwood's centenary year.
Rick Neagle played 66 games for Norwood between 1982 and 1987. He played as a rover, half-forward flanker, forward pocket or wingman.
Danny Jenkins played 198 games for Norwood from 1976 to 1985. He was appointed club captain in 1984.
Lycra guernseys were worn by NFC players in the 1994 and 1995 seasons during Neil Craig's term as coach.
A dual Magarey Medallist, Garry McIntosh is considered one of the greatest footballers not to play in the VFL/AFL competition.
The boots worn by Matt Panos in the 2022 Grand Final against North Adelaide when he kicked the winning goal with his left foot
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