The ACT Saints Supporter Group was established many years ago and has been actively operating in the last three years. We host functions across the season to allow supporters to watch games. Based on interest, we organise an interstate trip to Sydney to watch the Saints play. For more information or to get involved contact Mark van Poppel: 0408867117 or email@example.com
The Albury-Wodonga Saints were formed in 1996 and were originally named the Twin City Saints. Our catchment area is Wagga Wagga to Wangaratta, Corowa to Corryong and along the freeway to Melbourne. Our main objective is to provide family-friendly, alcohol-free, safe, reliable and cost-effective same day return travel to games in Melbourne. We also organise group train bookings when we do not have enough for a bus. We conduct occasional functions and raffles. For more information or to get involved contact Donna Francis: 0412 801 302 or firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: facebook.com/Albury-Wodonga-Saints-Official-St-Kilda-FC-Supporter-Group-199189685494
The Angels are a women's supporter group of all ages who have joined together to volunteer at the club and to raise funds for our beloved Saints. Since its inception in 1986, the Angels have donated many thousands of dollars to the club in many ways, including sponsoring numerous players and purchasing memberships that are given away to disadvantaged people and charities. When you join the Angels, there are no strangers, just friends you haven't met yet! For more information or to get involved please contact Barb Datson: Barbara.Datson@saints.com.au
Ballarat Saints began during the 1980s in the heyday of the Ballarat boys’ involvement with St Kilda. Tony Lockett, Danny Frawley, Greg Burns and of course Robbie Muir are all Ballarat boys who kept life entertaining for St Kilda fans. In the past, trips to the football involved interstate trips and the long haul to Waverley. Our aim is to have enough supporters to fill a bus to all home and away games in Victoria in season 2018. We pick up in Ballarat, Bacchus Marsh and Melton. We also endeavour to raise funds through raffles and fundraisers which are directed to Saints connected organisations. In 2017, we made donations to Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision, Re-Imagine Moorabbin and supported the Shorter Brothers.
Bus contact for game attendance: Text or email your name, contact number, number of people travelling and your pick-up point to either: 0491 164 440 or email@example.com
For more information contact Gail Sanders: 0400 317 330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to find out more about Ballarat Saints History – if you know someone who was involved send us a connection on email@example.com
Bass Coast Saints
This relatively new group formed in March of 2015 has more than 20 people on our contact list, including former Saints player Greg Dean and descendants of the first captain of the Saints, Billy Shaw. On interstate game days, we meet at the Phillip Island RSL. For Melbourne games, we have access to a small 11-person bus that we can rent for a nominal fee.
For more information or to get involved contact Lois Gaskin; 0413 306 847 or Loisig1953@gmail.com
Since its formation in the 1960s, the St Kilda Cheer Squad has been a place for passionate and dedicated Saints fans to congregate and belong. Cheer Squads are vital to a core AFL tradition – the banner. St Kilda Cheer Squad Members not only have significant input into the banner messaging but also make and hold the banner up on game days. The cheer squad is the face and voice the players look to when they need that extra push to get them through the toughest of games. This includes waving flags, floggers and chanting to spur on the mighty Saints. The St Kilda Cheer Squad is a family friendly environment and we encourage all Saints to get involved. If you don’t take yourself too seriously and live for the red, white and black, enquire today: 1300 GO SAINTS or shoot us an Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Geelong Saints formed in 1987 and has grown into an extremely social group. At the end of each season we have a gathering to reminisce our year. If you live in the Geelong area and want to be a part of a Saints Supporter Group, join us and enjoy the footy with mates.
For more information or to get involved contact Bernie: 0432 547 377 or 5229 9849 or email@example.com
Harbour City Saints
The Harbour City Saints were formed in 1997 by four passionate Saints supporters who had a dream of having a point of difference for Saints supporters in Sydney. They provide an outlet for all who are starved of news of the Saints. The main purpose of the Harbour City Saints is fundraising for the club on game days and at open training. There is also the opportunity to catch up regularly with fellow Sainters at the Camellia Grove Hotel in Alexandria to watch games. When there is a game in Sydney, all Sainters are welcome and we keep everyone up to date via our Facebook page of all functions.
For more information or to get involved contact Jason: 0415 240 731
Lakes Entrance Saints
The Lakes Entrance Supporter Group was founded in 1998 and has continually had a family-friendly bus travelling to home games. We have supporters from Orbost, Lakes Entrance, Bairnsdale, Stratford, Sale, Traralgon and Yarragon, with the bus departing from Lakes Entrance. Lakes Entrance Saints meet on the third Sunday of each month at RSL Glenara Lakes Entrance (excluding home game days in season). We hold our Christmas BBQ and Raffle at Lake Tyres Beach on the first Sunday in December. We would love to have new supporters join us on the bus and also invite opposition supporters.
For more information or to get involved contact Val Humphries: 0401 013 270
Formed in 1991, the Launceston Saints Supporter Group comes together four times a year at the Sportsman’s Hall Hotel (Cnr Balfour & Charles Streets) to watch and cheer on the red, white and black. We also hold an annual raffle that includes great prizes such as a signed Saints Guernsey. When the Saints play in the Apple Isle, the Supporter Group works closely with the club in planning events. Specifically, we host the pre-and post-game functions and organise volunteers to help with the banner, junior mascot and other exciting roles at open training and on game day. Outside of football, the Launceston Saints raise much needed funds for charities in Northern Tasmania and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. We meet the first Wednesday of every second month at the TRC Hotel to discuss and plan for fundraising activities and events.
For more information or to get involved contact Robert Anderson - 0407 569 300 or Ree Smith - 0407 447 529
North West Tasmania Saints
We have had representation on the North-West Coast for about 25 years. Tim and Robyn House have been co-ordinating the local Saints supporters for over 10 years. Our aim is to make our local supporters as engaged as possible with their football club.
For more information or to get involved contact Tim House - 0419 517 252, Robyn House - 0400 636 951 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Formed in 1996, our group was originally named SEQ Saints (or, as we affectionally use to call ourselves, “Moorabbin in the Sun”). During our time, we have been fortunate enough to meet many wonderful people while supporting our boys when they visit us in Queensland. We have a lot of love for our Saints, all the way from the sunshine state.
We would love you to be a part of our Queensland Saints and support the boys when they are playing up here. You will have the chance to see them up close and personal when they train. Meet other Saints supporters at informal get togethers pre and post-game. You can also hear what St Kilda officials have to say at our Official Supporter Group Functions. Even though we live in Queensland, we are still able to keep up to date with mighty Saints!
The Sinners Supporter Group was formed in 1979 with volunteer members assisting the club with membership, game day raffles and a variety of important roles. After 36 years, the Sinners are still helping with a multitude of tasks including family days, game days and training sessions. One of our tasks was to transform the Murray Hartlett Bar at Moorabbin to the St Kilda Football Club Heritage Museum where many of the club’s treasures are stored.
The Sinners are prepared to do anything for the club that requires manual labour and have always assisted other Supporter Groups within the club.
For more information or to get involved contact Geoff Caudwell: email@example.com
St Kilda football club is more than just a team to support, it is who we are and how we want to be. For over 40 years, the Western Saints have operated to provide the members and supporters of St Kilda football club with the experience of being a close part of the club despite our distance from our club. The Western Saints function is to uphold the five key pillars that we pride ourselves on in WA
Promote - the club at all times in a positive light to supporters, members and the general public
Provide – social events, game functions and social media content for supporters and members
Engage – with members on club related matters to act as the conduit to the club showing they are valued
Charity - be a positive influence to the community by way of charitable donations both locally and St Kilda related
Grow – St Kilda membership in WA, convert supporters into members and retain current members
Throughout the season, the Western Saints hold numerous events to engage with the supporters and members of St Kilda Football club including family fun days, pre-game functions and our game telecast functions held for every St Kilda game. The Western Saints social media pages are filled with fun competitions and Saints’ content. With great prizes to be won, this is the best place to keep up to date with the happenings of the Western Saints.
Instagram: @westernsaints #westernsaints