St Kilda Football Club is the home of two great forces: St Kilda spirit and AFL football. Together they do more than each does alone.
St Kilda Football Club fuses elite performance with the creative, progressive and human centred spirit of St Kilda, our birthplace of 1873.
As a proud AFL foundation club in the Victorian Football League (VFL), the Saints were based at Junction Oval in St Kilda until 1964 before moving its training and administration base to Moorabbin.
The club won its first and only premiership in 1966 while enjoying its most successful period in the 1960s.
More recently, St Kilda was dubbed the most successful club in the AFL between 2004 and 2014 when it competed for two flags in 2009 (against Geelong) and 2010 (against Collingwood).
The 2010 drawn Grand Final will be forever etched in AFL history as St Kilda and Collingwood re-played the following week.
St Kilda moved its training and administration base to Seaford in January 2011, further instilling itself as AFL’s bayside club.
At its heart the club engenders an open and inclusive environment where everyone belongs. This is at the centre of the How I Want To Be philosophy where individuals are inspired to be how they want to be and feel welcomed with open arms.