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Bring on the September heat: Hocking

Port Adelaide primed for tilt at spectacular September.

9:54am  Aug 31, 2015

SANFL: Magpies win ahead of Bloods rematch in final

Port Adelaide will carry confidence into its qualifying final after defeating an undermanned West Adelaide by 37 points.

5:17pm  Aug 30, 2015

Having been firmly entrenched in the community since 1870, Port Adelaide's guiding mantra is simple: We Exist To Win Premierships and Make Our Community Proud.

As the most successful league football club in Australia, Port Adelaide joined the AFL in 1997 and has continued to build on its community focus through work in schools, youth groups and with South Australia's Aboriginal and multicultural communities to build greater social cohesion in Adelaide and beyond.

Power Community Ltd is the community development arm of the Port Adelaide Football Club and was created in 2010 as a Company Limited by Guarantee. The establishment of Power Community Ltd inspired by the precedent of community trusts established by English soccer clubs and delivers the vision to broaden Port Adelaide's impact beyond the sports field.

Today, Power Community Ltd employs eight full-time staff members.

Programs are focussed on youth and Aboriginal program pillars and reach a variety of audiences including those in metropolitan Adelaide through to remote communities in South Australia and the Northern Territory.


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Aboriginal AFL Academy set for China exhibition game

10-day November tour for talented team.

12:54pm Aug 27, 2015

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Port to elevate China partnership in Multicultural Round

Chinese flag and Mandarin characters to adorn Power's guernsey this week.

9:38am Aug 3, 2015

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Power of goodwill: What $10k will do for childhood cancer

Travis Boak's ambassadorship leads to a greater partnership between footy and childhood cancer support.

5:38pm Jul 21, 2015

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Port Adelaide given Kaurna language name

The Magpie will forever be part of the fabric of Port Adelaide, with local Kaurna cultural custodians giving the club a language name - Kurraka.

3:20pm Jul 9, 2015

PTV: Our Empowering Youth Program

Ruckman Matt Lobbe and Olympian Erin Phillips talk about the club's Empowering Youth Program

July 21, 2015  3:19 PM