The Week Gone: Last week in the SFL and SFLW saw a tough round for the Tigers, with the Under 18s starting off the day with a win over Claremont. They never quite got away from the Magpies, but managed their way to a 34 point win. The Reserves started […]

Tiger Talk

A recap of last night’s Annual General Meeting – congratulations to all who were recognised and elected. Thanks to all who attended. The Hobart Football Club is proud to welcome the following LIFE MEMBERS: Paul Sproule – Former Richmond AFL Premiership Player (1973,1974), 99 games, Hobart, 1962-66 (Premiers 1963, 1966), […]

2016 AGM Re-Cap

Well we have seen the coaches report and he certainly has a great bunch of players working with him.  The numbers at training are amazing and the enthusiasm is contagious. To drive over the hill at the crossroads and see a wall of black and gold jumpers training  is special […]

Tiger Talk

Friday Night saw the Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame annual awards night, Hobart already having strong representation including our 2010 recognition in the ‘hall’ as a “Great Club”, as well as recognition of our 1973 team of “Giant Killers”. We have a number of inductees including Noel Atkins, Trevor Leo, […]

Hobart A Great Tradition

Can you remember the trolley buses to South Hobart and trams rattling up Elizabeth Street? The grassy bank next to the Main Grandstand at North Hobart Oval ? If you can you probably remember our greatest game of 1955… Yes 60 Years ago… It was our first and only Reserves […]

1955…..Our Only Reserves Premiership

BEFORE the golden era of Tasmanian football that produced stars such as Darrel Baldock, Peter Hudson, Royce Hart and Ian Stewart, there was the modern footballer… before football became modern. Born in 1897, Horrie Gorringe was as tough as Joel Selwood, could burst away from packs with the acceleration of […]

Horrie Gorringe

We reflect on the Hobart FC 1959 Premiership Team then and now!   Photo from 2014 Heritage Round v New Norfolk (Saturday 14th June at Boyer Oval): Pictured above from left to right: Mal Pascoe, Steve Perrin who came from Sydney for the day, Geoff Wright, Chris’ dad, who played with Clarence, Neville Legro, Kevin […]

1959 Premiers