EMBLEM / LOGO: Tigers
CLUB COLOURS: Black & Yellow
Kybybolite Memorial Sports Club
Kybybolite Football Club
Kybybolite Netball Club
Two Senior teams, and two Junior Teams
Senior Colts (17 & Under)
Junior Colts (14 & Under)
Senior & 6 Junior teams
17 & Under
16 & Under
15 & Under
13A & Under
13B & Under
13C & Under
To ensure a sense of belonging within strong and competitive team environments as well as providing a supportive culture for our young adults, families and people of all ages.
To provide all stakeholders with affordable, accessible, enjoyable and competitive games of Australian Rules Football in a safe environment, whilst making a meaningful contribution to the community and the sustainable development of the game & strengthening communities through Football.
The Kybybolite Football & Netball Club boasts a proud history that dates all the way back to 1906. Known as the ‘Kyby Tigers’, the club competes in the Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football & Netball Leagues (KNTFL & KNTNA), fielding two senior & two junior football teams, four senior & six junior netball teams.
In all, we have won 33 football & 24 netball premierships across all grades. The A Grade Tigers have played in several finals series, most recently being premiership runners-up in 2010 & 2016.
The club has had several players that have gone on to excel; AFL Brownlow Medallist 2020 – Lachie Neale, Jack Trengove in the AFL, Jess Trengove in the Olympics & Commonwealth Games are just a few of our most well known exports.
We’re proud of our history and passionate about our community. Each week more than 200 players, coaches and volunteers take to the ground and the court to represent our club from juniors right through to seniors. We are focused on developing to our highest level, in an atmosphere of professionalism, commitment and great fun.
Our club is the hub of our community and well known for its social functions and community involvement. Sponsorships, community fund raising and the hard work of our many volunteers ensure our continued growth to achieve our goals; which include developing our young players into leaders through competitive team environments.
Our aim is to provide our players, supporters and members with a family orientated environment. We are dedicated to the development of our juniors and the future success of our club.
Location, Grounds, Clubrooms & Facilities
The nearest town is Naracoorte, (population 4,888) in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia, approximately 330 km south-east of Adelaide and 100 km north of Mount Gambier on the Riddoch Highway.
We have been playing on the present site since 1947. In 1975 we opened the new club rooms and have made regular improvements over the years, with facility upgrades including electronic scoreboard, multi-media big screen & projector, a disabled ramp access and new reverse cycled air conditioning upstairs.
We have chosen to join over 7000 clubs across Australia taking part in the Good Sports program.