Results

Australia South Australia State League 1 05/14 05:30 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Modbury Jets W 4-2
Australia South Australia State League 1 05/07 05:30 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide University SC W 2-0
Australia South Australia State League 1 05/03 10:00 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide Hills W 3-1
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/30 05:30 - Port Adelaide Pirates v Adelaide Blue Eagles L 4-1
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/26 10:00 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide University SC - View
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/23 05:30 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide Hills - View
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 04/16 04:30 - Croydon Kings v Adelaide Blue Eagles L 3-1
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/09 05:30 - West Adelaide v Adelaide Blue Eagles W 1-3
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/05 09:30 - Playford v Adelaide Blue Eagles L 2-0
Australia South Australia State League 1 04/02 04:30 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Adelaide Croatia Raiders D 2-2
Australia South Australia State League 1 03/26 05:00 - Para Hills Knights v Adelaide Blue Eagles L 2-1
Australia FFA Cup Qualifying 03/19 03:00 - Adelaide Blue Eagles v Northern Demons W 4-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 30 16 14
Wins 9 8 1
Draws 6 4 2
Losses 15 4 11
Goals for 48 32 16
Goals against 57 23 34
Clean sheets 3 3 0
Failed to score 6 3 3

Wikipedia - Adelaide Blue Eagles

Adelaide Blue Eagles is a soccer club based at the Marden Sports Complex, South Australia. Blue Eagles is a participant in the recently formed South Australian Super League. ABE is a predominantly Italian Australian-supported club. This is evident as the club has been known in the past as both Azzurri and Napoli.

History

  • The club was founded under the name Napoli SC but played as Eastern Districts due to the South Australian Soccer Association's ruling of only allowing one Italian named club in the local competition. The Azzurri later merged with Seacliff Austria in 1968, securing promotion to the South Australian First Division.
  • The club entered a team in the Metropolitan League in 1959 and played its first game against Edinburgh losing 11–1. At first all home games were played at the Victoria Park Racecourse then South Park, Park Terrace Goodwood, followed by Adey Reserve Firle. The club moved to the new facilities at Marden in 2000.
  • In 1962 the club played under the name of Eastern Districts Napoli and in 1966 adopted the name Eastern Districts Azzurri. In 1968 the club amalgamated with Seacliff Austria which enabled them to acquire a place in the 1st division. In 1993 the club changed its name to Adelaide Blue Eagles.
  • Since its inception the club has been very successful particularly in the last decade. It has established itself as one of the leaders of local football both on and off the field.
  • They currently run a side, which competes in the Amateur League, called MSSC Blue Eagles. MSSC stands for Molinara Sports & Social Club.