Walkerville Sports Club
President: Mr Mark Webber
Phone: 0403 756 290
Address: 24 Smith Street, Walkerville SA 5081
Address 2: PO Box 36, Walkerville SA 5081
Walkerville Cricket Club
President: Adam Stevens
Mobile: 0404 008 241
- With its beginning in the 1930's in the Prospect District Cricket Association.
- Walkerville Cricket Club won 8 out of 11 A-Grade Premierships around the 1960s.
- Joining Adelaide Turf Cricket Association in 1971/72, turf wickets were laid on Walkerville Oval.
- Walkerville won A-Grade Premiership in its first season with most recent A-Grade premierships in 1982/83 and 1985/86 seasons.
- WCC have a very large junior section fielding 23 teams each weekend and a very strong senior section fielding 4 seniors teams with the A grade playing the in A1 Premier Division.
Walkerville Junior Football Club
President: Matt Hobby
Mobile: 0428 847 400
- With the first committee being formed in 1961 the Walkerville Junior Football Club has been a feeder to the Walkerville Football Club, SANFL and AFL with no fewer than 39 premierships since 1971.
- Teams have ranged from Under 8 to Under 16 with most years seeing 200-250 registered players.
Walkerville Softball Club
President: Peter Georgaris
Mobile: 0417 845 766
- Walkerville Softball Club was established in 1947 as the Northern Districts Softball Club in the South Australian Softball Association competition in its inaugural year and dominated the first 20 years with the majority of the state team made up of the clubs players.
- Since becoming the Walkerville Softball Club in the late 1960's no fewer than 23 premierships have been won throughout the grades. Most seasons have seen at least 8 teams representing Walkerville with approximately half Senior and half Junior teams.
- Walkerville Softball Club is affiliated with the South Australian Softball Association and has won 11 of the past 14 A-Grade premierships and holds more A-Grade premierships than any other club in the South Australian Softball Association.
Walkerville Football Club
President: Ryan Curry
Mobile: 0459 209 802
- Founded in 1901 the Walkerville Football Club is one of only six Amateur Clubs, three of which have amalgamated, to reach 100 years.
- First games were played opposite the Buckingham Arms in the parklands until 1911 when the club moved to its current location then known as Pockers Paddock.
- In 1921 the club became part of the newly formed North Adelaide District Association and won 3 of the first 5 premierships.
- In 1936 the Walkerville Football Club began playing in the South Australian Amateur Football League (SAAFL) until incorporating with North Adelaide Reserves (formerly Thompsons) in 1980 and joining the South Australian Football Association, returning to SAAFL in 1990.
- In winning the 1992 A4 Premiership the club became only the second club in SAAFL history to win premierships in all grades from A1 to A6.
- The Walkerville Football Club has seen a number of changes to its colour scheme, red and white vertical stripes in 1901, changing to chocolate with a blue 'V' trim by 1936 until 1953 when brown and blue vertical stripes were all the rage. In 1955 the colours changed again to Royal Blue with a White 'V' but 1959 was the year for white sashes! Blue and White vertical stripes were worn from 1974-78 but for the benefit of colour television in 1979-80 an all White strip was preferred! 1981 saw unchartered territory in fashion for Walkerville with the introduction of Royal Blue and White hoops.
- A new look, but retaining the same style of the past 20 years takes the Walkerville guernsey with Navy Blue and White hoops into its second century as an historical Football Club.
Walkerville Netball Club
President: Jess Nicholls
Mobile: 0422 131 038
- Walkerville Netball Club (or the Walkies Cats) is one of the biggest netball clubs in the Adelaide Metropolitan Netball Division.
- We have teams in a variety of Senior and Junior grades to suit all playing levels.
- We are affiliated with the Walkerville Football Club and together throughout the football and netball season we have numerous social events.