1921 SAFL season
|1921 SAFL premiership season|
|Minor premiers||Port Adelaide|
(13th minor premiership)
|Highest attendance||34,000 (Grand Final, Port Adelaide vs Norwood)|
|Leading goalkicker||Roy Bent |
Norwood (42 goals)
|Magarey Medallist||John Karney |
West Torrens (5 votes)
Port Adelaide (5 votes)
South Adelaide (5 votes)
Norwood (5 votes)
The season opened on Saturday 7 May with the opening fixture between West Adelaide and Glenelg, and concluded on Saturday 8 October with the Grand Final, in which Minor Premiers Port Adelaide went on to record its 9th premiership, defeating Norwood by 8 points.
South Adelaide, Sturt also made the top (final) four teams and participated in the finals series. North Adelaide, West Torrens, West Adelaide, Glenelg all missed the top four. Glenelg finished winless (as they also did in next three seasons 1922-1924) to "win" the wooden spoon in its first season.
|1||Port Adelaide (P)||14||12||2||0||1257||691||64.53||24|
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.
1921 SAFL FinalsEdit
Week 4 (1921 SAFL Grand Final)Edit
|1921 SAFL Grand Final|
|Saturday, 8 October||Port Adelaide||def.||Norwood||Adelaide Oval (crowd: 34,000)|||
|Best on Ground: Bampton|
Dewar, Congear 1
|Bampton, Oliver, Beck, Congear, Dayman, Keal, Hosking, Adams, Slade||Best||Dobson, Johns, Bryant, White, Toovey, Stephens, Schumacher, Scott, Grantley|
- "LEAGUE PREMIERSHIP". The Chronicle. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 15 October 1921. p. 18. Retrieved 28 December 2014.