The Henty Swampies compete in the Hume Football League.
The club was formed in 1925 following the merger of Henty Rovers and Henty Imperials.
The Swampies have been members of the Hume Football League since 1982 having previously competed in the Farrer Football League from the time of that competition’s inception in 1957. Prior to that, whilst in the Albury District Football League, Henty had won three pre-war premierships, including that of the league’s inaugural season of 1930.
The club’s first senior grade grand final win in the Hume Football League in 1984 broke a premiership drought stretching back almost half a century. The Swampies have added further flags in 1986, 1990, 1996 and 2014.
Henty Showground, Henty Pleasant Hills Road, Henty
Henty is a town in southwestern NSW close to the boundaries of the South West Slopes and the Riverina districts, almost midway between the regional cities of Albury and Wagga Wagga. Originally called ‘Doodle Cooma’, the town was renamed after the Henty family, the first Europeans to establish a permanent agricultural settlement in Victoria.
1930, 1935, 1937, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1996, 2014