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The Jindera Football Club is a community based and family orientated sporting organisation committed to the devolopment and promotion of AFL football at both senior and junior levels in the Hume Football League and surrounding Riverina region.

The Bulldogs won the premiership in the first post-war season in the Hume Football League in 1946, and have since added another ten.

Jindera was especially strong during the 1950s and 1960s. In the 11 seasons from 1955 to 1965 the senior grade side qualified for the finals on 10 occasions and claimed no fewer than 7 premierships from 9 grand finals.

Overall, the Bulldogs have an excellent record of finals participation, and only twice – in 1994 and 1995 – have they finished last on the HFL premiership ladder.

Jindera Bulldogs

Home Ground
Jindera Sports Ground, Urana Street, Jindera

Jindera is a town in the South West Slopes section of the Riverina region of NSW, located 15 km north of Albury. During the 19th century Jindera saw a substantial population of German Australians who had migrated to the Riverina in the 1860s, principally from South Australia. Although likely to be aboriginal, the origin of the name “Jindera” is now obscure.

1946, 1955-56-57, 1960–61, 1963–64, 1975, 2008, 2011