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The Great Southern Football League (GSFL) is based in the Fleurieu Peninsula region of South Australia. It is zoned to the South Adelaide Football Club.

Although football was played in the area in the 1870s, with the Goolwa club founded in 1878, it was not until 1923 that the Great Southern Football Association was formed. The founding clubs were Encounter Bay, Goolwa, Hindmarsh Valley, Port Elliot and Victor Harbor.

Since that time a number of clubs have formed part of the Association, which changed its name to the Great Southern Football League. Current member clubs include Willunga, which is one of the oldest football clubs in South Australia, tracing its history back to 1874.

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