Formed in 1900, the Kalangadoo Magpies FNC are affiliated with the Mid South East Football League (MSEFL) in South Australia.
The club can trace its history back to the early years of the 20th century when it engaged in social matches against teams from other towns in the vicinity, such as Glencoe and Naracoorte. For a brief time prior to world war one Kalangadoo competed in the Millicent Football Association. Following the war, the club does not appear to have been formally reconstituted until 1927, when it joined the South East Football Association B Grade competition.
The Magpies transferred to the Mid South Eastern Football League in 1936, where they have remained ever since.
Kalangadoo Oval, Crowe Street, Kalangadoo
Kalangadoo is a small district in South Australia, located 50 km north of Mount Gambier, in the heart of red gum country. The area was originally proclaimed as Kalangadoo East in 1891, and the name changed to Kalangadoo in 1940. The aboriginal word means “big trees in water.” Kalangadoo is the centre of a rich agricultural district that specialises in potatoes and timber, as well as apple orchards, beef cattle, sheep and dairy cattle.
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