The King Island Football Association was formed in 1908. One of Australia’s most isolated, and almost certainly its smallest football league, the 3 teams play 10 games each in a 15 round competition plus finals.
King Island Football Association
King Island is is located in the Roaring Forties of Bass Strait, off the north-western tip of the main island of Tasmania, about half way between Tasmania and Victoria. Currie, the largest town and administrative centre, is situated on the west coast of the island. King Island was named after Captain Philip Gidley King, the third Governor of New South Wales.