South Hobart is the oldest association football club in Tasmania, as well as one of the most successful.
They have won the State Championship a record 17 times as well as 21 Southern titles, 11 KO Cups, 3 Statewide KO Cups and 6 Falkinder Cups plus various other trophies.
They played their first match on 21 May 1910. South Hobart won the league for the first time in 1919, and won the next four in a row.
Although successful through their existence, they have only recently begun to again win trophies at the highest level.
The 60's saw the influx of ethnic based clubs, and South Hobart has taken until the 21st Century to return to their former glory.
South Hobart competed in the inaugural FFA Cup in 2014.