are an amalgum of the Plympton High Old Scholars (PHOS) Football
Club, the Greek Camden Football club, Camden Football
club and Novar Gardens Football club.
We are a proud and successful club having won numerous premierships
in various football associations.
The club has an impressive list of state and association representatives
as well as association best and fairest medal winners.
We have come a long way since the Novar Gardens Football Club
was formed in 1929 in the Glenelg South West Football League.
In 1933 the club was renamed the Camden Football Club and
performed successfully in that league, later to become the Glenelg
South Football League.
High Old Scholars (PHOS) Football Club was established in 1971
by a group of old scholars who had successfully played together
at school. Entering
the South Australian Amateur Football league (SAAFL) in A5 grade,
they regularly won premierships to rise through the grades. Many
of these foundation members continue to be active in the club today.
when the Glenelg South Football League dissolved in 1987, Camden
amalgamated with the Greek Football Club beginning a very
successful era in Division 1 of the SAAFL being premiers in 1988,
1990 and 1991. That association came to an abrupt end in 1994 creating
an opportunity for PHOS Camden (The Phantoms) Football Club
to be formed. We immediately rose through the ranks from A3 to A2
and then to Division 1, being runner up in 1997 and winning the
the start of the 2002 season our future seems bright with 3 senior
teams and over 160 juniors competing each week in U17, U15, U13,
U11, U9 and Grasshoppers.
The Phantoms also have an over 35s team for those in the twilight
of their careers.
the not too distant future we will endevour to have the honor boards
for all previous facets of the club,
watch this space!"
Camden Honor Board
High Old Scholars Honor Board
Football Club Honor Board (not ready yet)
Camden Honor Board