SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STATE UNIFORMS
The first league logo was added to the State jumper for the 1958 National Carnival and remained unchanged until 1977 when a special patch was worn to mark the SANFL's 100th anniversary. A short-lived SANFL logo was used in 1978-79 before the classic SANFL logo was introduced in 1980. This logo has undergone some minor tweaks over the years and remains in use today.
1986 was the 150th anniversary of the formation of the Colony/State of South Australia and a special patch was worn to mark this occasion.
In 1990 the SANFL finally broke with tradition and wore a sponsor patch on the State jumper for the first time. West End were the first, and to date, only company to sponsor the South Australian team. The longevity of this deal is only rivalled in Australian football by Geelong's long-running jumper sponsorship deal with Ford which has remained in place since 1977.