Charlie Stanbridge

Charles Stanbridge (born 9 January 1899) was an Australian rules footballer who played with South Melbourne in the VFL during the 1920s.

Stanbridge joined South Melbourne in 1925 after being recruited from Port Melbourne where he was a premiership player. He won South's best and fairest award in 1928 and was captain for the 1929 season. Stanbridge also represented Victoria in interstate football, appearing seven times. He joined Williamstown in 1932 and won a Recorder Cup and VFA Medal during his time with the club.

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