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Brighton Areas and Old Scientists (BDOS) is an Australian rules football team based in the southern suburbs of Adelaide formed in 1991 as a merger between the former Brighton Football Club and Brighton's High Scientists Senior Football Club. Also known as Brighton Bombers, BDOS competes in South Australia Amateur Football (SAAFL). In 1994, BDOS joined the Southern Football League in junior grades, followed by top teams from the SAAFL in 1997. In 2017, BDOS switched to the Adelaide Footy League. BDOS FC has produced a number of AFL players including Jarrad Sundqvist (Sydney Swans), Matthew Budd (Adelaide), Ken Cornes (Port Adelaide), Ben Kennedy (Collingwood/Melbourne), Billy Williams (Western Bulldogs) and Corey Gregson (Geelong). Brighton areas and ancient scientists were formed in 1991 by merging Brighton and Brighton senior scientists. Brighton and Seacliff Football Club was formed in 1938 through the merger of Brighton and Seacliff clubs. Playing for the Glenelg Football Association, Brighton and Seacliff formed a brief merger with Sturt for four years during World War II, before resuming as a separate entity in 1946. Brighton and Seacliff were renamed back to Brighton only in 1957 and in 1958 they were transferred to the A3 Amateur Football League competition, and they received successive promotions to the A1 division over the first two seasons. Brighton remained in the A1 until he last finished in 1965, playing the next three seasons in the A2 before turning back to the Now Glenelg-South Football Association Adelaide in 1969. Brighton remained in the Glenelg-South Adelaide Federation until its demise at the end of 1986, before being known as the Southern Capital Football League, when it moved to the South Australian Football Association (SAva). Brighton competed in the Safa competition until the end of the 1990 season, when it merged with Brighton High Scholars.A-Grade Premierships