- Played with Adelaide University Football Club from 1910 – 1912
- (Inter-Varsity Football in 1910 and 1911)
- Cricket Club from 1908 – 1915 (Inter-Varsity Cricket in 1910)
- Sports Awards: Blue for Football in 1910, Blue for Cricket in 1915
- 1912 AUFC Premiership Captain
- AUFC secretary 1911 (aged 20) – the AUFC’s first year in the newly formed SAAFL (undefeated premiers; the team contained 11 former SANFL league players including Freddy, who had played with North Adelaide); premiers again in 1912 with Freddy leading the team.
- Upon returning from WW1, in 1928 Freddy Le Messurier became the inaugural President of the Adelaide University Football Club, until 1936 (premiers in 1929 and 1932, and runners up in 1930, 1933, and 1934).
Remarkable life / War Service
- Completed medical degree 1913, Enlisted for WW1 in 1914 aged 23, served in Gallipoli, Egypt and on the Western Front in France
- Distinguished Service Medal, when in August 1918 east of Hamel, France, he evacuated wounded soldiers while under fire.
- Mobilised for WWII in 1940 (appointed Officer in Command of the 105th Australian General Hospital in Adelaide – he supervised the construction of the repatriation hospital at Daw Park).
- Freddy died on 19 May 1966 at age 75.
Family Connection with AUFC
- There is a strong family connection with the Le Messurier family at AUFC; both of Freddy’s great grandsons played for the club.
- Ben Lewis played 125 games, mostly in the Division 1 team, between 2008 and 2016 and James (Jack) Lewis represented the club between 2001 and 2003, and 2008 and 2010 for 101 games. Jack was runner-up for the Division 1 Best and Fairest in 2002