AFL Football Clubs in Perth & Western Australia

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Australian Rules Football (AFL) Clubs in Western Australia

Clubs Listed : 14

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Beverley Redbacks Football Club ---- Visited: 111 Times

    Beverley

    Listing id: 3091

    Beverley was one of ten founder members of the Avon Football Association, which was formed in 1959 by means of a merger between the East Avon Football Association and the Avon Valley Football Association.
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  • Claremont Football Club ---- Visited: 89 Times

    Claremont

    Listing id: 46995

    The club is located at Claremont Oval Davies Road, Claremont, WA., May be reached thru PO Box 59, Claremont, WA 6910
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  • East Fremantle Football Club ---- Visited: 73 Times

    East Fremantle

    Listing id: 293

    The club Home Ground is at East Fremantle Oval, Moss Street East Fremantle, WA 6158., May be reached thru PO Box 43, Palmyra 6957.
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  • East Perth Football club ---- Visited: 77 Times

    Leederville

    Listing id: 295

    In February 1906 F.I. Bray convened a meeting at the Goldfields Hotel in Wellington Street,Perth to discuss forming a senior football team. On 11 April 1906 the East Perth Football Club was admitted in to the Western Australian Football Association.
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  • Fremantle Football Club ---- Visited: 69 Times

    Fremantle

    Listing id: 3072

    The rich football heritage in Fremantle dates back to 1885 when the premiership was contested by four clubs  overs (predecessor of the Perth Football Club), Victorians, Perth High School and Fremantle (wearing the infamous red and white playing strip).
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  • Northam Railways Football Club ---- Visited: 79 Times

    Northam

    Listing id: 3095

    The club may be reached thru PO Box 339, Northam, WA 6401.
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  • Peel Thunder Football Club ---- Visited: 63 Times

    Mandurah

    Listing id: 296

    In 1996 the Peel Thunder Football Club and the WAFC negotiated the issue of the ninth licence in the WAFL competition to the Mandurah (Peel) region. The licence was issued on the proviso that the Club be ready to compete in the 1997 WAFL competition 
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  • Perth Football Club ---- Visited: 82 Times

    Perth

    Listing id: 297

    The Perth Football Club was formed in 1899, originally to field a team in the Perth First Rate Junior Competition. However, promotion to senior ranks was rapid.
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  • South Fremantle Football Club ---- Visited: 56 Times

    Freemantle

    Listing id: 298

    The club was formed in some haste at a meeting held 20 April 1900 at the old Club Hotel - where the Orient Hotel now stands in High Street. 
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  • Subiaco Football Club ---- Visited: 62 Times

    Leederville

    Listing id: 299

    The Subiaco Football Club was incorporated in 1896 establishing its base at a small playing arena within the environs of the Shenton Park Lake. 
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  • Swan Districts Football Club ---- Visited: 61 Times

    Bassendean

    Listing id: 300

    The history of the Swan Districts Football Club it can be claimed dates back to as early as 1904, when 15 acres now known as Bassendean Oval (Blue Steel Oval) was vested in the then Bassendean Road Board.
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  • West Coast Eagles Football Club ---- Visited: 64 Times

    Subiaco

    Listing id: 3077

    In August, 1986, the VFL voted in favour of the inclusion of two new clubs, one from WA and one from Queensland. The WA Football Commission would have to pay $4million up front and had just 160 days to assemble a team and establish its infrastructure.
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  • West Perth Football Club ---- Visited: 75 Times

    Joondalup

    Listing id: 301

    Home Ground: Arena Joondalup Kennedya Drive Joondalup.
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  • York Football Club ---- Visited: 118 Times

    York

    Listing id: 3097

    York City Football Club is a professional football club at the heart of the community. he club has also played a big role in helping to progress the careers of a number players recently, most notably Clayton Donaldson and Martyn Woolford.
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