Bulldogs to face Thunder, Lions in pre-season

Friday, March 22, 2019 - 4:59 PM

SOUTH Fremantle's official WAFL pre-season hit outs will see them take on the league's last two premiers Peel Thunder and Subiaco ahead of the Round 1 clash with Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval.

South Fremantle will have two solid hit outs over the next two weekends all in the lead up to Round 1 of the 2019 WAFL season.

That Round 1 clash will see the Bulldogs take on Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval on Saturday April 6.

The build up to that now begins on Saturday March 23 against Peel Thunder at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

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Join the Bulldogs' 2019 AFL tipping competition!

Friday, March 15, 2019 - 4:32 PM


Entry fee is $100.00 
Which Includes:
- Weekly tip topping prize and overall end of season winner.
- Invited to the Grand Final Function at the club on Grand Final Day

To sign up and for more information click on the link below!



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Stephen Michael becomes Legend in WA Football Hall of Fame

Friday, March 15, 2019 - 3:48 PM


The remarkable story of the career and life of one of South Fremantle's all-time greats added another chapter last night as he was elevated to Legend status in the WA Football Hall of Fame and there couldn't be anyone more deserving!

We once again salute our Legend, Stephen Michael.

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Stewart ready to fire back with Bulldogs

Sunday, March 10, 2019 - 10:38 AM - by Chris Pike

KADE Stewart needed a year back home in Katanning following the shock of being delisted by Hawthorn, but having dominated there he is back with South Fremantle in 2019 and ready to show what he can do as a midfielder in the WAFL.

Stewart was an exciting junior coming through the ranks at South Fremantle and went on to play some league football alongside older brother Tim late in the 2015 season before they also shared the reserves premiership under Tony Walters together.

The smooth-moving left-footer was subsequently picked up by Hawthorn and over the next two years showed plenty of signs to suggest he was right at home at AFL level in the seven games he played with the Hawks.

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Joining Bulldogs best thing Saunders ever did

Monday, March 4, 2019 - 4:53 PM - by Chris Pike

THE biggest decision Ben Saunders had to make in his football career was leaving Claremont for South Fremantle, but as he reflects on his outstanding WAFL career now, it was the best thing he did and set the stage for plenty of great highlights.

After moving up to Perth from Mt Barker, the Claremont Football Club became a home base for Saunders and he thought that the Tigers would be his long-term WAFL home as far as he could see into the future.

He arrived at Tigerland at an era where breaking into the league team as a young player was anything but easy as they went through a run from 2010-2013 of winning four straight minor premierships, playing in three Grand Finals and winning two premierships.

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Special General Meeting - March 15, 2019

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 11:46 AM

South Fremantle Football Club (Inc)

“The Premier Family Club”


DATE: Friday 15th March 2019

Members are hereby given notice that the South Fremantle Football Club Special General Meeting will be held in the Griff John Function Room on Friday 15th March 2019 at 6.00pm to deal with an outstanding item following our AGM in December 2018.



Endorsement of SFFC’s proposed new Constitution

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Host families required for young Bulldogs

Monday, January 21, 2019 - 9:51 AM

Dear Members and Supporters,

Each year, South Fremantle Football Club endeavours to recruit new players via our vast network across Australia. The majority are young men aged between 18 and 22 and can relocate to Perth from all over Australia.

As a club we recognise the need to provide high quality accommodation to our young men in their first year of playing at the elite level and for their long-term development as responsible adults.

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End of Year Report - Captain Dylan Main

Sunday, January 13, 2019 - 9:26 AM

THE 2018 season provided many ups and downs for the club and ultimately finished prematurely in the eyes of many, including ourselves. 

There was a lot of emphasis placed on this past season for South Fremantle Football Club as we knew some excellent servants of the club were closing in towards the ends of their careers and yet still had plenty to offer. Mixed with some young, energetic players we believed the sky was the limit and we were all excited to see what the season could bring. 

After losing our initial game to Subiaco by quite a chunky margin we managed to string together some promising wins in the next five fixtures providing a strong base platform for the rest of the season. 

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End of Year Report - Stephen Michael Foundation

Sunday, January 13, 2019 - 9:21 AM

IN March 2017 the Stephen Michael Foundation was formed by the South Fremantle Football Club to work in the communities within the clubs’ metropolitan and regional recruiting zones. 

A significant number of the areas within the clubs’ recruiting zones are identified as low-socio economic and feature a high number of at-risk and disengaged youth. The vision of the foundation is to support these youths to become valued members of the community.

Stephen Michael is widely considered to be one of the greatest ever players from Western Australia and certainly one of the greatest in the history of South Fremantle Football Club. Throughout his life, Stephen has been a man of great values and integrity and was considered the perfect role model for which the foundation has been named. 

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End of Year Report - Reserves Coach Paul Litherland

Sunday, January 13, 2019 - 9:19 AM

OUR 2018 reserves season was very challenging, not only for the players, but for the coaches as well. We were a much younger side than last year, with an even mix of experienced reserves and first-year players. 

We played an average of only 1.5 league players per game this season. As such, a great deal of leadership was delegated to those who are the future of this club. It was great to see such players make the choice to take their football to the next level both on and off the field.  

We won eight games and lost 10 in a rollercoaster of a season, which saw us missing out on finals by only four goals. This was a remarkable achievement considering we averaged 10 first-year players per game. I continue to drive the development of this group and I am proud that a great many of them accepted the challenges put to them this season.

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