西珀斯

Leagues Played
WAFL 9
Links
Wikipedia

结果

WAFL 09/19 06:10 - 克莱蒙特 v 西珀斯 14.8(92)-10.8(68)
WAFL 09/12 06:40 - 西珀斯 v Swan Districts 13.6(84)-13.8(86)
WAFL 09/04 06:10 - Perth v 西珀斯 查看
WAFL 08/28 06:10 - East Fremantle v 西珀斯 查看
WAFL 08/22 05:10 - 西珀斯 v 南费雷曼特尔 查看
WAFL 08/15 03:40 - 西珀斯 v 西海岸 后备队 查看
WAFL 08/07 06:10 - 西珀斯 v 西海岸 后备队 查看
WAFL 07/31 06:10 - 苏比亚科 v 西珀斯 查看
WAFL 07/24 06:10 - 西珀斯 v Peel Thunder 查看
WAFL 07/17 06:10 - 西珀斯 v East Fremantle 查看
WAFL 07/10 06:10 - 西珀斯 v East Perth 查看
WAFL 06/26 06:10 - 西珀斯 v 克莱蒙特 查看

The West Perth Football Club, nicknamed the Falcons, is an Australian rules football club located in Joondalup, Western Australia. West Perth competes in the West Australian Football League (WAFL) and is the oldest existing Australian rules football club in Western Australia. Originally located at Leederville Oval, the team was relocated in 1994 to Arena Joondalup, a sports complex in the northern suburbs of Perth. The team's club song is "It's a Grand Old Flag" and its traditional rivals are East Perth.

History

The Victorian Football Club was established at a meeting on 2 May 1885. The new team was to play its games at the Recreation Ground (now Esplanade Reserve) and wear the colours cardinal and navy. Two weeks after the establishment of the new club it formed the WAFA together with Rovers and Fremantle. The three clubs, along with High School (now Hale School) were to play out the 1885 season, however High School dropped out after just two rounds.

The West Australian Football Club was established in 1886 and were admitted to the competition for the 1887 season. At a meeting of the two clubs on 16 April 1889, it was unanimously decided to amalgamate the two clubs – West Australian and Victorians – into a single club known as the Metropolitan Football Club for the 1889 season. The West Australian colours of black and red were to be maintained for the new club. In 1891, a meeting of footballers was held to form a new team, to be called West Perth, which embraced the members of the then-defunct Metropolitan Football Club. The new club was immediately granted entry into the WA Football Association (later called the WA Football League) and won its first premiership in 1897.

In 1915 the team became the original tenant of the newly built Leederville Oval where it would remain based until 1993, at which time the team moved to Joondalup to play games at Arena Joondalup from the 1994 season onwards. Since relocating, the Falcons have enjoyed relative success with four premierships from eight grand finals, the most recent flag coming in 2013.