WJ Hughes Medal Night Results 2019

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 - 1:32 PM

South Fremantle is going ONLINE!

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - 3:00 PM

To help the Bulldogs streamline our operations whilst doing our part for the environment, we are now going paperless for our 2020 Membership renewals!

All Memberships will be done through our online portal at https://membership.sffc.com.au/.

If for some reason you can’t complete your membership online then you can still download our 2020 Membership Form on our website, complete and scan or Read More [+]


Tuesday, October 8, 2019 - 1:17 PM

On November 1st you will all be able to renew your SFFC Memberships! Make sure you watch out for our newsletter to find out when the memberships will be open! SFFC are trying their best to go paperless for their membership renewal, so everything will be done online this season. 

Please help us in our attempt to make a difference to the environment. 


Magical Pickett delivers on biggest stage of all

Sunday, September 29, 2019 - 10:03 PM - by Chris Pike

TEN months ago he was again overlooked by every AFL club. Four months ago his WAFL season might have been over let alone any AFL dream. But now Marlion Pickett is not only an AFL premiership player with Richmond but went ever so close to a Norm Smith Medal on debut.

From the moment Pickett arrived at South Fremantle midway through the 2013 season as a 21-year-old it didn’t take long for it to soon become obvious he was a special talent.

He would play just six reserves games before then coach Paul Hasleby couldn’t ignore him any further and threw him in for the last two league games of the WAFL season. 

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New Position - General Manager of Football and Community

Friday, September 27, 2019 - 10:43 AM

New Position – General Manager Football and Community

Following on from a recent restructure of the administrative positions within the South Fremantle Football Club, the position of Football Operations Manager has been replaced with the new position of General Manager of Football and Community being established.

The General Manager of Football and Community will be required to have extensive marketing and communication skills who will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer Read More [+]

A Message from the President

Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 7:50 AM

South Fremantle Football Club is pleased to announce the appointment of accomplished sports administrator Cameron Britt as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Bulldogs.

Mr Britt is a high-performing sports administration professional with more than a decade of experience in senior and highly strategic roles. His most recent role has been Chief Executive of the Wanneroo Basketball Association – Joondalup Wolves where he increased membership by 62 per cent and total revenue Read More [+]

Grand Final to forget for Bulldogs

Monday, September 23, 2019 - 12:40 PM - by Chris Pike

SOUTH Fremantle had done a tremendous job to reach the 2019 WAFL Grand Final but it didn’t turn out how the Bulldogs hoped with Subiaco asserting its dominance with a 96-point victory.

It was a richly deserved Grand Final appearance for South Fremantle after four successive second place finishes at the end of the home and away season.

After losing the past three preliminary finals to Peel Thunder in 2016, Subiaco in 2017 and West Perth in 2018, South Fremantle broke through to beat Claremont in the 2019 preliminary final at Fremantle Community Bank Oval.

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First Grand Final a deserved reward for Bewick

Saturday, September 21, 2019 - 6:06 PM - by Chris Pike

THERE are precious few fairytales in football and getting what you deserve doesn’t really exist, but reward for your dedication and perseverance can eventuate and it's hard to imagine a more deserving player to reach a first Grand Final this Sunday than Shaun Bewick.

Bewick will play his 154th WAFL game on Sunday and it will be the first Grand Final of a career that started back at West Perth where he and twin brother Rohan began to continue the rich family history with the Falcons firstly in the colts before he graduated to league level by 2009.

The finals heartbreak began there for Bewick with a first semi-final loss to Swan Districts and then a preliminary final loss to Subiaco in 2011 before he felt he needed a change and if he didn’t find another WAFL home, he'd likely move on altogether.

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