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Fremantle Oval has stood as an icon in the lives of the Fremantle community, its visitors, and travelling sports fans for over 125 years. Originally given to the City as a Crown grant in 1894, the land has since become engrained in the very fabric of the historic Port City.

The main football facilities used by South Fremantle Football Club, built in the 1960s and 70s, are now in critical need of replacement to meet the current standards, codes, diversity needs, and community expectations of a State football site. 

We are working closely with the City of Fremantle, the Fremantle Dockers and the West Australian Football Commission to bring this Plan to life, and will be seeking funding and support from all levels of Government, plus our Members and other Agencies.

With an aim to make the Oval an active community hub, not just for football events, the community amenities must also be improved. 

The Masterplan responds to critical issues that currently exist at Fremantle Oval that prevent the venue reaching its full potential, especially regarding women’s football and fan experience, improving connection with the historic Port City.

Review the Full Masterplan:
Fremantle Oval Redevelopment Masterplan