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WA Football Satisfaction Survey

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 - 4:26 PM

With the 2016 season now finalised, we wanting to seek comment from all players, parents and stakeholders in WA Footy in regards to your views and satisfaction whilst football is still fresh in your mind.

We'd greatly appreciate you taking a couple of minutes to complete our annual survey. Whether you're a player, coach, official, volunteer, umpire or just love footy, your views can help shape the way our game is delivered in WA. 

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Dockers Anchor at EDOS

Monday, August 31, 2015 - 4:32 PM

The long-awaited northern sporting fields and pavilion at Ellenbrook District Open Space are now officially open. Ellenbrook’s local sporting teams can now make full use of the Ellenbrook District Outdoor Space northern playing fields.

The brand new facility has more than enough space for two full-size AFL ovals and five junior AFL ovals, music to the ears of the ever expanding Ellenbrook Dockers JFC. The Dockers are also enjoying a brand Read More [+]

The Langley Experience

Monday, August 31, 2015 - 4:22 PM

AFL returned to Langley Park on Sunday, July 5th for the East Perth Football District NAB Auskick Gala Day. The event had a terrific turn out with over 350 Auskickers taking part, with 33 teams playing over 16 football grids. It was a day to remember for all involved and a special thank you must go to the Auskick Coordinators and Coaches at each of our junior clubs.

Steeped in a rich history including having Read More [+]

Bakari Royals Shoot for the Stars

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:22 PM

The Royals District is again seeking to dip its toe in the multicultural space with the delivery of the Bakari Royals program at Britannia Reserve. The program, which is designed to increase the number of boys from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds playing junior football, starts on the 30th July and wraps up on the 3rd September.

Royals District staff is scheduling a series of Freo House Footy sessions at selected secondary schools in Read More [+]

Royals Celebrate Year of the Goat

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:20 PM

The Royals District experienced a slice of Vietnamese culture at the Tet Festival with more than 5,000 people coming down to Wanneroo Showgrounds. The Vietnamese community is a key demographic for the Royals District with 5,000 Vietnamese residing in the Royals District in particular the suburbs of Ballajura, Beechboro, Dianella, Maylands and Morley.

Royals Districts Program Coordinator, Scott Jones with the backing of West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) staff delivered a suite of coaching drills Read More [+]

Royals Gallant in Defeat

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:18 PM

The Nicky Winmar Carnival saw a stunning performance by the Royals District at Bendigo Bank Stadium on the 1st March. Despite fielding an inexperienced and undersized squad, the boys in blue donned the jumper proudly under the guidance of Head Coach, Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls, Assistant Coach, Matt Gray and Royals District Participation Officer, Corey Ranger.

The Nicky Winmar Carnival is designed to draw Indigenous boys, aged 13 to 15, to junior community football and subsequently WAFL Read More [+]

AFL 9s Attacks the Block

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:16 PM

The Royals District is winning the battle for the streets following a massively successful AFL 9s Summer League at Beatty Park, in which more than 250 players scrapped for street cred on Wednesday nights. AFL 9s, which is proudly supported by McDonalds, is now expanding to include an Autumn Super Series on Monday Nights at Coolbinia Reserve.

McDonalds AFL 9s has been a smash hit in the Royals District, with Beatty Park setting the scene Read More [+]

Football Paints the Town Red

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:12 PM

The Royals District in partnership with Chung Wah Association and the West Australian Football Commission (WAFC) has dipped its toe into the Chinese community with a series of AFL promotional activities at the 2015 Chinese New Year Festival at Northbridge Piazza. The massive scale cultural extravaganza, which attracts more than 70,000 people per annum, is coordinated by Chung Wah Association. Whilst it’s a common sight to see more than 100 stalls dot the Read More [+]

Jong Bites Into New Market

Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 6:04 PM

In 2012 the AFL introduced their Multicultural Ambassador Program, which sought to aid in introducing the AFL to communities of cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Players chosen to be ambassadors were described by then AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou as “leaders” and worked towards “attracting new people to the AFL”. Based in Victoria, Western Australia, and South Australia, 10 multicultural ambassadors were chosen to encourage multicultural communities across Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and rural areas to participate in Read More [+]