Last time we met: South Fremantle

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 10:56 AM

OPTUS WAFL FINALS SERIES

SECOND SEMI-FINAL
SUBIACO 14.13 (97) defeated SOUTH FREMANTLE 10.3 (63)

It was quite the arm-wrestle if you take out a 12-minute burst in the third quarter, but that's all Subiaco needed to set up a match-winning advantage and ultimately beat South Fremantle in Sunday's second semi-final.

The two teams locked horns with a Grand Final spot on the line at Leederville Oval Read More [+]

Delahunty claims 2019 WAFL Sandover Medal

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - 8:47 AM

Lachlan Delahunty from Subiaco Football Club was named 2019 Sandover Medallist at the vote count at Optus Stadium last night, Monday September 16, with a total of 28 votes.

Delahunty finished the count one vote ahead of Subiaco teammate Kyal Horsley on 27 votes, and previous Sandover Medal winners Kane Mitchell (24 votes) and Jye Bolton (22 votes), from Claremont.

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Attend the 2019 WAFL Grand Final and paint Optus Stadium Maroon

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 2:14 PM

There will be many ways to watch the 2019 WAFL Grand Final at Optus Stadium on Sunday 22 September 2019.

General Admission

Members can purchase General Admission tickets through the Club for $15. 

Corporate Field Club/Locker Room Suite

Located at the level of the playing field, you will experience being part of the action in the most energised and unique setting in the stadium.

In addition to their own private facility, Field Suite guests will have Read More [+]

VALE Kevin Cowl

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 4:43 PM

Kevin COWL (photo below) became a trainer at Subiaco in 1956 and stepped up to the position of head trainer after the death of Tom Cross in 1968. He was elected a Life Member in 1974 and continued to serve as head trainer until 1978.  Kevin was awarded Diehard status in the first intake of 100 Subiaco Diehards in 2000.

Our deepest sympathies to Kevin's family and friends.

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Four Subiaco players named in TABtouch Team of the Year

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 12:37 PM

THE TABtouch Team of the Year for the 2019 Optus WAFL Premiership Season highlights the strength of Subiaco, South Fremantle and Claremont while featuring a good blend of recognised superstars and those emerging onto the scene.

The Team of the Year has been selected based upon the WAFL Teams of the Week named after each round of the 2019 season so quite simply, the more weeks you were named throughout the season the better your Read More [+]

Subiaco leaders share Dhara Kerr Award spoils

Tuesday, September 10, 2019 - 12:35 PM

Subiaco captain Hayley Miller and vice-captain Danika Pisconeri shared the honours in the inaugural WAFL Women’s Dhara Kerr Fairest and Best Award on Monday, September 9 at Optus Stadium with 13 votes each.

Miller polled votes in seven of the nine games she played, including one 3-vote game and four 2-vote games. Pisconeri, who had a great season in the ruck for the Lions, polled votes on six occasions including three best-on-ground performances.

Miller, who is an AFLW midfielder for Fremantle, added to the Award she won outright in 2018 by continuing her strong form in the WAFLW State League competition in 2019.

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Golds/Ladies Forum September Dinner

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 2:54 PM

An enjoyable evening with finals build up from players in attendance and an interesting presentation by our guest spealer Ron Alexander, relating to his experience and involvement in our football industry.

His topics included as a WAFL player/coach and state representative, AFL coaching, Optus Stadium development and the current operational problems being experienced by local WAFL Clubs.

Players attending included Club Captain Leigh Kitchin, Lachlan Delahunty, Ben Sokol and Read More [+]

2nd Semi-Final Match Recap

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 1:45 PM

After a week off courtesy of securing the 2019 Optus WAFL Minor Premiership, Subiaco hosted South Fremantle in the second WAFL semi-final in perfect conditions at Leederville Oval, with the winner advancing to the 2019 WAFL Grand Final at Optus Stadium. 

The clash with South Fremantle ended within a 34-point win to Subiaco, continuing the Lions winning Read More [+]

WAFLW Preliminary Final Recap

Monday, September 9, 2019 - 11:35 AM

Subiaco had been the standout team for much of the first ever Optus WAFLW Premiership season and did finish as minor premiers, but lost the second semi-final to East Fremantle leaving them in a must-win situation on Saturday to keep their 2019 campaign alive.

The Lions had earned hosting rights for the preliminary final on Saturday afternoon as they took on Swans at Leederville Oval, but it was the black-and-whites who came into the game with the momentum on the back of a four-match winning streak.

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Secure your Grand Final Package today!

Sunday, September 8, 2019 - 5:01 PM

If you would like to secure a Grand Final package at the Victory Lounge, Optus Stadium please call 9208 9999 or t.freeman@subiacofc.com.au

2019 Grand Final Booking Form

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