What are we called? Tigers!
What do we do? Eat 'em alive!
West Coast Amateur Football Club commenced its involvement with the WAAFL in 1984, with players having previously represented Floreat Park AFC (1960), Marist Old Boys AFC (1970) and the City Beach "All Stars" (1975). In 2001, the club merged with Cowan University, forming West Coast Cowan AFC, and going on to win the coveted WAAFL Champion Club award later that year.
Highlights in West Coast's short but decorated history include three consecutive Colts flags in the club's first three years; winning the A Grade "League" premiership in 1994, under esteemed coach, John Dimmer; and back-to-back "League" flags in 2006 and 2007, taking the club's premiership tally to an impressive twenty.
The club earned promotion back into the WAAFL's premier A Grade competition after a narrow loss in the 2013 B Grade Grand Final, and the 2014 season also marked West Coast's 30th birthday and the 20th anniversary of the hallowed A Grade "League" flag. With recently upgraded facilities, a young list brimming with excellent footballers, outstanding coaches (including former West Coast and Western Bulldogs player, Andrew McDougall, as League Coach) and a strong management committee, we look forward to continued on-field and off-field success in 2016 and beyond!