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KEY FACTS

Official name
Claremont Football Club

Known as
Claremont

Nickname
Tigers

Formed
1906

Colours
Navy blue and gold

Associated clubs
Claremont Reserves; Claremont U19s; Claremont WFC

Affiliation (Current)
West Australian Football League (WAFL) 1926–2022

Home Ground
Claremont Oval

WAFL Premierships
1938-39-40, 1964, 1981, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2011-12 (12 total)

Senior Premierships
WAFA: 1907-8-9-10 (4 total); 2nd Rate Junior Football Association: 1906 (1 total); R.P. Rodriguez Shield: 1972, 1979, 1981-2, 1987-88-89-90-1, 1993-4, 2007, 2010-11-12, 2020 (16 total)

Most Games
274 - Darrell Panizza (1979-1995)

Most Goals
564 - Warren Ralph (1979-1983; 1987-89)

League Top Goalkickers
G.Moloney (129) 1940; R.Farmer (97) 1943; N.Uncle (91) 1976; W.Ralph (127) 1981, (115) 1982 & (128) 1983; J.Hutton (100) 1991; P.Medhurst (78) 2001; C.Jones (77) 2009 & (85) 2010 (10 total)

Sandover Medalists
Keith Hough 1932; 'Sammy' Clarke 1933 & 1934; George Moloney 1936; Gordon Maffina 1949; John Parkinson 1967; Steve Malaxos 1984; Michael Mitchell 1984; Jaxon Crabb 2005; Anthony Jones 2007; Luke Blackwell 2011; Kane Mitchell 2012; Jye Bolton 2016 & 2018, Bailey Rogers 2021 (13 medallists/15 medals)

Headquarters
3 Davies Rd, Claremont, WA 6010

Postal Address
PO Box 59, Claremont, WA, 6910

Phone: (08) 9384 9200 

Email
tigers@claremonttigers.com

Website
claremontfc.com

Claremont



"This quasi-mythological view of Claremont as ineffectual weaklings might arguably be said, in part, to have a geographical basis: the suburb of Claremont is one of the most tranquil and outwardly genteel in Perth. Moreover, Claremont was, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, one of very few genuine soccer strongholds in the colony/state of Western Australia ... Whatever the reason for the ‘cream-puff’ theory, the fact that it was essentially mythological in nature needs to be stressed. Premiership pennants in elite Australian football competitions such as the Western Australian Football League quite simply do not end up in the possession of ineffectual weaklings, and Claremont produced a number of flag-winning combinations well before the 1980s ... "

John Devaney on how the Tigers banished their genteel reputation to become a perennial WANFL powerhouse

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2022 Season (WAFL) Fixture

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Claremont's 2022 Fixture

Rnd H&A Club Q1Q2Q3Q4 S R Opponent Q1Q2Q3Q4 S Mgn Grd Date SC
1 A Claremont 2.44.67.89.11 65 WON West Perth 4.35.96.118.13 61 4 AJO Apr 15 (Fri, 2:10) Scores
2 H Claremont 1.17.411.813.11 89 WON Subiaco 4.27.49.511.8 74 15 CLM Apr 23 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
3 A Claremont 3.27.28.310.10 70 WON South Fremantle 2.45.78.108.11 59 11 FRE Apr 30 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
4 A Claremont 2.25.58.1010.11 71 LOST Swan Districts 4.64.108.1211.14 80 -9 BAS May 7 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
5 H Claremont 0.47.610.1014.13 97 WON East Perth 3.34.46.67.8 50 47 CLM May 21 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
6 A Claremont 4.14.45.69.8 62 LOST Peel Thunder 2.44.410.1112.12 84 -22 RUS May 28 (Sat, 11:40) Scores
7 H Claremont 3.36.510.616.6 102 WON Perth 2.05.08.111.2 68 34 CLM Jun 4 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
8 H Claremont 1.25.78.813.10 88 WON West Coast Reserves 3.25.47.57.8 50 38 CLM Jun 11 (Sat, 11:10) Scores
9 A Claremont 6.08.610.814.11 95 WON East Fremantle 6.17.510.1211.13 79 16 WAC Jun 18 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
10 A Claremont 3.44.64.76.10 46 LOST East Perth 2.15.49.810.12 72 -26 LEE Jun 25 (Sat, 2:10) Scores
 

Footnotes

* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.