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KEY FACTS

Official name
Perth Football Club

Known as
Perth

Nickname
Demons (formerly Red Legs/Redlegs and City Reds)

Former name
Victoria Park (1934-35)

Formed
1899

Colours
Black and red

Associated clubs
Perth Reserves; Perth U19s; Perth WFC

Affiliation (Current)
West Australian Football League (WAFL) 1899–2024

Home Ground
Lathlain Park

WAFL Premierships
1907, 1955, 1966-67-68, 1976-77 (7 total)

Senior Premierships
R.P. Rodriguez Shield: 1963-4, 1968, 1978 (4 total)

Most Games
253 - Terry Moriarty (1942-1953)

Most Goals
738 - Ron Tucker (1940-1955)

League Top Goalkickers
A.Halliday (46) 1913, (38) 1914 & (38) 1916; A.Evans (64) 1921; D.Oliphant (84) 1931; A.Gook (102) 1939; R.Tucker (115) 1950; M.Couper (63) 1975; M.Rea (100) 1985 & (90) 1986; B.Cooper (90) 1994 (11 total)

Sandover Medalists
Cyril Hoft 1921; Terry Moriarty 1943; George Bailey 1945; Merv McIntosh 1948, 1953 & 1954; Neville Beard 1961; Barry Cable 1964, 1968 & 1973; Pat Dalton 1970; Ian Miller 1972; Bryan Cousins 1983; Mark Watson 1987; Gus Seebeck 1999; Ross Young 2009; Aidan Tropiano 2015 (13 medallists/17 medals)

Headquarters
Bishopsgate St & Goddard Street, Lathlain, WA 6100

Postal Address
PO Box 48, Victoria Park, WA, 6100

Phone: (08) 9362 4499 

Email
reception@perthdemons.com.au

Website
perthfc.com.au

President
B. Shields

Perth



"The Redlegs remained a force in West Australian football for the remainder of Ern Henfry’s initial term as coach, contesting the finals every year between 1956 and 1959, but never managing to reach another grand final. The seven-year period between 1953 and 1959 - what might be termed ‘the Henfry Era’ - deserves to be accorded great significance in the history of the Perth Football Club, however, as it undeniably laid the foundations for what was to come. And what was to come would be special. Very, very special ... "

  • It might not have a trophy cabinet bursting with premierships but, as John Devaney writes, Perth has made a lasting contribution to the game 

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2020 Season (WAFL) Fixture

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Perth's 2020 Fixture

Rnd H&A Club Q1Q2Q3Q4 S R Opponent Q1Q2Q3Q4 S Mgn Grd Date SC
1 A Perth 0.33.56.710.10 70 WON Peel Thunder 0.33.46.49.6 60 10 RUS Jul 18 (Sat, 2:00) Scores
2 H Perth 6.28.410.414.4 88 WON East Perth 1.24.38.510.7 67 21 LAT Jul 25 (Sat, 3:05) Scores
3 Perth       Bye        
4 A Perth 6.07.19.210.4 64 WON East Fremantle 4.15.66.68.10 58 6 EFO Aug 8 (Sat, 2:30) Scores
5 H Perth 5.36.510.712.11 83 LOST West Perth 2.29.411.813.12 90 -7 LAT Aug 15 (Sat, 2:30) Scores
6 A Perth 1.04.37.411.4 70 WON Claremont 2.33.65.107.11 53 17 CLM Aug 22 (Sat, 2:30) Scores
7 H Perth 2.03.65.79.10 64 LOST Subiaco 4.78.810.1213.12 90 -26 LAT Aug 29 (Sat, 12:05) Scores
8 A Perth 3.16.16.57.6 48 LOST Swan Districts 3.29.59.511.9 75 -27 BAS Sep 5 (Sat, 3:05) Scores
9 H Perth 2.35.67.108.18 66 WON South Fremantle 3.35.69.79.7 61 5 LAT Sep 12 (Sat, 4:30) Scores
1SF A Perth 0.13.34.55.7 37 LOST West Perth 3.13.34.57.6 48 -11 AJO Sep 20 (Sun, 1:35) Scores
 

Footnotes

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