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KEY FACTS

Official name
West Coast Eagles Football Club

Known as
West Coast

Nickname
Eagles

Formed
1986

Colours
Royal blue and gold

Associated clubs
West Coast Reserves; East Perth; West Coast WFC

Affiliation (Current)
Australian Football League (AFL) 1987–2024

Home Ground
Perth Stadium

AFL Premierships
1992, 1994, 2006, 2018 (4 total)

Senior Premierships
McClelland Trophy - 2006 (1 total)

Most Games
333 - Shannon Hurn (2006-2023)

Most Goals
712 - Josh Kennedy (2008-2022)

League Top Goalkickers
Scott Cummings (95) 1999 (1 total); Josh Kennedy (80) 2015 & (82) 2016 (2 winners/3 wins)

Brownlow Medalists
Chris Judd 2004; Ben Cousins 2005; Matt Priddis 2014 (3 total)

Headquarters
Mineral Resources Park, 42 Bishopsgate St, Lathlain, WA 6100

Postal Address
PO Box 152, Victoria Park 6979

Phone: (08) 9381 1111 

Email
westcoasteagles@westcoasteagles.com.au

Website
westcoasteagles.com.au

West Coast



"To talk of a side 'deserving' a premiership on the basis of a one-point win is churlish but, on the basis of West Coast's near-exemplary whole season's work, there can be no doubt that the 2006 AFL premiership cup found its rightful home ... It was the Eagles' third flag in the 20th year of their existence. Given that they were only initially admitted to the then VFL in order to alleviate the financial woes of a number of Melbourne-based clubs, and were neither expected nor desired to be successful, this has to be regarded as an extraordinarily praiseworthy achievement..."

John Devaney explores the contribution of 'the West' to football - and, since 1987, West Coast to the national competition

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2024 Season (AFL) Fixture

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West Coast's 2024 Fixture

Rnd H&A Club Q1Q2Q3Q4 S R Opponent Q1Q2Q3Q4 S Mgn Grd Date SC
1 A West Coast        vs Port Adelaide          ADO Mar 17 (Sun, 3:30)  
2 H West Coast        vs Greater Western Sydney          PER Mar 24 (Sun, 3:50)  
3 A West Coast        vs Western Bulldogs          DOC Mar 31 (Sun, 1:00)  
4 H West Coast        vs Sydney          SSP Apr 6 (Sat, 1:00)  
5 H West Coast        vs Richmond          PER Apr 14 (Sun, 2:00)  
6 H West Coast        vs Fremantle          PER Apr 20 (Sat, 6:10)  
7 A West Coast        vs Gold Coast          CRR Apr 28 (Sun, 1:00)  
8 H West Coast        vs Essendon          PER May 4 (Sat, 6:10)  
9 A West Coast        vs Collingwood          DOC May 12 (Sun, 1:00)  
10 H West Coast        vs Melbourne          PER May 19 (Sun, 4:20)  
11 A West Coast        vs Adelaide          ADO May 26 (Sun, 4:10)  
12 H West Coast        vs St. Kilda          PER Jun 1 (Sat, 2:35)  
13 H West Coast        vs North Melbourne          PER Jun 8 (Sat, 2:35)  
14 West Coast       Bye        
15 A West Coast        vs Essendon          DOC Jun 23 (Sun, 1:00)  
16 H West Coast        vs Hawthorn          PER Jun 29 (Sat, 2:10)  
17 A West Coast        vs Melbourne          MCG Jul 6 (Sat, 2:10)  
18 H West Coast        vs Brisbane          PER Jul 13 (Sat, 2:10)  
19 A West Coast        vs St. Kilda          DOC Jul 20 (Sat, 2:10)  
20 A West Coast        vs Fremantle          PER Jul 27 (Sat, 2:10)  
21 H West Coast        vs Gold Coast          PER Aug 3 (Sat, 2:10)  
22 A West Coast        vs North Melbourne          BEL Aug 10 (Sat, 2:10)  
23 H West Coast        vs Carlton          PER Aug 17 (Sat, 2:10)  
24 A West Coast        vs Geelong          KAR Aug 24 (Sat, 2:10)  
 

Footnotes

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