AGM Details & The Final Siren Event at Subiaco Oval

Friday, October 13, 2017 - 2:40 PM
The Subiaco Football Club will be holding a very special AGM in 2017 as they also say a fond farewell to football at Subiaco Oval with an event titled “The Final Siren”.

2018 Subiaco Membership Open

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 3:35 PM
Membership for the 2018 with Subiaco has officially opened, with the club now accepting members for the 2018 season.
After falling just short of a premiership in 2016 and 2017, Subiaco hopes it will be third time lucky in 2018 as they look to go a step further. This is your chance to ensure that you will be there for all of the action of what should be a great 2018 WAFL season for Subiaco.
All current members should shortly see a renewal form come through to them either electronically or in the post, however Subiaco does support and recommend the completion of our online membership forms.
In great news for all Subiaco members and fans, pricing at all categories has remained the same.

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Subiaco Talent Carnival Wrap

Monday, October 9, 2017 - 1:05 AM
Subiaco’s development teams wrapped up their 2017 WAFL Talent Carnival campaigns on Saturday against South Fremantle.
In a highly successful carnival for the Subiaco Football Club, all five of their development teams won at least two of their four matches. Impressively the two A teams and the Year 10s side each won three games.

Schofield Committed to Subiaco for 2018

Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 2:25 PM

The Subiaco Football Club is delighted to announce that league coach Jarrad Schofield will honour the final year of his current contract and coach Subiaco in 2018.

Schofield had fielded extensive interest from a number of AFL clubs about coaching opportunities in 2018, however has now re-committed to the final year of his current agreement with Subiaco.

Subiaco Records Perfect Five for Five in WAFL Talent Carnival against Perth

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 11:50 AM
Subiaco made it a perfect five wins from five games in Day 3 of the WAFL Talent Carnival at Leederville Oval yesterday.
After winning four games on Day 1 of the Carnival against East Perth and two games on Day 2 against West Perth, things came together for the Subiaco sides on Day 3 against Perth, as every side recorded a convincing win.

Daniel Leach claims 2017 Blakemore Medal

Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 10:55 AM
Daniel Leach is the 2017 Blakemore Medal Winner for the fairest and best in the WAFL Reserves Competition for the Subiaco Football Club.
Leach was a deserving winner of the Blakemore Medal in his first season as the Subiaco Football Club polling 506 votes to win comfortably from Jacob Miller and Ben Reid.

Kitchin wins 2017 Outridge Medal

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 - 7:00 PM


Leigh Kitchin has taken out the 2017 Outridge Medal awarded to the best and fairest player at the Subiaco Football Club.
Kitchin was a comfortable winner in the end finishing on 572 votes with Lachlan Delahunty winning the Don Carter Memorial Trophy in second place on 526 votes and Liam Ryan the Ted Doherty Memorial Trophy in third place on 521 votes.

2017 Blakemore Medal Preview

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 - 6:00 PM
The Subiaco D-League will cap off their remarkable 2017 season, when their best & fairest player is crowned at the Outridge Medal on Wednesday September 28, at the Subiaco Sports Bar.
Despite falling as low as seventh position throughout the season, the Lions never gave up and managed to fire themselves into the Grand Final, where they defeated South Fremantle to the tune of 19 points.

2017 Outridge Medal Preview

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 - 10:35 AM
Subiaco's gala event of the year, the 2017 Outridge Medal will be held tonight at the Subi Sports Bar with a number of players to be recognised for their outstanding contributions across 2017.
The Lions had a magnificent season, only dropping one game during the home-and-away season as they clinched their third consecutive minor premiership.

Subiaco Fall in Final Grand Final at Subiaco Oval

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 6:35 PM
Subiaco fell to a crushing 16 point loss in the 2017 WAFL Grand Final on Sunday in the farewell to Subiaco Oval.
Subiaco was left to rue inaccurate goal kicking and a lack of efficiency when entering their forward half, as they led the majority of statistical categories, but this forward conversion was the one thing missing from a gallant performance.