Footscray

Leagues Played
VFL 18 NEAFL 1
Links
Wikipedia

Results

VFL 07/31 03:05 - Casey v Footscray View
VFL 07/11 01:05 - Footscray v Sydney Reserves View
VFL 07/04 02:05 - Footscray v North Melbourne reserver View
VFL 06/26 02:00 - Coburg v Footscray View
VFL 06/18 06:10 - Geelong reserver v Footscray View
VFL 05/21 09:30 - Frankston v Footscray View
VFL 05/09 02:05 - Footscray v Carlton reserver 11.11(77)-8.11(59)
VFL 05/01 03:05 - Northern Bullants v Footscray View
VFL 04/22 09:10 - Greater Western Sydney reserver v Footscray 10.3(63)-21.9(135)
VFL 04/17 01:20 - Footscray v Gold Coast reserver View
VFL 09/07 01:40 - Footscray v Port Melbourne 4.17(41)-8.8(56)
VFL 08/31 03:00 - Footscray v Williamstown 9.10(64)-11.11(77)

Wikipedia - Western Bulldogs

The Western Bulldogs are a professional Australian rules football club that competes in the Australian Football League (AFL), the sport's premier competition.

Founded in 1877 in Footscray, an inner-western suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, the club won nine premierships in the Victorian Football Association (VFA) before gaining admission to the Victorian Football League (which became the AFL in 1990) in 1925, along with Hawthorn and North Melbourne. The club has won two VFL/AFL premierships, in 1954 and 2016 and was runner-up in 1961 and 2021.

Much of the club's supporter base comes from Melbourne's traditionally working-class western region. Docklands Stadium, in the city's inner-west, has served as the club's home ground since 2000, while its headquarters and training facilities are at its original home ground, Footscray's Whitten Oval, nicknamed The Kennel. The Western Bulldogs guernsey features two thick horizontal hoops—one red and one white—on a royal blue background. Fourteen players from the club are members of the Australian Football Hall of Fame, including inaugural inductee and Legend Ted Whitten. Marcus Bontempelli and Luke Beveridge serve as the club's current captain and head coach.

At the end of 1996, as part of a broader rebranding scheme, the club changed its name from the Footscray Football Club to its nickname the Western Bulldogs. The club has fielded a side in AFL Women's since the competition's 2017 inception, and also has reserves sides in the Victorian Football League and VFL Women's League.