Club Environment

Here at West Coast Amateur Football Club, we pride ourselves on strong values, nurturing leadership skills in the next generation and helping to develop our members into well-rounded young men and valued members of the community.

Read on for more information about some of the programs and people who make our club special.

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In partnership with Wirrpanda Foundation, our club celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in NAIDOC Week, and proudly recognises the important role Indigenous Australians play in our society and the game of Australian Rules Football.

In our annual NAIDOC Week game, players wear jumpers specially designed by Indigenous leaders within our playing group. This year's NAIDOC game will be at City Beach Oval on Saturday 14 July.

With the 2018 National NAIDOC theme "Because of her, we can", we hope to schedule a feature match for Female Footballers to mark the occasion in a special way.



All players take part in volunteering activities outside of football, such as the City To Surf  which the club has supported for more than a decade with our major partners, Activ Foundation. 



In partnership with West Coast Junior Club, each year we support the Claremont District's massive Auskick Gala Day, with up to 2000 youngsters enjoying a great day of footy on City Beach Oval.