CLUB HISTORY

Formed in 2011 as the SNESA Angels, The Perth Angels are the Perth District Female Football Team participating in the West Australian Women's Football League (WAWFL).

 

In 2011 the Perth Angels won their first premiership in their inaugural year in the WAWFL. Over the last 8 seasons the Angels have developed a strong club culture and purpose- to provide a pathway for young adolescent girls and women to participate in Australian Rules Football; and at the same time create a community identity, form new friendships while increasing fitness and health. 

 

In 2015 the Angels branched out and became associated with the Perth District and the Perth Demons, with home games played at Lathain Oval. This was a huge step for the club and since then there have been a number of developments; like the introduction of our Youth Girls team, change of colours and jumpers, and the formation of a club committee constantly working to grow the club and have a positive impact on the community. 

With the introduction of the AFLW in 2017, the Angels saw a massive increase in numbers leading us to have both a Reserves and a League team in the WAWFL, along side our youth girls. 

 

We welcome females of diverse cultural and all socio-economic backgrounds; encouraging social inclusion and building on that communal spirit and personal growth by providing a safe, sport-focused environment in which to attend/participate in local sporting events.

 

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