Bridgetown Bulldogs

Bridgetown Bulldogs AFL club

Bridgetown Bulldogs AFL logoAbout
The Bridgetown Bulldogs compete in the Lower South West Football League.

The club was founded prior to the commencement of the Lower West Football League in 1959 by the merger of the Bridgetown Rovers and the Bridgetown Warriors Football Clubs.

Website
Bridgetown Bulldogs

Home Ground
Bridgetown Sportsground, Les Woodhead Avenue, Bridgetown

Location
Bridgetown is a town in the South West region of WA, located 270 km south of Perth on the Blackwood River at the intersection of South Western Highway with Brockman Highway to Nannup and Augusta. Bridgetown’s name was proposed by surveyor Thomas Carey in 1868, for two reasons – “as it is at a bridge and the Bridgetown was the first ship to put in at Bunbury for the wool from these districts”.

Premierships
1984, 1986, 2003