Brentwood Booragoon Bulldogs

Brentwood Booragoon Bulldogs AFL club

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The Brentwood Booragoon Football Club was established in 1978 when, at a BBQ, a group of close friends decided to put together a football team for the upcoming season.

During the clubs inaugural season, the then Brentwood Amateur Football Club fielded a solitary team in I Grade as part of the WAAFL competition. In its first two seasons in the competition, the club managed to reach the Grand Final (1978 & 1979) but did so without premiership success.

Wearing the original Footscray playing strip, Brentwood became known as the Brentwood Dogs, specifically for the tenacity, courage and propensity to “not take a backward step” in any given situation on the field. This is a trait that continues to be part of the fabric of the club today.

At the conclusion of the 2005 season, members voted to change the club’s name to Brentwood Booragoon Football Club. This name change was orchestrated to assist the growth of the club as it strives to develop and grow in what is a competitive environment.

The club participates in the WAAFL competition with four teams – League, Reserves, Thirds & Colts. In addition, the club also participates as part of AFL Masters (WA) competition where it fields a Veteran’s (over 35s) team.

Brentwood Booragoon boasts some of the best training facilities available in the WAAFL and is also recognised as a leader in the provision of a friendly, social atmosphere for all players, members, families and supporters alike.

Brentwood Booragoon Bulldogs

Brentwood Booragoon FC

Home Ground
Karoonda Park, Cnr. Karoonda Road & Nunweek Street, Booragoon

Booragoon is a suburb of Perth, located within the City of Melville. Booragoon is the Aboriginal name for the lower reaches of the Canning River. It is home to Garden City Shopping Centre and the council offices for the City of Melville.

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