Bullcreek Leeming Bombers

Bullcreek Leeming Bombers AFL club

Bullcreek Leeming Bombers AFL logoAbout
Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club (BLAFC) was established in 1980 and today is one of the pre-eminent clubs in the WAAFL, fielding 4 seniors sides and one Colts team.

Simon Black, who won the 2002 Brownlow Medal while playing for Brisbane, was a Bullcreek Leeming junior.

We pride ourselves on being professional on the training track and on gamedays, but also being a great social club.

During the season we train on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Any new players are welcomed, young, old and in between.

Bullcreek Leeming Bombers

Home Ground
Beasley Reserve, Cnr. Karel Avenue & Beasley Road, Leeming

Leeming is a southern suburb of Perth, located 17 km south of Perth’s CBD and 13 km east of Fremantle. The area was previously part of Jandakot and was predominantly agricultural until the 1970s, having been laid out by a surveyor, George Waters Leeming (1857-1902), in 1886. In 1971 the suburb of Leeming was gazetted, although construction did not commence until 1976. Many of the streets were named after original landowners in the agricultural district.

1989, 1991, 1999, 2005, 2012