Maddington Bulls

Maddington Bulls AFL club

Established in 1923, the Maddington Football Club is a community-based football club in the West Australian Amateur Football League and promotes active participation in football for the benefit of the community.

Following the dissolution of its former competition, the Sunday Football League, where it competed between 1923 and 2008, claiming 11 flags, Maddington was among four clubs to apply successfully to affiliate with the WAAFL from 2009.

Maddington Bulls

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Home Ground
Harmony Fields, 182 Alcock Street, Maddington

Maddington is a suburb of Perth, located 20 km southeast of Perth’s CBD. Maddington is a mixed-use suburb containing major residential, retail and industrial sections as well as some semi-rural areas. During the 19th century Maddington was owned by John Randall Phillips, one of the wealthier colonists to arrive in Perth during the 1830s. Maddington Park, which Phillips named after a town in Wiltshire, England, was subdivided 70 years later as Perth dealt with the population explosion following the Gold Rush. Maddington Park became Maddington.

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