Stirling Saints

Stirling Saints AFL club

Stirling Saints AFL logoAbout
The Stirling Amateur Football Club competes in the WA Amateur Football League and was established in 1998 after a merger of the Osborne Park Football Club (from the Sunday Football League) and the Balcatta Amateur Football Club.

The club’s debut season in the WAAFL could scarcely have been more memorable as both the seniors and reserves won their respective premierships.

The club is based at Richard Guelfi Reserve, with some of the best facilities in the League. All new players are welcome.

Website
Stirling Saints

Home Ground
Richard Guelfi Reserve, Delawney Street, Balcatta

Location
Balcatta is a suburb of Perth, located 10 km northwest of Perth’s CBD. It is a primarily middle-class suburb made up of mainly Italian, Greek and Macedonian families, as well as many families from other European countries. It is also one of the largest suburbs in the northern part of the Perth metropolitan area. Much of Balcatta is a commercial and industrial area. Balcatta’s name was derived from the Aboriginal words “Bal” meaning “his” and “Katta” meaning “hill”.

Premierships
1998