Camden Senior Australian Football Club was re-established in 1996, and up until 2007 played in the South Coast AFL. The club was known as Camden Power and played at the Kirkham Park ground.
The club successfully applied to join the Sydney AFL competition in 2008 fielding sides in 2nd and 4th Division. The change in competition necessitated a change in name to the Camden Cats and a change in playing strip.
Each year in the AFL Sydney competition the club has steadily improved its playing strength and improved on-field results.
We welcome players from all walks of life and levels of sporting ability. A number of our players have joined the club from other sporting codes to try their hand at Australian Rules Football.
Fairfax Reserve, Harrington Park
Harrington Park is a suburb of the Macarthur Region of Sydney, in Camden Council. Camden is a historic suburb of Sydney, located 65 km southwest of the Sydney CBD. It was named by John Macarthur, father of the Australian wool industry, after Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, Lord Camden.