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About
The Warners Bay Australian Football Club is one of the region’s foundation clubs and enjoys a long and proud history of success.

Origins of the club commenced back in 1974 when John McKeown (our founder) entered an under-17 team in the Newcastle Australian Football League (the NAFL later became part of the Black Diamond Football League, one of the oldest Australian Football competitions in the country).

After winning the flag in 1974 the Bulldogs have won many more premierships in both senior junior grades. At Warners Bay we are committed to playing football for the BULLDOGS and for the love of AFL.

The Warners Bay footy club provides a fun and safe environment for EVERYONE from 5 to 40 (or more) years of age. We encourage children and parents of all ages to get involved.

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Home Ground
Feighan Oval, Seaman Avenue, Warners Bay

Location
Warners Bay is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, located 15 km from Newcastle’s CBD on the eastern side of Lake Macquarie. It was named after Jonathan Warner, who settled the area.

Premierships
1984, 1988, 1990–91-92-93