Gibson Tigers
Established in 1956, playing in the Esperance District Football Association, Gibson has always had a strong supporter and sponsor base, a healthy seniors division and juniors coming up through the ranks.

Gibson has laid the groundwork for some talented footballers that played in the WAFL and AFL, including Murray Rance, Don Langsford, Brian Kerr, Murray Scheer, Phil Montgomerie, Scott Meadows and Quinten Lynch.

Keep an eye on our juniors as you never know who will end up playing professionally in years to come! New and old players and supporters are always welcome to our club.

Gibson Tigers

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Home Ground
Gibson Oval, Starr Street, Gibson

Gibson is a small town in southeastern WA, located 719 km east-southeast of Perth and 25 km north of Esperance. It was named by surveyor A. W. Canning after a man who discovered the soak whilst searching for stock. It is served by a station on the Westnet railway network, and is also the site of the Esperance Airport.

1956, 1979-80-81-82, 1984-85-86, 1989-90-91-92, 2002, 2006, 2008