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Recorded history of this area dates back to 1629 with the wrecked Dutch ship Batavia and two men being marooned at the mouth of the Murchison River.

The club was established in 1961 via a merger of two Northampton sides, Northampton Towns and Northampton Rovers.

Northampton Rams

Home Ground
Northampton Football Oval, Harvey Road, Northampton

Northampton is a town in the Mid West region of WA, located 480 km northwest of Perth and 52 km north of Geraldton. The town lies on the North West Coastal Highway. Originally called The Mines, Northampton was gazetted in 1864 and named after the colony’s Governor, John Hampton. It is the service town to the micronation, the Principality of Hutt River.

1967-68, 1977-78-79, 2004