Curren's Injury Blow

Friday, February 1, 2019 - 11:50 AM

Pre-season training is always a gruelling experience, none more so than for Tom Curren who suffered a freak accident just prior to the Christmas break. Whilst competing for a loose ball, Tom made awkward contact with an opponent and suffered a neck injury in the process. Rushed to hospital due to the nature of the contact it was discovered that he sustained a fracture to his upper cervical spine. Thankfully there was no extended damage however Read More [+]

Colts Apparel Branding Opportunity

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 12:27 PM

We are currently looking for sponsors to fill our colts playing jumpers. This is a great opportunity for your company to increase your brand awareness, whilst also supporting your local WAFL club’s talent pathway.

Apparel branding can give your company significant exposure, not only through the club’s channels but through external media. Photos, videos & articles regarding the club have been published in a variety of online Read More [+]


Wednesday, January 16, 2019 - 1:04 PM

The Claremont Football Club has entered the most exciting chapter of its 92-year history.

After our first full season back at our traditional home on Davies Road, we are now the envy of the Western Australian state level sporting landscape. Our new state-of-the-art building is at the heart of the ‘Claremont on the Park’ precinct offering superb viewing and social facilities for Tiger fans on match days and other functions and events alike. With the Read More [+]

Meet Our Senior Coaches For 2019

Thursday, December 20, 2018 - 3:31 PM

With many of our assistant coaches moving on at the end of the 2018 season, the Club would like to introduce our 2019 coaching staff. 

Player Development: Simon Nimmo
Former Claremont player, Simon Nimmo, returns to the Club in 2019. Simon played 104 games during his 7 seasons at Tigerland. He will be helping out with player developement in 2019.
Reserves Coach: Brayden Duckworth
Wanneroo Amateur Football Read More [+]

Notice Of Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 - 4:15 PM

Members are advised that the Annual General Meeting will be held at the Claremont Football Club, 3 Davies Road, Claremont on Thursday 13th December 2018 (tomorrow) commencing at 6.00pm.

Please follow the links below to read the attached documents.

2017 AGM Minutes

AGM Agenda 

CFC Constitution 

2018 Annual Report

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Country Zoned Players Seeking Accommodation For 2019 Season

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 2:10 PM

Each season a number of talented footballers make the journey from our Kimberley and Great Southern Zones to Perth to represent the Claremont Football Club.

Many of these players are 17-18-years-old and are leaving their family homes for the first time, seeking employment and accommodation as they pursue their footballing dreams.

I would like to reach out to all members of the ‘Claremont Family’ and ask those in a position to assist these players in Read More [+]

Nomination Forms: CFC Directors

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 - 2:09 PM
Dear Members,

In accordance with the Claremont Football Club Constitution and Rules, nominations are hereby called for the following positions:
3 x Directors (2 year term)
Nomination Forms are available from the Claremont Football Club Office by phoning 08 9384 9200 or emailing
Nomination forms can also be downloaded here: CFC Nomination Form
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A Message From Our New CEO

Friday, October 19, 2018 - 4:19 PM

Dear Members and Supporters,

Nearly 20 years ago I rolled through the doors on Davies Road for a crack at Colts footy, and whilst my playing career with the Tigers might not have been quite as long and illustrious as my predecessor, I certainly aim to emulate his contribution to the club off field. After spending the last 6 years in talent development and football administration at Claremont, I am extremely excited to be given Read More [+]

Bolton caps brilliant 2018 with Claremont fairest and best

Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 3:05 PM - by Chris Pike

IT is hard to imagine that Jye Bolton could have possibly done anymore to lead Claremont from the front in 2018 and the dual Sandover Medallist capped his brilliant season with a second EB Cook Medal as well.

Bolton was in his third season in the WAFL with Claremont since he crossed from VFL club Werribee and while he hasn’t quite been able to achieve the team success he craves, it's hard to imagine the three years could have gone too much better from an individual standpoint.

Bolton arrived at Claremont in 2016 and had a stunning first season playing for the WAFL State Team, winning the Simpson Medal and then finishing the season with both the Sandover Medal and Cook Medal as Claremont's fairest and best winner.

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The Tigers in 2018

Friday, September 21, 2018 - 9:17 AM

By Darcy Coffey

With our senior teams bowing out in the last couple of weeks of the year we bring a close to the 2018 season. A blistering start to the reserves preliminary final on Sunday raised hopes of a second grand final appearance in 3 years for our developing Tigers however a powerful Subiaco outfit was able to take control of the game from the mid-way point of the opening quarter and run away Read More [+]