Did you know?

Did you know that 1 in every 5 football players in WA is female?  There was an 80% increase in female football participants in WA, with over 33,000 players across schools, junior football, and senior football.

The WA Football Commission, the East Fremantle District, and the Booragoon Bulldogs are serious about getting Junior Girls Football up and running in East Freo.

2015 Junior Girls

In 2015 the Booragoon Bulldogs will have all-girls teams enter in football competition played across the East Fremantle and South Fremantle Districts. Please talk to your daughters and friends and let them know about this exciting innovation at BJFC.

Games for Year 3-6 girls will be modified rules, using smaller teams on shorter grounds to maximise participation, skills development, and fun.  Games will be on a Sunday morning.

See our 2015 Season flyer.

Please contact Anthony Doig (president@booragoonbulldogs.com.au) or Leigh Wardell-Johnson (coaching@booragoonbulldogs.com.au) for more information.

Girls Football is Taking Off!!

Did you know that in 2014 there were over 33,500 female football players in WA, and 2,500 down the road in the Peel District. See http://www.wafootball.com.au/development/players/female.

Here is a great video from the South Metro Junior Football League in Victoria, which has a huge Junior Girls competition.

Get on board with girls footy, it’s getting bigger every year, and the Booragoon Bulldogs are leading the way in the East Fremantle District.

Stacey a Real Bulldog

Great story about Stacey Collier from the Booragoon Bulldogs.
Stacey a Real Bulldog

STACEY Collier does not shirk from a contest on the football field.

The Booragoon Bulldogs Junior Football Club player is not afraid to mix it with the boys and loves nothing more than winning a possession through congestion.

Stacey (11) has been playing Australian rules for the past five years and hopes to climb up the ranks to the WA Youth Girls 16s team in 2016.

Read the full article here.