About Fremantle CBC Amateur Football Club
Fremantle CBC Amateur Football Club (Inc) is one of the oldest and most traditional football clubs in the Amateur League. We were founded in 1936 and naturally survived as a club and became a powerhouse thanks to the reforms of our most loved member the late Tommy Naylor.
Our most recent history involves A Grade, A Reserves and an A Colts Premiership treble in 2000 followed by Grand Final appearances in A Grade in 2001, 2002 and 2003, an A Reserves Premiership in 2014 and also a D Colts Premiership in 2016.
Currently we field six sides every Saturday, along with two all-abilities teams:
- A Grade
- A Reserves
- A Colts
- D Colts
- D1 Grade
- D1 Reserves
We field two all-abilities teams to allow players who have never been able to play Australian Rules Football to compete against others players of similar ability.
As a football club we pride ourselves on the following:
- Providing one of the best football facilities for training and playing.
- Providing chiropractic, physio and massage services.
- Providing trainers who have all completed at least the Level One Trainers Certificate.
- Providing food and water for our Colts after their games.
In 2012, FCBC celebrated our 80th anniversary. To commemorate this memorable occasion, a gala ball was held with some of the legends of our club giving a run down on our history.
We have a lot to be thankful for, from the humble beginnings in 1932 when a bunch of cricketers wanted to keep fit in the off season, using the Fremantle CBC College toilets as change-rooms, the lost years during WWII, the initial success of the 60, the growth during the 70’s and the colts success of the 80’s, the roaring success of the 90’s and 2000’s to the present day.
For all the hardships, the injuries, the victories and the defeats along with the loss and grief we have encountered along the journey, we remain strong, loyal and passionate about our footy and about our beloved football club.