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Beginnings: The West Coast Eagles Football Club is one of the 16 Australian rules football clubs competing in the Australian Football League. The club, based at Subiaco Oval in Perth, Western Australia, was formed in August 1986.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 43,027 at Subiaco Oval in round 22, 30 August 2003
  • * Most Games: 276 by Glen Jakovich
  • * Largest Finals Crowd: 97,431 for the 2006 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
6 West Coast 22 16 6 0 2181 1678 130.0 64

Shuey "pumped" for International Rules Series

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Luke Shuey is pumped to play in the upcoming International Rules Series

Luke Shuey will live out a childhood dream when he pulls on the green and gold in the upcoming Virgin Australia International Rules Series.

Shuey was one of six players added to Australia’s squad yesterday. He was picked on the back of earning selection in the 2016 Virgin Australia all-Australian squad.

The Eagles joint vice-captain said he was looking forward to taking on Ireland in the two-test series, which kicks off in Adelaide on November 12.

“The criteria has been that you have to have been an all-Australian in the last few years and I thought that was still the case,” Shuey said.

“I wasn’t going to remind them I wasn’t all-Australian; I was hoping it had just slipped through the cracks.

“It was an opportunity I couldn’t really say no to. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. I’m pumped to get...


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Shuey "pumped" for International Rules Series

AFL 2016 Training - West Coast Eagles 010816

Luke Shuey is pumped to play in the upcoming International Rules Series

Luke Shuey will live out a childhood dream when he pulls on the green and gold in the upcoming Virgin Australia International Rules Series.

Shuey was one of six players added to Australia’s squad yesterday. He was picked on the back of earning selection in the 2016 Virgin Australia all-Australian squad.

The Eagles joint vice-captain said he was looking forward to taking on Ireland in the two-test series, which kicks off in Adelaide on November 12.

“The criteria has been that you have to have been an all-Australian in the last few years and I thought that was still the case,” Shuey said.

“I wasn’t going to remind them I wasn’t all-Australian; I was hoping it had just slipped through the cracks.

“It was an opportunity I couldn’t really say no to. It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. I’m pumped to get...


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Eagles up for the challenge

Every draw is difficult now: Nisbett West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett reacts to the 2018 home-and-away fixtures

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Trevor Nisbett addresses the media earlier today

West Coast chief executive Trevor Nisbett says the Eagles are eager to tackle a challenging draw following the unveiling of the AFL’s 2018 fixture earlier today.

View West Coast's 2018 fixture here

Nisbett said he was excited to see how West Coast would fare against some of its biggest foes at the new Perth Stadium next year.

The Eagles kick-off their season against archenemies Sydney on Sunday, March 25 and will play host to a long list of premiership contenders at Western Australia’s new home of football.

“Every draw is a difficult draw now,” Nisbett said.

“I don’t think there is any team that you could mark down and say, ‘Look, we might have the wood on them’. You can’t anymore. I think the competition...


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Eagles up for the challenge

Every draw is difficult now: Nisbett West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett reacts to the 2018 home-and-away fixtures

NizDraw portrait.jpg

Trevor Nisbett addresses the media earlier today

West Coast chief executive Trevor Nisbett says the Eagles are eager to tackle a challenging draw following the unveiling of the AFL’s 2018 fixture earlier today.

View West Coast's 2018 fixture here

Nisbett said he was excited to see how West Coast would fare against some of its biggest foes at the new Perth Stadium next year.

The Eagles kick-off their season against archenemies Sydney on Sunday, March 25 and will play host to a long list of premiership contenders at Western Australia’s new home of football.

“Every draw is a difficult draw now,” Nisbett said.

“I don’t think there is any team that you could mark down and say, ‘Look, we might have the wood on them’. You can’t anymore. I think the competition...


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Eagles up for the challenge

Every draw is difficult now: Nisbett West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett reacts to the 2018 home-and-away fixtures

NizDraw portrait.jpg

Trevor Nisbett addresses the media earlier today

West Coast chief executive Trevor Nisbett says the Eagles are eager to tackle a challenging draw following the unveiling of the AFL’s 2018 fixture earlier today.

View West Coast's 2018 fixture here

Nisbett said he was excited to see how West Coast would fare against some of its biggest foes at the new Perth Stadium next year.

The Eagles kick-off their season against archenemies Sydney on Sunday, March 25 and will play host to a long list of premiership contenders at Western Australia’s new home of football.

“Every draw is a difficult draw now,” Nisbett said.

“I don’t think there is any team that you could mark down and say, ‘Look, we might have the wood on them’. You can’t anymore. I think the competition...


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Eagles up for the challenge

Every draw is difficult now: Nisbett West Coast Eagles chief executive Trevor Nisbett reacts to the 2018 home-and-away fixtures

NizDraw portrait.jpg

Trevor Nisbett addresses the media earlier today

West Coast chief executive Trevor Nisbett says the Eagles are eager to tackle a challenging draw following the unveiling of the AFL’s 2018 fixture earlier today.

View West Coast's 2018 fixture here

Nisbett said he was excited to see how West Coast would fare against some of its biggest foes at the new Perth Stadium next year.

The Eagles kick-off their season against archenemies Sydney on Sunday, March 25 and will play host to a long list of premiership contenders at Western Australia’s new home of football.

“Every draw is a difficult draw now,” Nisbett said.

“I don’t think there is any team that you could mark down and say, ‘Look, we might have the wood on them’. You can’t anymore. I think the competition...


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2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

As the only back-to-back all-Australian in this year's draft crop, Sam Hayes is one of the best-credentialed players available.

Hayes was selected for Vic Metro as a bottom-ager last year, and was named in the team of the under-18 carnival after some impressive showings in the ruck. One game he also chipped in with three goals in a promising display.

He followed that this season to be named as the standout ruckman in the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, when he averaged 15 disposals and 16 hit-outs over the four games. His numbers also stacked up well in the TAC Cup, when he averaged 16 disposals (10 contested), five marks and 25 hit-outs.

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Tim English set the bar pretty high last year in terms of ruckmen having an influence around the ground, but Hayes might have upped it this year. The 202cm prospect has very good skills for a player his size and is able to contribute around the...


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2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

As the only back-to-back all-Australian in this year's draft crop, Sam Hayes is one of the best-credentialed players available.

Hayes was selected for Vic Metro as a bottom-ager last year, and was named in the team of the under-18 carnival after some impressive showings in the ruck. One game he also chipped in with three goals in a promising display.

He followed that this season to be named as the standout ruckman in the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, when he averaged 15 disposals and 16 hit-outs over the four games. His numbers also stacked up well in the TAC Cup, when he averaged 16 disposals (10 contested), five marks and 25 hit-outs.

WhyTheyShouldPickHimv2.jpg

Tim English set the bar pretty high last year in terms of ruckmen having an influence around the ground, but Hayes might have upped it this year. The 202cm prospect has very good skills for a player his size and is able to contribute around the...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

As the only back-to-back all-Australian in this year's draft crop, Sam Hayes is one of the best-credentialed players available.

Hayes was selected for Vic Metro as a bottom-ager last year, and was named in the team of the under-18 carnival after some impressive showings in the ruck. One game he also chipped in with three goals in a promising display.

He followed that this season to be named as the standout ruckman in the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, when he averaged 15 disposals and 16 hit-outs over the four games. His numbers also stacked up well in the TAC Cup, when he averaged 16 disposals (10 contested), five marks and 25 hit-outs.

WhyTheyShouldPickHimv2.jpg

Tim English set the bar pretty high last year in terms of ruckmen having an influence around the ground, but Hayes might have upped it this year. The 202cm prospect has very good skills for a player his size and is able to contribute around the...


Read full article on AFL WestCoastEagles AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

As the only back-to-back all-Australian in this year's draft crop, Sam Hayes is one of the best-credentialed players available.

Hayes was selected for Vic Metro as a bottom-ager last year, and was named in the team of the under-18 carnival after some impressive showings in the ruck. One game he also chipped in with three goals in a promising display.

He followed that this season to be named as the standout ruckman in the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, when he averaged 15 disposals and 16 hit-outs over the four games. His numbers also stacked up well in the TAC Cup, when he averaged 16 disposals (10 contested), five marks and 25 hit-outs.

WhyTheyShouldPickHimv2.jpg

Tim English set the bar pretty high last year in terms of ruckmen having an influence around the ground, but Hayes might have upped it this year. The 202cm prospect has very good skills for a player his size and is able to contribute around the...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Sam Hayes

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish The classy father-son prospect is likely to cost Richmond a first-round pick.

AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v Allies

Patrick Naish offers something a little different to this year's group of midfield prospects

When Patrick Naish first started training with Richmond as a potential father-son prospect two years ago, he was overawed by standing next to Dustin Martin and having a kick with Trent Cotchin.

That feeling has slowly worn away, but there is still a spring in his step when he walks through the doors at Punt Road Oval. Soon his presence there could be a permanent thing. 

The Tigers have first call on the midfielder, who is the son of former Richmond forward Chris Naish, who played 143 games with the club between 1990-97 (before 18 games with Port Adelaide). 

As the leading father-son draft candidate this year, Naish pieced together a consistent and exciting under-18 campaign, playing...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish The classy father-son prospect is likely to cost Richmond a first-round pick.

AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v Allies

Patrick Naish offers something a little different to this year's group of midfield prospects

When Patrick Naish first started training with Richmond as a potential father-son prospect two years ago, he was overawed by standing next to Dustin Martin and having a kick with Trent Cotchin.

That feeling has slowly worn away, but there is still a spring in his step when he walks through the doors at Punt Road Oval. Soon his presence there could be a permanent thing. 

The Tigers have first call on the midfielder, who is the son of former Richmond forward Chris Naish, who played 143 games with the club between 1990-97 (before 18 games with Port Adelaide). 

As the leading father-son draft candidate this year, Naish pieced together a consistent and exciting under-18 campaign, playing...


Read full article on AFL WestCoastEagles AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish The classy father-son prospect is likely to cost Richmond a first-round pick.

AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v Allies

Patrick Naish offers something a little different to this year's group of midfield prospects

When Patrick Naish first started training with Richmond as a potential father-son prospect two years ago, he was overawed by standing next to Dustin Martin and having a kick with Trent Cotchin.

That feeling has slowly worn away, but there is still a spring in his step when he walks through the doors at Punt Road Oval. Soon his presence there could be a permanent thing. 

The Tigers have first call on the midfielder, who is the son of former Richmond forward Chris Naish, who played 143 games with the club between 1990-97 (before 18 games with Port Adelaide). 

As the leading father-son draft candidate this year, Naish pieced together a consistent and exciting under-18 campaign, playing...


Read full article on AFL WestCoastEagles AFLComAu


Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish The classy father-son prospect is likely to cost Richmond a first-round pick.

AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v Allies

Patrick Naish offers something a little different to this year's group of midfield prospects

When Patrick Naish first started training with Richmond as a potential father-son prospect two years ago, he was overawed by standing next to Dustin Martin and having a kick with Trent Cotchin.

That feeling has slowly worn away, but there is still a spring in his step when he walks through the doors at Punt Road Oval. Soon his presence there could be a permanent thing. 

The Tigers have first call on the midfielder, who is the son of former Richmond forward Chris Naish, who played 143 games with the club between 1990-97 (before 18 games with Port Adelaide). 

As the leading father-son draft candidate this year, Naish pieced together a consistent and exciting under-18 campaign, playing...


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Read more: 2017 Draft Guns: Patrick Naish

Eagles enter new era

The West Coast Eagles will venture into a new era for the club by modernising its logo and playing uniform.

The logo that the club has featured since 2000 has undergone an extensive review in the last 12 months, with the result being a bold new eagle that will also sit prominently on the front of a re-vamped guernsey.

The decision to implement the logo change comes as the Eagles prepare to usher in football at its new home at the Perth Stadium as well as relocate from its traditional Subiaco Oval base to a modern training and administration facility at Lathlain Park.

Progress is being made at the Lathlain Park Redevelopment, with two ovals already in operation and the club is expected to move sometime in the early part of 2019.

In making the transition from the logo that has been the centrepiece of the club’s identity for the last 17 years, West Coast staff spent countless hours...


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Eagles enter new era

The West Coast Eagles will venture into a new era for the club by modernising its logo and playing uniform.

The logo that the club has featured since 2000 has undergone an extensive review in the last 12 months, with the result being a bold new eagle that will also sit prominently on the front of a re-vamped guernsey.

The decision to implement the logo change comes as the Eagles prepare to usher in football at its new home at the Perth Stadium as well as relocate from its traditional Subiaco Oval base to a modern training and administration facility at Lathlain Park.

Progress is being made at the Lathlain Park Redevelopment, with two ovals already in operation and the club is expected to move sometime in the early part of 2019.

In making the transition from the logo that has been the centrepiece of the club’s identity for the last 17 years, West Coast staff spent countless hours...


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Read more: Eagles enter new era

Eagles enter new era

The West Coast Eagles will venture into a new era for the club by modernising its logo and playing uniform.

The logo that the club has featured since 2000 has undergone an extensive review in the last 12 months, with the result being a bold new eagle that will also sit prominently on the front of a re-vamped guernsey.

The decision to implement the logo change comes as the Eagles prepare to usher in football at its new home at the Perth Stadium as well as relocate from its traditional Subiaco Oval base to a modern training and administration facility at Lathlain Park.

Progress is being made at the Lathlain Park Redevelopment, with two ovals already in operation and the club is expected to move sometime in the early part of 2019.

In making the transition from the logo that has been the centrepiece of the club’s identity for the last 17 years, West Coast staff spent countless hours...


Read full article on AFL WestCoastEagles AFLComAu


Read more: Eagles enter new era

Eagles enter new era

The West Coast Eagles will venture into a new era for the club by modernising its logo and playing uniform.

The logo that the club has featured since 2000 has undergone an extensive review in the last 12 months, with the result being a bold new eagle that will also sit prominently on the front of a re-vamped guernsey.

The decision to implement the logo change comes as the Eagles prepare to usher in football at its new home at the Perth Stadium as well as relocate from its traditional Subiaco Oval base to a modern training and administration facility at Lathlain Park.

Progress is being made at the Lathlain Park Redevelopment, with two ovals already in operation and the club is expected to move sometime in the early part of 2019.

In making the transition from the logo that has been the centrepiece of the club’s identity for the last 17 years, West Coast staff spent countless hours...


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Van Berlo eager to start with Eagles

AFL 2015 Rd 22 - Adelaide v West Coast

Nathan van Berlo cannot wait to start working with West Coast's midfield group

Nathan van Berlo says his move to the West Coast Eagles all started with a cold call from his West Australian under-18s coach.

The former Adelaide Crows captain said his mind started to wander when Eagles head of development Gavin Bell's name flashed up on his mobile about a fortnight ago.

“Out of the blue I got a phone call just over two weeks ago from my old under 18s coach who is now the head of development at West Coast and we’ve just kept in touch over the years,” van Berlo revealed.

“He said he wanted to catch up and have a discussion about a potential role at West Coast. I’ve always been open to having discussions and seeing what opportunities might be out there.

“One thing led to another and in the end we decided to go down the path of moving over back to Perth and taking up a role at West...


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Van Berlo eager to start with Eagles

AFL 2015 Rd 22 - Adelaide v West Coast

Nathan van Berlo cannot wait to start working with West Coast's midfield group

Nathan van Berlo says his move to the West Coast Eagles all started with a cold call from his West Australian under-18s coach.

The former Adelaide Crows captain said his mind started to wander when Eagles head of development Gavin Bell's name flashed up on his mobile about a fortnight ago.

“Out of the blue I got a phone call just over two weeks ago from my old under 18s coach who is now the head of development at West Coast and we’ve just kept in touch over the years,” van Berlo revealed.

“He said he wanted to catch up and have a discussion about a potential role at West Coast. I’ve always been open to having discussions and seeing what opportunities might be out there.

“One thing led to another and in the end we decided to go down the path of moving over back to Perth and taking up a role at West...


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