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2020 Fixtures Coming Soon

After a hugely successful 2019 season we are back and ready for 2020.

Registrations are now open and filling fast for the upcoming season. Register below.

2020 Membership

Welcome back members and a huge welcome to new members.


New players are very welcome into the club – the “Tigers” community. Growing and maintaining a strong club helps build a firm grounding for our young players. We do our best to make football fun and friendly, while promoting fitness and skill finesse. We aim to develop our players both in their football and as young people.

Children can begin their football careers with the Claremont Tigers from as young as Pre-Primary age through to Year 2 (for Auskick) and from Year 3 through to Year 7 (Junior Football) and from Year 8 through to Year 10 (Youth Football).

For Girls – we offer Auskick from Pre-Primary through to Year 2 and Competitions for Years 3 /4 (combined) , Yr 5/6 Yr 7/8 and Yrs 9-12.  Now in our 4th year, Claremont Tigers is one of the few local clubs in the area who field junior and youth girls’ teams.

Playing season starts in April/May through to August every year. Pre-season training beginning for older age groups in March.


Latest News

Registration Day

Everyone welcome to join for the main registration day for 2020. Bouncy castle; Footy kicking competitions; Mouthguard fittings provided by our sponsor Bayview Dental Clinic.

Keep your eye out for more details.

Optus WAFL Womens competition
confirmed for 2019

A new West Australian Football League Women’s (WAFLW) competition will kick off in 2019, with five teams to compete in the inaugural Optus WAFLW Premiership Season.

East Fremantle, Claremont, Peel Thunder, Subiaco and Swan Districts will each field a WAFLW team in 2019, with South Fremantle receiving a provisional license for 2020.

About The Tigers

Claremont Junior Football Club was established in 1960.

In the years prior to the club’s formation, local boys played in the Temperance League under the banner of the “Claremont Cobblers”.