Bayswater City SC
|Full name||Bayswater City Soccer Club|
|Ground||Frank Drago Reserve|
|League||NPL Western Australia|
|Website||Club home page|
The club in its current form was formed as a result of a merger in 1980 between Lathlain Meazza (formed 1973) and Rosemount Juventus (formed 1978) becoming Rosemount Meazza. In 1981 Rosemount Meazza merged with Bayswater United (formed 1963), becoming Bayswater Inter. In 1995 Baywater Inter changed their name to Bayswater City. In 1995 Bayswater City merged with Stirling Panthers to become Bayswater City Panthers. This merger lasted until 2003 when the name Bayswater City returned. Bayswater City won the 2014 National Premier Leagues WA title.
The club plays home matches at Frank Drago Reserve.
As of July 2014
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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