Subiaco AFC

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Subiaco AFC
Subiaco AFC logo.jpg
Full name Subiaco AFC
Founded 1909
Ground Rosalie Park
Ground Capacity 250
Manager Ian McMurray
League NPL Western Australia
2017 8th

Subiaco AFC is a soccer club based in the city of Subiaco, Western Australia. They play their games at Rosalie Park.[1] They are considered one of the biggest footballing teams in the state by numbers with 60 junior teams and 15 senior teams participating in Football West competitions.

History[edit]

Subiaco City was founded in 1909 and Subiaco United in 1984. The current club was formed in 2009 after the two clubs merged. The club wears maroon, white and gold, the traditional colours of Subiaco and those of A.S. Roma, the Serie A team closest to the Italian city of Subiaco.[2][3][4]

Current squad[edit]

As of 16 February 2017[5]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Australia Alex Triglavcanin
Australia Alex Castielo
Australia Carlin Feely
Australia Rory Feely
Australia Dylan Andrews
Australia Ger Fitzgerald
Australia Hamish Blanchard
Australia Henock Butshiire
Australia Ian McMurray
Australia John Lockhart
No. Position Player
Australia Jonas Dorling
Australia Jordan Candlish
Australia Kevin Castle
Australia Michael Lawson
Australia Nathan Smith
Australia David Perisch
Australia Owen Coates
Australia Ross Jarman
Australia Ryan Montgomery (c)
Australia Stefan Hill

Seasons[edit]

Season League Statewide Cup FFA Cup
Name (national level) Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Position Western Australia Finals NPL Finals
2014 NPL WA (2) 22 4 2 16 26 55 −29 14 11th DNQ DNQ Semi Finals DNQ
2015 NPL WA (2) 22 6 2 14 27 36 −9 20 9th Did Not Apply DNQ Quarter Finals DNQ
2016 NPL WA (2) 22 5 2 15 20 53 −33 17 12th DNQ DNQ Fourth Round DNQ

Competition[edit]

The men's first team currently participates in the top tier of Western Australian soccer in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia competition.[6] The women's first team currently participates in the Football West Smarter than Smoking Women's League Premier Division,[7] the highest ranked amateur women's football competition in the state. The junior teams often participate in the highest ranked junior competitions in the state, though this is dependent on individual years

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.footballwest.com.au/clubs/subiaco-afc/
  2. ^ "Colours". Subiaco AFC. Retrieved 29 August 2013. 
  3. ^ "Our History". Subiaco AFC. Retrieved 29 August 2013. 
  4. ^ "About Subiaco AFC". Subiaco AFC. Retrieved 29 August 2013. 
  5. ^ "National Premier Leagues Season Preview". Football West. 16 February 2017. Retrieved 17 February 2017. 
  6. ^ "Glory receive development boost via NPL". The West Australian. Retrieved 29 August 2013. State League Division Two club Subiaco were granted entry and have committed to playing home games at the WA Athletics Stadium, which opened in 2009. 
  7. ^ http://football.resultsvault.com/common/pages/public/rv/ladder.aspx?entityid=8886&seasonid=66&gradeid=447