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A West Coast Eagles side will join the AFL Women's competition in 2020.

AFLW historyEdit

The first national women's league commenced in 2017 with eight sides. Fremantle's bid for the sole available WA license was accepted ahead of the Eagles' bid. The league expanded to ten teams in 2019 and will add another four teams, including West Coast, in 2020.

2020 squadEdit

# Player Ht Wt DOB From
Ashlee Atkins 165 69 2/4/93 Fremantle/East Fremantle
Kate Bartlett 173 11/6/99 Western Bulldogs/Peel Thunderbirds
Emily Bonser 162 27/10/95 Claremont/Swan Districts
Mikayla Bowen 162 Swan Districts/Helena College
Hayley Bullas Essendon VFLW/RMIT Redbacks
Mhicca Carter 170 64 23/3/90 Western Force
Melissa Caulfield 167 29/5/88 Fremantle/East Fremantle
Maddy Collier 165 14/9/95 GWS Giants/UNSW-Eastern Suburbs
Cassie Davidson 166 6/10/96 Fremantle/East Fremantle
Rosie Deegan Subiaco/Sacred Heart College
Beatrice Devlyn 178 8/2/98 Subiaco/Jandakot JFC
McKenzie Dowrick 172 7/3/00 Brisbane/Subiaco
Kellie Gibson 170 65 9/6/96 Fremantle//Adelaide/Swan Districts
Brianna Green 161 20/11/96 Fremantle/East Fremantle
Courtney Guard 168 26/9/91 Fremantle/Subiaco
Ashton Hill 170 12/10/95 East Fremantle/West Perth
Dana Hooker 171 23/1/91 Fremantle/Coastal Titans
Alicia Janz 177 25/5/90 Fremantle/Swan Districts
Grace Kelly County Mayo, Ireland
Niamh Kelly County Mayo, Ireland
Parris Laurie 178 19/12/94 Fremantle/Claremont
Sophie McDonald 178 6/8/00 Claremont/Albany JFC
Emily McGuire 174 12/1/99 Swan Districts
Danika Pisconeri 182 23/6/91 Subiaco/Waroona JFC
Belinda Smith 165 1/6/95 Western Bulldogs/Fremantle/East Fremantle
Emma Swanson 173 27/2/95 GWS Giants/East Fremantle/Peel
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