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The Western Bulldogs entered the VFL as Footscray in 1925, having won nine premierships in 28 years in the Victorian Football Association. Their only VFL/AFL premiership came in 1954, and they currently have the longest premiership drought of any AFL club. They changed their name to "Western Bulldogs" ahead of the 1997 season.

The Bulldogs have played West Coast 46 times. West Coast leads the head-to head 30-15, with 1 draw coming in Round 11 2003. The two clubs have played off in finals 3 times, with West Coast winning 2 of those games.

18 clashes have been at Subiaco Oval, with West Coast winning 13 to the Bulldogs' 4 (and 1 draw).

7 clashes have been at the WACA, with West Coast winning 6 to the Bulldogs' 1.

9 clashes have been at the Western Oval, with West Coast winning 5 to the Bulldogs' 4.

7 clashes have been at Docklands, with West Coast winning 5 to the Bulldogs 2.

3 clashes have been at the MCG, with the Bulldogs winning 2 to West Coast's 1.

2 clashes have been at Princes Park, with the Bulldogs winning both.


West Coast's biggest win against the Bulldogs was by 123-points in Round 9 2011 at Subiaco (closely followed by a 118-point win at the WACA in Round 13 1991. The Bulldogs's biggest win over the Eagles was by 70 points in the 1998 qualifying final.

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