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Founded in 1898, the East Fremantle Football Club has been the most successful club in Western Australia (and second only to Port Adelaide nationally), winning 29 premierships. The club's most recent flag came in 1998. Known as the "Sharks" and wearing blue and white, the club plays its home games at East Fremantle Oval.

The club's city "zone" includes Perth's inner southern suburbs such as Applecross, Melville, Bicton, Willetton and Canning Vale, while its country zone includes Geraldton, Northampton, Shark Bay and Mt Magnet.

In addition to its success at senior level, East Fremantle has had numerous juniors drafted to the AFL. Players recruited to West Coast include former captain Ben Cousins and fellow premiership players Daniel Kerr, Chris Mainwaring, Michael Brennan, Chris Waterman, Peter Wilson (via Richmond), Chris Masten, Daniel Chick (via Hawthorn), Josh Kennedy (via Carlton), Elliot Yeo (via Brisbane) and Jamie Cripps (via St Kilda).