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The South Fremantle Football Club was founded in 1900 as a replacement for the defunct Fremantle (formerly Unions) Football Club which had got itself into financial strife. The club has won 13 premierships, the most recent of which came in 2009. Known as the "Bulldogs" and wearing red and white, the club plays its home games at Fremantle Oval.

The club's city "zone" includes Perth's soutern suburbs such as Hamilton Hill, Cockburn, Kwinana, Jandakot, Armadale and Kelmscott, while its country zone includes Katanning, Narrogin, Wagin and Williams as well as Exmouth and Carnarvon.

South Fremantle had a strong representation in the Eagles' premiership sides of the 1990s, including captain John Worsfold, Peter Matera, Glen Jakovich, Peter Sumich and David Hart. Other players to be recruited from the Bulldogs include small forwards Phil Matera and Ashley Sampi.

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