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Fremantle Football Club
Abbreviation
FRE
Formed
1994
Colours
Purple and white
Emblem
Dockers
Website
www.fremantlefc.com.au
Current Coach
Current Captain
Rival(s)
West Coast
Current Affiliation
AFL 1995-present
AFL Premierships
0
Most Games
Most Goals
League Top Goalkickers
Nil
Brownlow Medalists
Nil
Guernsey
Motto
Home Ground
Subiaco Oval
Chairman
Steve Harris

The Fremantle Football Club was formed in 1994 as the second West Australian club to join the Australian Football League. Fremantle have struggled since their inception, taking nine years to make the finals for the first time and more than a decade to win a final, and although they have improved to be a genuine premiership threat in recent times the Dockers are yet to win a flag.

PremiersEdit

Nil

2015 Playing ListEdit

1. Hayden Ballantyne
2. Anthony Morabito
3. Zac Dawson
4. Colin Sylvia
5. Garrick Ibbotson
6. Danyle Pearce
7. Nathan Fyfe
8. Nic Suban
9. Matt De Boer
10. Michael Walters
11. Tom Sheridan
12. Jonathon Griffin
13. Tendai Mzungu
14. Lachie Weller
15. Ryan Crowley
16. David Mundy
17. Hayden Crozier
18. Luke McPharlin
19. Connor Blakely
20. Matt Taberner
21. Michael Barlow
22. Tanner Smith
23. Chris Mayne
24. Max Duffy
25. Alex Pearce
26. Ed Langdon
27. Lachie Neale
28. Brady Grey
29. Matthew Pavlich
30. Zac Clarke
31. Aaron Sandilands
32. Stephen Hill
33. Cameron Sutcliffe
34. Lee Spurr
35. Michael Apeness
36. Alex Silvagni
37. Michael Johnson
38. Jack Hannath
39. Josh Deluca-Cardillo
40. Craig Moller
41. Paul Duffield
42. Ethan Hughes
43. Tom Vandeleur
44. Jacob Ballard
45. Sean Hurley
46. Clancee Pearce

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