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The Hamersley Carine Amateur Football Club (HCAFC) was established in 1974 and was originally based at Aintree Reserve in Hamersley. In the late 1980s, the Club relocated to Beach Oval in Carine where it has become a major sporting club in the local community over more than three decades.


HCAFC has enjoyed significant success in the past two decades in the WA Amateur Football League (WAAFL) winning 15 Premierships, with six of those Flags being won by the Club’s senior league side. In 2021, the club won its first Women's premiership in its inaugural season and also its first ever Colts premiership. 


HCAFC has strong community partnerships with local businesses and has a long-term vision to be financially sustainable and develop local football talent.  The Club has worked hard to provide opportunities for local youths to further their football skills and to develop into young men who take pride in being an active member of their local community.


In 2006, HCAFC was named WAAFL Champion Club for winning both the B-grade league and reserves grand finals and for its thirds team making a grand final. 


The Club also won the B-grade league grand final in 2011 and in 2015, when the league side came from fifth on the ladder to win the Premiership. The Club was named Subiaco Football Club’s coveted Subiaco District Championship Club in both 2006 and 2015.


HCAFC has a fantastic and loyal membership with more than 150 active players and more than 200 social members and volunteers who ensure the Club’s ongoing success and development as an important member of the local community.


With its strong membership and more than 1,000 followers across its social media platforms, the Club continues to look for ways to engage with other local sporting clubs, schools, local businesses and the local council to make a positive and significant impact on our community.

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