Innaloo Amateur Football Club
Welcome to Innaloo Amateur Football Club
The Innaloo Bulldogs are an Australian Rules Football Club
located in Innaloo, Western Australia.
Our home ground is at Birralee Park, located between Bates Road and Shaw road, Innaloo.
Innaloo Football Club was established in 1969 as an Amateur Football Club, we have played in the Western Australian Amateur Football League for 31 years from 1969 to 2000.
From 2001 to 2006 we played in the Mercantile Football Association before moving across to WAFA for 1 year in 2007.
In 2008 we returned back to the Mercantile Football where we remain now.
Innaloo Football Club has also produced several WAFL and AFL stars such as Matthew 'Spider' Burton and Dwayne Lamb as well as Laurie Keene who played for Innaloo Colts in 1979.
COME DOWN, MEET THE BOYS AND HAVE A KICK AT TRAINING:
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6:30pm - 7:30pm
THE BULLDOGS SONG
GOOD OLD INNALOO FOREVER
WE KNOW HOW TO PLAY THE GAME
SIDE BY SIDE WE STICK TOGETHER
TO UPHOLD THE BULLDOGS NAME
SEE THE BARRACKERS ARE SHOUTING
LIKE ALL BARRACKERS SHOULD
FOR THE PREMIERSHIPS A CAKE-WALK
FOR THE GOOD OLD INNALOO
DID WE WIN??? WE SHIT IT IN
HOW FAR??? BALLS AND ALL
ARE WE GOOD, ARE WE GOOD
ARE ANY F&^$ING GOOD
WE ARE THE BOYS FROM INNALOO
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