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The Freemantle Dockers was officially admitted into the AFL in 1995, when it became the second AFL side from Western Australia. Prior to this Fremantle, located at the entrance to the majestic Swan River, has a long involvement in Australian rules football and held the very first game in Western Australia in 1881.

Prior to AFL, the East Freemantle and South Freemantle clubs, who eventually merged to form the Freemantle Dockers, reigned supreme in the West Australian Football League, winning 24 of the first 34 Grand Final matches. The sides began negotiations in 1987 to become a VFL side as a merged club, however, this wasn’t possible until the end of the 1992 season because of the exclusive rights granted to the West Coast Eagles. After long negotiations, in late 1993 the AFL announced that a new Fremantle based team would be admitted into the league in 1995. In mid-1994 the side’s colors green, purple, red and white as well as the names Fremantle Football Club and Fremantle Dockers were released.

Freemantle’s first training session was held on 31 October 1994 at Fremantle Oval, and first AFL game was played against Richmond who defeated the new side at the MCG on 1 April 1995.

The club first made the finals in 2003, however were defeated by Essendon. Subsequently, in 2006, the side finished their season with a club record of nine straight wins and entered the finals in third place. Unfortunately, they lost to both Adelaide and Sydney, however recorded 15 wins for the season, another club record.

In 2010 Freemantle made the finals again, finishing sixth in the regular season. They won the home final against Hawthorn by 30 points, however went on to be defeated by Geelong in the semifinal by 69 points.

After placing seventh, Freemantle again made the finals in 2012. They beat Geelong at the MCG by 16 points, signifying their first ever finals win in an away game, however subsequently lost to Adelaide in the following final match.

In 2013, Fremantle played in the club’s first grant final match after finishing in third position, however, was beaten by Hawthorn by 15 points after triumphant wins over Geelong and by 15 points and Sydney by 25 points.

Freemantle also earned a place in the finals in both the 2014 and 2015 seasons, however in 2014 lost to both Sydney and Port Adelaide, and in 2015 were defeated by Hawthorn by 27 points in their home preliminary final.

Following the 2015 AFL season, Nat Fyfe was awarded Fremantle’s first ever Brownlow Medal.

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