WAFC Commissioner and Heritage Committee Chairman Grant Dorrington recently shared his fondest memories of Subiaco Oval and the WAFC's plans for preserving it's rich history once AFL games move to the new Perth Stadium with ABC 720's Clint Wheeldon.
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Subiaco Oval (Domain Stadium) has a rich history as WA’s home of football and many West Australians have very fond memories of attending their first ever footy game at the ground, witnessing a thrilling win or sharing memorable moments with their family and friends.
The footy experience for many people over the years has not only been about passionately supporting their team but the close friendships and sense of community that has been forged.
Some people have been sitting in same seats for more than 20 years and developed life-long friendships with those who sit around them.
With 2017 being the final season of AFL at the stadium, the West Australian Football Commission is committed to honouring the significance of Subiaco Oval to the West Australian community and is encouraging fans to share their fondest memories so they can be captured and recorded for fans of the future.
SHARE YOUR MEMORIES
Submit a story, personal recollection or favourite moment at Subiaco Oval along with any images or video you may have and go in the draw to win four premium tickets including a food and beverage voucher to either West Coast or Fremantle’s final AFL home and away game of the 2017 Season, at Domain Stadium.
CLICK HERE to share your memories.