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A club that provides grass roots to professional training. A fun, social environment for males & females of all age groups.

Armadale soccer club prides itself on providing an enjoyable and supportive soccer environment for players of all ages and skill levels.

A club that provides grassroots to professional training. A fun, social environment for males & females of all age groups.

Established in 1997 after the amalgamation of Armadale Park and Armadale City, ASC prides itself on providing an enjoyable and supportive soccer environment for players of all ages and skill levels. Our club squads range from juniors (5-15 years old) all the way up to seniors including Social, Veterans, Ladies and NPL. Juniors are located at Morgan Park, Armadale and Seniors are located at Alfred Skeet Reserve, Forrestdale.



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Armadale Cup 2023

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U8, U 10s & U12s Saturday 23/9/23

U9s & U11s Play Sunday 24/9/23

Major Sponsor 2023 - AView Windows and Doors












Armadale Soccer Club is thrilled to announce that A View Windows & Doors have come on board as a Major Sponsor for season 2023 and the company’s logo will be on the NPL WA first team away playing shirts this season. (Photo: Mrs. Lauren Bates is welcomed to the club by first-team striker Chris Jackson)


AView are a premium quality, residential and commercial window, and door fabrication in Maddington, it is a family business with a rich history and has been trusted by Perth homebuilders for decades.


Manager Mrs. Lauren Bates said AView is thrilled to come on board for season 2023, and she is looking forward to supporting the local club. “We’re delighted to be on board, it’s a fantastic opportunity for us, and we live locally, so it’s great to help the local community, raise the profile of the club, and spread the AView name,” she explained. “The club is growing each year, and with seniors, men and women’s sides, plus a large number of junior players, so we’re delighted to become a major sponsor and build the club.


Lauren is looking forward to attending the games, and watching Armadale play in the NPL this season. “I’ve been to a few games and brought my young boys along, and its defiantly a family-friendly club which is what I like, and love the community spirit," she said.

"My boys will be back this season to support the teams, and we’re looking forward to a successful year.”


Major Sponsor for 2023 - WB & GJ Burman Builders












Armadale Soccer Club are delighted to announce that WB & GJ Burman Builders will be the club's Major Sponsor for 2023, and will be the shirt sponsors on the NPL WA first team home playing shirts this season. (Photo: Mr. Wayne Burman is welcomed to the club by First Team player Ryan Haslett)


Burman Builders is a family owned business with over 30-years’ of experience in the building and construction industry. Owner Mr. Wayne Burman said he’s delighted to be involved in the club this season and is hoping for a successful season like his business. “Our company is going very well, and we’re getting busier and busier, and delighted to be on board here this season,” he said. “I moved from another club and followed Chris (Bates) when he came to Armadale, and it’s a great opportunity for our business to support a local team, and I’ll be bringing my family down each week to support the club, and having watched the lads it looks like being a successful season. “I play golf with a number of the Armadale ex-players, and I know most of the guys down here, so to be fare it was a perfect fit for us, and we’re delighted to be involved.”


Burman is a passionate Nottingham Forest fan, and he said the Army supporters are the best in the league, and he said it reminds him of football back in the UK. “I very much like the singing and chanting of the supporters, you don’t hear it at any other grounds, and it reminds me of the UK,” he said. “It’s a good laugh, and it’s a working men football club and that is great for the local community, and the club is on the rise and great to see a couple imports joining this season, we are hoping for an exciting season.”


“We experimented with a few different variations today and learnT more about our squad. Also making sure we gave game time to the players and training has been intense, and Saturday showed that against a well-drilled Subiaco side...........

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Pre-Season Friendly v Subiaco Review

Two from two for Army

Armadale came from behind to beat Balcatta Etna 3-1 and make it back-to-back wins to open the 2023 NPLWA Night Series.

Ben Hinshelwood gave Balcatta the lead at halftime, but a Daniel Robinson penalty and others to Peter Jacobsz and Amir Ajan secured the win and moved them to the top of Group A.

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O’Reilly appointed First Team Head Coach for 2023

Armadale Soccer Club are pleased to announce the NPLMWA coaching panel for next season, and they are delighted that John O’Reilly will continue his role as first team Head Coach, after leading the side to their best points total in the NPL, while taking the club to the Belt Up State League Cup and the round of 32 of the Australia Cup.....................

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Armadale aiming high, new contracts and new signings for 2023 season

Armadale’s preparations for the new NPLWA Men’s season are well on track, and this week the club presented their first-ever professional player contracts, with long-serving defender Nathan Costello and exciting youngster Peter Jacobsz putting pen to paper...............

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Armadale youngsters head for Dubai

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Armadale youngster Tarek Atta impressed in his stint at Alfred Skeet Reserve, helping the club to the Australia Cup round of 32 and the State League Cup Final, and he has headed overseas, after signing a deal at newly promoted Fleetwood United in Dubai,.............

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Armadale imports settling in well at the Skeet.


Playing football in another country is something many players don’t get the opportunity to do, but Armadale new imports Tim Berger and Conor Walsh will have that opportunity this season, after the pair joined the club for the 2023 NPLM WA season.


Berger, who has signed from German club FC Kingsfeld, made the move to Australia last year for work, but after a trial at the club he returned this year and he jumped at the chance to join. “I have settled in super in Perth and the club has also accepted me immediately, everyone is very friendly and gives me the feeling that I have made the right decision,” the midfielder said. “I’m a young player, who is very ambitious and brings experience from Europe,” he said. “I’m very flexible and will give everything to bring the team forward, and I can’t wait for the season to start next week.”







Walsh grew up playing in Ireland for Cobh Ramblers FC in the League of Ireland, also College Corinthians and Cobh Wanderers. He played in a full time FAI Academy just after school, and also played for IT Carlow while he was in college in Ireland. He then moved to America on a D1 scholarship and played a semester out in California in the Big West Conference, before heading to WA in February.O’Reilly said the defender is a great pick. “Conor comes with a youth background in Ireland, which has given him a good platform for his game to be built on,” he said. “He’s confident on the ball strong in the air, has a physical presence and a calming influence at the back, were delighted to have secured his services this season.”


The 22-year-old said he’s looking forward to playing, and helping he club to the title. “I’ve been able to use football as a path to travel the world and play at a high level on three continents, playing with loads of different players from all corners of the globe,” Walsh explained. “I want to help the club to win the league and to finish the season in top spot, where we know we should be.”

The 21-year-old, who played all his youth football for the DFB selection in Germany, will give the side a huge boost, and he hopes to repay the faith the club have shown in him. “Both players have settled in well and it’s great to have them here,” Head Coach John O’Reilly said. “Tim played his football in Germany, and established himself in the first team at a young age and was a regular at FC Kingsfeld. We are delighted he came to Australia to ply his trade, and he is a classy midfielder, holds on to the ball well and has good vision when passing, a great attribute to have in our league.”


Irish-born Walsh, who joined the club from college football in America, said Perth life is suiting him, and he has fitted in really well at the club. “I’ve settled in very well, all the boys on the team, in the club, and at the G bar have really helped me settle in well and made me feel right at home,” the defender explained. “I’m loving Perth, it’s a beautiful place, I’ve been down to a few beaches too, so definitely settled in well. I was playing D1 college soccer in America last year, when I decided I’d look at coming out this end of the world and give it a go, so I got in contact with John and straight away decided that I’d make the move, glad I did.”



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Armadale reward two loyal supporters with life membership !

They say without supporters’ football would be nothing, and at Armadale we are lucky in that department, having the best supporters in the league, and last week the club honoured two of their most loyal fans with life membership.

Prior to our first home game of the season, new club President Chris Bates presented the life membership medals to Scott Sainsbury and Mark ‘Willie’ Wilkinson. The pair attend all Armadale games, home and away, and the president said their life membership is well deserved and well overdue. “The club can’t survive without fans, and Scott and Mark are a big part of the Army Boys, along with the rest of the supporters on the balcony,” he said. “They are a huge part of this club, and this life membership is our thanks to them for their support over the years, its well deserved.”


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Sainsbury, who has also played, and coached the club first team in the State League in 1999 and 2000, said it was huge surprise. “I didn’t have a clue it was going to happen,” he said. “I’ve only been there since the first game at Alfred Skeet, and loved every minute.”

We asked Scotty for his favourite memory at the club, and he said they had been a few. “It’s been 39 years and there has been a number of memorable games, but they have all been great, its great day out but,” he explained. “But I’d say the trip to Caines in the FFA Cup, good fun and lots of singing.”  


Wilkinson also played for the club, and said the life membership of the club is huge. “It’s one of the biggest honours I’ve ever received,” he said. “It’s only second to my beautiful family.” He said a memory he can remember was back in his playing days, on a cold night at Wotton Reserve. “We were playing Morley Windmills in a night cup game, winning with not long to go,” he explained. “Then they turned the sprinklers on, and we had guys standing on them till we needed them to run to keep the game going, which we managed and won, a great night.”


From everyone at the club thanks to you both for your supporter over the years, it is much appreciated.

At the pub

Social Membership

Cheap food and a beer a perfect watering hole after the game. 
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