ASC Takes Home Belt Up Cup


Chris Jackson was the two-goal hero as Armadale clinched their first major silverware on Saturday when they beat Gwelup Croatia 2-0 in the Belt Up Cup Final at Dorrien Gardens. 

Well done lads, and a huge thank you to all our amazing supporters, members and committee <3

New Shelter at Alfred Skeet

July 7th 2018

President Ken Madeley with Local MP's Yaz Mubarakai and Toni Buti in front of our brand new verandah.

Thank you!

Belt Up Cup Finals & FFA Final 32

June 2018

Our NPL first team has made it ot the Belt up Final (Western Australia) and will versing Gwelup Croatia on July 14th at Dorrein Gardens, 3pm Kick off and also heading to cairns in the final 32 of the FFA cup - click here for more details 🎉⚽.

There will be a bus to and from the cup final, and merch also available.GO THE RED ARMY!!!

Go the Red Army!!!

Armadale Hero Trent Sainsbury to play in World Cup

June 16

From Armadale juniors to the world's biggest sporting stage our very own Trent Sainsbury is off to a great start against France in his debit world cup. Read more... 

We are all very proud!!! 

Future Army Stars In The Baking

Congratulations to our ladies soccer players Tarryn, Emma, Ally and Amanda. 

Quiz Night Donators


A massive thank you to all the helpers and local businesses who contributed to our annual quiz night and made it a huge success. 

It's a hug fundraiser for the club and without your support our club would not be where it is today #SupportTheClubThatSupportsYou

Super Saturday

Super Saturday is a big day for our club with junior and metro teams joining the fun, entertainment and raffles all day plus a chance to thank our valued sponsors and life members,


Games are from 3pm, with the main game kicking off at 7pm


Past player and life members welcome. Only a gold coin donation for entry.

Our Girls are off to a Roaring Start


Our top 2 Women’s teams made the club proud with two wins during their friendlies at Alfred Skeet on Sunday. The Girls battled heat peaking in the low 30s our 1st Women’s Team seized a smashing 3-1 Victory over South Perth and our 2nd team battling a close game with a late goal saving the team and bringing in a 2-1 win over Perth Royal. the girls celebrated with a well-deserved drink in the clubhouse.

Womens Coach Wanted!

16 / 12 /2017

Armadale Soccer Club are pleased to announce that the Women’s Division 1 South Metro team has been promoted to Metro League – Central for season 2018, well done!

>>>We are currently seeking expressions of interest for experienced coaches and managers to take our ladies division to the Amateur and State League<<<

Please forward your interest outlining your experience and qualifications and/or CV to If you require any further information please feel free to contact Murray – 0429 003 882.​

Skill Aquisition Term 4


SAP Session days have moved to Monday evenings at Alfred Skeet Reserve - 545pm start for age groups: 8-12 yr olds.

Cost: $90 per term

Contact: for more information about the 10 week programme.

Enrol here for Term 4 starting in October.

Armadale Sign Off in Style


Armadale snapped a five-match losing streak as they defeated Joondalup United 2-1 in the final round of the PS4 NPL WA season at Alfred Skeet Reserve on Saturday.

An early goal from Josh Booysen put United in front but James Atkins responded with two goals of his own to ensure his side finished their campaign with a victory.

Coach John O’Reilly said the best team won on the day and revealed he is looking forward to bolstering his squad in the pre-season.

The lads were keen to get a win to finish the season because we have had a few off-results in the last few weeks,” he said. “Overall I think we have been progressive this season, we have kept our heads up all the way to the end and that was exemplified by today’s win.

Hopefully we can kick-on now during the pre-season, pick up a couple of new players and strengthen what we have already started to build.”

Super Saturday - A fun filled day


On a wet and blustery Saturday the life members and members were treated to a Fun Filled day of football that provided 4 red cards and Goals galore.

The Women's team brought the house down in the final match of the day with Social Secretary Kirsty Woods nailing the opening goal from 35 yards out in a 3-2 win.

Everyone went home contented at the action on display and big thanks must be made to the whole committee for the effort and dedication they put into the Day.

Roll on next year's Super Saturday.

Youth Cup Runners up


Perth SC’s Under 18 team have claimed the State Cup after defeating Armadale in a penalty shoot-out at Perth Plasterboard Centre Stadium on Saturday.

It had appeared that Daniel Cumming’s 88th minute strike would give Armadale the victory until Perth’s Khaynan MacCarthy made it 1-1 a mere four minutes later to send the match to penalties.

Goalkeeper Makek Kuc would prove to be the hero for Perth as he saved two Armadale spot-kicks to help his side win 4-1 on penalties.

Army Let it Slip


Two goals in two minutes was enough for Cockburn City to secure a 2-2 draw with Armadale in round 18 of the PS4 NPLWA season at Dalmatinac Park on Saturday.
Armadale stunned their opponents with two quick goals in the second half, but their lead was short-lived as Cockburn responded with two goals of their own just three minutes later.

Armadale made it 1-0 in the 54th minute when Ali Gholami curled a free-kick around the wall and past Cockburn keeper Luke Radonich.
James Atkins doubled his side’s lead just two minutes later when he headed home a cross from Charlie Kenna.


The team will be back home at Alfred Skeet this week vs Stirling Lions - 3pm kick off.

Full report here.

Armadale Clip the Gulls Wings


Armadale returned from a sunny seaside trip to Sorrento with a valuable point, but it could been more as an early penalty was missed for the second time in 3 weeks.

Armadale coach John O’Reilly was frustrated that his side didn’t win the game, but praised the efforts of his improving side. The boys could have taken the lead from the penalty spot inside five minutes when Kyle King was fouled in the area, but James Morgan saved his spot-kick low to his right.

“It’s hard to walk away feeling too happy when we had a penalty, it didn’t go in and then we end up drawing 0-0,” he said. “Defensively we’re delighted. We’ve been working hard during the week and it was close to perfect in terms of shape and work-rate, but disappointing we didn’t nick it..''

Armadale’s best chance in the second half fell to Quinncroft, who was denied by a brilliant follow-up save from Morgan after he spilled the initial shot from distance.

The team takes to the road again this week with a local derby at Cockburn City - 3pm kick off.

Full report here.

State 16s Squad Tour for Armadale 3


Following 5 weeks of trials Connor Atkinson, Panashe Kuzamba were selected for the upcoming tour to China. Army defensive lynchpin Benn Lewis was also selected as an injury replacement squad member.

Led by Football West coach Gary Church the team will be competing in the Jinshan International Youth Football Cup U16 tournament in Shanghai from July 21-30.

The Jinshan tournament includes representative teams from Nigeria, Bahrain and China, as well as club teams from Spain and the Czech Republic, and host side Shanghai Shenxin.

Football West Head of Development Jamie Harnwell said the Jinshan tournament would bring the best out of WA’s talented U16 players.

The competition will consist of two groups of four teams playing a single round robin with the top two teams from each group entering a knockout stage.

Follow the lads progress here.

Bealey Blast Beats Balcatta


An inspired performance from Jackson Bealey has led Armadale to a 4-1 victory over Balcatta in round 16 of the PS4 NPLWA on Saturday.
The midfielder scored two goals and assisted another to help his side gain a much-needed three points as they edge away from the foot of the table.
Armadale coach John O’Reilly praised the performance of Bealey who has had an unlucky run with injuries recently.
“We’ve been unfortunate with Jackson (Bealey) because he’s been injured sporadically throughout the season,” he said.
But today he showed that he’s a fantastic player and it’s good to have him on the park.”
O’Reilly also praised his squad for securing an important win against a Balcatta side that could have leapfrogged them on the table had they won.
Full credit to the lads today, they worked really hard and got reward for their efforts,” he said.
This was definitely one of those games where we needed to get a result, so I’m happy that we did that today.”

Full story here.

Under 18s through to Youth Cup Final


After a tense 90 minutes in their hard fought semi final against Inglewood Utd the Army youth team settled the tie and went through to the Final in a penalty shoot out.

Successful penalty kicks from Dan Stone, Brad Greipl and Eraste and some fine saves from Duncan Lennon Black saw the boys through.

The Final will take place at 11am on Saturday 22 July venue to be confirmed.

Away Win at Subi


Armadale Soccer Club have come out on top in a physical battle with Subiaco at Rosalie Park on Saturday, with two second half goals securing them an important three NPLWA points.
Victorious Armadale coach John O'Reilly was thrilled with his side collecting three points away from home and was proud of the football they played.

Full story here.

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