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Every winter, thousands of passionate supporters get excited for Fremantle Dockers Tickets. The popular West Australian Football team have a huge following that turn up to games around the country.

Cockburn Aquatic and Recreation Centre is Fremantle’s elite training and administration facility. The state of the art training facilities ensure Fremantle Dockers remain a great team. In 2017, Steve Rosich called the amazing facility “AFL’s best”. The facility is the biggest of its kind Australia. It cost $109 million to build. The Dockers moved into the new season prior to the commencement of the 2017 season. The Western Australian Government helped with the construction of the facility by adding $10 million to the construction. The AFL and the Fremantle Dockers Football club also made sizeable contributions to the cost of the development.  The facilities are of world standard. No doubt these incredible facilities will help the Dockers perform on the big stage.

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Fremantle Dockers Tickets – Optus Stadium

If you are lucky enough to get Fremantle Dockers Tickets at Optus Stadium, you are in very a treat. The magnificent AFL stadium is located in Perth, Western Australia. The stadium was first established in 1908 under the name Mueller Park. In 1999, $35 million was spent on the stadium to convert the stadium into an all seat venue. The stadium is also used for other events such music entertainment. Over the years, famous artists to have played at the stadium include:

  • Billy Joel
  • Paul McCartney
  • Neil Diamond
  • U2
  • Adele
  • Guns n Roses
  • Fleetwood Mac
  • Bon Jovi
  • And a whole lot more!

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The History

On 14 December 1993, all rumours were confirmed when the AFL announced the formation of another magnificent AFL club - the Fremantle Dockers.

Below are some interesting stats on The Dockers:

  • Their very first training session was on 31 October 1994.
  • The 2006 season has been the best season in their history. They finished third on the AFL ladder.
  • Their mascot Johnny “The Doc” has been their mascot since 2002

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Fremantle Dockers Tickets – Fans

The Fremantle Dockers had 51,433 fans in 2015 and 51,889 paid up members in 2016.

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