Our motto is simple – Create a vibrant and fun-loving sporting community where everyone feels welcome, valued, and can openly contribute to the Breakers spirit.
A little bit about who we are.
The Coastal Breakers is a sporting club for women in the Western Australian Gaelic Football League. Breakers joined the league in 2007 with a focus on creating a social and competitive sporting environment that is open to all women, of all experience levels. This year the club is extremely proud to celebrate our 10th birthday!
The club has attracted a vast array of sportswomen from basketball players, soccer enthusiasts, water polo athletes, couch surfers, mums, cross-fit supporters, AFL players, rock-climbers, touch rugby players, Nintendo Wii advocates, ‘I quit sport in high school but am ready for a comeback’ players, and friends of all of the aforementioned athletes who simply just want to give Gaelic Footy a go! It is the energy and diversity of our playing group that has contributed to building Coastal Breakers into the mighty fun football club that it is!
The regular season runs from April to September and matches are played weekly on Sunday’s between 9am and 4pm. Recent seasons have included Friday night games under lights (6-9pm) instead of Sunday fixtures, allowing Clubs to have a break from Sunday games. Breakers train on Monday and Wednesday nights with pre-season training commencing on 25 January 2017.
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