Club History

The origins of Fremantle United Soccer Club date back to 1977.  At a meeting between one of the Club's founders, Alastair Mackay, and local Council members, it was agreed to establish a soccer club to represent Fremantle.  In 1978, Council land was made available for soccer pitches on Carrington Street, Beaconsfield.  In 1979, with a small group of junior players and small committee, Fremantle United was born.

Due to the rapid growth of the club in the 1980's, more land was leased from the City of Fremantle. After many years of planning, fundraising, hard work and volunteer help, Fremantle United Soccer Club finally had a place to call home with the unveiling of new clubrooms that were officially opened in 1992.

From these modest beginnings, Fremantle United has grown to become one of the most successful junior and senior amateur soccer clubs in Western Australia. The Club has won a string of Amater League Championships and Cup titles over the years. A number of our talented junior players have gone on to play at the highest level in Australian soccer by representing teams in both the former National Soccer League and the A-League.

Fremantle United is more than just a soccer club. The club offers other activities including Darts, Bocce and Bingo. The club has also become an important sporting and recreational resource within the Fremantle precinct.

The history of Fremantle Untied is indeed embodied in its motto
that reads "In Honour, Sporsmanship, United".

Senior Mens league positions since 1985: 

1985: 1st - Amateur First Division 
1986: 2nd - Amateur Premier League 
1987: 4th - Amateur Premier League 
1988: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1989: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1990: N/A - Amateur Premier League 
1991: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1992: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1993: N/A - Amateur Premier League 
1994: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1995: 2nd - Amateur Premier League 
1996: 2nd - Amateur Premier League 
1997: 2nd - Amateur Premier League 
1998: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
1999: 4th - Amateur Premier League 
2000: 1st - Amateur Premier League 
2001: 6th - Amateur Premier League 
2002: 7th - Amateur Premier League 
2003: 2nd - Amateur Premier League 
2004: 12th - Amateur Premier League 
2005: 1st - Amateur First Division 
2006: 3rd - Amateur Premier League 
2007: 2nd - Amateur Premier League
2008: 1st - Amateur Premier League
2009: 5th - Amateur Premier League
2010: 12th - Amateur Premier League
2011: 3rd - Amateur First Division
2012: 3rd - State League Division 2
2013: 3rd - State League Division 2
2014: 6th - State League Division 2
2015: 3rd - State League Division 2