Based at Ray Owen Reserve Lesmurdie, The Kalamunda and Districts Sportsman club (KDFC) or as we like to call ourselves, The Kalamunda Cougars, play AFL Amateur Football in the Hills area. The club competes in the Perth Football League (WAAFL). We have over 150 playing and social members in our club which make up our 4 teams.
In 2019, we have 3 teams that play in the B grade competition. These 3 teams consist of the B league and B Reserve seniors. Our 17 to 20 year olds make up our third team the B grade colts. Our other senior side competes in the E3 grade competition, consisting of past senior players and the clubs youth who do not play Colts.
Since being founded in the 1970’s, the Kalamunda Cougars have worked hard. Having 1 team almost 50 years ago in the Sunday league competition, we are now one of the power house clubs in the WAAFL competition and the strongest Amateur Football Club in the hills region. Every Saturday from the middle of April to September there are always games of football at Ray Owen. The community are always welcomed and encouraged to come watch the Kalamunda Cougars do battle every week, with the league team starting at 2:30pm.
Over the past 13 years our club has experienced 9 Grand Final appearances throughout the 4 grades and at Ray Owen alone have accommodated for more than 60 different Amateur Football Clubs throughout this time. Having over 300 players, members and fellow community people at a game every Saturday, your business will have heavy exposure throughout the Hills region. The Kalamunda Cougars have been an extremely successful club over the past 13 years and the 2019 season will be no different.
The Kalamunda Cougars have always been regarded as a large networking club with many of our social events having a successful effect on gaining business from members of our club. Event partnerships with Breast Cancer Foundation, The Heart Kids Foundation WA and the Midland Headspace Foundation to name a few only give more exposure for our club and your company further than the Hills region.