Who is number 10 for the West Coast Eagles?

Jarrod Brander

Player Years Games
Scott Selwood 2009-2015 127
Tom Lamb 2016-2017 0
Jarrod Brander 2018-present 22

Who is number 13 West Coast Eagles?

Luke Shuey

Player Years Goals
Scott Watters 1989-1992 13
Josh Wooden 1997-2007 18
Chris Masten 2008-2009 6
Luke Shuey 2010-present 137

Who is number 46 for West Coast Eagles?


Player Years Games
Paddy Brophy 2015-2017 0
Callan England 2018 0
Brodie Riach 2019 0
Nic Reid 2020-present 3

Who is 17 for West Coast Eagles?


Player Years Games
Daniel Chick 2003-2007 103
Josh Kennedy 2008-present 256
Dana Hooker 2020-present 7

Where are the West Coast Eagles football club located?

The West Coast Eagles, also known simply as West Coast or The Eagles, is a professional Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League (AFL). Based in Perth, Western Australia, it represents its home state and the Perth metropolitan region.

How many games did West Coast Eagles win in 2011?

Despite predictions of another bottom-four finish in 2011, West Coast won 16 games to finish in the top four, becoming the first team since the Brisbane Lions in 1998 and 1999 to reach a preliminary final after finishing last the previous season.

How much money does the West Coast Eagles make?

In 2018, the West Coast Eagles were the highest earning club in terms of revenue, reporting an income of $82,265,015. They also had total assets of $106,229,217 and reported a profit of $7,621,284. These figures were all league records and further established West Coast’s status as the biggest club in the AFL.

How did the West Coast Eagles get their mascot?

As part of the AFL’s Mascot Manor program, a bald eagle club mascot, Rick “The Rock”, was created in 2003 to promote the club to junior players. The mascot is in part named after the song. A real wedge-tailed eagle, Auzzie, has flown around the field before matches at West Coast home games since 2007.