Fremantle Oval

Fremantle Oval originally known as Barracks Green Field is a stadium in the centre of Fremantle, Western Australia. It currently has a capacity of 17,500 with terracing and a members area holding 750. Fremantle Oval was originally used for cricket, but in 1895 hosted its first game of Australian rules football . It is located between the Fremantle Hospital, Fremantle Markets and the Fremantle Prison.

Although the Fremantle Football Club play all AFL home games at Subiaco Oval, they are based at Fremantle Oval and use it for training, administrative offices and sometimes for pre-season matches. South Fremantle Football Club, the Bulldogs, train and play their home WAFL matches here and are one of the few sporting organisations in Western Australia to own their club rooms freehold, rather than on a long-term lease.

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