West London Wildcats

About

The West London Wildcats are the biggest and most successful Australian rules football club outside of Australia. As one of the founding clubs of AFL London, the Wildcats have racked up an impressive 13 Men’s Premiership Grand Final appearances in the last 19 years, including six in a row between 2004 and 2009.

They have also won the last four AFL Europe Champions League Grand Finals.

In 2001, the Wildcats expanded to a second team – The Shepherds Bush Raiders – who compete in the Men’s Conference division. Since then, the Raiders have appeared in all 18 Grand Finals, and relinquished their hold on the title only twice (2009 & 2016).

Further expansion followed in 2002 with the Ealing Emus, who compete in the Men’s Social division.

With the establishment of the AFL London Women’s leagues, the Wildcats have teams both in the Women’s Premiership and the Women’s Conference. The Wildcats were crowned champions of the inaugural Women’s Conference season.

Teams

Men's Premiership

Men's Conference

Women's Premiership

Women's Conference

Men's Social

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Club Honours

Men's Champions League

2015

Premiers

2016

Premiers

2017

Premiers

2018

Premiers

Men's Premiership

1992

Runner-up

1994

Runner-up

1995

Runner-up

1996

Runner-up

2000

Premiers

2004

Premiers

2005

Premiers

2006

Premiers

2007

Premiers

2008

Premiers

2009

Premiers

2011

Premiers

2013

Premiers

2014

Premiers

2015

Runner-up

2016

Premiers

2018

Runner-up

Men's Conference

2001

Premiers

2002

Premiers

2003

Premiers

2004

Premiers

2005

Premiers

2006

Premiers

2007

Premiers

2008

Premiers

2009

Runner-up

2010

Premiers

2011

Premiers

2012

Premiers

2013

Premiers

2014

Premiers

2015

Premiers

2016

Runner-up

2017

Premiers

2018

Premiers

Men's Social

2007

Runner-up

2008

Premiers

2009

Runner-up

2011

Runner-up

2013

Runner-up

2014

Premiers

2015

Runner-up

Women's Conference

2017

Premiers