The Eastern Hills Masters Football Club was formed in 1987 under the then "AFL Super Rules" competition. In 1990 the club became part of the AFL Masters competition and the club has gone from strength to strength and is now in its 25th anniversary year. We are now one of the major clubs in Western Australia.

The AFL Masters concept is based around a fortnightly (usually Sundays), carnival style game day where clubs field teams in the various age divisions.

We field teams in the Supers (35 TO 40 years of age), Masters (40 to 45 years of age) and Seniors (45 years of age and over).

We presently have over 120 playing and non-playing members and new members are always welcome.

Our home ground is North Swan Oval in Middle Swan, just off the Roe Hwy/Toodyay Rd intersection and we train once a week on Wednesday nights, starting at 6:30pm.





Game days are held every second Sunday during the regular AFL season and hosted by each club in turn throughout the season in a Carnival style format with games played on multiple ovals concurrently. The games are not scored and the rules are modified to minimise risk of injury to players. The mantra of the AFL Masters Football movement is "footy for kicks"

Aggression, violence, dangerous play and general bad behaviour is not tolerated in the AFL Masters competition.