The West Australian Football Hall of Fame was created in 2002 to recognise and enshrine those who have made a significant contribution to Australian rules football in Western Australia. People eligible for inclusion are players, coaches, umpires, administrators and media representatives.

The inductees are chosen under guidelines which have been established by the West Australian Football Commission and in 2003 a Hall of Fame Selection Committee was made. The first induction into the Hall of Fame took place on 21 March 2004.

Those with the most significant contribution to West Australian football are elevated to 'Legend Status' and are listed below in bold. Currently there are 14 legends.

2004

81 inductees:

2005

10 inductees:[1]

2006

8 inductees:[2]

2007

9 inductees:[3]

2008

9 inductees:[4]

2009

9 inductees:[5]

2010

9 inductees:[6]

2011

6 inductees:[7]

2012

6 inductees:[8]

2013

6 inductees:[9]

2015

Eight inductees:[10]

2017

Ten inductees:[11]

2019

Six inductees, and Stephen Michael elevated to Legend status:[12]

References

  1. ^ A night for Fremantle legends
  2. ^ Legendary status for Moss
  3. ^ Old Easts make WA Football’s Hall of Fame
  4. ^ WA Football Hall of Fame inductees announced
  5. ^ Clarke, Tim (10 March 2009). "Fame never stops for Winmar". WAtoday. Archived from the original on 6 October 2014.
  6. ^ 2010 Inductees Archived 24 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ 2011 Inductees Archived 24 March 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Townsend, John (3 March 2012). "O'Connell joins WA greats". The West Australian.
  9. ^ Kastanis, Costa (28 February 2013). "Bell to enter Hall of Fame". Fremantle Football Club.
  10. ^ Beattie, Adrian (11 July 2015). "WA footy greats heading for Hall of Fame".
  11. ^ "2017 WA Football Hall of Fame inductees". 17 November 2017.
  12. ^ "Michael a legend, Eagles trio inducted". PerthNow. 13 March 2019. Retrieved 14 March 2019.