Fremantle Betting Tips, Odds & Latest News

Entering the AFL in 1995 was the Fremantle Football Club who share a famous rivalry with the West Coast Eagles.

Despite having no major silverware to speak of in their history so far, they have an overall winning percentage of 50% since first making the finals in 2003 with the minor premiership in 2015 and a 2013 grand final apperance being their main two highlights to date.

Fremantle History


Formed in 1994 and beginning in the AFL in 1995 is the Fremantle Football Club who were the second Western Australian club to enter the competition after the West Coast Eagles.

There were plans for exisiting Western Australian Football league clubs in East Fremantle and South Fremantle to enter the AFL much earlier, however a proposed 1987 merger between the two WAFL teams was denied.

With a string of low placed finishes in their early years, the Dockers came alive in 2003 with their first finals appearance in a team which included some Fremantle's finest players in Peter Bell, Shaun McManus and a young Matthew Pavlich, who is the greatest Fremantle player ever.

The six-time All Australian later led Fremantle to their best ever era later in his career which included a grand final appearance against Hawthorn in 2013 before a top of the ladder (minor premiership) in 2015.

Fremantle are presently in a rebuilding phase with many younger players now on the roster to complement the likes of current stars in Nate Fyfe, David Mundy and Michael Walters which sees them at odds of $41.00 with Palmerbet to win the 2020 AFL Premiership.

Fremantle Live Streaming


Fremantle supporters that want to live stream Dockers games can do so by signing up with Kayo Sports. Kayo has streaming rights to the AFL, which includes all Fremantle games in the 2020 season. 

BetEasy customers are able to get a three month free trial of Kayo Sports if they are not an existing subscriber. This offer ends on March 31, 2020.


Fremantle Betting Odds


There are several methods you can use to stay up to date with the latest Fremanlte betting odds, like checking with the bookmaker accounts you have to see which one offers the best markets. 

Fremantle Bonus Bets


Due to Australian legalisation online bookmakers are unable to offer Fremantle bonus bets to their customers. 

Most bookmakers do offer money back and bonus bet deals on games throughout the season which can generate you bonus bets, so keep an eye with your bookie to see what deals are in place.

Fremantle Fixtures


Fremantle's fixture for this season has been released.

The 2020 fixture for Fremantle can be found by clicking here.

Fremantle Results


To stay up to date with the latest Fremantle results your best bet is to visit either their official website or the AFL's.



Fremantle Team News


Before betting on Fremantle, it is important to know who's named in the final 22. A key out or a big-name such as Nat Fyfe or Michael Walters being unavailable could be the difference between you getting a winning dividend and your best Fremantle bet going down.

Our previews on Fremantle will always include the full named squad leading into a match so you'll have all the relevant team information.

Fremantle Bet of the Day


For our Fremantle bet of the day visit our match preview hub to get our best Fremantle bets and other wagers including the Dockers.

Fremantle News


The official Fremantle Football Club website is https://www.fremantlefc.com.au/ which will keep you informed on any news, selections and injury lists for the Dockers.

bets.com.au will have all the relevant wagering news and odds for Fremantle.


Fremantle Trade Rumours 


The https://www.afl.com.au/ website covers most trade rumours, including Fremantle's.

Twitter is also a good tool for this, especially over the trade periods.

Fremantle Social Media


You can find the official Fremanlte social media channels by:


#foreverfreo is a popular hashtag for all Fremantle related scores, news and updates on social media.
             

Fremantle FAQ

Who is the coach of Fremantle?

Justin Longmuir is the coach of Fremantle.

He officially took over near the end of 2019 following the sacking of Ross Lyon.

Who is the captain of Fremantle?

Nat Fyfe is the captain of Fremantle.

He took over from David Mundy in 2017 who was captain for one season following Matthew Pavlich's long reign (2007 - 2015).

What is Fremantle's greatest ever winning margin?

In 2013, Fremantle defeated GWS by 113 points.

That is their greatest ever winning margin.

What is Fremantle's greatest ever losing margin?

In 2018, Fremantle lost to Geelong by 133 points.

That is their greatest ever losing margin.

How many Fremantle Brownlow Medalist's have there been?

Nat Fyfe is the only Fremantle Brownlow Medalist to date and he's won two of them.

Them wins came in 2015 and 2019.

How many members do Fremantle have?

In 2019, Fremantle had 51,431 members.

They have had over 50,000 members in every year since 2015.

       
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