The East Coast Eagles were formed in the year 2000 and achieved their first senior premiership in 2009, which not coincidentally, coincided with the club’s first season at Bruce Purser Reserve . The Eagles then went on to complete an historic ‘Three-Peat” by also taking out the 2010 and 2011 premierships.
After competing in the NEAFL during 2012, 2013 and 2014 the Eagles returned to the AFL Sydney competition in 2015.
The 2016 Premiership went the way of the Eagles with a inspirational and courageous victory over St George.
History was made in 2019 as East Coast won a flag in the Women’s Division Two Grade defeating minor premiers Macquarie University, our first women’s Premiership since introducing the women’s football program in 2017.
All five Grand Finals were played at Blacktown International Sports Park which at the time was the home of the GWS Giants.
2009 AFL Sydney Grand Final
East Coast Eagles defeated UNSW/Eastern Suburbs
East Coast Eagles 22.12 (144)
UNSW/ES 13.12 (90)
2010 AFL Sydney Grand Final
East Coast Eagles defeated Sydney University
East Coast Eagles 13.9 (87)
Sydney University 10.10 (70)
2011 AFL Sydney Grand Final
East Coast Eagles defeated Balmain Dockers
East Coast Eagles 17.12 (114)
Balmain Dockers 10.11 (71)
2016 AFL Sydney Grand Final
East Coast Eagles defeated St George
East Coast Eagles 17.5 (107)
St George 9.12 (66)
2019 AFL Sydney Grand Final
East Coast Eagles defeated Macquarie University
East Coast Eagles 9.5 (59)
Macquarie University 2.1 (13)