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Established
2005 (16 years old)

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Rugby

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HBF Park
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Location
Perth, Western Australia

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The Western Force is an Australian professional rugby union team based in Perth, Western Australia. The team competes in Global Rapid Rugby  as well as Australia's National Rugby Championship.

The Force previously played in Super Rugby from 2006 to 2017. As the fourth Australian franchise to join the competition, the Force played for twelve seasons in Super Rugby, with their highest finish being seventh place. In 2017, the Australian Rugby Union decided to reduced the number of Australian Super Rugby teams and the Western Force lost their licence to participate in the competition at the end of that season.

Team Members
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Bo
Abra




Tim
Anstee




Marcel
Brache




Ollie
Callan




Tomás
Cubelli




Kyle
Godwin




Victor
Harris




Chris
Heiberg




Greg
Holmes




Richard
Kahui




Feleti
Kaitu'U




Rob
Kearney




Kane
Koteka




Tevita
Kuridrani




Brad
Lacey




Jono
Lance




Fergus
Lee-Warner




Kieran
Longbottom




Grason
Makara




Ryan
Mccauley




Michael
Mcdonald




Jack
Mcgregor




Jake
Mcintyre




Santiago
Medrano




Domingo
Miotti




Jordan
Olowofela




Ian
Prior




Jackson
Pugh




Toni
Pulu




Byron
Ralston




Andrew
Ready




Tom
Robertson




Brynard
Stander




Jake
Strachan




Henry
Taefu




Jeremy
Thrush




Sitaleki
Timani




Angus
Wagner




Jack
Winchester



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Stadium or Home

Perth Oval, also known for sponsorship reasons as HBF Park, is a sports stadium in Perth, the capital of the Australian state of Western Australia. Located close to Perth's central business district, the stadium currently has a maximum capacity of 20,500 people for sporting events and 25,000 people for concerts, with the ground's record attendance of 32,000 people set during an Ed Sheeran concert in 2015. The land on which the stadium was built was made a public reserve in 1904, with the main ground developed several years later.

Perth Oval was the home ground of the East Perth Football Club in the West Australian Football League (WAFL) from 1910 until 2002, and hosted several of the competition's grand finals during that time. In 2004, the ground was redeveloped, altering it from an oval field to a rectangular field. The ground is currently home to two major professional sporting clubs: Perth Glory FC, a soccer team competing in the A-League, and the Western Force, a rugby union team playing in the Global Rapid Rugby competition. The ground is also used by the WA Reds, a semi-professional rugby league team competing in the S. G. Ball Cup, as well as for concerts.

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