AFLW Indigenous Guernsey


The West Coast Eagles have unveiled the club’s inaugural AFLW Indigenous Round guernsey, designed by artist, Buffie Corunna.

The intricate detailing of the jumper identifies West Coast’s strong connection with community, which is a cornerstone of the club’s values.

The guernsey also represents First Nations people across both Western Australia and Australia, and cross-cultural connections amongst the team, which are signified through acts of support between Indigenous and non-Indigenous players.

The jumper also acknowledges West Coast’s significant commitment to reconciliation and empowering First Nations people through the establishment of the Waalitj Foundation in 2005.

The design was guided by West Coast Eagles forward Imahra Cameron and former player Alicia Janz. The design process commenced last year, with Eagles' RAP member Colleen Castle also involved through the creation.