Origins of the North Beach Junior Football Club date back to the 1950’s when the club colours were originally Blue and Red and the club belonged to the Subiaco Junior Football League.
The close of the Junior Football season in 1963 saw many junior players graduate from junior football with nowhere to play. The North Beach Amateur Football Club was established in 1964. The club has evolved from humble beginnings to be a modern-day powerhouse both on and off the field and is one of the most successful amateur football clubs in Western Australia winning 13 ‘A’ Grade Premierships since 1989.
In approximately 1971 the North Beach Junior Football Club through sponsorship from the Senior Club adopted the Gold, Red and Black colours they now wear today.
Since 2002 the club has been going from strength to strength both on and off the field and provides a solid foundation and clear pathway for any keen footballer to progress from community Auskick to amateur football.