Kingsley’s has been competing in the Amateur League since our debut season in 1990 when the first team achieved a fourth placed finish in Division Two.

After playing the majority of its early football in the lower leagues, Kingsley secured promotion into the Premier League after winning Division One in 1993 and then going on to win the Mitre Cup in 1994.

Following relegation and 17 long years in the lower leagues, Kingsley finally secured promotion back into the Amateur Premier League in 2011, after finishing runners up to North Perth United in Division 1.

In recent years, our amateur side grew to become a force in the Amateur Premier League.

Under Head Coach Steven Dimitrovich, the Premier first team finished league runners up in 2017 and 2018, before winning the Amateur Cup in 2018 when Kingsley defeated Leeming Strikers 2-1 in a hotly contested final at Inglewood Stadium.

The Amateur Cup win provided the platform for a further title push, and in 2019 the club broke through for its maiden Amateur Premier League title, which it won by 11 points from Quinns FC. The league title was backed up by a 6-2 win over Carramar in the 2019 Amateur Cup Final, to secure a league and cup double for the club.

The Premier League Reserves side also became a powerhouse in recent years, firstly by winning the Reserves Cup in 2015 and then winning "4 in a row" league titles across the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 seasons.

With the club pushing towards State League football, a second Kingsley amateur side was introduced in 2017, where it played Division 4 football.

Following a league restructure, and with Kingsley’s Amateur Premier sides promoted to the State League from 2020, our remaining Amateur League side plays in Amateur Division 3.

Amateur League Placings

1990 Division Two – Fourth Place
1991 Division Two – First Place
1992 Division One – Fourth Place
1993 Division One – First Place
1994 Premier Division – Fifth Place
1995 Division Five – Second Place
1996 Division Three – Twelfth Place
1997 Division Three A – Third place
1998 Division Three – Tenth Place
1999 Division Three – Tenth Place
2000 Division Four – Second Place
2001 Division Three – Fifth Place
2002 Division Three – Sixth Place
2003 Division Two – First Place
2004 Division One – Fifth Place
2005 Division One – Seventh Place
2006 Division One – Fifth Place
2007 Division One – Second Place
2008 Division One – Sixth Place
2009 Division One – Eighth Place
2010 Division One – Tenth Place
2011 Division One – Second Place
2012 Premier Division – Sixth Place
2013 Premier Division – Tenth Place
2014 Premier Division – Sixth Place
2015 Premier Division – Sixth Place
2016 Premier Division – Fifth Place
2017 Premier Division – Second Place; Division 4 – Thirteenth Place
2018 Premier Division – Second Place; Division 4 – Firth Place
2019 Premier Division – Winners; Division 3 – Eighth Place

How to get involved with the Amateur Teams

The coaching structure and pre-season details for our 2020 Amateur Teams will be announced later in 2019.