The West Footscray Football Club is an Australian rules football club that is based at Kevin Shorten Reserve in West Footscray.
|Full name||West Footscray Football Club|
|Former name(s)||Tottenham Imperials|
|Competition||Western Region Football League|
|Premierships||Div 1 Seniors: 5 (1934, 1935, 1947, 1970, 1982) Div 2 Seniors: 2 (1941, 2007) Div 1 Reserves: 4 (1967, 1984, 1985, 1993) Div 2 Reserves: 2 (2007, 2015) Div 2 Womens: 1 (2021- Minor Premiers)|
|Ground(s)||Kevin Shorten Reserve|
The club entered the Footscray District Football League in 1932 and won a premiership in 1934 and again in 1935. West Footscray have won five premierships; four in Division 1 and, most recently, the 2007 Division 2 premiership. The club has 2 senior Men's Teams, a Women's Team (Founded in 2018) and 9 junior teams, including under 15 and 12s girls teams, as well as Auskick junior development.
- Marty McDonnell, a defender who played 92 VFL games with Footscray, in a war-interrupted career.
- Laurie Sandilands, a former Footscray captain, who played a total of 164 games with both Footscray and Collingwood.
- Robert McGhie, played juniors at West Footscray in the 1960s before embarking on a 13-year, dual-premiership career in the VFL with Footscray, Richmond, and the South Melbourne Football Clubs.
- Western Region Football League
- Division One (5): 1934, 1935, 1947, 1970, 1982
- Division Two (1): 1941, 2007
- ^ Mallinder, Terry (23 November 2009). "West Footscray Roosters in safe hands". Maribyrnong Leader. Retrieved 1 June 2013.