Established in 2000, the Bats are entering their 16th Season in 2015.

The Bats got off to a flying start, winning a premiership in their first year and that winning culture has continued with UTS claiming a total of 12 Premierships in our past 15 seasons, appearing in 20 Grand Finals.

The Bats also took out the Sydney AFL Club Champions Award in 2008, 2009 & 2010, awarded to the club with the best overall performance across all grounds & all divisions.

Alan Kymantas & Michael Hosking hold up the 2010 premiership cup.

From humble beginnings, the Bats have grown into one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the AFL Sydney competition. In 2015 the club has grown to include a women’s team by merging with the UTS Shamrocks which has its own history in the Sydney AFL competition.

After being promoted into the Premier Division of the AFL Sydney competition in 2011, the UTS Bats will field a team in three of the top four AFL Sydney competitions in 2015 and will field five teams (four mens and the UTS Shamrocks in the Women’s Division 2 competition) this season.

 

PAST SEASON PERFORMANCES

2014

Seniors – 10th

Reserves – 2nd

Thirds – 9th

Fourths – Premiers 

Fifths – 8th

Shamrocks – 4th

The Bats Div 4 team took out the 2014 Premiership at Blacktown.

The Bats Div 4 team took out the 2014 Premiership at Blacktown.

2013

Seniors – 8th

Reserves – 3rd

Thirds – 7th

Fourths – 3rd

Fifths – 2nd

2012

Seniors – 6th

Reserves – 4th

Thirds – Premiers

Fourths – 2nd

Fifths – 4th

2011

Seniors – 10th (1st season up in Premier League)

Reserves – 5th

Thirds – 3rd

Fourths – 4th

2010

Seniors – Premiers

Reserves – 2nd

Thirds – 3rd

Fourths – 5th

7

2009

Seniors – Premiers (Undefeated)

Reserves – 2nd

Thirds – 2nd

Fourths – 5th

7

2008

Seniors – Premiers

Reserves – Premiers

Thirds – 5th

7

2007

Seniors – 2nd

Reserves – Premiers

Thirds – 5th

7

2006

Seniors – Premiers

Reserves – Premiers

Thirds – 4th

7

2005

Seniors – 2nd

Reserves – 2nd

Thirds – 4th

7

2004

Seniors – 4th

Reserves – Premiers

Thirds – 3rd

7

2003

Seniors – 6th

Reserves – 3rd

Thirds – 3rd

7

2002

Seniors – 9th

Reserves – 7th

Thirds – Premiers

2002 premiers

7

2001

Seniors – 6th

Reserves – 6th

Thirds – 4th

7

2000

Seniors – Premiers

Reserves – 4th

7

1999

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