|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||05/21 07:00||9||Sorrento FC vs Floreat Athena||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||05/28 09:00||10||Stirling Macedonia vs Floreat Athena||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||06/04 07:00||11||Floreat Athena vs Armadale||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||06/11 07:00||12||Floreat Athena vs Perth SC||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||06/18 07:00||13||Balcatta vs Floreat Athena||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||06/25 07:00||14||Floreat Athena vs Perth Glory U21||-||View|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||05/14 07:00||8|| Floreat Athena v Inglewood United ||D||1-1|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||05/07 07:00||7|| Bayswater City v Floreat Athena ||L||6-1|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||05/03 11:00||1|| Perth SC v Floreat Athena ||D||2-2|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||04/30 07:00||6|| Floreat Athena v Gwelup Croatia SC ||W||4-2|
|Australië - FFA Cup - Kwal.||04/23 11:00||-||Stirling Macedonia v Floreat Athena||L||3-2|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||04/16 07:00||5|| Cockburn City v Floreat Athena ||L||3-0|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||04/09 07:00||4|| Floreat Athena v Perth RedStar FC ||W||3-2|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||04/01 11:30||3|| Perth Glory NPL v Floreat Athena ||W||1-3|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||03/26 07:00||2|| Floreat Athena v Balcatta ||W||5-0|
|Australië - Western Australia Premier League||03/19 07:30||1||Perth SC v Floreat Athena||-||PPT.|
|Australië - Vriendschappelijke wedstrijden||03/12 11:15||-||Floreat Athena v Perth SC||W||4-0|
|Australië - Vriendschappelijke wedstrijden||03/04 11:00||-||Floreat Athena v Inglewood United||-||View|
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Floreat Athena Football Club is an association football (soccer) club based in Perth, Western Australia. The club competes in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia. The club's founders were of Greek heritage.
Floreat Athena has been crowned the Western Australian State Champions four times, League Premiers seven times, State Cup Winners six times, and Night Series Champions six times. In 1997, the club won all three trophies to claim its first ever treble.
The club was formed in 1951 as the Athena Club by Greek-Australians as place for the local Greek community to unite around football. The club entered the third division of WA's state league football in 1953.
In 1960 the club withdrew from the Western Australian Soccer Football Association (WASFA) to form WA's first official semi-professional league under the Western Australia Soccer Federation. It was also in 1960 that Athena played their first season in the state league's top tier, ending the season sixth and maintained its status in the top flight.
The 1960s were turbulent times for Athena on the pitch. The club finished third in 1961 and 1963, but declined to just avoid relegation in subsequent years before being relegated in 1966 after finishing 9th in the State Premier League. Athena finished second in the 1967 Second Division season, gaining promotion to the State League for the 1968 season. In 1968 they were relegated for the second time in three years after they finished last.
Athena remained in the First Division for five successive seasons (1969–1973). In 1973 Athena clinched the Second Division title and entered the top flight in 1974, finishing sixth. In the 1975 and 1976 seasons, Athena finished third. The club has finished no higher than third on four separate occasions since 1960.
In 1977, internal disputes at the committee level resulted in the sacking of coach Bill Dumbbell despite Athena claiming its first state league title. Athena maintained its status in the top flight until 1980 when the club was relegated for finishing tenth under coach Ulysses Kokkinos.
After being relegated in 1980, the club secured its second First Division title in 1981 and returned to the top flight of Western Australia football (soccer). Since 1982, Floreat Athena has not been relegated, remaining in the State Premier League for three decades.
From 1984 until 1991 Floreat Athena entered into a "golden era" of Western Australian Premier League football. After winning the Top Four Cup in 1984 Athena proceeded to win the Night Series trophy in 1985. Then from 1986, Athena were placed no lower than third for six straight seasons. Having finished third in 1986 and 1987, Athena claimed its second State Premier League title in 1988 under coach Ken Worden. Besides its great league achievements Athena also won the D'Orsogna Cup three years in a row during these years.
The Soccer Federation changed the format of the championship to be based on a top four finals series for the 1989, 1990 and 1991 seasons. In each of these seasons, under coach Worden and then Alan Vest, Athena topped the State Premier League. The 1990 team finished the season unbeaten, a feat only three other teams have matched in WA history. However, they did not win the top four play-off finals in these seasons (being beaten by Perth Italia and Stirling Macedonia), and hence were not declared the champions despite their success in the league season.
In 1997, under coach Jim Pyraglios, the club won a record treble of titles winning the Night Series, League Championship and Association Cup.
In 1999, they finished runners up to Inglewood in the Association Cup Final. In 2000, Athena won their fourth Night Series trophy. In 2001, Athena finished runners up in both the Association Cup Final and the Night Series Final to arch rival Perth Italia. In 2002, Athena again finished runners up to Perth Italia, this time in the State Premier League Championship.
In the newly formed Football West, Floreat Athena was competing for their fourth State Premier League title. In 2004, a young squad was assembled under former Floreat Athena players Michael Roki and Taki Nicolaidis. Both players had been part of that 1990 side that went through the entire season undefeated.
After finishing the 2004 season in ninth position, Athena finished fifth in 2005 and fourth in 2006, climbing the ladder. Athena signed former Perth Glory defender Ante Kovacevic who was to prove instrumental in the 2007 season. Jerry Karpeh scored 25 goals and Josip Magdic played the wing. Captain Bajo Savic played his last game for Athena against Cockburn in a match that helped seal the title for Athena. Savic suffered a serious knee injury and subsequently never played again.
In the 2007 Football West Premier League season, Athena clinched the title undefeated with a 15-point gap over second place. There were several notable events during the season:
Being the fourth side in Western Australian State Premier League history to go through an entire season undefeated places Michael Roki and Taki Nicolaidis in the elite category of having played and coached Floreat Athena sides through undefeated seasons.
Following the 2007 season, Floreat Athena dominated almost all opposition but failed to bring home the trophies. The team finished the 2008 season without a title, having lost the Night Series final to arch rival Perth SC on penalties. Athena was to finish Runners up in the 2008 State Premier League to Sorrento whom they had beaten 9–3 on aggregate for the season. Floreat was again defeated by Perth SC in the 2009 Night Series final.
Floreat Athena managed to avenge the defeat Inglewood had inflicted upon them in the 1999 Association (Boral) Cup final by defeating them a decade later in the 2009 Association Cup final. Following the 2010 Night Series, Michael Roki decided it was time to retire due to work and family commitments.
Floreat Athena was taken over by player-coach Ante Kovacevic for the beginning of the 2010 Football West Premier League season. Athena finished a respectable 4th in the league and finished Runners up to the Stirling Lions in the 2010 Association Cup final.
It had been 11 years since Floreat Athena had been crowned Night Series champions. Ten players and management staff left at the end of the 2010 season. Coach Ante Kovacevic and assistant Taki Nicolaides assembled a fresh outfit that won the title in February 2011.
Floreat Athena finished the season at the top of their group, dispatching Armadale and Forrestdale 3–1, and drawing to Inglewood 2–2 with goals coming from Liam Boland, Garin Collins, James Isaia and Danny Trevisol. All three games being played at Alfred Skeet Reserve.
The quarter final against Sorrento was played at Athena's home ground, Litis Stadium. New recruit Dave Houston scored a goal in the 91st minute to set up a semi-final appearance.
The semi-final against Cockburn City was played at 6PR Stadium. Athena went a goal down in the early stages of the first half but Liam Boland scored a goal back. Cockburn defender Paul Natale was sent off in the first half and Floreat Athena took the lead. Early in the second half, Boland scored his second of the game. Garin Collins then added a further two goals to make the score 4–1 and put Athena into another Night Series Grand Final.
Saturday, 19 February 2011, Floreat Athena faced ECU Joondalup at Dorrien Gardens. In the 68th minute, a goal attempt by the right wing by Jack Allen was stopped by the ECU goalkeeper, however Liam Boland scored a goal from three yards. With 15 minutes remaining, a challenge on Athena goalkeeper Alex Dunn forced the no. 1 to leave the field with a head injury. Replacement goalkeeper Simon Madaschi took his place, making several saves in the remaining minutes to hold ECU at bay. The final score was 1–0.
The club had its maiden FFA Cup appearance in 2016, when it qualified for the competition proper at the Round of 32 stage, drawing A-League club Melbourne City FC.