Results

Australië - Western Australia Premier League 05/28 07:00 10 [2] Perth RedStar FC v Sorrento FC [4] W 4-2
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 05/21 07:00 9 [2] Perth RedStar FC v Perth Glory NPL [6] W 5-0
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 05/14 07:00 8 [12] Balcatta v Perth RedStar FC [4] W 1-2
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 05/07 07:00 7 Perth RedStar FC v Perth SC - PPT.
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 04/30 07:00 6 [10] Armadale v Perth RedStar FC [2] W 1-4
Australië - FFA Cup - Kwal. 04/23 07:00 - Perth RedStar FC v Sorrento FC L 1-3
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 04/16 07:00 5 [1] Perth RedStar FC v Stirling Macedonia [5] L 3-4
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 04/09 07:00 4 [2] Floreat Athena v Perth RedStar FC [1] L 3-2
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 04/02 07:00 3 [2] Perth RedStar FC v Inglewood United [5] W 2-0
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 03/26 07:00 2 [4] Bayswater City v Perth RedStar FC [2] W 2-3
Australië - Western Australia Premier League 03/19 07:00 1 Perth RedStar FC v Gwelup Croatia SC W 2-1
Australië - Vriendschappelijke wedstrijden 02/26 11:00 - Perth RedStar FC v Stirling Macedonia L 2-4

Stats

 TotalThuisUit
Matches played 32 16 16
Wins 14 6 8
Draws 2 2 0
Losses 16 8 8
Goals for 59 32 27
Goals against 60 33 27
Clean sheets 5 2 3
Failed to score 7 3 4

Wikipedia - Perth RedStar FC

Perth RedStar Football Club is an Australian soccer club from Joondalup, Western Australia currently playing in the National Premier Leagues Western Australia and National Premier Leagues WA Women.

Their home ground is the RedStar Arena at the Joondalup campus of Edith Cowan University.

History

The club was formed in 1992 as Joondalup City Soccer Club and played at the Gumblossom Park in Quinns Rocks. They moved to the Arena Joondalup in 1995 and in their first season in the Semi-pro league finished third in the Professional Soccer Federation of WA third division a great start to top-flight football in the state.

In the first season of the Soccer West Coast Division One, City won promotion to the Premier League as Champions in 1996. Joondalup City's first season in the top flight in 1997 was a moderately successful one, where they finished in a mid-table position and improved to third place in 1998.

In 1999 the club changed its name to ECU Joondalup SC. A successful season saw Paul Simmons' side win the club's first major trophy by taking out the Premier League title, which was their first-ever Premiership after only four seasons in the professional ranks.

Under the guidance of former Perth Glory manager Kenny Lowe, ECU Joondalup SC won their first Championship in 2020 (no Premier was awarded), with striker Danny Hodgson also claiming the season's Golden Boot award with 17 goals.

In February 2022, ECU Joondalup SC and Northern Redbacks WSC announced a merger to create Perth RedStar FC as a new club.