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  • Belmore to Host Match in 2015


    With the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Grand Final bound and the streets of Belmore buzzing today, Chief Executive Raelene Castle has announced that the Club will host an official NRL game at Belmore Sportsground in 2015 as part of the Bulldogs 80th Anniversary Celebrations.

  • Preliminary Final Judiciary Charges


    The following players have been charged with offences from the weekend’s NRL Finals Week 3 Telstra Premiership matches.

  • Michael Ennis Injury Update


    The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today confirm that Captain Michael Ennis this morning went for scans on his injured foot, suffered during the 18-12 victory over the Penrith Panthers last night at ANZ Stadium.

  • Sheds: Trent Hodkinson


    Half-back Trent Hodkinson spoke inside the dressing sheds to Bulldogs TV about the win over the Penrith Panthers and the week ahead.

  • GF WEEK - Teamstore locations and opening hours


    All hours are in 24 hour time.

  • 2015 Membership - 80 Years Proud and Back to Belmore


    We are tough. We are proud. Our fierce loyalty unites us. Belmore is our spiritual home and while we are part of the fabric of the Canterbury-Bankstown community, our borders have no boundaries.

  • Sheds: David Klemmer


    Hear from young and exciting front-rower David Klemmer after another stellar performance against the Penrith Panthers tonight.

  • Sheds: Josh Jackson


    Hear from back-rower Josh Jackson who scored a great try in the 18-12 win over the Penrith Panthers.

  • Sheds: Josh Reynolds


    Hear from five-eight Josh Reynolds after the 18-12 win over the Penrith Panthers.

  • Preliminary Final Press Conference


    Hear from Coach Des Hasler and Skipper Michael Ennis after the 18-12 win over the Penrith Panthers.