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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.


We are family, and whether you are born into this great Club or are brought into the fold later in life, you are one of us and you are welcome.




As you’ll find in every strong family, there are values and traits that define who you are and what you stand for. Wear the Blue and White with pride, stand together through the highs and the lows, respect the history and traditions of our great Club and enjoy the experience of being part of it. But most of all remember, WE ALL make the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs what it is today.


Our Club is steeped with 80 years of rich memories – this history is owned by you, the Members and people who have witnessed and been part of these moments. As we take a moment next year to look back and celebrate this wonderful milestone, we must also not lose sight of what it takes to continue to build on the solid foundations we have put in place and achieve our goals for the future.


To mark this milestone, a special commemorative logo has been designed, made up of several elements from the Club’s recent and past history – the current jersey, our original CB logo and of course our iconic Bulldog. This logo will be used throughout the 2015 season to display the sense of pride we all share for this auspicious achievement.  And to further mark the milestone, the Bulldogs are pleased to announce that a regular season NRL game will make its return to Belmore Sports Ground in 2015.


Share your stories of what this Club means to you and why you’re proud to be a Bulldog, with everyone. Support your players by showing up en masse on match days – create a sea of Blue and White and cheer them home loudly. Together we will create new memories to pass onto the future generations of Bulldogs.

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.