The GIANTS may be the Australian Football League's youngest club, having entered the competition at the beginning of the 2012 season, but the GIANTS have already begun to build a rich history.


Since the club's formation, it has helped to grow the game in Western Sydney and the ACT through numerous community programs, while the GIANTS' on-field success has also helped to bring new fans to the game with the club's membership growing year-on-year.


In the GIANTS' nine AFL seasons to date the club has made finals four times, winning a final in each September campaign. The GIANTS made their first AFL Grand Final in 2019 and produced their first Coleman Medallist in that same season, with Jeremy Cameron kicking 67 goals in the home-and-away season.


The GIANTS formed a strategic partnership with Netball NSW in 2016 which saw GIANTS Netball take to the court in the newly-formed Super Netball competition in 2017, making the GIANTS one of only two clubs to have a Football and Netball team at the elite level.


In 2016 the GIANTS were also granted a license to field a team in the AFL Women's competition. The arrival of the AFLW GIANTS team in 2017 has seen women's football across New South Wales and the ACT flourish with Women's Football becoming one of the fastest growing sports in the country.