- Founded and launched by the Coolbinia Bombers Junior football Club the first Starkick session was held on Sunday the 28th of April 2015 and 9 News covered the historic day.
- In its first year 47 children with disabilites joined as members, with some parents travelling 100's of kilometres to attend.
- Fremantle Dockers Football club partner to support the program through providing footballs and player visits.
- The Starkick motto was set - "If you want to play, we will find a way!"
Joondalup-Kinross JFC launches as a new Starkick centre.
The Starkick program wins a number of State and National Awards including;
- Fox Footy Club Award
- WACOSS - WA Community Service Excellence Award
- Department Sport and Recreation Industry Award - Committment to Participation
- National Finalist IDPWD Awards at Parliament House Canberra. Fremantle FC visit and testimonial in recognition of the Starkick and Fremantle partnership
- East Fremantle JFC joins as the 3rd Starkick centre.
- For the first time ever players came together for a series of games on Langley Park as part of the Metro Central Gala Day. 9 News were on hand to cover the historic occasion when Starkick players got to pull on their club jumper, just like everyone else.
- Quinns Bulls become the 4th Starkick centre in WA.
- Curtin University and Ability Centre undertake a 12 month study to the benefits of Starkick for children.
- Researchers invited to present their findings at a Global Paediatric conference held in Paris, France.
- As more clubs become interested FFC helped compile a Testimonial video to help spread the word further to more community clubs.
- Starkick players get to particpate half time of the WAFL Grand final held at Optus stadium
- North Mandurah JFC joins the Starkick family.
- Starkick clubs join the fun at the Metro North Gala day where players from the Perth Football League Integrated competition come along to Umpire and lend their support.
- Fremantle Football Club continue player visits and support, as Starkick clubs come together for a fun night of Starkick under lights
- Ryan Plummer is the first Starkick player to transitions from the junior program to join the Senior (Adult) Integrated Competiton.
- Sorrento-Duncraig JFC and Kingsway JFC join as the newest Starkick centres.
- Carey Park in the South West, become the first club outside Perth metro to launch Starkick.
- Piara Waters launches their Starkick team.
- A Starkick Co-ordinator appointed by the WAFC to assist clubs and help further grow the program.
- Starkick teams feature at half time of the WAFL grand final held at Optus stadium.
- Ownership of the Starkick trademark and responsibility for supporting the program transfers from the Coolbinia JFC to the Western Australian Football Commission.
- New metro Starkick centres launch at Warnbro Swans JFC, High Wycombe JFC, Ellenbrook JFC,
- Manjimup JFC in the South West as well as SDJFA Albany in the Great Southern extend Starkick into more regional areas
- A total of 15 Starkick centres now running across Perth metro, the South West and the Great Southern
- Starkick website launched.
- Starkick becomes an offical partner of the Fremantle Football Clubs, Purple Hands Foundation
- Starkick clubs invited to play half time of Purple Hands Foundation Round - Fremantle v Brisbane, Optus Stadium