Midfielder Rostyn Griffiths will wear the armband for Perth Glory in the club's 20th season.
The 28-year-old WA-raised dynamo, re-signed with Glory for his second stint with the club earlier this year and was announced club captain on Sunday in front of hundreds of supporters at the QBE Gloryus Family Fun Day at Elizabeth Quay.
Griffiths is one of 14 home-grown players in the squad and the club's ninth captain since its inception, taking over the reins from forrmer skipper Richard Garcia.
"It's a tremendous honour to wear the captain's armband and lead my home-town team" Griffiths said.
"Celebrating the club's 20th anniversary makes it even more special and I'm proud to be part of a squad with so many hardworking and talented individuals."
Irish international striker Andy Keogh was named as the club's Vice-Captain.
"I've always liked to think that I've been a leader during my time at the club and I'm thankful to Kenny Lowe and the club for entrusting me with this responsibility" he said.
"We've got a great squad and we can't wait to hit the ground running."
Meanwhile, Matilda and Perth born striker Samantha Kerr will again lead Perth Glory Women in the W-League which kicks-off in November.
The club used the occasion to unveil its Heritage Kit which is modelled on the original kit from 1996 featuring the iconic rising sun.
Glory will kick off their 2016/17 season against Central Coast Mariners at nib Stadium on Saturday, October 8.
(Photo by Perth Glory)