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Formed in 1869, the North Melbourne Football Club joined the Victorian Football League in 1925 along with Hawthorn and Footscray. The Kangaroos took 50 years to win their first VFL flag, and have won a total of four premierships, the most recent coming in 1999. In recent times the club has staved off efforts to forcibly shift the Roos to other location, primarily the Gold Coast. While still centred in Melbourne the club has a history of selling home games to the Gold Coast, Sydney, Canberra and currently Hobart.

North Melbourne has played West Coast 43 times, with West Coast leading the head-to head 24-19. The two clubs have played off in finals 4 times for 2 wins apiece.

16 clashes have been at Subiaco Oval, with West Coast winning 12 to the Kangaroos' 4.

6 clashes have been at the WACA, with both sides winning 3 apiece.

9 clashes have been at the MCG, with the Kangaroos winning 6 to West Coast's 3.

3 clashes have been at Docklands, with West Coast winning 2 to the Kangaroos' 1.

2 clashes have been at Princes Park, with the Kangaroos winning both.

1 clash has been at Waverley Park, which was won by West Coast.

3 clashes have been at Manuka Oval, with West Coast winning 2 to the Kangaroos' 1.

1 clash has been at Bellerive, which was won by West Coast.

1 clash has been at Carrara, which was won by the Kangaroos.

1 clash has been at the SCG, which was won by the Kangaroos.


West Coast's biggest win against North Melbourne was by 96 points in the 2012 elimination final. North's biggest win over the Eagles was by 62 points in Round 18 1995.

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