Collingwood
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Nickname
Magpies
Colours
Black and white
Entered comp
1897
Home ground
MCG (games)
Olympic Park Oval (training)
Victoria Park (historic)
Premierships
15
Most recent
2010
Current coach
Nathan Buckley
Current captain
Scott Pendlebury
Record v WCE
26-30-1

Collingwood was one of the foundation members of the Victorian Football League in 1897, and a competition powerhouse in the 1920s and 1930s. The club had won 13 premierships by 1958, but then entered a 32-year drought, losing eight grand finals during that period before finally breaking through for another flag in 1990. The Magpies won their 15th flag in 2010. Collingwood has developed the largest membership in the league and as a result is one of the most financially successful clubs in the AFL, although this has led to the Magpies being deeply unpopular among supporters of the other clubs.

Head to head[edit | edit source]

Games Wins Losses Draws Win %
Overall 57 30 26 1 53.5%
Finals 9 3 5 1 38.9%
Venue
Subiaco Oval 16 12 4 0 75.0%
Perth Stad 5 3 2 0 60.0%
WACA 3 3 0 0 100.0%
MCG 15 4 11 0 26.7%
Docklands 8 3 5 0 37.5%
Victoria Park 7 4 3 0 57.1%
Waverley 3 1 1 1 50.0%

Every game[edit | edit source]

Year Round Venue Result Score
1987 10 Subiaco W 137-80
1988 4 Victoria Park L 55-94
1988 21 Subiaco W 111-51
1989 11 Subiaco L 81-116
1989 22 Victoria Park L 80-129
1990 1 Subiaco W 100-54
1990 14 Victoria Park L 76-102
1990 QF Waverley D 90-90
1990 QF Replay Waverley L 67-126
1991 2 Waverley W 85-58
1991 17 WACA W 135-54
1992 23 Subiaco L 62-63
1993 13 Victoria Park W 94-71
1994 13 MCG L 84-121
1994 QF WACA W 82-80
1995 2 MCG W 80-76
1995 17 Subiaco W 129-79
1996 11 Subiaco W 115-62
1997 12 Victoria Park W 71-55
1998 2 Subiaco W 116-56
1998 17 Victoria Park W 86-65
1999 3 Victoria Park W 111-75
1999 18 WACA W 108-72
2000 11 Docklands W 128-92
2001 12 Docklands L 92-173
2002 2 MCG L 119-120
2002 17 Subiaco W 114-56
2003 8 Docklands W 119-103
2004 11 Docklands L 75-93
2005 9 MCG L 95-118
2006 7 Subiaco W 112-98
2006 16 Docklands L 90-127
2007 2 Subiaco W 87-75
2007 SF Subiaco L 74-93 (ET)
2008 10 MCG L 73-173
2009 9 Subiaco L 66-88
2010 14 Docklands L 52-135
2011 10 MCG L 53-105
2011 QF MCG L 62-82
2012 13 MCG L 82-85
2012 22 Subiaco W 107-58
2012 SF MCG L 60-73
2013 22 MCG L 39-101
2014 10 MCG L 101-109
2014 20 Subiaco W 126-66
2015 16 Docklands W 87-56
2016 6 Subiaco W 124-62
2016 19 MCG L 72-91
2017 18 Docklands L 85-93
2018 17 MCG W 102-67
2018 QF Perth Stadium W 86-70
2018 GF MCG W 79-74
2019 3 MCG W 98-76
2019 17 Perth Stadium L 77-78
2020 8 Perth Stadium W 111-45
2020 EF Perth Stadium L 75-76
2021 5 Perth Stadium W 103-76

Records[edit | edit source]

Biggest win: 81 points in Round 17 1991 at the WACA

Biggest loss: 100 points in Round 10 2008 at the MCG

Highest score: 137 in Round 10 1987 at Subiaco

Lowest score: 39 in Round 22 2013 at the MCG

Highest score against: 173 in Round 12 2001 at Docklands and then again in Round 10 2008 at the MCG

Lowest score against: 45 in Round 8 2020 at Perth Stadium

Most goals in a match: 7 by Scott Cummings in Round 3 1999 at Victoria Park, again by Cummings in Round 18 1999 at the WACA, and by Josh Kennedy in Round 8 2020 at Perth Stadium

Players to have appeared for both clubs[edit | edit source]

Player WCE games Years at WCE Col games Years at Col
Damien Adkins 32 2003-2006 22 2000-2002
John Annear 58 1987-1990 43 1981-1983
Scott Cummings 46 1999-2001 5 2002
Quinten Lynch 209 2002-2012 18 2013-2014
Geoff Miles 71 1987-1991 31 1982-1984
Chad Morrison 148 1995-2004 21 2005-2006
Chad Rintoul 39 1999-2000 14 2001-2002
Josh Smith 2 2019 32 2016-2018
Brent Tuckey 3 2002 19 1998-2001
Sharrod Wellingham 79 2013-2017 92 2007-2012
Andrew Williams 84 1998-2002 32 2003-2005
Murray Wrensted 29 1987-1988 10 1989-1990
On playing list at both clubs
Brendon Retzlaff 3 1993 0 1991
Scott Thomson 0 1994 0 1993
Lee Walker 0 1993-1994 16 1995-1997

Trade history[edit | edit source]

Year Traded Acquired Notes
1994 Lee Walker Pick 12 (Shane Sikora)
2002 Andrew Williams Damien Adkins
2004 Chad Morrison Pick 37 (Mark LeCras)
2010 Pick 45 (Alex Fasolo) Future third-round pick (ontraded to Hawthorn - Teia Miles)
2012 Pick 18 (Brodie Grundy) Sharrod Wellingham
2013 Pick 6 (Matt Scharenberg)
Pick 44 (Aliir Aliir)
Pick 11 (Dom Sheed)
Pick 31 (Malcolm Karpany)
Pick 49 (Dylan Main)
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