Australian Rules Football

Collingwood Magpies Football Club

Collingwood Magpies Football Club
VFL Club Details
Nickname
The Magpies
Year Formed
1892
Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Club song
Colours
Black and White
Melbourne Cricket Ground The Home Of Collingwood Magpies Football Club
Melbourne Cricket Ground The Home Of Collingwood Magpies Football Club
Capacity
100,000
Address
Collingwood Magpies Football Club
Jolimont Terrace
East Melbourne
VIC 3002
Telephone
61 3 8412 0000
Fax
613 8412 0170
Local Weather
Travel Information
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Airport
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Collingwood Magpies Football Club Fixtures 2008
Date
Mar 29 2008
Apr 05 2008
Apr 12 2008
Apr 20 2008
May 04 2008
May 10 2008
May 17 2008
May 24 2008
Jun 08 2008
Jun 15 2008
Jun 21 2008
Jun 28 2008
Jul 06 2008
Jul 12 2008
Jul 26 2008
Aug 02 2008
Aug 09 2008
Aug 16 2008
Aug 23 2008
Aug 30 2008
Fixture
Port Melbourne
Williamstown
Northern Bullants
Frankston
Geelong
Coburg Tigers
Casey Scorpions
Werribee Tigers
Sandringham
Northern Bullants
Williamstown
Box Hill Hawks
Frankston
North Ballarat
Bendigo Bombers
Geelong
Werribee Tigers
Tasmania
Port Melbourne
Casey Scorpions
Venue
MC Labour Park
Burbank Oval
MC Labour Park
Frankston Oval
MC Labour Park
ABD Group Stadium
Casey Fields
Bartercard Oval
Trevor Barker Beach Oval
MC Labour Park
MC Labour Park
Box Hill City Oval
MC Labour Park
MC Labour Park
MC Labour Park
Skilled Stadium
MC Labour Park
MC Labour Park
TEAC Oval
MC Labour Park
Collingwood Magpies Football Club All Time Records
Record attendance
MCG - 94,825 in round 4 1995: Collingwood 17.9 (111); Essendon 16.15 (111)
Biggest winning margin
32.19 (211) vs. St Kilda in round 17 1980
Biggest losing margin
Longest winning streak
Longest losing streak
Most games
313 by Tony Shaw from 1978 to 1994
Most consecutive games
Most goals
Greatest winning margin in a final
Most goals in a season
Most goals in a game
Biggest finals crowd
121,696 for 1970 grand final at the MCG: Carlton 17.9 (111); Collingwood 14.17 (101)
Collingwood Magpies Football Club Honours
Premierships
Minor Premierships
J.J.Liston Trophy
Wooden Spoons