Collingwood Football Club. By Hollee Mandelt 7 White 2013. Contents. Front Page Contents About & History From The Club The Pies In The Community Uniform Coach, Captain And Team Theme Song Membership And Attendance Players With Big Stats At CFC 2013 Images Bibliography.
About & History From The Club
The Pies In The Community
Coach, Captain And Team
Membership And Attendance
Players With Big Stats At CFC 2013
Established in 1892.
The Collingwood Football Club is the biggest and most famous sporting club in Australia.
The Magpies have won 15 VFL/AFL premierships and have contested more Grand Finals (43 - including two in 1977 and 2010) than any other club.
The CFC strives to be highly involved in local communities. Some ways they get involved are:
The Collingwood Football Club Foundation. A set up to for the Magpie community to connect locally, especially with youth people.
Pie In The Sky Travel. An airline association allowing the strong hearted fans to travel Magpie style.
The Pies wear white and black vertically striped guernseys.
Their guernseys do have a minor change for home and away games. It swaps from black with white stripes and numbers to white with black stripes and numbers.
As all other club the Pies also change their
shorts for the game type.
Nathan Buckley - Senior Coach
Nick Maxwell - Captain
Rodney Eades - Interim Director of Football
Matthew Lappin - Assistant Coach (Forwards)
Robert Harvey - Assistant Coach (Midfield)
Ben Hart - Assistant Coach (Backline)
Eddie McGuire - President
As of September 2nd 2013, CFC has 80,338 members.
The Pies offer over 8 membership types ranging from youth to dining.
Collingwood was apart of the highest attendance at the MCG this year being 93,373 people. This was the clash against Essendon in Round 5.
Lyrics are as follows to the tune of Goodbye Dolly Gray,
Good old Collingwood forever, We know how to play the game.
Side by side we stick together, To uphold the Magpies name.
Hear the barrackers a shouting, As all barrackers should,
Oh, the premiership's a cakewalk For the good old Collingwood.
Most Goals – Travis Cloke (66)
Most Points/Behinds – Travis Cloke (50)
Most Kicks – Dane Swan (421)
Most Disposals – Dane Swan (695)
Most Tackles – Jarryd Blair (117)
Most Handballs – Scott Pendlebury (325)
Most Marks – Dane Swan (120)
Most Number Of Dream Team Points – Dane Swan (2584)