on August 17, 2016
Thirty years on
on August 10, 2016
A narrow win over the 'Scrays made famous by the post-match words uttered by the opposition coach.
on August 3, 2016
A fond memory for those out at Waverley Park in 1987.
on July 27, 2016
Of all the indignities arising out of 1982, one night out at VFL Park in a meaningless game against an unfamiliar rival and in an unrecognisable jumper summed up Collingwood's plight.
on July 20, 2016
The day Collingwood conquered one of the AFL's greats.
on July 6, 2016
Our first look at Treloar
on June 8, 2016
When Chris Tarrant launched himself into a pack of players in front of him, which included teammate Mark Richardson, as well as Shane Woewodin and Paul Wheatley, he put a down payment on the Mark of the Year.
on June 1, 2016
Alan Didak had never experienced a moment like it; even if the thought had crossed his mind since he was a kid.
on May 18, 2016
This match wasn't simply Collingwood versus Geelong; for much of it, this was Daicos versus Ablett.
on May 11, 2016
It was a match that seemingly had everything, including a victory crafted from adversity, owing to a quartet of injuries, one of which proved career-ending.
on April 6, 2016
It's one of the greatest individual finals performances in Collingwood's history, but for too long it has been overshadowed by what happened in a match a fortnight later.
on March 23, 2016
How a group of new faces and the worst Round 1 loss in Collingwood’s history played a role in changing the course of the club’s future.
on August 4, 2014
The Magpies' relationship with Sydney, the city, dates back to long before South Melbourne packed up its players and headed to the Harbour City in 1982.
In the fourth last match at the ground, 24-year-old Saverio Rocca turned in the most complete performance of his AFL career, bagging 11.1 from 16 kicks to help down Fremantle in Round 10, 1998.
More than 44,000 parochial fans crammed in to see the famous black and white take on the AFL's newest side for the first time on South Australian soil.
At the last moment, it diverted towards the nearest goalpost, and slammed into the woodwork.
In late July and early August 1935 Collingwood and South Melbourne went "on tour" together due to a break in the fixture to foster the game in foreign markets.
It was August 31, 1997 and what started out as a casual Sunday in which the Magpies were about to farewell a season that had been solid - but not good enough - ended up being a date no one would ever forget.
A 17-year-old student from the northern suburbs played his first match for Collingwood in 1979 and as far as debut games go, they don't come much more memorable or any more lop-sided.
It's not every game that players are caught pushing and shoving even before the captains had tossed the coin to see which way the teams were kicking.
on August 3, 2014
The greatest season-on-season turnaround in history.
The other Collingwood-St Kilda draw is almost forgotten now.
The story behind the greatest comeback in Collingwood history
The Magpie Army took things too far when Collingwood lost to Sydney at Victoria Park in 1986.
Collingwood knocked off Sydney across 10 success matches from 2006 to 2011.
Collingwood's win over Hawthorn in the 1978 second semi-final was a triumph - but it came at a cost.
Tom Hafey, four-time Richmond premiership coach, had transferred to Collingwood during the off-season and had been charged with trying to get the Magpies off the bottom of the ladder for the first time in the club's history.
Then Victorian premier Steve Bracks, a Geelong supporter, called on all Victorians to cheer for the black and white in late September 2003. Some did; others found that task too tough.
Herald Sun journalist Glenn McFarlane recalls some of his favourite memories watching the Magpies in the 1980s.
The first time Collingwood met Adelaide was in round 15, 1991, at Victoria Park, and Adelaide was in its inaugural season, having won its first match in Melbourne only the previous week against Richmond.
Arguably Peter Daicos' greatest game was when he kicked 13 goals against the Brisbane Bears on a dewy night on the Gold Coast in Round 20, 1981.
No other non-South Australian team has won as many matches at AAMI Stadium (nee Football Park) as the Magpies, who hold the ledger with 15 wins.
It was 1984, and Australian football's two biggest rivals, Collingwood and Carlton, were squaring off in yet another finals match - this time a semi-final at the ground formerly known as VFL Park, Waverley.
on August 1, 2014
Collingwood was playing Footscray at the Western Oval in a game that transformed from an ordinary mid-season home-and-away match into a dramatic conclusion few would forget.
Andrew Tranquilli played the football match of his life to help steer Collingwood to a remarkable win over the eventual premiers West Coast.
Collingwood has played on 11 other occasions on that date - one before it became a part of the Australian psyche and another 10 times after an act of parliament in 1960 permitted sporting events on ANZAC Day.
Tony Shaw became the second Collingwood footballer to play 300 games, when he ran out onto the MCG against North Melbourne on May 20, 1994.
Gordon Coventry became the first man to kick 1000 goals in VFL/AFL history in Collingwood's draw with Geelong.
Collingwood’s first win against the Swans in Sydney was a memorable match played out in controversial circumstances.
On March 26, 1994 Buckley played his first match in Black and White after a much-publicised move to Collingwood following a brilliant debut season with the Brisbane Bears in 1993.