on July 8, 2018
Our greatest flag ever?
on June 2, 2018
The history of our club logo
on May 20, 2018
Vale two young Magpies
on April 20, 2018
The Collingwood Football Club has been lucky enough to receive a number of important donations recently, including one of Marcus Whelan’s Premiership medals. Whelan’s 1936…
on January 4, 2018
Our first 'feeder' club
on September 28, 2017
Rare glimpse of Magpie legend
on May 21, 2017
A rare honour for our legendary teams of the late 1920s
on April 20, 2017
The story behind Doc Seddon's horseshoe
on March 31, 2017
A landmark milestone for footy's biggest club
Precious relics from our golden era
on October 7, 2016
A forgotten Copeland winner.
on September 27, 2016
Reflections on an under 19s flag.
on September 7, 2016
Good luck topping this
on August 11, 2016
Our famous theme song was actually written in Tasmania.
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 13, 2016
Collingwood had a plan at the start of the 2001 season - as a team, they had to learn to win on the road or run the risk of being also-rans for the foreseeable future.
on June 29, 2016
Our greatest quarters
on June 22, 2016
How does Collingwood fare after the bye? In the lead-up to Friday night's clash with Fremantle at the MCG, we take a look at how the Magpies have dealt with the “dreaded bye” since its return in 2011.
on June 15, 2016
The tradition continues
on May 25, 2016
So much of the focus on Robert Rose's life centres on the tragic turn of events that followed one night in February 1974, but what should never be lost was what came before it, and what fine young sportsman he was.
on May 11, 2016
Next time you worry about how the Collingwood players cope with travelling interstate to play footy, spare a thought for Jack Denning.
on May 4, 2016
...and a date with destiny.
on April 27, 2016
No trip to Perth has ever had the significance of what happened when a group of Magpies players and officials came to town in 1927. It was the trip that kick-started a run of four consecutive premierships.
on April 21, 2016
Collingwood has had a rich tradition of blooding young players in big games, with the likes of Len Thompson, Rene Kink and Ian Cooper among a long list of Magpies to play their first games in September.
on April 20, 2016
It was to be one of the bleakest years in Australia's history, and if it hadn't have been for the Collingwood Football Club, it's doubtful whether there would have been any VFL football played in 1916.
on April 13, 2016
The one thing that has been a key element of Collingwood's relationship with Melbourne throughout their sometimes tempestuous relationship is the well-worn path from one club to the other.
on March 30, 2016
Jack Dyer called it "a blind, unreasoning hatred" and it's no stretch to say that the feeling is most definitely mutual.
on October 24, 2014
A mystery benefactor donated $1.5 million worth of memorabilia to Collingwood in August 2014.
Collingwood's In Black and White Magazine was first published in 1959.
on October 10, 2014
Bill Strickland, the first captain of Collingwood, kept a scrapbook outlining his playing career for both Collingwood and Carlton.
on August 26, 2014
The Collingwood Cricket Club was formed on 18 June, 1906, and played its home matches at Victoria Park from 1906 until 1996, when it merged with the Camberwell Cricket Club to form the Camberwell Magpies.
The history of the Britannia Football Club, the precursor to the Collingwood Football Club.
Gordon Coventry was suspended in controversial circumstances in 1936.
on August 24, 2014
Lou Richards decided to retire before the end of the 1955 season.
On October 7, 1991, tragedy descended upon the Collingwood Football Club when premiership hero Darren Millane died in a drink-driving car accident.
In 1982, Ranald Macdonald pushed forward the campaign of 'the New Magpies', sending the club into the brink of extinction.
The Collingwood Football Club launched its first website in 1995, alerting members via an article published in the 'In Black and White' magazine.
on August 23, 2014
The Australia international rules (AIR) football team participates in a hybrid sport derived from AFL and Gaelic football.
A season-by-season breakdown of the club's membership total since 1984.
A brief history of 'Good Old Collingwood Forever'.
The McClelland Trophy is awarded to the club that finishes first on the ladder after the completion of the home-and-away season.
The club’s motto, Floreat Pica, was suggested by treasurer and former player Bob Rush in 1910.
Ask anyone who has ever been lucky enough to play at least one senior game in Black and White, and they will tell their life has been changed by the experience.
The simple black-and-white striped guernsey has become a part of Collingwood since day one, and has become the most instantly recognisable club symbol of all.
on August 4, 2014
It is not an exaggeration to suggest that the colossus that is Collingwood might not be here today if it had not been for Copeland’s indefatigable and resourceful management.
on August 3, 2014
Collingwood has won its fair share of one-sided contests against Fremantle since the Dockers joined the AFL in 1995.
It is hard to think of a bigger transformation than the one Dermott Brereton underwent in his association with Collingwood and its army of fans.
Collingwood's experience with Queenslanders hadn't been too kind until a kid called Gavin Crosisca appeared.
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's rare that a SANFL grand final has interested Collingwood supporters, but that's precisely what happened in October 1992.
The history of guernsey numbers in the 40s makes for a fascinating read.
on August 1, 2014
Des Healey deserved much more than to be just being remembered for his last few seconds as a Collingwood footballer.
For during a period through the early to mid-1980s, Collingwood and Richmond waged one of the most bitter and personal recruiting wars ever seen in football.
on August 29, 2013
In 1984, forty Collingwood players had participated in a mental training program with the club's psychologist.
on August 24, 2013
Strauchanie was drafted by the Collingwood Football Club in 2004 and rose to immediate prominence by immediately declaring himself "a legend of the game".