on November 5, 2018
A handful of highlights from both 2010 grand finals
Rocca's roost seals Magpies' return to the Big Time
A late goal seals a finals win for the ages
on September 5, 2018
A last-gasp winner in a cut-throat final
on September 4, 2018
A legend is born in a moment of magic at VFL Park
on September 27, 2016
Reflections on an under 19s flag.
on August 17, 2016
Thirty years on
on August 3, 2016
A fond memory for those out at Waverley Park in 1987.
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 August 4, 2014
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.
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.
on August 3, 2014
The story behind the greatest comeback in Collingwood 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.
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.
Of all the moments and matches of a frustrating 1998 season, one stands out in the memory of Magpie fans - the 86-point win over Hawthorn at Waverley Park in Round 16.
Mick McGuane's football career could never be defined by 19 seconds of football.
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.
It was the bump that has long helped to define Australian football's fiercest rivalry.
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.