Anzac Day Clash

The Anzac Day clash is an annual Australian rules football match between Australian Football League (AFL) teams Collingwood and Essendon, held on Anzac Day (25 April) at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Read more about Anzac Day Clash:  Early History of Australian Rules On Anzac Day, History of Collingwood–Essendon Anzac Day Clash, Meaning and Significance, Anzac Medal, Match Results, Trivia

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AFL Team Rivalries - Victorian Rivalries - Essendon V Collingwood
... See also Anzac Day clash In the early days of the VFL, this rivalry grew out of several Grand Final meetings 1901, 1902 and 1911 ... of 1984, Essendon scored a 133-point win over Collingwood to this day, it is the biggest win in VFL/AFL finals history ... Since 1995, the rivalry has been defined by the Anzac Day clash, a match generally draws a crowd in excess of 90,000 ...
Anzac Day Clash - Trivia
... Four players have represented both clubs in an Anzac Day clash ... Fletcher of Essendon has played in the most Anzac Day games, with 15 as of 2011 ... Ten players have made their AFL debut in an Anzac Day match Kirk Ugle (2012) Brent Macaffer (2009) Sharrod Wellingham (2008) Travis Cloke (2005) Cameron Cloke (2004) Craig Jacotine (1999 ...

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