History of The Collingwood Football Club

History Of The Collingwood Football Club

The Collingwood Football Club is an Australian rules football club involved, and playing in the Australian Football League.

Like many Victorian AFL clubs, Collingwood has an extensive and detailed history extending back 117 years, it initially represented the inner Melbourne suburb of Collingwood, Victoria, however its supporter base, while rooted in the city of Melbourne, extends throughout Australia. It has won 15 VFL/AFL premierships, second to Essendon and Carlton with 16. They hold the record for most premierships in a row with 4 (1927–1930) and remain the only club to have gone through a full home and away season undefeated (1929).

This article explores the history of the club from its formation over 110 years ago, in the early 1890s, to the current season.

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