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Football Finals Tickets

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

The AFL Melbourne Demons are preparing to travel to Perth to play the West Coast Eagles on Saturday the 22nd September at Optus Stadium. The match is scheduled for 1.20pm Australian Western Standard Time which is two hours behind Melbourne time. Excited Melbourne Demons fans will be watching the game at 3.20pm Melbourne time.

 

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Some will have flown to Perth to watch their team and will be barracking in their football jumpers, jerseys, guernseys

demons

demons

footy

footy

. Tickets are still available for this Preliminary Final.

 

 

tigers vintage jumper

tigers vintage jumper

Its official tickets for the Richmond Tigers versus Collingwood Magpies are now all sold out in all sections and for both clubs ticket holders. The only available seats and standing room will be in the MCC Membership Area where members queue and scan their barcode on entry hopeful of access. These fans will queue overnight or some time ahead to gain entry.

Collingwood vintage jumper

Collingwood vintage jumper

Two of Melbourne's most popular teams, traditional rivals, Richmond and Collingwood, will play before a capacity crowd on Friday night the 21 September at the MCG at 7.50pm. It promises to be a grand display of footy between two celebrated and widely followed football clubs. Fans will be vocal, loyal, parochial and passionate and will be wearing their footy jumpers, jerseys, guernseys.

Significant Football Jumpers, Jerseys, Guernseys

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Over a period of time AFL clubs have evolved the use of special football jumpers, jerseys, guernseys to commenorate significant events in the clubs history.

 

proud 150th anniversary jumper

proud 150th anniversary jumper

Originally confined to the home and away clash series of jumpers, now they are used for celebrations, special matches, fundraisers and to draw attention to specific causes.

magpies jumper

magpies jumper

Stkilda have played in a purple guernsey to highlight captain, Nick Riewoldt's sister Maddie, and her fatal battle with cancer. All clubs have participated in the Dreamtime series of guernseys to show respect, and honour the contribution that indigenous players have made to AFL football.

 

 

blues

blues 

 

Carlton Football Club started the trend of wearing non traditional jumpers back in 1997, when they donned a light blue guernsey, to celebrate the launch of a new flavour of M&M. They were a CFC sponsor at that time.

 

Iconic Roy's

Iconic Fitzroy's Jumper with Quit logo

Anzac day matches have been addressed by the clubs wearing an Anzac insignia or logo on the front of the guernsey, as  worn in the Saints versus Swans, Anzac day game in New Zealand. Collingwood and Essendon have a badge on the front of their guernseys to commenorate the diggers for their epic Anzac day clash at the MCG.

 

Bombers Football Jumper

Bombers Football Jumper

White has been introduced into many teams colours for clash purposes, so they are able to be differentiated from the rival club. Coverage by 6sk

Saints Anzac guernsey

Saints Anzac guernsey

Media, players and commentators welcome this to avoid on field confusion.

 

End of Season Blues

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Its Round 21 in the AFL with only 3 more games to play for season 2012 .The top three spots on the ladder are filled by , bird mascots , the Swans , Crows and Magpies . Following are the Hawks and Eagles , even more bird monikers .

The race for the Finals is on . Essendon  and Fremantle battle for eighth spot , ahead off the Saints and Blues ,who appear to be out of contention on tenth and eleventh spot respectively .

Those teams who can't play finals footy, are already talking up their chances for season 2013 . Many players are being signed

to contract extensions , whilst other players talk retirement.

 

 

Football fans, are battle weary after a wet, cold season . Many are keeping the belief that their team will be triumphant in September . All are getting along to matches wearing their football jumpers , jerseys , guernseys .

The 2012 Fixture

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

The Draw has been announced for the 2012 Footy Season . GWS joins the competition , making it an 18 team fixture , with more interstate matches , and a bye period of rest breaks , for all teams.

 

crows

crows

All Clubs are required to travel interstate at least five times . Collingwood , Hawthorn and Geelong , the top three finishers in 2011 have big games scheduled. The  AFL hopes these games can draw large crowds ,  will provide great entertainment , and  help to consolidate these teams ,  and footy's popularity .

 

Geelong unfurls its premiership flag in round 4 , and the Saints face Freo in their first game since the coach poaching saga  .The Blues play six games on Friday night , and North Melbourne  make the most interstate trips with Games scheduled in Hobart .

 

north

north

Queensland Clubs , the Lions and Suns , play the most games in the Saturday afternoon twilight timeslot , and the Cats and Magpies meet twice in GF replays in rounds 8 & 16 .

Big Games will continue with the  Magpies playing the Bombers on Anzac Day, Freo versus Carlton in the annual Len Hall Tribute Match , Demons tackling the Magpies on Queen's Birthday Monday, Essendon and Richmond clashing in the 'Dreamtime at the 'G' match in round eight, and St Kilda hosting Carlton on a Monday night match.

 

tigers

tigers

Interstate teams will continue to play each other in the two 'Derbies' between Fremantle and West Coast, two 'Showdowns' between Adelaide and Port Adelaide, two Brisbane Lions- Gold Coast 'Q-Clashes' and, for the first time, two all-Sydney clashes between the Giants and Swans.

carlton

carlton

The 2012 AFL fixture promises much.  Football fans will be along to watch , wearing their   football jumpers , jerseys , guernseys .

Its only a Game

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

Tell that to the army of Hawks fans this morning . All , wearing their football jumpers , jerseys , guernseys , spent last night riveted on the edge of their seats , watching the Finals match between the Hawks and Magpies . The Hawks ferocious onslaught , on Collingwood , continued relentlessly all night . They outplayed , out-tackled and out - manoeuvred the Pies , in front off a spellbound audience , of footy fans . It was a magical game that Hawthorn deserved to win . Such is the fickle nature of footy , that a late snap at goal by a reject from another club , Luke Ball , saw the Pies run out victors .

wce eagles new jumper

wce eagles new jumper

wce eagles second final

wce eagles second final

Emotions boiled over . Jeff Kennett didn't get to don the striped jacket , whilst Eddie and his boys jumped for joy . Hawks coach , Clarkson , punched the roof of the coaches box at ground level , whilst Mick , behind glass , squeezed out a reluctant tear . Collingwood, get to play in another Grand Final , whilst Hawthorn can only ponder what could've been .

 

The Magpies have been exposed ,  and however wins out of today's Preliminary Final , be it the Cats , or Eagles , will be more confident they can topple the Pies machine , and create their own Finals history .

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