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Beginnings: The Richmond Football Club was officially formed at the Royal Hotel in Richmond on 20 February 1885. A successful application for immediate admission to the Victorian Football Association followed – the VFA was the premier Australian football competition at this time. The club home was Punt Road Oval.

Records:
  • * Record Attendance: 91,936 in round 4 1977
  • * Most Games: 403 by Kevin Bartlett from 1965 to 1983
  • * Biggest finals crowd: 119,165 for the 1969 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
13 Richmond 22 8 14 0 1713 2155 79.5 32

Grand recollections: Kamdyn McIntosh

Grand recollections: McIntosh Kamdyn McIntosh reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, hard-running wingman Kamdyn McIntosh has his say on the Tigers’ tremendous triumph. 

The Grand Final lead-up

“It was pretty hectic, full-on. There was a lot of noise around the outside of the Club, fans and social media and things like that. But when we were inside here at the Club, we all kept each other calm and bounced off each other with a few jokes, just to keep us level-headed and not looking too far ahead. We were staying in the moment . . . It felt like it went long (the week) because we played two games in a month through the finals period . . . So we were all a little bit anxious, wanting to get out there, but it was pretty unreal.”

The...


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The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

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The premiership cup tour is now underway

It’s been 37 years in the making, but the tour of Richmond’s latest premiership cup is now underway.

The prized piece of silverware that the Tigers secured following their glorious 2017 Grand Final triumph over Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday, September 30, is on display today (Friday, October 20) in the Sports Hall at the Swinburne Centre, Punt Road Oval from 9am-3pm.

Over the coming months, the 2017 premiership cup will be visiting regional Victoria and a majority of capital cities throughout Australia, so the Tiger Army can have a meet and greet with AFL football’s ‘Holy Grail’.

Here is the itinerary for the Richmond 2017 premiership cup tour . . .

Keep up-to-date with the 2017 premiership cup tour and any changes/updates to the schedule

  • Saturday, October 21: Cardinia Shire, Officer Community Hub, 2 Parker Street, Officer,...

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Read more: The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

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The premiership cup tour is now underway

It’s been 37 years in the making, but the tour of Richmond’s latest premiership cup is now underway.

The prized piece of silverware that the Tigers secured following their glorious 2017 Grand Final triumph over Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday, September 30, is on display today (Friday, October 20) in the Sports Hall at the Swinburne Centre, Punt Road Oval from 9am-3pm.

Over the coming months, the 2017 premiership cup will be visiting regional Victoria and a majority of capital cities throughout Australia, so the Tiger Army can have a meet and greet with AFL football’s ‘Holy Grail’.

Here is the itinerary for the Richmond 2017 premiership cup tour . . .

Keep up-to-date with the 2017 premiership cup tour and any changes/updates to the schedule

  • Saturday, October 21: Cardinia Shire, Officer Community Hub, 2 Parker Street, Officer,...

Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

1_OJ011017MD0980.JPG

The premiership cup tour is now underway

It’s been 37 years in the making, but the tour of Richmond’s latest premiership cup is now underway.

The prized piece of silverware that the Tigers secured following their glorious 2017 Grand Final triumph over Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday, September 30, is on display today (Friday, October 20) in the Sports Hall at the Swinburne Centre, Punt Road Oval from 9am-3pm.

Over the coming months, the 2017 premiership cup will be visiting regional Victoria and a majority of capital cities throughout Australia, so the Tiger Army can have a meet and greet with AFL football’s ‘Holy Grail’.

Here is the itinerary for the Richmond 2017 premiership cup tour . . .

Keep up-to-date with the 2017 premiership cup tour and any changes/updates to the schedule

  • Saturday, October 21: Cardinia Shire, Officer Community Hub, 2 Parker Street, Officer,...

Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

1_OJ011017MD0980.JPG

The premiership cup tour is now underway

It’s been 37 years in the making, but the tour of Richmond’s latest premiership cup is now underway.

The prized piece of silverware that the Tigers secured following their glorious 2017 Grand Final triumph over Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday, September 30, is on display today (Friday, October 20) in the Sports Hall at the Swinburne Centre, Punt Road Oval from 9am-3pm.

Over the coming months, the 2017 premiership cup will be visiting regional Victoria and a majority of capital cities throughout Australia, so the Tiger Army can have a meet and greet with AFL football’s ‘Holy Grail’.

Here is the itinerary for the Richmond 2017 premiership cup tour . . .

Keep up-to-date with the 2017 premiership cup tour and any changes/updates to the schedule

  • Saturday, October 21: Cardinia Shire, Officer Community Hub, 2 Parker Street, Officer,...

Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: The Tigers’ 2017 premiership cup tour

Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Nankervis Toby Nankervis reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ new No. 1 ruckman Toby Nankervis reflects on the tremendous triumph. 

Grand Final lead-up

“It was an awesome week and we tried to keep it as normal as we could. The parade was obviously pretty special. To see the support we had from our fans, and I had a few of my family over, so it was just amazing to share it with them as well.” 

The big game itself

“It was fierce . . . it was always going to be a tough game. They’re such a good team, Adelaide. We knew we had to be at our best to compete with them. The game’s a bit of a blur, actually. Hopefully I’ll get to sit down and have a good look at it because it’s pretty...


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Read more: Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Nankervis Toby Nankervis reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ new No. 1 ruckman Toby Nankervis reflects on the tremendous triumph. 

Grand Final lead-up

“It was an awesome week and we tried to keep it as normal as we could. The parade was obviously pretty special. To see the support we had from our fans, and I had a few of my family over, so it was just amazing to share it with them as well.” 

The big game itself

“It was fierce . . . it was always going to be a tough game. They’re such a good team, Adelaide. We knew we had to be at our best to compete with them. The game’s a bit of a blur, actually. Hopefully I’ll get to sit down and have a good look at it because it’s pretty...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Nankervis Toby Nankervis reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ new No. 1 ruckman Toby Nankervis reflects on the tremendous triumph. 

Grand Final lead-up

“It was an awesome week and we tried to keep it as normal as we could. The parade was obviously pretty special. To see the support we had from our fans, and I had a few of my family over, so it was just amazing to share it with them as well.” 

The big game itself

“It was fierce . . . it was always going to be a tough game. They’re such a good team, Adelaide. We knew we had to be at our best to compete with them. The game’s a bit of a blur, actually. Hopefully I’ll get to sit down and have a good look at it because it’s pretty...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Nankervis Toby Nankervis reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ new No. 1 ruckman Toby Nankervis reflects on the tremendous triumph. 

Grand Final lead-up

“It was an awesome week and we tried to keep it as normal as we could. The parade was obviously pretty special. To see the support we had from our fans, and I had a few of my family over, so it was just amazing to share it with them as well.” 

The big game itself

“It was fierce . . . it was always going to be a tough game. They’re such a good team, Adelaide. We knew we had to be at our best to compete with them. The game’s a bit of a blur, actually. Hopefully I’ll get to sit down and have a good look at it because it’s pretty...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Grand recollections: Toby Nankervis

Grand recollections: Dion Prestia

Grand recollections: Prestia Dion Prestia reflects on the 2017 Premiership.

We continue our special post-season series revealing the thoughts of Richmond’s latest premiership heroes on that wonderful one day in September 2017. Today, the Tigers’ prized mature-age midfield recruit, Dion Prestia, talks about the tremendous triumph.

Grand Final lead-up

“The week was actually pretty normal. It was a bit different to what I thought it would be until the parade on the Friday . . . At the parade was when the nerves started kicking in and you started realising the occasion . . . But once that was over you could go home and do your normal routine. And then Saturday morning was good, being a day game. You could pretty much get up, have ‘brekky’, and then head to the ground. But the nerves were definitely kicking in around then . . .”

The big game itself

“Probably the thing that I’ll always...


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Read more: Grand recollections: Dion Prestia

An unparalleled premiership

GF: Highlights Watch the highlights from the 2017 premiership.

Evaluating the merits of one premiership against another is like comparing the love you feel for each of your children.

The bottom line is that they all have a special place in your heart and it’s not fair to distinguish between them.

That said, given I’ve had a couple of weeks to reflect on Richmond’s glorious, drought-breaking 2017 premiership triumph, I can’t help but feel that this is, if not the best, then undoubtedly the most significant in the Club’s long, proud history.

For a whole generation of Tiger fans, this is their first premiership, and that’s what makes it so exceptional.

Like many older Richmond supporters, I had the wonderful experience of sharing the stirring Grand Final win against Adelaide, and subsequent celebrations, with my children – Emily (22) and Laura (19).

It meant to world to me to see the...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: An unparalleled premiership

An unparalleled premiership

GF: Highlights Watch the highlights from the 2017 premiership.

Evaluating the merits of one premiership against another is like comparing the love you feel for each of your children.

The bottom line is that they all have a special place in your heart and it’s not fair to distinguish between them.

That said, given I’ve had a couple of weeks to reflect on Richmond’s glorious, drought-breaking 2017 premiership triumph, I can’t help but feel that this is, if not the best, then undoubtedly the most significant in the Club’s long, proud history.

For a whole generation of Tiger fans, this is their first premiership, and that’s what makes it so exceptional.

Like many older Richmond supporters, I had the wonderful experience of sharing the stirring Grand Final win against Adelaide, and subsequent celebrations, with my children – Emily (22) and Laura (19).

It meant to world to me to see the...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: An unparalleled premiership

An unparalleled premiership

GF: Highlights Watch the highlights from the 2017 premiership.

Evaluating the merits of one premiership against another is like comparing the love you feel for each of your children.

The bottom line is that they all have a special place in your heart and it’s not fair to distinguish between them.

That said, given I’ve had a couple of weeks to reflect on Richmond’s glorious, drought-breaking 2017 premiership triumph, I can’t help but feel that this is, if not the best, then undoubtedly the most significant in the Club’s long, proud history.

For a whole generation of Tiger fans, this is their first premiership, and that’s what makes it so exceptional.

Like many older Richmond supporters, I had the wonderful experience of sharing the stirring Grand Final win against Adelaide, and subsequent celebrations, with my children – Emily (22) and Laura (19).

It meant to world to me to see the...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: An unparalleled premiership

An unparalleled premiership

GF: Highlights Watch the highlights from the 2017 premiership.

Evaluating the merits of one premiership against another is like comparing the love you feel for each of your children.

The bottom line is that they all have a special place in your heart and it’s not fair to distinguish between them.

That said, given I’ve had a couple of weeks to reflect on Richmond’s glorious, drought-breaking 2017 premiership triumph, I can’t help but feel that this is, if not the best, then undoubtedly the most significant in the Club’s long, proud history.

For a whole generation of Tiger fans, this is their first premiership, and that’s what makes it so exceptional.

Like many older Richmond supporters, I had the wonderful experience of sharing the stirring Grand Final win against Adelaide, and subsequent celebrations, with my children – Emily (22) and Laura (19).

It meant to world to me to see the...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: An unparalleled premiership

Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick analyses the Grand Final Damien Hardwick joins On The Couch to analyse the 2017 Grand Final.

Damien Hardwick has become the first ‘outsider’ to coach Richmond to a premiership in the Club’s 109-year league football history.

Hardwick is the only one of Richmond’s seven league premiership coaches not to have previously played for the Tigers.

He was a premiership player with Essendon and Port Adelaide, before embarking on his coaching career, as an assistant to Alastair Clarkson at Hawthorn.

Since taking the coaching reins at Richmond, Hardwick has coached the Tigers in 180 games, for 89 wins, 85 losses and two draws, which is a success strike rate of 51.1 percent.

Only Tigerland ‘Immortals’ Jack Dyer and Tommy Hafey have had more games as Richmond’s coach than Hardwick.

Dyer coached the Tigers in 222 games, while Hafey is the Club’s coaching record-holder, with 248...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick analyses the Grand Final Damien Hardwick joins On The Couch to analyse the 2017 Grand Final.

Damien Hardwick has become the first ‘outsider’ to coach Richmond to a premiership in the Club’s 109-year league football history.

Hardwick is the only one of Richmond’s seven league premiership coaches not to have previously played for the Tigers.

He was a premiership player with Essendon and Port Adelaide, before embarking on his coaching career, as an assistant to Alastair Clarkson at Hawthorn.

Since taking the coaching reins at Richmond, Hardwick has coached the Tigers in 180 games, for 89 wins, 85 losses and two draws, which is a success strike rate of 51.1 percent.

Only Tigerland ‘Immortals’ Jack Dyer and Tommy Hafey have had more games as Richmond’s coach than Hardwick.

Dyer coached the Tigers in 222 games, while Hafey is the Club’s coaching record-holder, with 248...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick analyses the Grand Final Damien Hardwick joins On The Couch to analyse the 2017 Grand Final.

Damien Hardwick has become the first ‘outsider’ to coach Richmond to a premiership in the Club’s 109-year league football history.

Hardwick is the only one of Richmond’s seven league premiership coaches not to have previously played for the Tigers.

He was a premiership player with Essendon and Port Adelaide, before embarking on his coaching career, as an assistant to Alastair Clarkson at Hawthorn.

Since taking the coaching reins at Richmond, Hardwick has coached the Tigers in 180 games, for 89 wins, 85 losses and two draws, which is a success strike rate of 51.1 percent.

Only Tigerland ‘Immortals’ Jack Dyer and Tommy Hafey have had more games as Richmond’s coach than Hardwick.

Dyer coached the Tigers in 222 games, while Hafey is the Club’s coaching record-holder, with 248...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick’s history-making feat

Hardwick analyses the Grand Final Damien Hardwick joins On The Couch to analyse the 2017 Grand Final.

Damien Hardwick has become the first ‘outsider’ to coach Richmond to a premiership in the Club’s 109-year league football history.

Hardwick is the only one of Richmond’s seven league premiership coaches not to have previously played for the Tigers.

He was a premiership player with Essendon and Port Adelaide, before embarking on his coaching career, as an assistant to Alastair Clarkson at Hawthorn.

Since taking the coaching reins at Richmond, Hardwick has coached the Tigers in 180 games, for 89 wins, 85 losses and two draws, which is a success strike rate of 51.1 percent.

Only Tigerland ‘Immortals’ Jack Dyer and Tommy Hafey have had more games as Richmond’s coach than Hardwick.

Dyer coached the Tigers in 222 games, while Hafey is the Club’s coaching record-holder, with 248...


Read full article on AFL Richmond AFLComAu


Read more: Hardwick’s history-making feat

Richmond announced as VicHealth partner

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Richmond CEO Brendon Gale and AFLW football operations manager Kate Sheahan were on hand to announce the new partnership with VicHealth.

Richmond is pleased to announce a new partnership with VicHealth: investing in an exciting initiative set to not only increase the profile of women’s sport, but create new opportunities for Victorian women and girls to partake in sport and physical activity.

One of 19 sporting organisations selected, Richmond will support VicHealth’s This Girl Can - Victoria campaign by working closely with the health promotion foundation to continue to raise the profile of women’s sport and tackle key barriers to women being active.

Not only will a variety of female ambassadors share their stories to help inspire others, but a number of Club driven initiatives aim to connect the campaign with our fans and wider Tiger community.

“We are thrilled Richmond Football...


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Read more: Richmond announced as VicHealth partner

Richmond announced as VicHealth partner

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Richmond CEO Brendon Gale and AFLW football operations manager Kate Sheahan were on hand to announce the new partnership with VicHealth.

Richmond is pleased to announce a new partnership with VicHealth: investing in an exciting initiative set to not only increase the profile of women’s sport, but create new opportunities for Victorian women and girls to partake in sport and physical activity.

One of 19 sporting organisations selected, Richmond will support VicHealth’s This Girl Can - Victoria campaign by working closely with the health promotion foundation to continue to raise the profile of women’s sport and tackle key barriers to women being active.

Not only will a variety of female ambassadors share their stories to help inspire others, but a number of Club driven initiatives aim to connect the campaign with our fans and wider Tiger community.

“We are thrilled Richmond Football...


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Read more: Richmond announced as VicHealth partner


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