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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

Richmond v Essendon history snapshot

Here is a summary of the recent, and overall, history of the on-field battles between Richmond and Essendon.

 

Recent history

Round 17, 2016

Richmond        3.3       7.3       11.5     16.6 (102)
Essendon        3.3       5.7       8.11     11.17 (83)

Goals – Richmond: Griffiths 3, Lloyd 3, Grigg 2, Martin 2, Hampson, Hunt, Markov, Menadue, Miles, Rioli.
Leading possession-winners – Richmond: Martin 43, Cotchin 35, B. Ellis 31, Miles 26, Short 25, Castagna 23, Hunt 21.
Goals – Essendon: Fantasia 3, Daniher 2, Laverde 2, Hams, Kelly, McKernan, Merrett.
Leading possession-winners – Essendon: Merrett 34, Goddard 27, Bird 24, Kelly 23, Parish 20.

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Round 10, 2016, MCG

Richmond        6.3       8.6       14.8     16.9 (105)
Essendon        3.1       6.2       8.3       10.7 (67)

Goals –...


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Hardwick backs Bolton

Hardwick press conference, May 25 Damien Hardwick speaks to the media ahead of Richmond's Round 10 clash against Essendon.

Richmond coach Damien Hardwick believes talented Tiger teenage small forward Shai Bolton is well equipped to build on the gains he made in his AFL debut against Greater Western Sydney at Spotless Stadium last Saturday.

The 18-year-old had nine disposals, including seven contested possessions, three tackles, and went desperately close to winning the game for the Tigers with a snapshot goal that was subsequently overturned on review.

“It was probably a game of half chances for Shai.  He was thereabouts a couple of times . . . nearly kicked the match-winner,” Hardwick said.

“He’ll be better for the run this week, I’ve got no doubt about that. 

“He’s got some agility, he’s got some toe, he’s got some finish . . . And not much fazes Shai, to be honest. 

“We’ve just...


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Darley to lead Big V

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Richmond VFL captain Sam Darley.

The VFL Tigers will be without captain Sam Darley this Saturday, as they battle Essendon at Punt Road Oval for the annual Sir Doug Nicholls Cup.

Darley, 24, has been handed the honour of captaining the VFL side for this Saturday's state game against West Australian Football League at North Port Oval. 

It marks his second state league call-up since joining Richmond VFL at the beginning of 2016.

While Darley's absence will be noted in the VFL Tigers defence, the side gains Tiger tall Ivan Soldo and hard-running midfielder Anthony Miles who return from AFL duties.

The VFL Tigers were dealt a 55-point loss at the hands of Williamstown last weekend, but will set out to turn their form around against the seventh-ranked Bombers on Saturday. 

Saturday's game kicks off at 4pm and Gates open at 3:30pm. A pre-game ceremony, including a War Cry begins at...


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Swinburne Centre at Punt Road Oval

Richmond Football Club and Swinburne University of Technology have further strengthened their relationship with the establishment of a four-year partnership agreement, which includes the naming rights of the iconic Punt Road Oval.

The partnership also paves the way for collaborations in the areas of research, industry placements, as well as providing access to specialist facilities for Swinburne students.

“This is an incredibly exciting opportunity that works on so many levels,” Richmond CEO Brendon Gale said. “Both organisations have a shared commitment to diversity, equity, education and excellence and the opportunities to integrate this partnership across our business are many, including the future aspirations we have for the development of this facility into the future.”

“Swinburne is a highly-regarded organisation and we have already worked collaboratively with them on the...


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Oh we're from Tigerland: Tahlia Biggs

Australia’s Indigenous culture is celebrated in the AFL this weekend, and on centre stage at the MCG this Saturday night. Through football and Richmond, Tahlia Biggs, a young Aboriginal woman from Albury, is making her way in the big city, and helping make a better world.

Tahlia Biggs, 20, Clayton (via Albury)

Favourite Richmond player
Shane Edwards and Daniel Rioli - “I first met Shane when he spoke to a group of us at KGI and I’ve seen him really take on a leadership role. Daniel is a similar age to me. They’re the two I can relate to the most.”

“I’ve always been surrounded by strong women,” says Tahlia Biggs, a young leader-in-the-making with her roots in the heart of country, and hopes of one day of reaching for the stars.

“In a lot of Aboriginal communities, it’s the aunties and the mothers and grandmothers who are the leaders of family, the matriarchs. Women run the...


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Edwards braced for Bomber raid

Edwards on the War Cry Shane Edwards speaks to the media ahead of the Dreamtime at the 'G match against Essendon.

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Shane Edwards will wear jumper No. 67 for Indigenous Round

INDIGENOUS Tiger Shane Edwards is bracing for a finals-like atmosphere in Saturday night's annual Dreamtime at the 'G clash with Essendon.

Richmond has dominated the match-up in recent times – winning the past five games over the Bombers and six of the last seven – but has lost four straight contests this year after a 5-0 start.

While Essendon is also 5-4, the Bombers are hunting three victories on the trot for the first time in nearly three years.

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"The crowd is so loud (in Dreamtime games) and it's really intense early on, but we need to make sure we weather the storm and bring the pressure," Edwards...


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Caddy set for return

Hardwick press conference, May 25 Damien Hardwick speaks to the media ahead of Richmond's Round 10 clash against Essendon.

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Josh Caddy was a late withdrawal from last Saturday's loss to GWS

Richmond will make at least one change for Saturday night's Dreamtime at the 'G clash against Essendon, with recruit Josh Caddy set to return after one match on the sidelines with groin soreness.

Small forward Dan Butler will miss one more week with a groin complaint, however, meaning first-year Tiger Shai Bolton will hold his spot after an eventful debut in round nine.

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The Tigers have remained upbeat this week after back-to-back heartbreaking defeats, with coach Damien Hardwick focusing on the positives on Thursday.

He said the team reviewed the final stages of last Saturday's three-point...


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Closing the gap on Indigenous incarceration

Indigenous incarceration is costing nearly $8 billion annually and will grow to almost $20 billion per annum by 2040 without further intervention, according to a PwC Australia and PwC’s Indigenous Consulting (PIC) report, developed in collaboration with Richmond Football Club, the Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI) and Change the Record. 

The report was released today in order to ‘unlock the facts’ and raise awareness about the disproportionately high rates and social and economic costs of Indigenous incarceration. 

The study shows that, despite representing only 3 percent of the Australian population, Indigenous Australians account for 27 percent of the adult prison population and 55 percent of children and young people in detention.

The report also highlights the social costs of incarceration and points to the economic and social benefits of Indigenous-led, evidence-based approaches in...


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Two Tiger changes for Dreamtime

Team selection: Round 10 View the team for Richmond's Round 10 match against Essendon.

Richmond has made two changes to its line-up for Saturday night’s ‘Dreamtime at the G’ clash with Essendon.

Talented midfielder/forward Josh Caddy returns after being a late withdrawal from the team that lost narrowly to Greater Western Sydney at Spotless Stadium last Saturday. Caddy has recovered from groin soreness.

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Tall forward Todd Elton has been recalled following an impressive three-goal performance with the Tigers’ VFL team against Williamstown last Sunday.

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Out of the side go Anthony Miles and Ivan Soldo, who have both been omitted.

Richmond’s three emergencies for Saturday night’s match...


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Edwards prepares to honour a moment in history

Edwards to wear 67 Shane Edwards explains why he's wearing the number 67 during this Saturday's Dreamtime at the 'G match.

Before the season started, Shane Edwards made a decision.

With Dreamtime being a match that he regularly marks down on the calendar before the year starts, he wanted to do something significant.

It didn’t take long for inspiration to be apparent, with 2017 marking a large moment in Australian history.

“The 1967 Referendum was a vote to include Indigenous people into the population of Australia,” Edwards told Aflplayers.com.au.

“Before the vote was passed, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were plants and animals, they weren’t people. Since that vote happened, things have slowly progressed and it was not just a huge moment in Indigenous history, but Australian history.”

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Opposition Analysis: Essendon, Round 10

Opposition analysis: Essendon Defensive Coach, Ben Rutten and Matthew Richardson analyse the Round 10 match against Essendon.

Richmond assistant coach Ben Rutten provides ‘Roar Vision’ with a snapshot of the main attributes of Essendon’s game ahead of this Saturday night’s blockbuster ‘Dreamtime at the G’ clash.

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Key match-up: Riewoldt v Hurley

“He’s (Hurley) defending really well, but he’s also really important for the start of their attack from their backline. So it’s important that we use Jack and get the best result out of him. But it’s also important to stop Hurley (who’s averaging 23 disposals per match this season) at the same time. He’s similar to Alex Rance, and what separates those defenders from the others, is their ability to win the ball, especially back from the...


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Dreamtime reflections

In the lead-up to the blockbuster 2017 ‘Dreamtime at the ‘G’ clash, we take a look at the key historical ‘Dreamtime’ details . . . 

  • Richmond and Essendon have met in 12 Dreamtime games, with the Tigers winning six and losing six.
  • The first Dreamtime game was in Round 15 of the 2005 season, which Richmond won by 26 points.
  • The highest score kicked in a Dreamtime game is Essendon’s 19.16 (130) in 2010.
  • Richmond’s highest score in a Dreamtime game is 16.14 (110) in 2008.
  • The lowest score kicked in a Dreamtime game is Richmond’s 7.12 (54) in 2014.
  • The greatest winning margin in a Dreamtime game is Essendon by 50 points in 2014.
  • Richmond’s greatest winning margin in a Dreamtime game is 38 points in 2008 and 2016.
  • The highest goal tally by a player in a Dreamtime game is six by Richmond’s Jack Riewoldt in 2010.
  • The most goals kicked by a player overall in Dreamtime games is Richmond’s Jack...

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If you love Richmond, stand up

Last Saturday night, anguished after the siren, I felt like crying.

It welled from within as a visceral response to loss and its bedfellow, grief. Football sometimes has this effect and it is wonderful. It shows we care, that we’re passionate, that our emotional attachments run deep. The football makes us as one, and brings us to the game as the Richmond crowd.

Sunday afternoon the week before and I caught a train and walked to the MCG with three seven-year-old boys, two of whom had not before been to a football game. Krushna was born in India, Haydon in Fiji. I wanted to show them something so many of their friends at school talk so animatedly about. I wanted to include them, make them part of a heartbeat, a community.

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My only proviso: they wear yellow and black. In these two...


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Richmond and Jeep make it ten in a row

Richmond Football Club is thrilled to announce it has re-signed with Jeep Australia as joint major sponsor for three more years.

This extension takes a sporting alliance which began in 2011 through to the end of 2020, making Jeep the Tigers’ longest serving joint major sponsor in the club’s proud 132-year history.

Richmond CEO Brendon Gale welcomed Jeep’s further commitment to the Tigers, saying “we are thrilled to extend our partnership with Jeep beyond 2017, in what is a significant and record major partnership for the Richmond Football Club”.

“Both Richmond and Jeep have a rich history, and both Richmond and Jeep have bold aspirations for the future. We are excited to be tackling that future with our staunchest commercial ally at our side for three more exciting years.”

Jeep Australia President and CEO Steve Zanlunghi said the decision to extend the alliance was made easier by the...


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Michael Mitchell a Homecoming Hero

Homecoming Hero: Michael Mitchell Michael Mitchell is the homecoming hero for the Round 10 Dreamtime at the 'G match against Essendon.

Michael Mitchell is Richmond’s Homecoming Hero for the 2017 ‘Dreamtime at the ‘G’ clash with Essendon. 

The Tigers will pay tribute to Mitchell during the pre-game build-up to this Saturday night’s Round 10 blockbuster.

Mitchell, who played 81 games for Richmond from 1987-1991, will walk to the Punt Road end of the ground, where he’ll be warmly welcomed home by the Tiger Army.

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He’ll kick a ceremonial goal, then sign the football and present it to a Richmond fan in the crowd.

Highlights of Mitchell’s exciting playing career with the Tigers also will be shown on the MCG’s screens.

Mitchell joined Richmond from WAFL club Claremont, where he’d won...


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Story behind Richmond's War Cry

Our war cry story The story behind Richmond's war cry, "Lagunta-Na-Wan" (We Are Tigers).

“This is larger than footy.” – Jordan Edwards, Dreamtime dancer, (Gunditjmara, Wathaurong, Arrente)

History was made at last year’s Dreamtime at the ‘G match, when eighteen young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers performed a War Cry.

In what has evolved into a tradition for the annual clash between Richmond and Essendon, a War Cry will feature in the pre-game ceremony for the 13th Dreamtime at the ‘G match this Saturday, May 27.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Cry dances are performed as both a welcome and a warning to visitors who enter their country. Each individual dance move has its own meaning, allowing dancers to express who they are and where they come...


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Right royal Rance

Round 9: Highlights Watch highlights from Richmond's Round 9 match against GWS.

Star Richmond key defender Alex Rance has been rewarded following another outstanding performance with maximum votes in the AFL Coaches Association’s Player of the Year award voting for the Round 9 match against Greater Western Sydney at Spotless Stadium last Saturday.

Rance received 10 out of 10 from rival coaches Damien Hardwick (Richmond) and Leon Cameron (GWS) for his dominant display across the Tigers’ backline.

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He finished with 19 disposals, including a game-high 10 intercepts and five score involvements, took five marks, including a game-high four intercept grabs, and also had a game-high 16 one-percenters.

Dynamic Richmond midfielder Dustin Martin maintained his top rating, picking up...


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Richmond supports ‘Are We Ready’ campaign

Richmond Football Club is pleased to support the ‘Are We Ready’ campaign, launched today by not-for-profit organisation Culture is Life, a valued partner of the Club’s Korin Gamadji Institute (KGI).

The new campaign, launched today to coincide with National Reconciliation Week, showcases how all Australian’s can benefit from a better understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures through the spirit of friendship and mutual respect.

The ‘Are We Ready?’ campaign asks all Australians to deepen their connection with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures by reflecting on the ways friendship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people has reshaped individual perspectives and enriched lives.

“This is an important and timely campaign on the eve of Dreamtime at the ‘G,” Richmond CEO Brendon Gale said.

“Culture is Life is a committed and...


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Talking Tigers: Episode 15, 2017

Talking Tigers: Round 10 Score reviews, centre bounces, Richmond 'haters', revolutionary football proposals . . .They're just some of the many topics discussed in the latest jam-packed edition of the podcast phenomenon that's the pride of the Yellow and Black nation, 'Talking Tigers'.

Score reviews, centre bounces, Richmond ‘haters’, revolutionary football proposals . . .

They’re just some of the many topics discussed in the latest jam-packed edition of the podcast phenomenon that’s the pride of the Yellow and Black nation, ‘Talking Tigers’, presented by Audio-Visual partner, Bang & Olufsen.

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In trademark style, the TT team members successfully manage to put last Saturday’s Spotless Stadium bitter disappointment behind them, to bring their large, loyal band of listeners a...


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The VFL Report: Round 6

Development and VFL backline coach, Ryan Ferguson provides an exclusive summary of the AFL and VFL-listed players from Sunday’s Round 6 VFL match against Williamstown.

AFL LISTED PLAYERS

 

Ben Lennon

17 disposals, three marks, two clearances, two goals.

Got the chance to play as a mid-forward this week, which is always good to add to his game.

 

Corey Ellis

16 disposals, three clearances, one tackle, one score assist.

Ball use was really sharp, we would like to see him get more of the footy.

 

Jacob Townsend

16 disposals, 10 tackles, six clearances, three inside-50s.

Was a bull, as he usually is. Always shows great fight.

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Tyson Stengle

13 disposals, five tackles, four marks, two goals.

Really calm and composed, and showed his trademark poise with the ball.

 

Oleg Markov

13...


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Round 8
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 22 May (7:50 pm) Geelong 22.8 (140) def. Carlton 9.9 (63) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 32,032)
Saturday, 23 May (1:45 pm) St Kilda 12.6 (78) def. by West Coast 20.11 (131) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 23,598)
Saturday, 23 May (2:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 16.12 (108) def. Adelaide 12.12 (84) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,481)
Saturday, 23 May (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 9.9 (63) def. by Collingwood 20.12 (132) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 16,440)
Saturday, 23 May (7:20 pm) Hawthorn 9.15 (69) def. by Sydney 11.7 (73) MCG (crowd: 63,319)
Saturday, 23 May (5:40 pm) Fremantle 17.13 (115) def. North Melbourne 5.12 (42) Domain Stadium (crowd: 35,836)
Sunday, 24 May (1:10 pm) Essendon 21.10 (136) def. Brisbane Lions 12.6 (78) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 36,857)
Sunday, 24 May (3:20 pm) Melbourne 15.13 (103) def. Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) MCG (crowd: 29,381)
Sunday, 24 May (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 5.13 (43) def. by Richmond 11.10 (76) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 44,451)

Round 9
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 29 May (7:50 pm) Sydney 19.8 (122) def. Carlton 9.8 (62) SCG (crowd: 32,105)
Saturday, 30 May (1:45 pm) Hawthorn 14.9 (93) def. Gold Coast 6.4 (40) Aurora Stadium (crowd: 11,320)
Saturday, 30 May (1:40 pm) Melbourne 8.6 (54) def. by Port Adelaide 18.7 (115) TIO Traeger Park (crowd: 4,866)
Saturday, 30 May (4:35 pm) Western Bulldogs 16.17 (113) def. Greater Western Sydney 11.2 (68) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 16,395)
Saturday, 30 May (7:25 pm) Richmond 10.12 (72) def. Essendon 8.11 (59) MCG (crowd: 83,804)
Saturday, 30 May (7:10 pm) Adelaide 7.15 (57) def. by Fremantle 10.8 (68) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 45,009)
Sunday, 31 May (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 13.8 (86) def. by St Kilda 16.12 (108) Gabba (crowd: 16,898)
Sunday, 31 May (3:20 pm) Collingwood 17.10 (112) def. North Melbourne 14.11 (95) MCG (crowd: 43,452)
Sunday, 31 May (2:40 pm) West Coast 16.24 (120) def. Geelong 10.4 (64) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,676)
  • Dustin Fletcher of Essendon became the third player in VFL/AFL history to play 400 games.[23]
  • Aaron Sandilands (Fremantle) recorded 69 hit-outs against Adelaide, the highest amount since game statistics were documented from 1965;[24] this broke the previous record of 63 set in 1982 by Gary Dempsey.[25] The new record stood for only two weeks, before Sandilands bettered the tally in Round 11.[26]
  • Fremantle recorded its best ever start to the season, winning its first nine matches; its previous best unbeaten start to a season was three matches, in 2010.[27]

Round 10
When Home Away Venue
Friday, 5 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 10.10 (70) def. by Richmond 15.7 (97) Domain Stadium (crowd: 38,019)
Saturday, 6 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 14.6 (90) def. by Adelaide 14.15 (99) MCG (crowd: 32,035)
Saturday, 6 June (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 5.11 (41) def. by Sydney 13.15 (93) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 13,068)
Saturday, 6 June (7:20 pm) Essendon 7.11 (53) def. by Geelong 19.8 (122) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 40,632)
Saturday, 6 June (7:10 pm) Port Adelaide 16.4 (100) def. Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 40,907)
Sunday, 7 June (1:10 pm) Greater Western Sydney 14.13 (97) def. Brisbane Lions 10.7 (67) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 9,079)
Sunday, 7 June (3:20 pm) North Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. West Coast 10.15 (75) Blundstone Arena (crowd: 12,011)
Sunday, 7 June (4:40 pm) St Kilda 10.9 (69) def. by Hawthorn 20.12 (132) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 33,886)
Monday, 8 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 13.7 (85) def. by Collingwood 17.8 (110) MCG (crowd: 66,120)

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