2010 Collingwood Football Club season

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Collingwood Football Club
2010 season
President Eddie McGuire
Coach Mick Malthouse
Captain(s) Nick Maxwell
Home ground MCG
Pre-season competition First round
AFL season 1st
Finals series Premiers
Best and Fairest Dane Swan
Leading goalkicker Alan Didak (41)
Highest home attendance 100,016 vs. St Kilda (25 September 2010)
Lowest home attendance 38,781 vs. West Coast (3 July 2010)

The 2010 AFL season was the Collingwood Football Club's, (The Magpies), 114th season playing Australian rules football in the Victorian or Australian Football League. It was the club's most successful season since 1930 and the club's most successful season in AFL era. The Magpies won the premiership after defeating St Kilda by 56 points in the Grand Final Replay. Collingwood also won the McClelland Trophy for finishing first at the end of the home and away season. 2010 marked the first time that Collingwood won 20 matches in the same season, their first McClelland Trophy since 1970[1] and ended a 19-season premiership drought dating back to 1990.

Season results[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

NAB Cup[edit]

Round Date Opponent Home/Away Score (Collingwood's score is in bold) Result (includes margin) Venue
1 Friday, 19 February 7:40pm St Kilda Away 2.13.4 (100) - 1.13.12 (99) Lost by 1 point Etihad Stadium

NAB Challenge[edit]

Week Date Opponent Home/Away Score (Collingwood's score is in bold) Result (includes margin) Venue
1 Friday, 26 February 7:00pm Adelaide Home 11.8 (74) - 8.6 (54) Won by 20 points Traeger Park
2 Friday, 5 March 4:00pm Richmond Away 9.8 (62) - 11.24 (90) Won by 28 points Visy Park
3 Saturday, 13 March 3:00pm Port Adelaide Away 15.7 (97) - 27.16 (178) Won by 81 points Malseed Park, Mt Gambier, South Australia

Regular home and away season[edit]

Round Date Opponent Home/Away Score (Collingwood's score is in bold) Result (includes margin) Venue Position on Ladder
1 Sunday, 28 March 2:10pm Western Bulldogs Away 13.15 (93) - 19.15 (129) Won by 36 points Etihad Stadium 5th
2 Saturday, 4 April 2:10pm Melbourne Home 12.14 (86) - 12.13 (85) Won by 1 point MCG 5th
3 Friday, 10 April 7:40pm St Kilda Away 10.9 (69) - 4.17 (41) Lost by 28 points Etihad Stadium 7th
4 Saturday, 18 April 7:10pm Hawthorn Home 17.21 (123) - 8.11 (59) Won by 64 points MCG 6th
5 Sunday, 25 April 2:40pm Essendon Home 18.12 (120) - 8.7 (55) Won by 65 points MCG 3rd
6 Sunday, 2 May 2:10pm Carlton Away 16.6 (102) - 24.11 (155) Won by 53 points MCG 2nd
7 Saturday, 8 May 7:10pm North Melbourne Home 23.19 (157) - 14.7 (91) Won by 66 points MCG 1st
8 Friday, 14 May 8:40pm Fremantle Away 15.7 (97) - 20.13 (133) Won by 36 points Subiaco Oval 1st
9 Friday, 21 May 7:40pm Geelong Home 6.14 (50) - 12.14 (86) Lost by 36 points MCG 2nd
10 Saturday, 29 May 7:10pm Brisbane Lions Away 13.10 (88) - 11.14 (80) Lost by 8 points Gabba 3rd
11 Sunday, 6 June 4:40pm Western Bulldogs Home 17.11 (113) - 16.7 (103) Won by 10 points Etihad Stadium 2nd
12 Monday, 14 June 2:10pm Melbourne Away 11.10 (76) - 9.22 (76) Draw MCG 3rd
13 Saturday, 26 June 7:10pm Sydney Away 10.11 (71) - 13.18 (96) Won by 26 points ANZ Stadium 3rd
14 Saturday, 3 July 7:10pm West Coast Home 20.15 (135) - 7.10 (52) Won by 83 points Etihad Stadium 3rd
15 Friday, 9 July 8:10pm Port Adelaide Away 12.7 (79) - 16.9 (105) Won by 26 points AAMI Stadium 3rd
16 Saturday, 17 July 2:10pm St Kilda Home 15.10 (100) - 6.16 (52) Won by 48 points MCG 1st
17 Saturday, 24 July 2:10pm Richmond Home 19.13 (127) - 6.9 (45) Won by 82 points MCG 1st
18 Saturday, 31 July 2:10pm Carlton Home 15.15 (105) - 9.3 (57) Won by 48 points MCG 1st
19 Saturday, 7 August 7:10pm Geelong Away 12.13 (85) - 14.23 (107) Won by 22 points MCG 1st
20 Friday, 13 August 7:40pm Essendon Away 10.4 (64) - 24.18 (162) Won by 98 points MCG 1st
21 Saturday, 21 August 7:10pm Adelaide Home 6.18 (54) - 7.9 (51) Won by 3 points MCG 1st
22 Saturday, 28 August 2:10pm Hawthorn Away 15.8 (98) - 13.17 (95) Lost by 3 points MCG 1st

Finals series[edit]

Final Date Opponent Home/Away Score (Collingwood's score is in bold) Result (includes margin) Venue
Qualifying Final Saturday, 4 September 7:20pm Western Bulldogs Home 17.22 (124) - 8.14 (62) Won by 62 points MCG
Preliminary Final Friday, 17 September 7:40pm Geelong Home 18.12 (120) - 11.13 (79) Won by 41 points MCG
Grand Final Saturday, 25 September 2:30pm St Kilda Home 9.14 (68) - 10.8 (68) Draw MCG
Grand Final Replay Saturday, 2 October 2:30pm St Kilda Home 16.12 (108) - 7.10 (52) Won by 56 points MCG

Ladder[edit]

2010 AFL Ladder
TEAM P W L D PF PA  % PTS
1 Collingwood (P) 22 17 4 1 2349 1658 141.68 70
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2518 1702 147.94 68
3 St Kilda 22 15 6 1 1935 1591 121.62 62
4 Western Bulldogs 22 14 8 0 2174 1734 125.37 56
5 Sydney 22 13 9 0 2017 1863 108.27 52
6 Fremantle 22 13 9 0 2168 2087 103.88 52
7 Hawthorn 22 12 9 1 2044 1847 110.67 50
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2143 1983 108.07 44
9 North Melbourne 22 11 11 0 1930 2208 87.41 44
10 Port Adelaide 22 10 12 0 1749 2123 82.38 40
11 Adelaide 22 9 13 0 1763 1870 94.28 36
12 Melbourne 22 8 13 1 1863 1971 94.52 34
13 Brisbane Lions 22 7 15 0 1775 2158 82.25 28
14 Essendon 22 7 15 0 1930 2402 80.35 28
15 Richmond 22 6 16 0 1714 2348 73.00 24
16 West Coast 22 4 18 0 1773 2300 77.09 16
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Magpies secure top spot". AFl.com.au. 25 August 2010. Retrieved 22 September 2010.