2013 Collingwood Football Club season

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Collingwood Football Club
2013 season
President Eddie McGuire
Coach Nathan Buckley
(2nd season)
Captain(s) Nick Maxwell
(5th season)
Home ground The MCG
Pre-season competition 6th
Regular season 6th
Finals series Elimination Final
Best and Fairest Scott Pendlebury
Leading goalkicker Travis Cloke (66 goals)
Highest home attendance 93,373 vs. Essendon (Round 5)
Lowest home attendance 32,691 vs. Greater Western Sydney (Round 18)
Average home attendance 55,487[1]
Club membership 80,456
Main article: 2013 AFL season

The 2013 Collingwood Football Club season is the club's 117th season of senior competition in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club also fielded its reserves team in the VFL.

The club signed a total of 80,456 members for the 2013 season, setting a new VFL/AFL record for total club membership in a season.[2]

Squad[edit]

Players are listed by jersey number, and 2013 statistics are for AFL regular season and finals series matches during the 2013 AFL season only. Career statistics include a player's complete AFL career, which, as a result, means that a player's debut and part or whole of their career statistics may be for another club. Statistics are correct of 2nd Elimination Final of the 2013 season (7 September 2013) and are taken from AFL Tables
No. Name AFL debut Games (2013) Goals (2013) Games (CFC) Goals (CFC) Games (AFL career) Goals (AFL career)
1 Alex Fasolo 2011 3 1 40 45 40 45
2 Jordan Russell 2005 (Carlton) 9 0 9 0 125 18
3 Brent Macaffer 2009 22 7 52 28 52 28
4 Alan Didak 2001 5 3 218 274 218 274
5 Nick Maxwell (c) 2004 19 1 198 29 198 29
6 Tyson Goldsack 2007 13 6 104 37 104 37
7 Andrew Krakouer 2001 (Richmond) 8 10 35 50 137 152
8 Harry O'Brien 2005 19 7 178 25 178 25
9 Martin Clarke 2007 9 3 72 19 72 19
10 Scott Pendlebury (vc) 2006 23 18 171 113 171 113
11 Jarryd Blair 2010 22 14 81 64 81 64
12 Luke Ball 2003 (St Kilda) 13 2 64 27 206 85
13 Dale Thomas 2006 5 0 157 121 157 121
14 Clinton Young 2005 (Hawthorn) 2 0 2 0 118 60
15 Jarrod Witts 2013 7 5 7 5 7 5
16 Nathan Brown 2008 22 1 90 7 90 7
17 Dayne Beams 2009 8 6 91 95 91 95
18 Darren Jolly 2001 (Melbourne) 9 4 71 52 237 122
19 Jamie Elliott 2012 20 30 35 36 35 36
20 Ben Reid 2007 22 25 95 30 95 30
21 Quinten Lynch 2002 (West Coast) 18 9 18 9 227 290
22 Steele Sidebottom 2009 23 19 108 85 108 85
23 Lachlan Keeffe 2011 8 1 22 6 22 6
24 Josh Thomas 2013 19 11 19 11 19 11
25 Ben Hudson 2004 (Adelaide) 7 1 7 1 168 19
26 Ben Johnson 2000 3 0 235 70 235 70
27 Ben Kennedy 2013 12 9 12 9 12 9
28 Ben Sinclair 2011 15 2 39 18 39 18
29 Tim Broomhead **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
30 Ben Richmond **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
31 Jackson Ramsay **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
32 Travis Cloke 2005 22 68 196 351 196 351
33 Jackson Paine 2012 0 0 6 8 6 8
34 Alan Toovey 2007 5 0 114 8 114 8
35 Brodie Grundy 2013 7 1 7 1 7 1
36 Dane Swan 2003 23 21 219 179 219 179
37 Kyle Martin 2013 4 6 4 6 4 6
38 Peter Yagmoor 2012 0 0 2 0 2 0
39 Heath Shaw 2005 20 1 173 37 173 37
40 Paul Seedsman 2012 17 9 28 11 28 11
41 Sam Dwyer 2013 21 15 21 15 21 15
43 Adam Oxley 2013 2 0 2 0 2 0
44 Corey Gault **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
45 Jack Frost 2013 2 0 2 0 2 0
46 Marley Williams 2012 16 2 22 3 22 3
47 Michael Hartley **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
48 Caolan Mooney 2012 2 1 6 2 6 2

Squad changes[edit]

In[edit]

No. Name Position Previous Club via
21 Western Australia Quinten Lynch Utility West Coast free agent[3]
14 Victoria (Australia) Clinton Young Midfielder / Forward Hawthorn free agent[4]
2 South Australia Jordan Russell Defender Carlton trade[5]
35 South Australia Brodie Grundy Ruckman Sturt AFL National Draft, first round (pick #18)[6]
27 South Australia Ben Kennedy Small Forward / Midfielder Glenelg AFL National Draft, first round (pick #19)[6]
29 South Australia Tim Broomhead Midfielder Port Adelaide Magpies AFL National Draft, first round (pick #20)[6]
31 Western Australia Jackson Ramsay Defender East Perth AFL National Draft, second round (pick #38)[6]
37 Victoria (Australia) Kyle Martin Midfielder Frankston AFL Rookie Draft, first round (pick #13)[7]
41 Victoria (Australia) Sam Dwyer Midfielder / Small Forward Port Melbourne AFL Rookie Draft, second round (pick #27)[7]
43 Queensland Adam Oxley Defender Redland AFL Rookie Draft, third round (pick #35)[7]
45 Victoria (Australia) Jack Frost Defender Williamstown AFL Rookie Draft, fourth round (pick #41)[7]
25 Victoria (Australia) Ben Hudson Ruckman Brisbane Lions AFL Rookie Draft, fifth round (pick #47)[7]
38 Queensland Peter Yagmoor Defender / Midfielder Collingwood AFL Rookie Draft, sixth round (pick #49)[7]
30 Tasmania Ben Richmond Forward / Defender AFL Rookie Draft, seventh round (pick #53)[7]

Out[edit]

No. Name Position New Club via
21 Western Australia Sharrod Wellingham Midfielder West Coast trade[8]
31 Victoria (Australia) Chris Dawes Forward Melbourne trade[9]
25 New South Wales Tom Young Defender Western Bulldogs trade[10]
26 Victoria (Australia) Ben Johnson Defender / Midfielder retired[11]
4 South Australia Alan Didak Forward / Midfielder delisted[12]
18 Victoria (Australia) Darren Jolly Ruckman delisted[12]
2 South Australia Jordan Russell Defender delisted[12]
7 Western Australia Andrew Krakouer Forward delisted[12]
30 Tasmania Ben Richmond Forward / Defender delisted[12]
47 New South Wales Michael Hartley Defender delisted[12]

Season summary[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Collingwood's 2013 NAB Cup fixtures (Week 1 – Lightning matches)
Round Date and local time Opponent Scores[a] Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Ref
Home Away Result
1
Friday, 15 February (7:50 pm) Western Bulldogs 0.4.5 (29) 1.6.2 (47) Won by 18 points Etihad Stadium [A] 26,693 3rd[13] [14]
Friday, 15 February (8:55 pm) Essendon 0.4.5 (29) 1.2.10 (31) Won by 2 points 26,921 [15]
Collingwood's 2013 NAB Cup fixtures (Weeks 2, 3 & 4 – Full-length matches)
Round Date and local time Opponent Scores[a] Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Ref
Home Away Result
2
Sunday, 3 March (4:40 pm) West Coast 1.10.7 (76) 3.10.9 (96) Won by 20 points Patersons Stadium [A] 14,237 3rd[16] [17]
3
Saturday, 9 March (6:40 pm) Brisbane Lions 0.7.12 (54) 0.12.16 (88) Lost by 34 points Etihad Stadium [H] 12,093 6th[18] [19]
4[20]
Friday, 15 March (4:00 pm) Geelong 20.21 (141) 13.12 (90) Lost by 51 points Simonds Stadium [A] TBA N/A [21]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2013 AFL season fixtures
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Attendance Ladder
position[22]
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Sunday, 31 March (4:40 pm) North Melbourne 13.9 (87) 15.13 (103) Won by 16 points Etihad Stadium [A] 41,040 6th [23]
2
Sunday, 7 April (3:20 pm) Carlton 17.15 (117) 15.10 (100) Won by 17 points MCG [H] 84,247 5th [24]
3
Sunday, 14 April (3:20 pm) Hawthorn 13.12 (90) 22.13 (145) Lost by 55 points MCG [H] 72,254 8th [25]
4
Saturday, 20 April (2:10 pm) Richmond 11.13 (79) 16.17 (113) Won by 34 points MCG [A] 81,950 7th [26]
5
Thursday, 25 April (2:40 pm) Essendon 18.13 (121) 10.15 (75) Lost by 46 points MCG [A] 93,373 8th [27]
6
Friday, 3 May (7:50 pm) St Kilda 15.13 (103) 11.11 (77) Won by 26 points MCG [H] 40,071 7th [28]
7
Saturday, 11 May (5:40 pm) Fremantle 15.10 (100) 10.13 (73) Lost by 27 points Patersons Stadium [A] 37,214 8th [29]
8
Saturday, 18 May (7:40 pm) Geelong 15.12 (102) 14.12 (96) Won by 6 points MCG [H] 66,768 8th [30]
9
Friday, 24 May (7:50 pm) Sydney 8.7 (55) 15.12 (102) Lost by 47 points MCG [H] 65,306 11th [31]
10
Friday, 31 May (7:50 pm) Brisbane Lions 7.9 (51) 14.16 (100) Won by 49 points Gabba [A] 26,626 8th [32]
11
Monday, 10 June (3:15 pm) Melbourne 5.9 (39) 17.20 (122) Won by 83 points MCG [A] 50,835 6th [33]
12
Sunday, 16 June (4:40 pm) Western Bulldogs 15.9 (99) 9.11 (65) Won by 34 points Etihad Stadium [H] 32,253 6th [34]
13
Bye 7th
14
Saturday, 29 June (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 13.8 (86) 7.9 (51) Lost by 35 points AAMI Stadium [A] 31,121 8th [35]
15
Friday, 5 July (7:50 pm) Carlton 12.5 (77) 17.16 (118) Won by 41 points MCG [A] 78,224 7th [36]
16
Friday, 12 July (7:50 pm) Adelaide 17.9 (111) 12.12 (84) Won by 27 points MCG [H] 54,790 7th [37]
17
Saturday, 20 July (4:40 pm) Gold Coast 13.7 (85) 11.12 (78) Lost by 7 points Carrara Stadium [A] 19,721 7th [38]
18
Saturday, 27 July (4:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 15.16 (106) 10.6 (66) Won by 40 points MCG [H] 32,691 7th [39]
19
Sunday, 4 August (4:40 pm) Essendon 20.13 (133) 7.12 (54) Won by 79 points MCG [H] 69,821 6th [40]
20
Saturday, 10 August (7:40 pm) Sydney 10.11 (71) 14.16 (100) Won by 29 points ANZ Stadium [A] 42,627 5th [41]
21
Friday, 16 August (7:50 pm) Hawthorn 18.11 (119) 12.12 (84) Lost by 35 points MCG [A] 71,533 6th [42]
22
Friday, 23 August (7:50 pm) West Coast 15.11 (101) 5.9 (39) Won by 62 points MCG [H] 41,198 6th [43]
23
Sunday, 1 September (3:20 pm) North Melbourne 17.12 (114) 19.11 (125) Lost by 11 points MCG [H] 50,958 6th [44]

Finals series[edit]

Collingwood's 2013 AFL finals series fixtures
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Attendance Ref
Scores[a]
2nd Elimination Final
Saturday, 7 September (7:45 pm) Port Adelaide 9.9 (63) 12.15 (87) Lost by 24 points MCG [H] 51,722 [45]
Collingwood was eliminated from the 2013 AFL finals series

Ladder[edit]

2013 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA  % Pts
1 Hawthorn (P) 22 19 3 0 2523 1859 135.72 76
2 Geelong 22 18 4 0 2409 1776 135.64 72
3 Fremantle 22 16 5 1 2035 1518 134.06 66
4 Sydney 22 15 6 1 2244 1694 132.47 62
5 Richmond 22 15 7 0 2154 1754 122.81 60
6 Collingwood 22 14 8 0 2148 1868 114.99 56
7 Port Adelaide 22 12 10 0 2051 2002 102.45 48
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2125 1992 106.68 44
9 Essendon 22 14 8 0 2145 2000 107.25 56*
10 North Melbourne 22 10 12 0 2307 1930 119.53 40
11 Adelaide 22 10 12 0 2064 1909 108.12 40
12 Brisbane Lions 22 10 12 0 1922 2144 89.65 40
13 West Coast 22 9 13 0 2038 2139 95.28 36
14 Gold Coast 22 8 14 0 1918 2091 91.73 32
15 Western Bulldogs 22 8 14 0 1926 2262 85.15 32
16 St Kilda 22 5 17 0 1751 2120 82.59 20
17 Melbourne 22 2 20 0 1455 2691 54.07 8
18 GWS 22 1 21 0 1524 2990 50.97 4
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against
*Essendon was relegated to ninth due to irregularities in its supplements program during the 2012 season


Awards, Records & Milestones[edit]

AFL Awards[edit]

AFL Award Nominations[edit]

Club Awards[edit]

Milestones[edit]

VFL season[edit]

Results[edit]

Collingwood's 2013 VFL pre-season fixture
Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[c]
Saturday, 9 March (11:00 am) Essendon 11.9 (75) 15.9 (99) Lost by 24 points Victoria Park [H] [69]
Saturday, 16 March (12:00 pm) Geelong 14.9 (103) 12.5 (77) Lost by 26 points Simonds Stadium [A] [70]
Friday, 22 March (4:00 pm) Northern Blues 12.10 (82) 6.5 (41) Lost by 41 points Visy Park [A] [71]
Thursday, 28 March (4:00 pm) AIS-AFL Academy 15.15 (105) 9.9 (63) Won by 42 points MCG [H] [72]
Collingwood's 2013 VFL season fixture
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ladder
position[73]
Ref
Scores[c]
1
Saturday, 6 April (1:10 pm) North Ballarat 16.11 (107) 6.19 (55) Won by 52 points Victoria Park [H] 2nd [74]
2
Saturday, 13 April (7:00 pm) Werribee 12.14 (86) 11.12 (78) Lost by 8 points Avalon Airport Oval [A] 6th [75]
3
Saturday, 20 April (2:00 pm) Frankston 12.11 (83) 14.12 (96) Lost by 13 points Victoria Park [H] 7th [76]
4
Friday, 26 April (6:30 pm) Bendigo 9.6 (60) 25.26 (176) Won by 116 points Queen Elizabeth Oval [A] 6th [77]
5
Sunday, 5 May (2:00 pm) Williamstown 15.13 (103) 14.13 (97) Lost by 6 points Burbank Oval [A] 8th [78]
6
Saturday, 18 May (1:00 pm) Geelong 18.12 (120) 16.11 (107) Won by 13 points Victoria Park [H] 8th [79]
7
Saturday, 25 May (1:00 pm) Essendon 18.14 (122) 17.11 (113) Won by 9 points Victoria Park [H] 7th [80]
8
Saturday, 1 June (1:10 pm) Northern Blues 17.9 (111) 17.12 (114) Won by 3 points Preston City Oval [A] 6th [81]
9
Sunday, 8 June (2:00 pm) Casey Scorpions 21.15 (141) 7.9 (51) Lost by 90 points Casey Fields [A] 6th [82]
10
Sunday, 16 June (2:00 pm) Coburg 18.10 (118) 13.12 (90) Won by 28 points Victoria Park [H] 6th [83]
11
Bye 6th
12
Saturday, 29 June (1:00 pm) Port Melbourne 11.9 (75) 8.15 (63) Won by 12 points Victoria Park [H] 5th [84]
13
Saturday, 6 July (2:00 pm) Box Hill Hawks 11.14 (80) 12.15 (87) Won by 7 points Box Hill City Oval [A] 5th [85]
14
Friday, 19 July (7:00 pm) Geelong 17.15 (117) 10.14 (74) Lost by 43 points Simonds Stadium [A] 6th [86]
15
Saturday, 27 July (12:00 pm) Casey Scorpions 12.10 (82) 13.12 (90) Lost by 8 points Victoria Park [H] 6th [87]
16
Sunday, 4 August (1:00 pm) Williamstown 10.4 (64) 14.15 (99) Lost by 35 points Victoria Park [H] 7th [88]
17
Sunday, 11 August (2:00 pm) North Ballarat 14.12 (96) 13.13 (91) Lost by 5 points Eureka Stadium [A] 9th [89]
18
Saturday, 17 August (2:00 pm) Sandringham 10.9 (69) 18.21 (129) Won by 60 points Trevor Barker Beach Oval [A] 6th [90]
19
Saturday, 24 August (11:00 am) Werribee 15.8 (98) 13.13 (91) Won by 7 points Victoria Park [H] 6th [91]
Collingwood's 2013 VFL finals series fixture
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[c]
2nd Elimination Final
Saturday, 31 August (2:10 pm) Port Melbourne 12.8 (80) 16.9 (105) Lost by 25 points North Port Oval [H] [92]
Collingwood was eliminated from the 2013 VFL finals series

Ladder[edit]

2013 VFL Ladder
TEAM P W L D PF PA  % PTS
1 Geelong 18 16 2 0 2273 1363 166.76 64
2 Box Hill Hawks 18 13 5 0 1815 1326 136.88 52
3 Williamstown 18 12 6 0 1809 1394 129.77 48
4 Casey Scorpions 18 12 6 0 1830 1434 127.62 48
5 Werribee 18 10 8 0 1897 1661 114.21 40
6 Collingwood 18 10 8 0 1766 1667 105.94 40
7 Port Melbourne 18 9 8 1 1726 1704 101.29 38
8 Essendon 18 9 9 0 1765 1590 111.01 36
9 Northern Blues 18 8 10 0 1709 1622 105.36 32
10 North Ballarat 18 8 10 0 1556 1558 99.87 32
11 Sandringham 18 6 11 1 1705 1992 85.59 26
12 Frankston 18 6 12 0 1522 1885 80.74 24
13 Coburg 18 6 12 0 1533 1973 77.70 24
14 Bendigo 18 0 18 0 912 2649 34.43 0
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points For, PA = Points Against


Notes[edit]

Key
  • H ^ Home match.
  • A ^ Away match.
Notes
  • a Collingwood's scores are indicated in bold font.

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