2017 Collingwood Football Club season

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Collingwood Football Club
2017 season
Collingwood huddle.jpg
Huddle during the round two match against Richmond
PresidentEddie McGuire
CoachNathan Buckley
(6th season)
Captain(s)Scott Pendlebury
(4th season)
Home groundThe MCG
Regular season13th
Finals seriesDNQ
Best and FairestSteele Sidebottom
Leading goalkickerJamie Elliott (34 goals)
Highest home attendance70,279 vs. Carlton (Round 7)
Lowest home attendance22,927 vs. West Coast (Round 18)
Average home attendance46,878
Club membership75,879[1]

The 2017 Collingwood Football Club season was the club's 121st season of senior competition in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club also fielded its reserves team in the VFL, and a women's team in the inaugural AFL Women's competition.

Squad[edit]

Players are listed by guernsey number, and 2017 statistics are for AFL regular season and finals series matches during the 2017 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 as of Round 23 of the 2017 season (26 August 2017) and are taken from AFL Tables. Please note that this squad refers to AFL-listed players at the club. An additional 24 players not listed here are signed by the club as VFL-listed players, meaning they can only play for the club's seconds team.
No. Name AFL debut Games (2017) Goals (2017) Games (CFC) Goals (CFC) Games (AFL career) Goals (AFL career)
1 Alex Fasolo 2011 19 29 100 133 100 133
2 Jordan De Goey 2015 14 14 50 36 50 36
3 Daniel Wells 2003 (North Melbourne) 10 11 10 11 253 161
4 Brodie Grundy 2013 20 4 82 27 82 27
5 Jamie Elliott 2012 17 34 89 138 89 138
6 Tyson Goldsack 2007 20 1 161 50 161 50
7 Adam Treloar 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 21 13 43 26 122 74
8 Tom Langdon 2014 11 0 57 2 57 2
9 Jesse White 2008 (Sydney) 4 5 56 75 127 148
10 Scott Pendlebury (c) 2006 16 5 252 157 252 157
11 Jarryd Blair 2010 12 11 155 121 155 121
12 Matthew Scharenberg 2015 10 0 14 0 14 0
13 Taylor Adams 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 22 9 66 24 97 36
14 James Aish 2014 (Brisbane Lions) 8 1 23 11 55 19
15 Lynden Dunn 2006 (Melbourne) 17 1 17 1 182 98
16 Chris Mayne 2008 (Fremantle) 3 2 3 2 175 198
17 Callum Brown 2017 5 1 5 1 5 1
18 Travis Varcoe 2007 (Geelong) 8 2 47 18 185 148
19 Levi Greenwood 2009 (North Melbourne) 16 7 45 29 119 55
20 Ben Reid 2007 15 14 136 51 136 51
21 Tom Phillips 2016 18 9 24 12 24 12
22 Steele Sidebottom 2009 22 16 185 139 185 139
23 Lachlan Keeffe 2011 0 0 40 7 40 7
24 Josh Thomas 2013 9 6 41 25 41 25
25 Jack Crisp 2012 (Brisbane Lions) 22 6 66 31 84 41
26 Josh Daicos 2017 2 1 2 1 2 1
27 Kayle Kirby 2017 1 0 1 0 1 0
28 Ben Sinclair 2011 0 0 63 22 63 22
29 Tim Broomhead 2014 14 8 35 27 35 27
30 Darcy Moore 2015 21 25 47 58 47 58
31 Jackson Ramsay 2014 8 0 17 0 17 0
32 Will Hoskin-Elliott 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 22 18 22 18 74 60
33 Rupert Wills 2016 1 0 6 1 6 1
34 Mitch McCarthy **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
35 Sam McLarty **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
36 Brayden Sier **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
37 Brayden Maynard 2015 22 6 51 12 51 12
38 Jeremy Howe 2011 (Melbourne) 21 3 41 6 141 86
39 Ben Crocker 2016 3 3 13 13 13 13
40 Josh Smith 2016 13 2 31 6 31 6
41 Henry Schade 2015 (Gold Coast) 8 1 8 1 28 1
43 Adam Oxley 2013 0 0 31 9 31 9
44 Liam Mackie **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
45 Max Lynch **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
46 Mason Cox 2016 9 10 20 27 20 27

Squad changes[edit]

In[edit]

No. Name Position Previous Club via
3 Western Australia Daniel Wells Midfielder North Melbourne free agent[2][3]
16 Western Australia Chris Mayne Forward Fremantle free agent[4][5]
32 Victoria (Australia) Will Hoskin-Elliott Midfielder / Forward Greater Western Sydney trade[6][7]
15 Victoria (Australia) Lynden Dunn Defender Melbourne trade[8][9]
35 Victoria (Australia) Sam McLarty Defender Oakleigh Chargers AFL National Draft, second round (pick No. 30)[10]
17 Victoria (Australia) Callum Brown Midfielder Eastern Ranges AFL National Draft, second round (pick No. 35), Father–son rule selection - son of Gavin Brown[11]
27 Victoria (Australia) Kayle Kirby Forward Bendigo Pioneers AFL National Draft, third round (pick No. 50)[12]
26 Victoria (Australia) Josh Daicos Forward Oakleigh Chargers AFL National Draft, fourth round (pick No. 57), Father–son rule selection - son of Peter Daicos[13]
34 Victoria (Australia) Mitch McCarthy Ruck Dandenong Stingrays AFL Rookie Draft, first round (pick No. 7)[14]
41 Tasmania Henry Schade Defender Gold Coast AFL Rookie Draft, second round (pick No. 24)[15]
44 South Australia Liam Mackie Defender Glenelg AFL Rookie Draft, third round (pick No. 40)[16]
45 Victoria (Australia) Max Lynch Ruck Murray Bushrangers AFL Rookie Draft, fourth round (pick No. 51)[17]

Out[edit]

No. Name Position New Club via
27 Victoria (Australia) Matthew Goodyear Midfielder delisted[18]
41 Victoria (Australia) Tim Golds Defender delisted[18]
47 Victoria (Australia) Darrean Wyatt delisted[18]
16 Victoria (Australia) Nathan Brown Defender St Kilda free agent[19][20]
15 New South Wales Jarrod Witts Ruck Gold Coast trade[21][22]
32 Victoria (Australia) Travis Cloke Forward Western Bulldogs trade[23][24]
45 Victoria (Australia) Jack Frost Defender Brisbane Lions trade[25]
26 Western Australia Marley Williams Defender North Melbourne trade[26][27]
44 Western Australia Corey Gault Forward retired[28][29]
17 Western Australia Jonathon Marsh Defender retired[30][31]
9 Victoria (Australia) Jesse White Forward retired[32][33]

AFL season[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 JLT Community Series fixtures
Date and local time Opponent Scores[a] Venue Attendance Ref
Home Away Result
Thursday, 16 February (7:40 pm) Essendon 2.13.9 (105) 0.14.10 (94) Won by 11 points Etihad Stadium [H] 16,521 [34]
Saturday, 4 March (1:40 pm) Fremantle 1.11.12 (87) 1.12.4 (85) Lost by 2 points Rushton Park [A] 5,500 [35]
Saturday, 11 March (1:10 pm) Richmond 0.16.11 (107) 1.15.15 (114) Won by 7 points Ted Summerton Reserve [A] 5,701 [36]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 AFL season fixtures
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Friday, 24 March (7:50 pm) Western Bulldogs 12.14 (86) 15.10 (100) Lost by 14 points MCG [H] 66,254 11th [37]
2
Thursday, 30 March (7:20 pm) Richmond 14.15 (99) 11.14 (80) Lost by 19 points MCG [A] 58,236 11th [38]
3
Friday, 7 April (7:50 pm) Sydney 11.13 (79) 11.14 (80) Won by 1 point SCG [A] 35,310 12th [39]
4
Sunday, 16 April (3:20 pm) St Kilda 7.13 (55) 9.15 (69) Lost by 14 points Etihad Stadium [H] 36,650 13th [40]
5
Tuesday, 25 April (3:20 pm) Essendon 15.10 (100) 11.16 (82) Lost by 18 points MCG [A] 87,685 13th [41]
6
Sunday, 30 April (3:20 pm) Geelong 11.12 (78) 15.17 (107) Won by 29 points MCG [A] 46,457 12th [42]
7
Saturday, 6 May (2:10 pm) Carlton 8.8 (56) 12.7 (79) Lost by 23 points MCG [H] 70,279 15th [43]
8
Saturday, 13 May (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 15.12 (102) 15.9 (99) Lost by 3 points Spotless Stadium [A] 11,360 17th [44]
9
Saturday, 20 May (7:25 pm) Hawthorn 13.12 (90) 11.6 (72) Won by 18 points MCG [H] 54,252 13th [45]
10
Sunday, 28 May (1:10 pm) Brisbane Lions 18.21 (129) 13.6 (84) Won by 45 points MCG [H] 32,750 12th [46]
11
Sunday, 4 June (2:40 pm) Fremantle 12.13 (85) 15.15 (105) Won by 20 points Domain Stadium [A] 34,259 10th [47]
12
Monday, 12 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 15.14 (104) 15.10 (100) Lost by 4 points MCG [A] 70,926 11th [48]
13
Bye 13th
14
Saturday, 24 June (1:45 pm) Port Adelaide 9.8 (62) 13.15 (93) Lost by 31 points MCG [H] 36,622 13th [49]
15
Sunday, 2 July (3:20 pm) Hawthorn 18.10 (118) 14.10 (94) Lost by 24 points MCG [A] 56,593 15th [50]
16
Saturday, 8 July (2:10 pm) Essendon 12.8 (80) 18.9 (117) Lost by 37 points MCG [H] 63,537 15th [51]
17
Saturday, 15 July (4:35 pm) Gold Coast 13.10 (88) 15.13 (103) Won by 15 points Metricon Stadium [A] 17,275 14th [52]
18
Sunday, 23 July (3:20 pm) West Coast 13.15 (93) 13.7 (85) Won by 8 points Etihad Stadium [H] 22,927 13th [53]
19
Sunday, 30 July (3:20 pm) Adelaide 15.13 (103) 16.7 (103) Draw MCG [H] 33,269 13th [54]
20
Saturday, 5 August (7:25 pm) North Melbourne 7.15 (57) 16.15 (111) Won by 54 points Etihad Stadium [A] 33,994 12th [55]
21
Sunday, 13 August (4:10 pm) Port Adelaide 14.14 (98) 10.11 (71) Lost by 27 points Adelaide Oval [A] 37,533 13th [56]
22
Saturday, 19 August (2:10 pm) Geelong 9.5 (59) 10.10 (70) Lost by 11 points MCG [H] 47,889 13th [57]
23
Saturday, 26 August (1:45 pm) Melbourne 14.15 (99) 12.11 (83) Won by 16 points MCG [H] 51,223 13th [58]

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA % Pts Qualification
1 Adelaide 22 15 6 1 2415 1776 136.0 62 2017 finals
2 Geelong 22 15 6 1 2134 1818 117.4 62
3 Richmond (P) 22 15 7 0 1992 1684 118.3 60
4 Greater Western Sydney 22 14 6 2 2081 1812 114.8 60
5 Port Adelaide 22 14 8 0 2168 1671 129.7 56
6 Sydney 22 14 8 0 2093 1651 126.8 56
7 Essendon 22 12 10 0 2135 2004 106.5 48
8 West Coast 22 12 10 0 1964 1858 105.7 48
9 Melbourne 22 12 10 0 2035 1934 105.2 48
10 Western Bulldogs 22 11 11 0 1857 1913 97.1 44
11 St Kilda 22 11 11 0 1925 1986 96.9 44
12 Hawthorn 22 10 11 1 1864 2055 90.7 42
13 Collingwood 22 9 12 1 1944 1963 99.0 38
14 Fremantle 22 8 14 0 1607 2160 74.4 32
15 North Melbourne 22 6 16 0 1983 2264 87.6 24
16 Carlton 22 6 16 0 1594 2038 78.2 24
17 Gold Coast 22 6 16 0 1756 2311 76.0 24
18 Brisbane Lions 22 5 17 0 1877 2526 74.3 20
Source: AFL
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.
(P) Premiers.

Awards & Milestones[edit]

AFL Award Nominations[edit]

Club Awards[edit]

Milestones[edit]

VFL season[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 VFL pre-season fixture[85]
Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[a]
Saturday, 11 March (11:30 am) Geelong 10.10 (70) 10.8 (68) Won by 2 points Holden Centre [H] [86]
Friday, 24 March (4:15 pm) Footscray 9.8 (62) 17.8 (110) Lost by 48 points Holden Centre [H] [87]
Thursday, 30 March (4:00 pm) Richmond 20.10 (130) 10.6 (66) Lost by 64 points Punt Road Oval [A] [88]
Saturday, 8 April (12:00 pm) North Ballarat 19.18 (132) 5.8 (38) Won by 94 points Holden Centre [H] [89]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 VFL season fixture[90]
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ladder
position
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Saturday, 15 April (2:40 pm) Coburg 9.8 (62) 9.10 (64) Won by 2 points Piranha Park [A] 6th [91]
2
Sunday, 23 April (1:00 pm) Essendon 18.10 (118) 5.8 (38) Lost by 80 points Windy Hill [A] 11th [92]
3
Saturday, 29 April (2:00 pm) Sandringham 17.11 (113) 12.21 (93) Lost by 20 points Trevor Barker Oval [A] 12th [93]
4
Sunday, 7 May (1:00 pm) Northern Blues 6.10 (46) 9.5 (59) Lost by 13 points Victoria Park [H] 12th [94]
5
Saturday, 13 May (2:00 pm) Werribee 17.10 (112) 15.11 (101) Lost by 11 points Wangaratta Showgrounds [A] 12th [95]
6
Saturday, 20 May (3:45 pm) Box Hill Hawks 11.10 (76) 16.6 (102) Lost by 26 points Holden Centre [H] 12th [96]
7
Sunday, 4 June (12:00 pm) Sandringham 14.8 (92) 11.12 (78) Won by 14 points Victoria Park [H] 12th [97]
8
Saturday, 10 June (2:00 pm) Casey Demons 15.12 (102) 13.5 (83) Lost by 19 points Casey Fields [A] 12th [98]
9
Bye 12th
10
Saturday, 24 June (2:00 pm) Port Melbourne 13.9 (87) 19.10 (124) Won by 37 points North Port Oval [A] 12th [99]
11
Sunday, 2 July (11:45 am) Footscray 13.7 (85) 12.8 (80) Won by 5 points Victoria Park [H] 12th [100]
12
Saturday, 8 July (1:00 pm) Geelong 7.8 (50) 11.10 (76) Won by 26 points Simonds Stadium [A] 11th [101]
13
Saturday, 15 July (1:00 pm) Williamstown 10.10 (70) 20.10 (120) Lost by 60 points Victoria Park [H] 11th [102]
14
Sunday, 23 July (10:20 am) Richmond 16.6 (102) 14.20 (104) Won by 2 points Punt Road Oval [A] 11th [103]
15
Sunday, 30 July (11:45 am) Essendon 13.8 (86) 15.10 (100) Lost by 14 points Victoria Park [H] 11th [104]
16
Saturday, 5 August (3:45 pm) Werribee 11.4 (70) 15.12 (102) Won by 32 points Etihad Stadium [A] 10th [105]
17
Sunday, 13 August (1:00 pm) North Ballarat 19.14 (128) 6.5 (41) Won by 87 points Victoria Park [H] 8th [106]
18
Saturday, 19 August (10:45 am) Geelong 9.17 (71) 11.10 (76) Lost by 5 points Holden Centre [H] 8th [107]
19
Saturday, 26 August (10:45 am) Port Melbourne 8.11 (59) 9.11 (65) Lost by 6 points Holden Centre [H] 8th [108]

Finals series[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 VFL finals series fixture
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[a]
1st Elimination Final
Saturday, 2 September (2:40 pm) Richmond 12.13 (85) 11.7 (73) Lost by 12 points Fortburn Stadium [A] [109]
Collingwood was eliminated from the 2017 VFL finals series

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA % Pts
1 Williamstown 18 14 4 0 1812 1144 158.4 56
2 Box Hill Hawks 18 13 4 1 1821 1435 126.9 54
3 Port Melbourne 18 12 5 1 1694 1231 137.6 50
4 Casey Demons 18 12 6 0 1417 1328 106.7 48
5 Richmond 18 11 7 0 1917 1348 142.2 44
6 Essendon 18 10 8 0 1653 1311 126.1 40
7 Footscray 18 10 8 0 1694 1391 121.8 40
8 Collingwood 18 8 10 0 1498 1547 96.8 32
9 Northern Blues 18 8 10 0 1368 1542 88.7 32
10 Geelong 18 8 10 0 1367 1575 86.8 32
11 Sandringham 18 8 10 0 1492 1744 85.6 32
12 Werribee 18 8 10 0 1445 1752 82.5 32
13 Coburg 18 2 16 0 1142 2032 56.2 8
14 North Ballarat 18 1 17 0 1084 2024 53.6 4
Updated to match(es) played on 27 August 2017. Source: SportsTG
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.

Women's season[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2017 AFL Women's season fixture[110]
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Friday, 3 February (7:45 pm) Carlton 7.4 (46) 1.5 (11) Lost by 35 points Ikon Park [A] 24,568 8th [111]
2
Saturday, 11 February (7:40 pm) Melbourne 4.1 (25) 7.2 (44) Lost by 19 points Ikon Park [H] 6,916 8th [112]
3
Saturday, 18 February (3:35 pm) Brisbane 4.3 (27) 3.5 (23) Lost by 4 points South Pine Sports Complex [A] 5,500 8th [113]
4
Saturday, 25 February (7:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 3.7 (25) 5.2 (32) Won by 7 points VU Whitten Oval [A] 6,733 6th [114]
5
Saturday, 4 March (10:35 am) Fremantle 4.7 (31) 5.2 (32) Won by 1 point Rushton Park [A] 2,800 5th [115]
6
Sunday, 12 March (11:05 am) Greater Western Sydney 7.13 (55) 3.1 (19) Won by 36 points Olympic Park Oval [H] 2,700 5th [116]
7
Sunday, 19 March (1:35 pm) Adelaide 7.4 (46) 10.10 (70) Lost by 24 points Olympic Park Oval [H] 2,500 5th [117]

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA % Pts Qualification
1 Brisbane 7 6 0 1 224 148 151.4 26 Grand Final
2 Adelaide (P) 7 5 2 0 291 185 157.3 20
3 Melbourne 7 5 2 0 258 183 141.0 20
4 Carlton 7 3 3 1 261 232 112.5 14
5 Collingwood 7 3 4 0 224 262 85.5 12
6 Western Bulldogs 7 2 5 0 237 232 102.2 8
7 Fremantle 7 1 5 1 191 298 64.1 6
8 Greater Western Sydney 7 1 5 1 157 303 51.8 6
Source: AFL.com.au
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.

Squad[edit]

Players are listed by guernsey number, and 2017 statistics are for AFL Women's regular season and finals series matches during the 2017 AFL Women's season only. Career statistics include a player's complete AFL Women's 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 as of Round 7 of the 2017 season (19 March 2017) and are taken from Australian Football.
No. Name AFLW debut Games (2017) Goals (2017) Games (CFC) Goals (CFC) Games (AFLW career) Goals (AFLW career)
1 Caitlyn Edwards 2017 7 2 7 2 7 2
2 Alicia Eva 2017 7 3 7 3 7 3
3 Penny Cula-Reid 2017 2 0 2 0 2 0
4 Sarah D'Arcy 2017 7 2 7 2 7 2
5 Emma Grant 2017 7 1 7 1 7 1
6 Christina Bernardi 2017 6 2 6 2 6 2
7 Lauren Tesoriero 2017 5 0 5 0 5 0
8 Brittany Bonnici 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
9 Melissa Kuys 2017 6 0 6 0 6 0
10 Kendra Heil **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Helen Roden 2017 1 0 1 0 1 0
12 Stacey Livingstone 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
17 Steph Chiocci (c) 2017 7 1 7 1 7 1
18 Ruby Schleicher 2017 5 0 5 0 5 0
19 Lou Wotton 2017 3 0 3 0 3 0
20 Cecilia McIntosh 2017 6 1 6 1 6 1
21 Nicola Stevens 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
22 Sophie Casey 2017 5 1 5 1 5 1
23 Moana Hope 2017 7 7 7 7 7 7
24 Kate Sheahan 2017 1 0 1 0 1 0
25 Meg Hutchins 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
26 Tara Morgan 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
27 Jess Cameron 2017 7 6 7 6 7 6
31 Georgia Walker 2017 2 0 2 0 2 0
33 Bree White 2017 7 1 7 1 7 1
38 Amelia Barden 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0
43 Jasmine Garner 2017 7 5 7 5 7 5
60 Emma King 2017 7 0 7 0 7 0

League Awards[edit]

Club Awards[edit]

Notes[edit]

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

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