Blackburn Football Club
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|Full name||Blackburn Football Club|
|Strip||Red & Black|
|League||Eastern Football League|
|2016 Coach||Kon Karavias|
|2016 Captain||Anthony Fagan
||! Senior Premiership Years||1980, 2002|
|Junior Premiership Years||2004 (U-12 B, U-14 B), 2005 (U-13 A),|
The Blackburn Football Club is an Australian rules football club located in Blackburn, Victoria. They play in Division 1 of the Eastern Football League. They are known as the Panthers or the Burners, and play their home games at Morton Park.
The Senior Club has a Senior Side, Reserve Side, Under 19 side and a Under 19 Development Side which is in conjunction with Whitehorse Pioneers.
Senior Coach - Kon Karavias, Reserves Coach - Alan Love, Under 19 Coach - Mat Eccles, Development Team Coach - Tony De Preu ... Gus MacLeod is the Clubs Head of Hydration
The club entered Division 1 of the EFL in 2003, having won the Division 2 Premiership in 2002. It has remained in Division 1 in the years since, and made the finals in 2011.
Blackburn's jumper is black with red stripes. The club's senior jumper changed in 2008, with a white patch added to the back of the jumper with a black number, similar in style to AFL club Hawthorn.
VFL/AFL Blackburn Products
- Jordan Lisle - Hawthorn, Brisbane Lions
- Tom Schneider - Hawthorn
- Bryan Wood - Richmond, Essendon
- Rod Appleton
- Ian Scrimshaw
- Daniel McKenzie - St Kilda Football Club
Ben Griffiths ( Richmond)
We're a happy team at Blackburn, we're the Mighty Fighting 'Burns ( 2,3,4 ). We love our club and we play to win, riding the bumps with a grin at Blackburn. Come what may you'll find us striving, teamwork is the thing that count ( 2,3,4). All for one and one for all, the way we play at Blackburn We are the Mighty Fighting 'Burns.
- Sung to the tune of The Yankee Doodle Boy, and similar to AFL club Hawthorn.