List of Melbourne Storm records

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This is a list of records and statistics for the Melbourne Storm who have played in the Australian National Rugby League competition since 1998. This page is current as at 19 June 2019

NOTE: Individual and Club Records on this page are NRL records only and do not take into account games against non NRL teams e.g. World Club Challenge

Sources:[1] and [2]

The current Melbourne Storm all time head to head win-loss record is as follows:

Games Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Win %
567 369 6 192 13,490 9,522 65.60%

NOTE: The Storm's wins percentage is currently the best in the league.

Club honours[edit]

NRL Premierships[edit]

Year Opponent Score
1999 NRL Grand Final St. George Illawarra Dragons 20-18
2012 NRL Grand Final Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14-4
2017 NRL Grand Final North Queensland Cowboys 34-6

NOTE: 2007 and 2009 titles stripped due to salary cap breach.

NRL Runners Up[edit]

Year Opponent Score
2006 NRL Grand Final Brisbane Broncos 8-15
2008 NRL Grand Final Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 0-40
2016 NRL Grand Final Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 12-14
2018 NRL Grand Final Sydney Roosters 21-6

NRL Minor Premierships[edit]

Year Wins
2011 NRL season 19
2016 NRL season 19
2017 NRL season 20

NOTE: 2006, 2007 and 2008 titles stripped due to salary cap breach

National Youth Competition Premierships[edit]

Year Opponent Score
2009 Wests Tigers 24-22

NOTE: The NYC ceased operation following the 2017 season.

Wooden Spoon[edit]

Year Wins
2010 14

NOTE: In 2010, all points were stripped and the club was forced to finish last due to salary cap breach.

World Club Challenge Titles[edit]

Year Opponent Score
2000 St. Helens 44-6
2013 Leeds Rhinos 18-14
2018 Leeds Rhinos 38-4

NOTE: 2010 title stripped due to salary cap breach

Finals Appearances[edit]

1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Club Records[edit]

Top 5 Biggest Wins[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
64 64-0 Wests Tigers Colonial Stadium 5 July 2001
64 68-4 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 4 August 2013
60 70-10 St. George Illawarra Dragons MCG 3 March 2000
60 64-4 Parramatta Eels AAMI Park 25 August 2013
54 64-10 Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium 11 May 2019

Top 5 Biggest Losses[edit]

Margin Score Opponent Venue Date
46 4-50 St. George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium 4 June 2000
46 4-50 Bulldogs Sydney Showground 10 August 2003
44 10-54 Parramatta Eels Colonial Stadium 20 July 2001
40 0-40 Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium 5 October 2008
39 0-39 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs ANZ Stadium 14 July 2013

Top 4 Highest Scores[edit]

Mel. Opp. Opponent Venue Date
70 10 St. George Illawarra Dragons MCG 3 March 2000
68 4 Canberra Raiders Canberra Stadium 4 August 2013
66 14 Penrith Panthers Olympic Park 2 July 2004
64 0 Wests Tigers Docklands Stadium 5 July 2001
64 4 Parramatta Eels AAMI Park 25 August 2013
64 6 South Sydney Rabbitohs AAMI Park 26 August 2017

Top 4 Highest Scores Conceded[edit]

Opp. Mel. Opponent Venue Date
54 10 Parramatta Eels Colonial Stadium 20 July 2001
50 4 St. George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium 4 June 2000
50 28 Sydney Roosters Sydney Football Stadium 12 August 2001
50 4 Bulldogs Sydney Showground 10 August 2003

Most Consecutive Wins[edit]

  • 15, 4 August 2012 - 4 May 2013; includes the 2012 NRL Final Series and Premiership

Most Consecutive Losses[edit]

  • 6, 27 April 2002 - 8 June 2002

Biggest Comeback[edit]

Recovered from a 22-point deficit.

Worst Collapse[edit]

Surrendered a 16-point lead.

Individual Records[edit]

Games Records[edit]

  • NRL Games only

300+ Games

Games Player Time span
397 Cameron Smith 2002–present
323 Cooper Cronk 2004–2017
319 Billy Slater 2003–2018

200 - 299 Games

Games Player Time span
265 Ryan Hoffman 2003–2010, 2012–2014 & 2018
262 Matt Geyer 1998–2008
215 Jesse Bromwich 2010–present
204 Will Chambers 2007–2009 & 2012–present

150 - 199 Games

Games Player Time span
179 Kevin Proctor 2008–2016
177 Scott Hill 1998–2006
175 Ryan Hinchcliffe 2009–2015
169 Robbie Kearns 1998–2005
157 Dallas Johnson 2003–2009

Most Tries In A Match[edit]

Tries Player Opponent Venue Date
4 Matt Geyer Western Suburbs Magpies Lathlain Oval 8 May 1999
Auckland Warriors Olympic Park 18 June 2000
Aaron Moule Northern Eagles Colonial Stadium 13 April 2001
Jake Webster Wests Tigers Olympic Park 5 August 2006
Billy Slater Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Etihad Stadium 11 September 2009
Sisa Waqa Newcastle Knights Hunter Stadium 9 August 2014
Suliasi Vunivalu Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles Brookvale Oval 20 August 2016

Most Goals In A Match[edit]

Most Points In A Match[edit]

Most Tries In A Season[edit]

Tries Player Year
23 Suliasi Vunivalu 2016
2017
Josh Addo-Carr 2017

Top 4 Most Tries For Club[edit]

Tries Player Time span
190 Billy Slater 2003–2018
113 Matt Geyer 1998–2008
92 Cooper Cronk 2004–2017
80 Will Chambers 2007–present

Most Points In A Season[edit]

Top 4 Most Points For Club[edit]

Points Player Tries Goals Field Goals Time span
2486 Cameron Smith 43 1155 4 2002–present
877 Matt Orford 52 333 3 2001–2005
760 Billy Slater 190 0 0 2003–2018
662 Matt Geyer 113 105 0 1998–2008

NOTE: Cameron Smith's total is also the current League Record

Individual Competition Honours[edit]

Clive Churchill Medal[edit]

Awarded to NRL Grand Final Player of the Match


Dally M Medal[edit]

Awarded to NRL Season Player of the Year


Golden Boot Award[edit]

Awarded to World's Best Rugby League Player of the Year


Wally Lewis Medal[edit]

Awarded to State of Origin Player of the Year


Ron McAuliffe Medal[edit]

Awarded to Queensland State of Origin Player of the Year


Brad Fittler Medal[edit]

Awarded to New South Wales State of Origin Player of the Year


World Club Challenge Medal[edit]

Awarded to World Club Challenge Player of the Match


Sprit of ANZAC Medal[edit]

Awarded to the Michael Moore Trophy Player of the ANZAC Day Match against the New Zealand Warriors.


Jack Gibson Medal[edit]

Awarded to National Youth Competition Grand Final Player of the Match


Individual Club Honours[edit]

Melbourne Storm Player of the Year[edit]

Melbourne Storm Rookie of the Year[edit]

Award renamed "The Billy Slater Award" as of 2018 Melbourne Storm Awards Night.

Stadium records[edit]

Home Grounds used by the Storm[edit]

From To Stadium Capacity
1998 2000 Olympic Park Stadium 18,500
2001 2010* Docklands Stadium 56,347
2002 2009 Olympic Park Stadium 18,500
2010 present AAMI Park 30,050

* Docklands Stadium (Etihad) was only used as the Storm's sole home ground in 2001, following which the club returned to Olympic Park from 2002 and only played a small number of high-profile regular season and finals games at the larger retractable-roofed stadium from 2008 until the opening of AAMI Park in 2010.

NOTE: Since 2016 the Storm have also played an annual Home fixture at Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium.

Attendances[edit]

Top 5 Home Attendances (Regular Season)[edit]

Crowd Stadium Opponent Comment Date
52,347 Suncorp Stadium North Queensland Cowboys Double Header which included a Broncos vs Sea Eagles game straight after. 14/05/2016
44,127 Suncorp Stadium Gold Coast Titans Double Header 13/05/2017
31,118 Suncorp Stadium Gold Coast Titans Double Header 12/05/2018
28,716 AAMI Park New Zealand Warriors ANZAC Day 25/04/2014
25,731 AAMI Park New Zealand Warriors ANZAC Day 25/04/2018

Top 5 Home Attendances (Finals)[edit]

Crowd Stadium Opponent Comment Date
33,427 Docklands Stadium Parramatta Eels Preliminary final 23/09/2007
29,315 AAMI Park North Queensland Cowboys Preliminary final 26/09/2015
28,821 AAMI Park Brisbane Broncos Preliminary final 22/09/2017
28,580 AAMI Park New Zealand Warriors Preliminary final 24/09/2011
28,161 AAMI Park Canberra Raiders Preliminary final 24/09/2016

Kit sponsors and manufacturers[edit]

Year Kit Manufacturer Chest Sponsor (Main) Chest Sponsor (Minor) Back Sponsors (top) Back Sponsors (bottom) Sleeve Sponsors Shorts Sponsors (front) Shorts Sponsors (back)
1998 Nike Player Names None (R1 - late 98)
Honda (late 98 - Finals)
1999 Fila Player Names Honda
2000 Fila Player Names Honda
2001 Fila Adecco Adecco Honda Accpac
2002 Fila Adecco Adecco Honda Accpac
2003 Canterbury Adecco Adecco Accpac Crazy Johns
2004 Canterbury Adecco Adecco Accpac Crazy Johns
2005 Reebok Adecco Adecco Medibank Private
2006 Reebok Medibank Private Host Plus Host Plus None (R1-R6)
Mortgage House (R7 - GF)
None (R1 - late 06)
Jayco (Late 2006 - GF)
2007 Reebok Medibank Private Host Plus Host Plus Mortgage House Jayco
2008 Reebok Medibank Private Host Plus Host Plus Suzuki Jayco
2009 KooGa ME Bank Host Plus Host Plus Suzuki Jayco
2010 KooGa ME Bank (R1 - R6)
Jayco (R7 - R26)
Host Plus (R1 - R6)
Suzuki (R7 - R26)
Host Plus (R1 - R6)
Jayco (R7 - R26)
Suzuki Makita Jayco
2011 KooGa Crown None (R1- R26)
Harvey Norman (Finals)
None (R1- R26)
Harvey Norman (Finals)
Suzuki Makita Jayco
2012 KooGa Crown None (R1- R10)
Programmed (R11 - GF)
None (R1 - R26)
Anzac Biscuits (Finals)
Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2013 KooGa Crown Programmed None (R1 - R16)
Tigerair (R17 - Finals)
Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2014 BLK Crown Resorts Programmed Tigerair Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2015 BLK Crown Resorts Spot Jobs Programmed Tigerair Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2016 Star Athletic Crown Resorts Spot Jobs Host Plus Tigerair Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2017 International Sports Clothing Crown Resorts Tigerair Host Plus Tigerair Suzuki Makita Harvey Norman
2018 International Sports Clothing Crown Resorts Tigerair Fuso Tigerair Suzuki Host Plus Host Plus
2019 International Sports Clothing Purple Bricks Tigerair Fuso Tigerair Suzuki Host Plus Host Plus

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Melbourne Storm Stats". Rugby League Project. 19 May 2016.
  2. ^ "Rugby League Tables". afltables.com.au. 2 May 2018.