Essendon Football Club | Bombers
Sixteen premiership cups, seven Brownlow medals, the 1874 best & fairest trophy, the league's first premiership team, 'talking lockers' and much, much more.
Where can you see it? Only at the Essendon Hall of Fame.
Situated at the Windy Hill precinct, the Hall of Fame celebrates the history and achievements of the mighty Bombers, from 1872 to the present day.
Do you want the good oil from Windy Hill first hand? Do you want to get the big stories before anyone else? Then join the Engine Room. The Engine Room is the Essendon Football Club's Member's Only section of the Bomberland website.
1871 Essendon Football Club formed
1891 Essendon wins first of four consecutive VFA premierships.
1897 Essendon wins the first VFL premiership.
1901 Essendon wins second premiership beating Collingwood by 27 points
1911 Essendon wins 3rd premiership.
1912 Essendon wins its 4th premiership.
1923 Essendon wins premiership.
1924 Essendon wins second successive premiership.
1949 Club wins premiership beating Carlton by 73 points
1993 Club wins 15th premiership, over favourites Carlton
2000 Club wins 16th Premiership and loses only once in 25 games.
2013 Supplements Scandal
The biggest story in AFL history saw an investigation into Essendon players being given a range of supplements to improve performance and increase recovery times duing 2011-2012. It was deemed the program was poorly managed and monitored due to a lack of care by Essendon officials and coaching staff. In August 2013, the AFL commission handed down the harshest penalty in its history.
The Essendon Football Club was fined $2m. The coach James Hird was suspended for 12 months. Other officials were fined. Essendon Football Club lost its 2013 premiership points and demoted to 9th position.
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