Richmond Football Club | Tigers

Richmond Football Club | Tigers

Richmond Football Club | TigersThe Richmond Football Club are the reigning 2019 AFL premiers.

Richmond Football Club enjoyed its most successful era in the 1960s and 80s, where it won five flags. The last Tiger flag was in 2019, when Damien Hardwick's remarkable group brushed aside Grand Final rookies Greater Western Sydney on its way to an emphatic 89-point win, making it two premierships in three years.

Yellow & Black


The Yellow & Black is the best known catch-phrase in football and belongs to the mighty Tigers ~ Richmond Football Club.

Not only is the Yellow & Black the best known catch-phrase in football, the Tigers also have the best club song, rated by supporters, opposition teams and players as the most popular club song

The Story of the Tigers


The present Richmond Football Club was founded on February 10, 1885 at the Royal Hotel in Richmond. The first committee chose all blue with a yellow and black sash; cap with yellow and black stripe running from back to front but from 1887, Richmond would wear the now famous yellow and black strip.

Richmond Football Club's first game was played on April 25, 1885 at the Richmond Cricket Ground (Punt Road Oval) against Cremorne and despite playing 20 men to Cremorne's 23, Richmond won this historic encounter 2.12 (24) to 1.4 (10).

The first great era of the club between 1919 and 1934, Richmond won four premierships and was runner-up on seven occasions.

In 1931, Jack Dyer made his senior debut with the Tigers. 'Captain Blood', a gentleman off the ground, a rugged giant on it, strode Punt Road like a colossus. Dyer's influence on the Club, and its identity, far exceeded his then VFL record of 312 games. He coached the Tigers from 1941 to 1952, and was captain-coach of Richmond's 1943 premiership team. If you wanted to personify Richmond in a single man, you need not look further than Jack. His presence is still felt at the ground and enhanced by a statue outisde Punt Road oval.

The club's shift across Yarra Park to the MCG in 1965, arguably Richmond's most successful era began with players of the calibre of Royce Hart, Francis Bourke and Kevin Bartlett (the Club's games record holder with 403), the Tigers, under the coaching guidance of Tom Hafey won four premierships.

Richmond is one of the 'big four' Melbourne clubs, the 'Eat 'em Alive' spirit that arose in the 1920s is still manifested in football's most passionate supporter base. In 2018, Richmond was the first club to reach 100,000 members in a season. Tiger fans are loud, proud and fiercely loyal. The enjoys strong community associations with a Multicultural Schools Football Program, Korin Gamadji Institute and The Alannah And Madeline Foundation.

Richmond Premierships


Richmond has won 12 AFL/VFL Premierships (most recent 2019). View Premierships

2019 Premiership


The Richmond Football Club are the reigning 2019 premiers.

Richmond's 17.12 (114) to 3.7 (25) Grand Final demolition of Greater Western Sydney goes into the records books are the AFL grand final's biggest winning margin.

Dustin Martin won a second Norm Smith medal for best player on the ground.

Marion Pickett (Richmond) was the first player since 1952 to play his first AFL game in a grand final. He was one of the best players on the field.

RICHMOND 2.3 7.5 12.9 17.12 (114)
GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY 1.2 1.6 2.7 3.7 (25)

GOALS
Richmond: Riewoldt 5, Martin 4, Lynch 2, Rioli, Soldo, Pickett, Lambert, Bolton, Cotchin
Greater Western Sydney: Cameron, Hopper, Himmelberg

BEST
Richmond: Martin, Riewoldt, Prestia, Pickett, Edwards, Vlastuin, Houli
Greater Western Sydney: Taranto, Shaw, Haynes, Hopper, Williams

NORM SMITH MEDAL VOTING
15 - Dustin Martin, Richmond - 33333
6 - Bachar Houli, Richmond - 222
4 - Marlion Pickett, Richmond - 211
3 - Jack Riewoldt, Richmond - 111
2 - Dion Prestia, Richmond - 2

Judges voting (3, 2, 1)
Alastair Lynch (Chair) - D. Martin, B. Houli, J. Riewoldt
Chris Johnson - D. Martin, D. Prestia, J. Riewoldt
Matthew Lloyd - D. Martin, B. Houli, M. Pickett
Bruce McAvaney - D. Martin, B. Houli, M. Pickett
Angela Pippos - D. Martin, M. Pickett, J. Riewoldt

INJURIES
Richmond: Nil
Greater Western Sydney: Nil

Reports: Nil

Umpires: Stevic, Ryan, Chamberlain

Official crowd: 100,014 at the MCG

Milestones


2019 Premiership
2017 Premiership
Damian Martin Brownlow Medal
2015 Trent Cotchin Brownlow Medal
1990 - Save our Skins campaign
1983 - Bartlett's 400th game
1980 - 1980 Premiership
Michael Roach kicks 100 goals
1974 Premiership
1973 Premiership
1971 - Ian Stewart Brownlow Medal
1970 - Richmond players meet the Queen
1969 Premiership
1967 Premiership
1965 - Richmond moves to the MCG
Tommy Hafey appointed coach
1954 - Roy Wright Brownlow Medal
1952 - Roy Wright Brownlow Medal
1949 - Punt Road Oval Record Crowd
1944 - The legendary Jack Dyer
1943 Premiership
1940 - Jack Titus kicks 100 goals
1934 Premiership
1932 Premiership
1931- Jack Dyer debuts
1921 Premiership
1920 Premiership
1908 - Richmond joins VFL
1905 Premiership (VFA)
1902 Premiership (VFA)

Richmond Museum


Richmond's club museum is located in the Jack Dyer Stand, open on Mondays between 10am and 3pm + two hours prior to Richmond home games at the MCG.

The museum is a must-see for all Tiger fans | Richmond Museum

Carn' the TIGERS!!!


See below for Richmond Football Club official and unofficial web links:


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❊Venue | Location ❊


 Swinburne Centre | Punt Road Oval [show]

⊜ Corner Punt Road and Brunton Ave   Richmond | Map
Corner Punt Road and Brunton AveRichmondVictoria
(03) 9429 5333

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❊ Web Links ❊


Richmond Football Club | Tigers 

www.richmondfc.com.au

www.facebook.com/Richmond.FC

www.tigerlandarchive.org

www.puntroadend.com

Yellow and Black


❊ Also See... ❊


Date aside, Tigers get Jack's number

DYER, Jack - 07/07/2003

Mount Macedon Winery

Tigerland salute | Jack [Captain Blood] Dyer

True Story: DVD 2017 AFL Grand Final - Richmond -v- Adelaide

Yarra Park

Official Merchandise

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