2016 Collingwood Football Club season

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Collingwood Football Club
2016 season
President Eddie McGuire
Coach Nathan Buckley
(5th season)
Captain(s) Scott Pendlebury
(3rd season)
Home ground The MCG
Regular season 12th
Finals series DNQ
Best and Fairest Scott Pendlebury
Leading goalkicker Alex Fasolo (25 goals)
Highest home attendance 85,082 vs. Essendon (Round 5)
Lowest home attendance 17,644 vs. Gold Coast (Round 22)
Average home attendance 46,188[1]
Club membership 74,643

The 2016 Collingwood Football Club season was the club's 120th season of senior competition in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club also fielded its reserves team in the VFL.

Squad[edit]

Players are listed by guernsey number, and 2016 statistics are for AFL regular season and finals series matches during the 2016 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 2016 season (28 August 2016) and are taken from AFL Tables
No. Name AFL debut Games (2016) Goals (2016) Games (CFC) Goals (CFC) Games (AFL career) Goals (AFL career)
1 Alex Fasolo 2011 12 25 81 104 81 104
2 Jordan De Goey 2015 20 16 36 22 36 22
3 Brent Macaffer 2009 4 1 77 33 77 33
4 Brodie Grundy 2013 21 11 62 23 62 23
5 Jamie Elliott 2012 0 0 72 104 72 104
6 Tyson Goldsack 2007 4 1 141 49 141 49
7 Adam Treloar 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 22 13 22 13 101 61
8 Tom Langdon 2014 5 2 46 2 46 2
9 Jesse White 2008 (Sydney) 16 23 52 70 123 143
10 Scott Pendlebury (c) 2006 22 11 236 152 236 152
11 Jarryd Blair 2010 21 15 143 110 143 110
12 Matthew Scharenberg 2015 0 0 4 0 4 0
13 Taylor Adams 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 14 6 44 15 75 27
14 James Aish 2014 (Brisbane Lions) 15 10 15 10 47 18
15 Jarrod Witts 2013 2 0 40 18 40 18
16 Nathan Brown 2008 16 0 130 7 130 7
17 Jonathon Marsh 2015 10 0 15 0 15 0
18 Travis Varcoe 2007 (Geelong) 17 6 39 16 177 146
19 Levi Greenwood 2009 (North Melbourne) 21 18 29 22 103 48
20 Ben Reid 2007 17 0 121 37 121 37
21 Tom Phillips 2016 6 3 6 3 6 3
22 Steele Sidebottom 2009 20 17 163 123 163 123
23 Lachlan Keeffe 2011 0 0 40 7 40 7
24 Josh Thomas 2013 0 0 32 19 32 19
25 Jack Crisp 2012 (Brisbane Lions) 22 9 44 25 62 35
26 Marley Williams 2012 11 0 68 6 68 6
27 Matthew Goodyear 2016 2 0 2 0 2 0
28 Ben Sinclair 2011 13 2 63 22 63 22
29 Tim Broomhead 2014 2 3 21 19 21 19
30 Darcy Moore 2015 17 24 26 33 26 33
31 Jackson Ramsay 2014 2 0 9 0 9 0
32 Travis Cloke 2005 13 17 246 441 246 441
33 Rupert Wills 2016 5 1 5 1 5 1
34 Alan Toovey 2007 8 0 159 9 159 9
35 Brayden Sier **** 0 0 0 0 0 0
36 Dane Swan 2003 1 0 258 211 258 211
37 Brayden Maynard 2015 20 4 29 6 29 6
38 Jeremy Howe 2011 (Melbourne) 20 3 20 3 120 83
39 Ben Crocker 2016 10 10 10 10 10 10
40 Josh Smith 2016 18 4 18 4 18 4
41 Tim Golds 2012 (Greater Western Sydney) 0 0 0 0 6 0
43 Adam Oxley 2013 12 4 31 9 31 9
44 Corey Gault 2014 2 0 6 4 6 4
45 Jack Frost 2013 10 0 54 0 54 0
46 Mason Cox 2016 11 17 11 17 11 17
47 Darrean Wyatt **** 0 0 0 0 0 0

Squad changes[edit]

In[edit]

No. Name Position Previous Club via
47 Victoria (Australia) Darrean Wyatt College of Coastal Georgia AFL Rookie Draft, fifth round (pick No. 64)[2]
38 Tasmania Jeremy Howe Forward / Defender Melbourne trade[3]
7 Victoria (Australia) Adam Treloar Midfielder Greater Western Sydney trade[4]
14 South Australia James Aish Midfielder Brisbane Lions trade[5]
35 Victoria (Australia) Brayden Sier Midfielder Northern Knights AFL National Draft, second round (pick No. 32)[6]
21 Victoria (Australia) Tom Phillips Midfielder Oakleigh Chargers AFL National Draft, fourth round (pick No. 58)[7]
33 Victoria (Australia) Rupert Wills Midfielder / Forward Collingwood Reserves AFL National Draft, fifth round (pick No. 63)[8]
39 Victoria (Australia) Ben Crocker Midfielder / Forward Oakleigh Chargers AFL National Draft, fifth round (pick No. 65)[9]
23 Queensland Lachlan Keeffe Defender Collingwood AFL Rookie Draft, first round (pick No. 7)[10]
40 Queensland Josh Smith Midfielder Redland AFL Rookie Draft, second round (pick No. 25)[11]
24 Queensland Josh Thomas Midfielder Collingwood AFL Rookie Draft, third round (pick No. 42)[10]
41 Victoria (Australia) Tim Golds Defender Greater Western Sydney AFL Rookie Draft, fourth round (pick No. 55)[12]

Out[edit]

No. Name Position New Club via
2 Victoria (Australia) Sam Dwyer Midfielder / Forward delisted[13]
14 Victoria (Australia) Clinton Young Midfielder / Forward delisted[13]
27 New South Wales Tony Armstrong Defender delisted[13]
39 Victoria (Australia) Michael Manteit Defender / Midfielder delisted[13]
33 Victoria (Australia) Patrick Karnezis Forward retired[14]
41 Western Australia Brenden Abbott Forward delisted[15]
7 South Australia Ben Kennedy Midfielder / Forward Melbourne trade[3]
40 Victoria (Australia) Paul Seedsman Defender Adelaide trade[3]
21 Victoria (Australia) Nathan Freeman Midfielder St Kilda trade[16]
3 Victoria (Australia) Brent Macaffer Midfielder / Forward retired[17]
34 Western Australia Alan Toovey Defender retired[17]
36 Victoria (Australia) Dane Swan Midfielder retired[18]

Season summary[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Collingwood's 2016 NAB Challenge fixtures
Date and local time Opponent Scores[a] Venue Attendance Ref
Home Away Result
Friday, 26 February (7:10 pm) Geelong 2.16.9 (123) 0.21.5 (131) Won by 8 points Simonds Stadium [A] 20,460 [19]
Saturday, 5 March (4:40 pm) North Melbourne 1.10.8 (77) 0.12.13 (85) Won by 8 points Robertson Oval [A] 6,000 [20]
Saturday, 12 March (1:10 pm) Western Bulldogs 1.15.8 (107) 1.14.12 (105) Won by 2 points Etihad Stadium [H] 12,594 [21]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2016 AFL season fixtures
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Attendance Ladder
position
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Saturday, 26 March (7:25 pm) Sydney 18.25 (133) 7.11 (53) Lost by 80 points SCG [A] 33,857 17th [22]
2
Friday, 1 April (7:50 pm) Richmond 13.9 (87) 12.14 (86) Won by 1 point MCG [H] 72,761 14th [23]
3
Saturday, 9 April (1:45 pm) St Kilda 18.11 (119) 14.6 (90) Lost by 29 points MCG [A] 50,903 14th [24]
4
Sunday, 17 April (3:20 pm) Melbourne 9.13 (67) 16.6 (102) Lost by 35 points MCG [H] 47,558 15th [25]
5
Monday, 25 April (3:20 pm) Essendon 22.10 (142) 11.7 (73) Won by 69 points MCG [H] 85,082 11th [26]
6
Sunday, 1 May (2:40 pm) West Coast 18.16 (124) 9.8 (62) Lost by 62 points Domain Stadium [A] 37,931 13th [27]
7
Saturday, 7 May (1:45 pm) Carlton 12.12 (84) 15.9 (99) Lost by 15 points MCG [H] 60,222 14th [28]
8
Saturday, 14 May (7:25 pm) Brisbane Lions 10.5 (65) 20.23 (143) Won by 78 points Gabba [A] 24,552 12th [29]
9
Saturday, 21 May (1:45 pm) Geelong 16.8 (104) 11.14 (80) Won by 24 points MCG [H] 59,864 11th [30]
10
Sunday, 29 May (3:20 pm) Western Bulldogs 7.11 (53) 11.8 (74) Lost by 21 points MCG [H] 45,078 12th [31]
11
Sunday, 5 June (1:10 pm) Port Adelaide 7.16 (58) 19.11 (125) Lost by 67 points MCG [H] 28,567 12th [32]
12
Monday, 13 June (3:20 pm) Melbourne 16.8 (104) 8.10 (58) Lost by 46 points MCG [A] 60,158 14th [33]
13
Bye 14th
14
Friday, 24 June (7:50 pm) Fremantle 12.13 (85) 5.7 (37) Won by 48 points MCG [H] 20,320 14th [34]
15
Saturday, 2 July (7:25 pm) Carlton 6.9 (45) 8.9 (57) Won by 12 points MCG [A] 56,157 11th [35]
16
Saturday, 9 July (1:40 pm) Greater Western Sydney 14.9 (93) 19.11 (125) Won by 32 points Spotless Stadium [A] 13,483 11th [36]
17
Saturday, 16 July (7:10 pm) Adelaide 14.13 (97) 10.9 (69) Lost by 28 points Adelaide Oval [A] 50,012 12th [37]
18
Friday, 22 July (7:50 pm) North Melbourne 12.12 (84) 18.16 (124) Lost by 40 points Etihad Stadium [H] 36,041 12th [38]
19
Saturday, 30 July (4:35 pm) West Coast 13.13 (91) 11.6 (72) Won by 19 points MCG [H] 34,929 12th [39]
20
Friday, 5 August (7:50 pm) Richmond 14.8 (92) 11.11 (77) Lost by 15 points MCG [A] 49,122 12th [40]
21
Friday, 12 August (7:50 pm) Western Bulldogs 14.11 (95) 14.8 (92) Lost by 3 points Etihad Stadium [A] 35,010 12th [41]
22
Saturday, 20 August (7:25 pm) Gold Coast 16.22 (118) 6.11 (47) Won by 71 points Etihad Stadium [H] 17,644 12th [42]
23
Sunday, 28 August (3:20 pm) Hawthorn 17.10 (112) 17.9 (111) Lost by 1 point MCG [A] 52,968 12th [43]

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA % Pts Qualification
1 Sydney 22 17 5 0 2221 1469 151.2 68 2016 finals
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2235 1554 143.8 68
3 Hawthorn 22 17 5 0 2134 1800 118.6 68
4 Greater Western Sydney 22 16 6 0 2380 1663 143.1 64
5 Adelaide 22 16 6 0 2483 1795 138.3 64
6 West Coast 22 16 6 0 2181 1678 130.0 64
7 Western Bulldogs (P) 22 15 7 0 1857 1609 115.4 60
8 North Melbourne 22 12 10 0 1956 1859 105.2 48
9 St Kilda 22 12 10 0 1953 2041 95.7 48
10 Port Adelaide 22 10 12 0 2055 1939 106.0 40
11 Melbourne 22 10 12 0 1944 1991 97.6 40
12 Collingwood 22 9 13 0 1910 1998 95.6 36
13 Richmond 22 8 14 0 1713 2155 79.5 32
14 Carlton 22 7 15 0 1568 1978 79.3 28
15 Gold Coast 22 6 16 0 1778 2273 78.2 24
16 Fremantle 22 4 18 0 1574 2119 74.3 16
17 Brisbane Lions 22 3 19 0 1770 2872 61.6 12
18 Essendon 22 3 19 0 1437 2356 61.0 12
Source: AFL
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.

Awards & Milestones[edit]

AFL Awards[edit]

AFL Award Nominations[edit]

Club Awards[edit]

Milestones[edit]

VFL season[edit]

Pre-season matches[edit]

Collingwood's 2016 VFL pre-season fixture[64]
Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[a]
Sunday, 6 March (01:00 pm) Werribee 10.7 (67) 9.3 (57) Won by 10 points Holden Centre [H] [65]
Saturday, 12 March (6:00 pm) Footscray 8.5 (53) 14.10 (94) Lost by 41 points Holden Centre [H] [66]
Saturday, 26 March (3:00 am) Coburg 16.8 (104) 5.7 (37) Won by 67 points Holden Centre [H] [67]
Saturday, 2 April (12:00 pm) Geelong 8.10 (58) 16.12 (108) Won by 50 points Simonds Stadium [A] [68]

Regular season[edit]

Collingwood's 2016 VFL season fixture
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ladder
position
Ref
Scores[a]
1
Sunday, 10 April (11:40 am) Port Melbourne 10.13 (73) 14.13 (97) Won by 24 points North Port Oval [A] 5th [69]
2
Sunday, 17 April (11:45 am) Casey Scorpions 10.5 (65) 18.13 (121) Lost by 56 points Holden Centre [H] 9th [70]
3
Sunday, 24 April (2:10 pm) Essendon 7.8 (48) 20.13 (133) Lost by 85 points Victoria Park [H] 12th [71]
4
Saturday, 30 April (2:00 pm) Northern Blues 13.13 (91) 14.16 (100) Won by 9 points Preston City Oval [A] 9th [72]
5
Saturday, 7 May (5:15 pm) Sandringham 7.5 (47) 16.18 (114) Lost by 67 points Holden Centre [H] 10th [73]
6
Saturday, 14 May (1:00 pm) Geelong 6.8 (44) 8.16 (64) Won by 20 points Simonds Stadium [A] 9th [74]
7
Saturday, 22 May (5:15 pm) Williamstown 13.8 (86) 12.9 (81) Won by 5 points Holden Centre [H] 8th [75]
8
Bye 9th
9
Saturday, 4 June (2:00 pm) Werribee 9.5 (59) 13.10 (88) Won by 29 points Avalon Airport Oval [A] 5th [76]
10
Saturday, 11 June (2:10 pm) Casey Scorpions 2.7 (19) 8.11 (59) Won by 40 points Casey Fields [A] 4th [77]
11
Bye 5th
12
Sunday, 26 June (2:10 pm) Richmond 14.12 (96) 10.10 (70) Won by 26 points Victoria Park [H] 4th [78]
13
Saturday, 2 July (4:00 pm) Northern Blues 15.9 (99) 13.8 (86) Won by 13 points Holden Centre [H] 4th [79]
14
Sunday, 10 July (1:00 pm) North Ballarat 2.7 (19) 13.12 (90) Won by 71 points Eureka Stadium [A] 4th [80]
15
Sunday, 17 July (2:00 pm) Frankston 12.5 (77) 22.11 (143) Won by 66 points Frankston Oval [A] 2nd [81]
16
Bye 3rd
17
Saturday, 30 July (12:00 pm) Geelong 13.14 (92) 5.12 (42) Won by 50 points Victoria Park [H] 3rd [82]
18
Saturday, 6 August (1:00 pm) Coburg 19.18 (132) 10.4 (64) Won by 68 points Victoria Park [H] 3rd [83]
19
Saturday, 13 August (1:00 pm) Port Melbourne 12.12 (84) 10.8 (68) Won by 16 points Victoria Park [H] 2nd [84]
20
Saturday, 20 August (1:00 pm) Box Hill Hawks 7.15 (57) 12.6 (78) Won by 21 points Box Hill City Oval [A] 1st [85]
21
Saturday, 27 August (12:00 pm) Footscray 16.9 (105) 10.13 (73) Lost by 32 points Whitten Oval [A] 2nd [86]

Finals series[edit]

Collingwood's 2016 VFL finals series fixture
Round Date and local time Opponent Home Away Result Venue Ref
Scores[a]
2nd Qualifying Final
Saturday, 3 September (2:00 pm) Williamstown 16.6 (102) 7.14 (56) Won by 46 points Ikon Park [H] [87]
2nd Preliminary Final
Saturday, 17 September (2:40 pm) Footscray 9.8 (62) 27.19 (181) Lost by 119 points North Port Oval [H] [88]
Collingwood was eliminated from the 2016 VFL finals series

Ladder[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L D PF PA % Pts Qualification
1 Casey Scorpions 18 14 4 0 1829 1090 167.8 56 Finals
2 Collingwood 18 14 4 0 1541 1323 116.5 56
3 Williamstown 18 13 5 0 1746 1201 145.4 52
4 Footscray 18 12 6 0 1558 1447 107.7 48
5 Geelong 18 11 7 0 1694 1232 137.5 44
6 Port Melbourne 18 11 7 0 1383 1329 104.1 44
7 Sandringham 18 10 8 0 1675 1465 114.3 40
8 Essendon 18 10 8 0 1603 1477 108.5 40
9 Richmond 18 9 9 0 1482 1343 110.3 36
10 Box Hill Hawks 18 7 11 0 1450 1440 100.7 28
11 Werribee 18 7 11 0 1430 1757 81.4 28
12 Coburg 18 6 12 0 1259 1557 80.9 24
13 Northern Blues 18 6 12 0 1347 1890 71.3 24
14 North Ballarat 18 3 15 0 1076 1826 58.9 12
15 Frankston 18 2 16 0 1131 1827 61.9 8
Source: Fox Sports Pulse
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) percentage; 3) number of points for.

Notes[edit]

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

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