Richmond Tigers

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Since joining the competition in 1908, the Richmond Tigers have won 10 premierships with the most recent win taking place in 1980.

The Richmond Tigers are iconically associated with the Punt Road Oval, located right near the Melbourne Cricket Ground, which is commonly referred to as Tigerland. Richmond has ongoing rivalries with neighbouring suburbs Collingwood, Carlton, and Essendon.

Between 1996 and 2004 the Tigers become notorious for losing many matches and continued to claim the wooden spoon victory between 2005 and 2007. The team showed some improvement for the 2007 season and started off on a note of optimism, but ended up having a terrible start to the 2007 season where they lost their first 9 matches.

Finally in 2013 the Tigers produced their best season in 12 years where they qualified for their first finals series since 2001. They made it to the finals for the next four years and even though they didn’t win a flag they certainly improved their name in the game.

Richmond Tigers Next Match

v Richmond v GWS Giants Sunday, July 14
03:10 am
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Richmond Tigers full 2017 team line-up, fixtures & betting info listed below:

2017 Toyota AFL Competition
Latest Odds: Richmond Odds
Ins & Outs: Player Movements
Fixture: AFL Tigers 2017
Results: Richmond Tigers Results
2016 Result: 13th
Players: Tigers Player List
Twitter: @Richmond_FC
Facebook: Richmond.FC
Instagram: @richmond_fc
Social Media: Tigers AFL Social
Sponsors: Tigers AFL Sponsors
Club Information
Nickname: Tigers, Tiges
Founded: 1885
Colours: Yellow & Black
Club Song: Tigerland
Coach: Damien Hardwick
Captain: Trent Cotchin
Premierships: 10
Home Ground: MCG
Training Ground: Punt Road Oval
Mascot: Tiger “Stripes” Dyer
Wooden Spoons: 7

Richmond Tigers Team Information

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