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The Collingwood Football Club is arguably the biggest and most famous sporting organisation in Australia.

Established in 1892 with the Australian magpie as its mascot, the club is one of the most storied in the history of Aussie rules football – a beacon for passionate love and hate from the footy-loving public.

The knives were out for Collingwood and coach Nathan Buckley in 2018, but they silenced their critics in emphatic fashion and wound up only a straight kick away from winning the AFL Grand Final.

The Pies followed with another strong campaign in 2019, when they lost a tight preliminary final against the GWS Giants.

Can Collingwood push for top honours in 2020? Let’s see what the bookies have to say on the matter.

About the Collingwood Magpies

Established: 1892
Home ground: MCG
Coach: Nathan Buckley
Captain: Scott Pendlebury
Premierships: 15 – 1902-03, 1910, 1917, 1919, 1927-1930, 1935-36, 1953, 1958, 1990, 2010
2019 ladder finish: 4th

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Updated Collingwood futures betting

2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $7.50 $1.30 $2.20 B Grundy $21 I Quaynor $21 J De Goey $13
Feb $7.50 $1.30 $2.20 B Grundy $21 I Quaynor $21 J De Goey $13
Mar $7.50 $1.36 $2.50 B Grundy $26 I Quaynor $21 J De Goey $17
Apr SUS SUS SUS SUS SUS SUS
May $6.50 $1.30 $3.75 B Grundy $11 I Quaynor $18 J De Goey $13
Jun $7 $1.30 $3.75 B Grundy $11 I Quaynor $18 J De Goey $21
Jul $7.50 $1.22 $2 B Grundy $19 T Brown $21 B Mihocek $13
Aug $12 $1.33 $3.75 B Grundy $34 T Brown $67 B Mihocek $34
Sep $19 $1.40 $11 T Adams $81 T Ruscoe $67

Best Collingwood bets for the 2020 AFL season

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Collingwood players to watch in 2020

Dayne Beams AFL bettingDayne Beams
Born: 12/2/1990
Games: 177
Goals: 172
Position: Midfielder

Collingwood’s big signing of last summer was a massive flop in 2019, playing only nine games due to a combination of injuries and off-field issues. One wonders how much footy Beams has left in him, so this might be his final chance to push for that elusive AFL Premiership win.


Darcy Moore AFL bettingDarcy Moore
Born: 25/1/1996
Games: 71
Goals: 61
Position: Defender

Once regarded as a future star in the forward line, Moore is now one of the best young backmen in the league. If he can stay fit and play a full season in defence, an All-Australian jersey will not be out of the question.


Jaidyn Stephenson AFL bettingJaidyn Stephenson
Born: 15/1/1999
Games: 40
Goals: 62
Position: Forward

A betting scandal and the resulting 10-game suspension restricted Stephenson to only 14 games in his sophomore season. The 2018 AFL Rising Star winner is as dangerous as any small forward in the league and owes his teammates a big year.

Collingwood Football Club records

Most matches: Tony Shaw – 313 (1978–1994)
Most consecutive matches: Jock McHale – 191 (1906–1917)
Most goals kicked in one match: Gordon Coventry – 17 goals (R12, 1930)
Most Best & Fairest awards: Nathan Buckley – 6 (1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003)
Most matches as coach: Jock McHale – 713 (1912–1949)
Most goals in a season: Peter McKenna – 143 (1970)
Most career goals: Gordon Coventry – 1299 (1920–1937)

Collingwood Magpies history

There are two different versions to the history of the Collingwood Football Club.

The first is the story of success. Collingwood is the only club to have ever won four premierships in a row (1927-30). It was a time when Collingwood was the undoubted powerhouse of Australian football, both on and off the field.

In the club’s first 30 seasons it had won nine premierships and seemed destined for more greatness. Four more premierships followed in the next 20 years – including a spirited defence of its four-peat record against a rampaging Melbourne in 1958.

The second part of this story is one of heartache and pain.

No team has lost more Grand Finals then Collingwood. The Magpies have played in a record 43 finales, winning 15, drawing two and losing 26, which is also an unwanted record.

After a series of heart-breaking losses to arch-rival Carlton in the 70s, Collingwood went into a period of pain in the 80s, before a historic drought-breaking premiership over Essendon in 1990.

After more failure followed its ‘premiership hangover’ in the 90s, Collingwood once again climbed the summit in 2010.