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Geelong FC AFLGeelong’s journey began way back in 1859. It is the second-oldest footy team in Australia, behind Melbourne, and also the world’s second-oldest professional football club of any description.

Despite their longevity and a who’s who of Australian Football Hall of Fame inductees, it is only since the turn of the millennium that the Cats have converted their powerhouse status into tangible success. They have missed the finals only once since 2007, winning three AFL Premiership titles in the process.

With superstars on every line and plenty of young talent coming through the ranks, Geelong look poised for another strong campaign. Let’s see how the bookies rate their chances this year.

About the Geelong Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: GMHBA Stadium
Coach: Chris Scott
Captain: Joel Selwood
Premierships: Nine – 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009, 2011
2018 ladder finish: 8th

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Geelong 2019 AFL fixture

Geelong Cats fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Collingwood Magpies MCG Friday, March 22 7:50pm AEDT
2 Melbourne Demons GMHBA Stadium Saturday, March 30 7:50pm AEDT
3 Adelaide Crows Adelaide Oval Thursday, April 4 7:20pm ACDT
4 GWS Giants GMHBA Stadium Saturday, April 13 1:45pm AEST
5 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Monday, April 22 3:20pm AEST
6 West Coast Eagles GMHBA Stadium Sunday, April 28 4:40pm AEST
7 Essendon Bombers MCG Sunday, May 5 3:20pm AEST
8 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Sunday, May 12 1:10pm AEST
9 Western Bulldogs GMHBA Stadium Saturday, May 18 4:35pm AEST
10 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 25 7:25pm AEST
11 Sydney Swans GMHBA Stadium Saturday, June 1 4:35pm AEST
12 Richmond Tigers MCG Friday, June 7 7:50pm AEST
13 BYE
14 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, June 22 7:10pm ACST
15 Adelaide Crows GMHBA Stadium Friday, June 28 7:50pm AEST
16 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 6 7:25pm AEST
17 St Kilda Saints GMHBA Stadium Saturday, July 13 7:25pm AEST
18 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Sunday, July 21 1:10pm AEST
19 Sydney Swans SCG Sunday, July 28 3:20pm AEST
20 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, August 3 2:35pm AWST
21 North Melbourne Kangaroos GMHBA Stadium Saturday, August 10 7:25pm AEST
22 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Saturday, August 17 2:10pm AEST
23 Carlton Blues GMHBA Stadium TBD TBD

2018 Geelong squad

Cats AFL players
Player DOB Games Goals Position Recruited from
1. Rhys Stanley 1/10/1990 100 71 Utility St Kilda
2. Zach Tuohy 10/12/1989 145 46 Defence Carlton
3. Brandan Parfitt 27/4/1998 15 6 Midfield North Adelaide
4. Gary Ablett Jr. 14/5/1984 302 386 Mid/fwd Gold Coast Suns
5. Nakia Cockatoo 23/10/1996 32 25 Fwd/mid NT Thunder
6. Lincoln McCarthy 22/10/1993 27 23 Forward Glenelg
7. Harry Taylor 12/6/1986 229 67 Def/fwd East Fremantle
8. Jake Kolodjashnij 9/8/1995 47 0 Defence Launceston
9. Zac Smith 22/2/1990 109 50 Ruck Gold Coast Suns
10. Daniel Menzel 13/9/1991 60 109 Forward Central Districts
11. Tim Kelly 26/7/1994 Mid/fwd South Fremantle
12. Wylie Buzza 2/3/1996 6 5 Forward Mt Gravatt
13. Lachlan Fogarty 1/4/1999 Midfield Western Jets
14. Joel Selwood 26/5/1988 249 145 Midfield Bendigo Pioneers
15. Matthew Hayball 12/03/1997 Midfield West Adelaide
16. Scott Selwood 27/3/1990 154 40 Midfield West Coast Eagles
17. Esava Ratugolea 24/7/1998 Ruck/fwd Murray Bushrangers
18. Charlie Constable 18/5/1999 Midfield Sandringham Dragons
19. Quinton Narkle 3/12/1997 Mid/fwd Perth
20. Ryan Gardner 1/6/1997 Defence Tasmania
21. Jordan Murdoch 23/3/1992 92 64 Midfield Glenelg
22. Mitch Duncan 10/6/1991 159 119 Midfield East Perth
23. Aaron Black 29/11/1990 54 69 Forward North Melbourne
24. Jed Bews 14/12/1993 50 4 Defence Geelong Falcons
25. Lachie Henderson 14/12/1989 158 112 Def/fwd Carlton
26. Tom Hawkins 21/7/1988 211 438 Forward Sandringham Dragons
27. Sam Menegola 7/3/1992 30 23 Midfield Subiaco
28. Cory Gregson 4/9/1996 29 17 Mid/fwd Glenelg
29. Cameron Guthrie 19/8/1992 128 39 Mid/def Calder Cannons
30. Timm House 26/5/1995 Forward Geelong VFL
31. Jordan Cunico 7/5/1996 1 0 Mid/def Gippsland Power
32. Gryan Miers 30/3/1999 Forward Geelong Falcons
33. George Horlin-Smith 22/12/1992 47 24 Midfield Sturt
34. James Parsons 12/4/1997 20 14 Mid/fwd Eastern Ranges
35. Patrick Dangerfield 5/4/1990 202 232 Midfield Adelaide Crows
36. Stewart Crameri 10/8/1988 99 166 Forward Western Bulldogs
37. Sam Simpson 14/6/1998 5 2 Forward Geelong Falcons
38. Jack Henry 29/8/1998 Midfield Geelong Falcons
39. Zach Guthrie 30/6/1998 9 0 Defence Calder Cannons
40. Jackson Thurlow 28/3/1994 39 8 Defence Launceston
41. Jamaine Jones 29/9/1998 Forward North Ballarat Rebels
42. Mark O’Connor 17/1/1997 2 0 Defence Kerry GAA
44. Tom Stewart 15/3/1993 21 2 Defence Geelong VFL
45. Ryan Abbott 25/6/1991 Ruck Geelong VFL
46. Mark Blicavs 28/3/1991 110 35 Utility Sunbury

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