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Melbourne Demons
Melbourne FC boasts a legacy as rich as any sporting organisation on the planet. Founded in May 1859, it is the world’s oldest professional football club of any variety.

MFC’s recent history is far less auspicious. Since the infamous sacking of six-time premiership coach Norm Smith in 1965, the once-mighty Demons have claimed the wooden spoon seven times and played in only two grand finals. With the Western Bulldogs’ fairytale win in 2016, Melbourne now hold the longest active streak without a premiership.

However, there is an air of optimism around the club these days. Membership is at an all-time high after Simon Goodwin steered a young, talented team to the preliminary finals in 2018, and many are predicting even better things from the Dees this year.

The question is: where do Melbourne sit in the race for the 2019 AFL Premiership title? Let’s find out.

About the Melbourne Football Club

Established: 1859
Home ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground
Coach: Simon Goodwin
Captains: Nathan Jones and Jack Viney
Premierships: 12 – 1900, 1926, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1948, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1964
2018 ladder finish: 5th

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Melbourne 2019 AFL fixture

Melbourne Demons fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Port Adelaide Power MCG Saturday, March 23 1:45pm AEDT
2 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, March 30 7:25pm AEDT
3 Essendon Bombers MCG Friday, April 5 7:50pm AEDT
4 Sydney Swans SCG Thursday, April 11 7:20pm AEST
5 St Kilda Saints MCG Saturday, April 20 4:35pm AEST
6 Richmond Tigers MCG Wednesday, April 24 7:35pm AEST
7 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Saturday, May 1:45pm AEST
8 Gold Coast Suns Metricon Stadium Saturday, May 11 4:35pm AEST
9 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Friday, May 17 6:10pm AWST
10 GWS Giants MCG Sunday, May 26 1:10pm AEST
11 Adelaide Crows TIO Stadium Saturday, June 1 7:10pm ACST
12 Collingwood Magpies MCG Monday, June 10 3:20pm AEST
13 BYE
14 Fremantle Dockers MCG Saturday, June 22 1:45pm AEST
15 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Sunday, June 30 3:20pm AEST
16 Carlton Blues MCG Sunday, July 7 1:10pm AEST
17 Western Bulldogs Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 14 3:20pm AEST
18 West Coast Eagles Traeger Park Sunday, July 21 2:50pm ACST
19 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 27 7:25pm AEST
20 Richmond Tigers MCG Saturday, August 3 7:25pm AEST
21 Collingwood Magpies MCG Saturday, August 10 1:45pm AEST
22 Sydney Swans MCG Friday, August 16 7:50pm AEST
23 North Melbourne Kangaroos Blundstone Arena TBD TBD

2018 Melbourne squad

Melbourne Demons players
Player DOB Games Goals Position Recruited from
1. Jesse Hogan 12/2/1995 51 105 Forward Claremont (WA)
2. Nathan Jones 20/1/1988 239 115 Midfield Dandenong Stingrays
3. Christian Salem 15/7/1995 46 13 Defence Sandringham Dragons
4. James Harmes 5/10/1995 44 29 Forward Dandenong Stingrays
5. Christian Petracca 4/1/1996 39 38 Mid/fwd Eastern Ranges
6. Jordan Lewis 24/4/1986 283 150 Midfield Hawthorn
7. Jack Viney 13/4/1994 88 25 Midfield Oakleigh Chargers
8. Jake Lever 5/3/1996 56 3 Defence Adelaide Crows
9. Charlie Spargo 25/11/1999 Forward Murray Bushrangers
10. Angus Brayshaw 9/1/1996 36 14 Midfield Sandringham Dragons
11. Max Gawn 30/12/1991 74 38 Ruck Sandringham Dragons
12. Dom Tyson 8/6/1993 90 42 Midfield GWS Giants
13. Clayton Oliver 22/7/1997 35 10 Midfield Murray Bushrangers
14. Michael Hibberd 3/1/1990 102 12 Defence Essendon
15. Steven Stretch 8/9/1996 36 8 Midfield Glenelg
16. Dean Kent 24/2/1994 58 56 Fwd/mid Perth
17. Sam Frost 28/8/1993 56 8 Defence GWS Giants
18.Jake Melksham 29/8/1991 133 78 Midfield Essendon
19. Mitch Hannan 9/3/1994 20 22 Forward Footscray VFL
21. Cameron Pedersen 17/3/1987 76 67 Utility North Melbourne
22. Aaron vandenBerg 3/3/1992 28 17 Midfield Ainslie
23. Bernie Vince 2/10/1985 212 112 Midfield Adelaide Crows
24. Jay Kennedy-Harris 21/3/1995 28 11 Mid/fwd Oakleigh Chargers
25. Tom McDonald 18/9/1992 126 31 Def/fwd North Ballarat Rebels
26. Sam Weideman 26/6/1997 10 6 Forward Eastern Ranges
27. Harley Balic 5/1/1997 4 3 Midfield Fremantle
28. Oscar McDonald 18/3/1996 37 0 Defence North Ballarat Rebels
29. Jayden Hunt 3/4/1995 41 10 Defence Brighton Grammar
30. Alex Neal-Bullen 9/1/1996 34 23 Midfield Glenelg
31. Bayley Fritsch 6/12/1996 Forward Casey Demons VFL
32. Tomas Bugg 5/4/1993 93 30 Fwd/def GWS Giants
33. Oskar Baker 25/5/1998 Midfield Aspley
34. Mitch King 1/1/1997 Ruck Murray Bushrangers
35. Harrison Petty 12/11/1999 Defence Norwood
36. Jeff Garlett 3/8/1989 167 294 Forward Carlton
37. Dion Johnstone 1/6/1998 Forward Oakleigh Chargers
39. Neville Jetta 12/2/1990 116 24 Defence Swan Districts
40. Pat McKenna 12/8/1996 Defence GWS Giants
42. Josh Wagner 24/6/1994 23 2 Defender Aspley
44. Joel Smith 25/2/1996 3 0 Defence

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