NEXT GAME: CARLTON V RICHMOND - Likely!
Our 2020 Season Summary Page
Our 2020 List - updated for all changes!
Milestones coming up throughout the season
Our 2019 Summary Page - relive the season!
Remember these games during the year?
PAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK - The 1979 Flag!!Alexander Marcou was a member of Carlton’s fabled Mosquito Fleet of brilliant small men of the 1970s and ‘80s – a lightning quick, three-time Premiership rover renowned for his ball-handling skills and excellent goal sense. After being recruited from VAFA club Thomastown at the age of 18, he won Carlton Reserves Best and Fairest award in 1978, and the following year began his senior career.
Upon arrival at Princes Park in 1976, Marcou was allocated the Blues’ guernsey number 50 before switching to the number 34 previously worn by three-time Premiership star Ian Robertson. Like Robertson, Marcou would go on to win three flags, and as at 2016, his 134 games still stand as the club record for most appearances in this number. Of mixed Greek and Macedonian heritage, Alex grew up in Melbourne’s northern suburbs and inherited his love of Australian football from his father, who at that time was a rusted-on Fitzroy supporter.
To read the Marcou story, click HERE.
Past Player of the Week Archive
Meet the new 2019 Blues!
|Hugh Goddard||Alex Fasolo|
|Mitch McGovern||Nic Newman|
|Finbar O'Dwyer||Matt Owies|
|Will Setterfield||Ben Silvagni|
|Liam Stocker||Sam Walsh|
|Matthew Cottrell||Michael Gibbons|
|Josh Deluca||THE FULL LIST!|
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Within the Blueseum you will find thousands of pictures and video clips of the players, the people, the games and the grounds that have made the Old Dark Navy Blues of Carlton one of Australia’s greatest sporting clubs.
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Since 2006, this website has been produced by a dedicated group of volunteers who spend their free time delving into and recording the history of the Carlton Football Club. The site is based on the wiki concept (think of wikipedia) where registered users are able to create and edit content independently.
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