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Balme buoyant back in Yellow and Black

It’s taken 37 years, but Neil Balme is finally back at Richmond, where he carved out such an impressive playing career in 159 games from 1970-79.

10:12am  Sep 29, 2016

The grandest Tiger memories

For those members of the Yellow and Black faith not fortunate enough to have witnessed Richmond’s glory days from 1967-80, or those who would like to relive them, Tony Greenberg presents his top 10 Tiger Grand Final memories.

1:58pm  Sep 28, 2016

Dusty sets new Tiger Brownlow record

Dynamic midfielder Dustin Martin etched his name into the Richmond record books at the 2016 Brownlow Medal count.

3:57pm  Sep 27, 2016

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Balme's top priorities

11:47am  Sep 29, 2016

Jack analyses Grand Final

12:33pm  Sep 28, 2016

Dusty and Lloyd on the Red Carpet

9:11am  Sep 27, 2016



Founded in 2000 with the support and assistance of senior players, Club 80 is a social group where grass-roots supporters can contribute in a positive way to the advancement of the Richmond Football Club. 

The objective of Club 80 is to provide inexpensive quality functions to raise money to directly support the football department of the Richmond Football Club, and help improve the on-field performance of the playing group.

Club 80 functions are held both in and out of season. Members and guests gather to hear from guest speakers who have been involved with the Richmond Football Club. At all functions our members and guests enjoy a wonderful meal at one of a number of Melbourne’s great venues. 

We have a selection of current day players that also attend each function and mingle in an informal atmosphere.

To join, or for more information, visit www.club80.com.au or contact Simon Holmes (secretary) via email club80@tpg.com.au.