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Goldstein wins Syd Barker Medal

Todd Goldstein caps off a stellar 2015, winning the Syd Barker Medal.

10:27pm  Oct 9, 2015

Wright extends deal

Defender Sam Wright has inked a new three-year-deal, coach Brad Scott revealed on Friday night.

7:51pm  Oct 9, 2015

Ziebell a Roo until 2021

Jack Ziebell is a step closer to becoming a one-club player.

7:46pm  Oct 9, 2015

The North Melbourne Football Club was founded in 1869 and became known as ‘the Kangaroos’ in 1950.

The fourth oldest football club in the Australian Football League and one of the oldest in the world, North Melbourne’s administration and training facility is based on Arden Street in North Melbourne.

League games were played at the venue, but the club’s home matches are now held at Etihad Stadium, Docklands.

The club was inducted into the Victorian Football League in 1925 and is characterised by its inner-city location, working-class background and a determination to succeed, even against the odds. The club has an envied culture and those lucky enough to have played in the royal blue and white are dubbed "Shinboners"; a term which dates back to the 19th-century and local abattoir-workers.

The phrase ‘Shinboner Spirit’ is synonymous with the club.

The club's motto is Victoria amat curam, Latin for "Victory Demands Dedication".

History Overview

Decade-by-decade history - MORE

Player History

Every player to play for NMFC - MORE

Jumper History

All the jumpers in North's history - MORE

Trade History

Every trade since the start of the Draft - MORE

Tribunal History


All reports since 2000 - MORE

Club Records

Individual and team records - MORE

Guernsey Numbers

The history of the North jumpers - MORE

NMFC Archives

Looking back on memorable moments - MORE

Draft History

Every National Draft selection - MORE

Arden Street History

The history of North Melbourne's home - MORE