Almanac Teams: Number 1 sometimes in name only (1980-)

For a second week Rodney Boyd looks at players who wore Number 1, but this side is sourced from the more obscure members of the club.

Almanac Teams: Number 1 Hits (1980-)

Hot on the heels of his last ‘Return to Sender’ side, Rodney Boyd shares his picks for the best team to have worn Number 1 on their backs since 1980.

Almanac Teams: Return to sender

Here’s a new Almanac Team from Rodney Boyd, it’s his best list of players who returned to a former club (from the 1980s onward). [A surprisingly long list of fine players! Ed.]

Almanac Teams: An African Australian AFL Team

Damian Balassone has been researching a team made up of African Australian footballers who have played at least one AFL game. It’s an exciting combination.

Name that team

Have you ever wished there was a name generator to produce some wonderful footy monikers? Wish no longer, as Andrew Gigacz has found and produced some teams consisting of humorous fake players.

Almanac Teams: Bushrangers

Glen! selects a team inspired by Australian bushrangers. Yes, he found room for a couple of Kellys, though they aren’t brothers.

A Side for this Virus Infected Age

Phil Hill has come up with a concept for a footy team in this coronavirus age of football. Which players are naturals at social distancing on the footy field? Suggestions?

Almanac Teams: For Your Eyes Only

With the latest James Bond film almost upon us, Smokie selects a team with a Bond-related theme.

Almanac Footy Teams: A side from behind The Iron Curtain

Glen! has picked a side of footballers whose parents come from countries behind Winston Churchill’s ‘Iron Curtain’.

Almanac Teams: Best Australian Nickname XI (ODI)

Here is an Australian XI made up of nicknames (the nicknames cannot include any element of the player’s name).

Almanac Teams: 100 Games – No Finals: A Team of Star-crossed stars

As finals time approaches, Phil Dimitriadis spares a thought for those players who never experienced finals action.

Almanac Teams: A Team of Injury Plagued Stars

Phil Dimitriadis returns with another team, this one a little more heartbreaking than most. Read on for his list of talented players cut down by injury & feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments!

Almanac Teams: A Team of Footy Franks

Phil Dimitriadis continues his run of Funny Teams, this time with a Team of Franks. What do you call a collection of Franks?

Almanac Teams: The Red Cats (from Geelong)

Glen! was a Cats supporter for 30 years. He has selected a team of Geelong redheads from that era, but is keen for readers to uncover a few more, especially from before his time.

Almanac Teams: The Last Noel

Have we seen the last Noel in AFL footy? Glen! is undeterred. Here’s his team of Noels.

Almanac Teams: A team of Dougs

Phil Dimitriadis produces another team of flashbacks that includes some genuine stars called Doug to celebrate Sir Doug Nicholls round.

Almanac Teams: How good are these Scotts ?

How good is this team? Phil Dimitriadis captures the spirit of the moment.

Almanac Teams: Another Political Football Representative Team

Mark Duffett with a poll to get everyone engaged in the (s)election process. 3 votes will get you nowhere in this side, it’s all about who can gather the most 1%ers (all 50 + 1 of them).

Almanac Teams: Norm, be in it!

Remember Life Be In It! And norm. Well Glen! has picked a team of Norms.

Almanac Footy Teams – Political Football

Who’d you vote for? Andrew Gaylard has come with a footy team of leaders who have been either Prime Minister or President of their country.