Almanac Funny Teams – A Team of Top-Notch 12s

Phil Dimitriadis thinks the number 12 is one of the most symbolic numbers in human history. What do you think of his team of No. 12’s?

Almanac Teams – “Writers, from the backline…”

E.regnans goes all literary to come up with his best team ‘This Side of Paradise’.

Almanac Teams: The Peter Frampton Medalists – a team with unfulfilled potential

Selected by our teams’ specialist, Lord Bogan, here’s a team of players who didn’t live up to their early form. Your suggestions?

Almanac Teams: The Mighty Emma-Kates

Jackie Lynch selects a team comprising only Emmas and Kates (and derivatives). [Love it – Ed].

Almanac Teams – Most Disliked

Controversy corner here from Phil Dimitriadis; in a deviation from his recent numerical-based sides here is a team of disliked (to some) players.

Almanac Footy Teams: I’ve been everywhere

Noel McPhee continues our series of footy teams with a team based on Australian towns. Others?

Almanac Teams – Exceptional Elevens

He’s back! After a tsunami of Almanac Teams concepts, Phil Dimitriadis has continued on his numbers theme – this time going up to eleven.

Almanac Teams (and Music): Let There Be Rock!

The Almanac novelty teams rock on, as Glen! selects a team of rock ‘n’ rollers.

Almanac Teams: The Marvel Team

David Henricus, inspired by the new Docklands Stadium name, has picked a footy team of Marvel characters.

Almanac Teams: You tell me… What does a player need to qualify for this team?

Can you solve Rick’s riddle? What ties these players together to form this team?

Almanac Funny Teams: A team of players from our wide brown land and all its features

Glen has come up with a team of players from our wide brown land, players whose names can reflect the land, with all its wonderous features.

Almanac Teams: Brown’s Browns

A team of Browns drawn from the AFL and state leagues, preceding it. Dave trawls back a bit before living memory and across state borders to come up with his team.

Almanac Teams: Vocations & Occupations

“Where your talents and the needs of the world cross; there lies your vocation.” Aristotle.
There are many and varied lost trades lurking within the names of footballers and Smokie has found a few to create another Almanac Team.

Almanac Funny Teams: A Right Pack Of Girls

Rick Newbery selects a team of players who have surnames that are also female names. Can you add any?

Almanac Teams: A team of Quirky Names

Joe De Petro comes up with a quirky team where each player lives up to his name, literally!

Almanac Teams: The Smiths

Damian Balassone keeps the recent Almanac Teams bonanza going with a team made up of that most common of monikers, Smith

Almanac Teams: The Zoo team

Our Almanac Teams are taking off! Glen has decided to try his hand at an ensemble – what do you think of his zoo?

Funny Teams: Almanac All-time Alliteration Alumni

BB Productions (Peter B and Phil “Lord Bogan” D) have collaborated on a team of the greatest alliterative names in Australian football. Mathilde fancies a Steele Sidebottom. We prefer Ursula Undress. Memories, additions and comments welcomed.

Almanac Teams: Murray Kangaroos

Glen! has been inspired by both the fertile lands along the mighty Murray and resident Almanac Teams doyen, Phil Dimitriadis, to put together a team of Kangaroos hailing from either side of the river.

A Team of Charmers

Come on Knackers! Phil asks, which footballers turned you on and why?