Get all your Christmas Shopping Done in our Book Sale! (Extended until Tuesday night)

Make The Footy Almanac your one stop Christmas shop this festive season by getting the sports fans in your life some of our great titles while they are at great prices! All book sales include FREE shipping in Australia.

The 2017 Premiership has meant so much to so many

Cheryl Critchley remembers the many years of pain that preceded the 2017 Grand Final but focuses on the joy the flag brought to so many, including her dear friend, 89-year-old Marj Doherty who passed in November. Read her touching story.

Ron ‘Potsy’ Watson and the biggest wake of all time [The link is now fixed – Ed]

Christmas is always a time for remembering loved ones. Murray Walding’s cousin Ron ‘Potsy’ Watson dies earlier this year. His wake was memorable. Over 90,000 people attended it.

Presenting The Tigers’ Almanac 2017: Ninth no more

We bring you The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. Read all about it.

Almanac Historic Moment: Men’s and Women’s AFL seasons for the first time ever

Remember this historic year with the set of two books – the story of the first season of AFLW and the Tigers’ premiership.

Almanac Art: The Tigers’ Almanac cover original painting by Kate Birrell

The original of Kate Birrell’s brilliant art work for the cover of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 is for sale. You can also purchase prints. Details here.

Writing Richmond Together: A review of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017

Andy Fuller gives a terrific overview of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. He has absolutely nailed it.

The Tigers’ Almanac Launch

Fun launch of The Tigers’ Almanac at the North Fitzroy Arms on Wednesday night. Here’s a pic and a few words.

Dusty, Punt Road End…. The Tigers’ Almanac Cover Art

With much emotion and joy Kate tells the story of her journey to producing her work of art that adorns the cover of the book about this AFL season The Tigers’ Almanac 2017. The original is available, and so are A3-sized prints. [Purchase details follow Kate’s piece – Ed]

Tiger in the classroom

Primary school teacher Madeline Russo has spent all of her years wishing for a Tigers’ flag. It’s been a natural part of her family life. This season she was able to wear her yellow and black scarf to school on many a Monday and she may even have won a few of her Grade 1-2s over. [This story is published in The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 – JTH]

The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 is here!

The Tigers’ Almanac is here! And it looks sensational. It has JTH’s kids going, and for very good reason.

Launch of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 – Dec 13 (All welcome)

The Tigers Almanac 2017 is being launched on Dec 13. All welcome. (Send this link to all Tigers). Books available on the night. (And now). This will be a party. I reckon it will be worth being there just for the singing of the song. And, of course to stock up on copies of the book.

#almanac280 Writing Competition – Tigers’ 2017

Calling all Tigers, all Tiger-watchers. Entries are NOW OPEN for #almanac280 – Tigers’ 2017 edition. Send us your 280-character creations of Richmond’s premiership year.

In Vino Veritas

Opening an old bottle of wine turns out to be a perfect analogy for Richmond’s 2017 season

Gary Brasier – Tigers Tragic

A snarling Tigers’ figurine stood on Andrew Brasier’s mantelpiece – a testament to the great Tiger spirit of his uncle Gary. [One of many tales from The Tigers’ Almanac – Ed]