The Geelong Football Club, is a professional Australian rules football club, named after and based in the city of Geelong, playing in the Australian Football League (AFL). The club has been the VFL/AFL premiers nine times, with a record equalling 3 in the AFL era. Geelong has also won nine McClelland Trophies, a record it shares with Essendon. Geelong is the most successful club since the AFL began in 1990, with three premierships and seven grand final appearances.
Formed in 1859, Geelong is the second oldest club in the AFL after Melbourne and one of the oldest football clubs in the world. Along with its AFL team, the club also fields a stand-alone team in the Victoria Football league (VFL).
The club participated in the first football competition in Australia, winning the second season in 1863, was a foundation Victorian Football Association (VFA) and the Victorian Football League (VFL) in 1897.
Geelong AFL Players : Mitch Brown,Cameron Mooney,Bille Smedts,Mitch Duncan,Jimmy Bartel,Marcus Drum,Andrew Mackie,Mark Blake,Travis Varcoe,Tom Gillies,Brad Ottens,Tom Hawkins,Harry Taylor,Mathew Stokes,Josh Hunt,Allen Christensen,James Kelly,Cameron Guthrie,Daniel Menzel,Matthew Scarlett(Veteran),Joel Corey,James Podsiadly,Trent West,Steven Motlop,Tom Lonergan,George Horlin-Smith,Joel Selwood,Simon Hogan,Jordan Schroder,Paul Chapman,Dawson Simpson,Nathan Vardy,Shannon Byrnes,Darren Milburn(Veteran),Josh Cowan,David Wojcinski,Taylor Hunt,Corey Enright,Steve Johnson,Cameron Ling(Captain)