Old Boys to have played VFL/AFL football

St Patrick’s College has a proud footballing tradition, having educated dozens of country Victoria’s greatest footballers.

Liam Duggan - SPC 2009-14

Liam Duggan – SPC 2009-14

Right from the College’s first roll call, SPC has been a production line of quality footballers. One of the College’s original students Charlie Baker went on to become the first Old Boy to play footy at the highest level when he played for St Kilda.

In early 2014, the College announced its Greatest Team of 120 Years. The full team can be is available for download .

To read what some of our finest Old Collegian footballers remember of their time at St Patrick’s click .

Please see below for the full list of SPC Old Boys to have played football at the highest level.

 

 

Old Boys to have played senior VFL/AFL Football

 

 

Number Name Years at SPC Clubs represented
1 1893-96 St Kilda
2 1900 South Melbourne
3 1900-1901 South Melbourne, Essendon and University
4 1900-1901 University
5 1900-1903 Essendon, University
6 1904-1906 Melbourne
7 1904-1910 University
8 1906-1911 University, Melbourne
9 1906-1911 St Kilda, Essendon
10 1907-1911 Essendon
11 1910-1912 Carlton, Fitzroy
12 1914-1915 Carlton
13 1914-1915 Collingwood
14 1916-1919 South Melbourne, Carlton
15 1918-1920 Melbourne
16 1921 Geelong
17 1919-1923 Footscray
18 1921-1923 Richmond, Footscray
19 1920-1925 Richmond
20 1922-1925 Hawthorn
21 1926-1927 Melbourne, Fitzroy
22 1928 Melbourne
23 1929 Melbourne, Footscray
24 1928-29 South Melbourne, Geelong
25 1931-1934 Richmond, South Melbourne
26 1931-1936 Hawthorn
27 1935-1937 Richmond
28 1935-1938 North Melbourne
29 1939-1941 Melbourne, Carlton
30 1941-1943 North Melbourne
31 1945-1947 Fitzroy
32 1946-1947 Fitzroy
33 1942-1948 North Melbourne
34 1948-1950 Carlton, St Kilda
35 1946-1948 Richmond
36 1948 Collingwood, South Melbourne
37 1948 Carlton
38 1949 Fitzroy
39 1949 Richmond
40 1945-1950 Fitzroy
41 1947-1950 Melbourne
42 1955-1957 Richmond
43 1944-1951 Richmond
44 1951 Carlton
45 1947-1952 St Kilda
46 1952-1953 St Kilda
47 1953-1954 Geelong, North Melbourne
48 1949-1955 South Melbourne
49 1952-1955 South Melbourne
50 1952-1955 Geelong
51 1954-1957 Hawthorn
52 1955-1957 Collingwood
53 1954-1958 North Melbourne
54 1955-1958 Hawthorn
55 1956-1959 North Melbourne
56 1959 Fitzroy
57 1951-1960 Richmond
58 1955-1960 Richmond
59 1962-1963 Footscray
60 1963 Richmond, North Melbourne
61 1961-1964 Richmond
62 1963-1964 Melbourne
63 1962-1965 Richmond, South Melbourne
64 1965-1966 Collingwood
65 1965-1969 Carlton
66 1972 Geelong, Carlton
67 1973 Geelong
68 1969-1974 St Kilda
69 1973-1975 Fitzroy, Essendon
70 1976-1979 St Kilda
71 1980 Collingwood, Carlton
72 1982-1987 Hawthorn, Collingwood
73 1983-1988 Richmond, Collingwood
74 1983-1988 Fitzroy
75 1987-1989 Carlton
76 1988-1989 Melbourne
77 1988-1989 Collingwood
78 1988-1990 Geelong, Brisbane
79 1988-1993 Carlton
80 1988-1993 Collingwood, Sydney
81 1991-1993 North Melbourne
82 1989-1994 Melbourne, GWS Giants
83 1989-1994 Melbourne, Port Adelaide
84 1995-2000 North Melbourne, West Coast Eagles
85 1998-2002 Essendon, Richmond
86 2003 Hawthorn, Collingwood
87 2004 West Coast Eagles, Gold Coast Suns
88 2001-2006 Carlton, Richmond
89 2002-2006 West Coast Eagles
90 2002-2006 Collingwood, St Kilda
91 2005-2006 Brisbane
92 2003-2008 Fremantle
93 2003-2004 Adelaide
94 2007-2008 Melbourne
95 2008-2009 Geelong
96 2010 Melbourne
97 1999-2004 GWS Giants
98 2006-2011 Essendon
99 2010-2012 Port Adelaide
100 2006-2011 Adelaide, St Kilda
101 2011-2012 Fremantle
102 2010-11 GWS Giants
103 2012 Essendon
104 2011-12 Brisbane
105 2008-13 Adelaide
106 2009-12 Melbourne, Port Adelaide
107 2009-14 West Coast Eagles
108 2011-13 Melbourne, Carlton
109 2012-15 Richmond
110 2014-15 GWS Giants
111 2013-14 Port Adelaide
112 2009-14 Richmond, St Kilda
113 2012-16 Carlton
114 2010-13 Hawthorn
115 2008-13 Fremantle
116 2021-19 Brisbane
117 2016-19 Richmond
118 2016-19 Brisbane
119 2016-21 Hawthorn
120 2016-20 GWS Giants