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Get Your Carlton Football Club Merchandise Here

If you’re a Carlton fan, you’ll love our range of official licensed Carlton Football Club merchandise. Whether you’re looking for unique gift ideas or supporter gear to deck out your man cave, you’ll find it right here at The Stubby Club. Place your order today and receive FREE shipping with orders over $100.


A Short History Of The Carlton Blues

Born in 1864, Carlton Football Club was one of the eight inaugural clubs in the AFL (formerly VFL) competition. Regarded as one of the AFL’s ‘Big Four’ alongside Collingwood, Richmond and Essendon, Carlton has won 16 premierships, equal first with Essendon as the most flags won by any club. The club is currently experiencing its longest ever premiership drought, having not won a flag since 1995 and has won the most wooden spoons out of every AFL club. In the early 1900’s Carlton built a strong reputation and financial position and lured many of the game’s greatest players to the club, some even out of retirement, like Mick Grace. Carlton won its first three VFL flags consecutively in 1906, 1907 and 1908, becoming the first club in the comp to win three grand finals in a row. In the 1908 season, Carlton secured a win-loss record of 19-1 and this record stood unbeaten for over 90 years. Carlton’s fierce rivalry with Collingwood is considered one of the most historic and significant in Australian sporting history, dating back to their 1910 Grand Final. Since then, they have met in six grand final matches, with Carlton claiming victory in all but one.

Blues Fans – Get Your Carlton Merchandise Online

The distinct navy-blue Carlton guernsey emblazoned with a white CFC monogram has hardly changed since 1909. Known simply as the Blues, the club considered changing their nickname to the Cockatoos after World War II. For fanatical Blues fans, you’ll love our range of gifts and man cave merch, including dart boards, pool accessories and stubby holder dispensers. Shop the collection online today.