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Essendon Bombers AFL Memorabilia

AFL football could be regarded as Australia’s national game and is one of the country’s most watched sports. It attracts many avid fans, and there is often intense rivalry between teams. Formed in the 1870s, the Essendon football club, nicknamed the Bombers, was one of the original teams in the AFL’s predecessor, the VFL.

Types of Memorabilia

Many AFL fans like to collect memorabilia to remember their favourite players or special team moments, such as premiership wins. As with most sporting memorabilia, Essendon Bombers AFL memorabilia comes in a wide variety. Common ones include as guernseys, framed team photos, player cards, books and balls. Sometimes, players have signed them. More unusual Essendon memorabilia on offer include watches, player badges, cloth patches and glasses.

Historical Items

For a club formed more than 140 years ago, it’s not surprising there are some quite old memorabilia items about. Some may be found are old newspaper photos or articles about the club, members' cards, trophies and match record books.

1980s and 2000s Memorabilia

The 1980s was a successful decade for the Essendon Bombers, with the club winning the premiership in '84 and '85. They also won in 2000. A number of memorabilia items commemorate these wins. Essendon Bombers 1980s AFL memorabilia include pottery port bottles celebrating the 1984 win, replica premiership cups, as well as premiership posters. Other 1980s items include members' medallions and tickets. Premiership items can also be found amongst the Essendon Bombers 2000s AFL memorabilia, as well as such things as lapel pins and model club cars.

Build a Collection

Whether you’re interested in the history of the Essendon Bombers or just their current AFL feats, there are memorabilia items to suit all tastes. It only takes a few items to start a collection, which can be easily expanded on. There are some rare items around, some of which might become valuable pieces in the future.

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