essendon have won 16 premierships
Essendon has won 16 premierships. It shares the record for the most VFL/AFL premierships with Carlton, who has also won 16.
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They have won 36 premierships in their history which is an Australian record for any club..
In its very limited time in the AFL [proper], only the Fremantle Dockers have failed to win a premiership. However, in the club's homegrown state competition - the Western Australian Football League, the original clubs of South Fremantle and East Fremantle have each won many premierships. Strictly, having long histories in the AFL-VFL, the least premierships have been won by both - the Bulldogs and St. Kilda, at only one each. On the other hand, Carlton and Essendon have won the most AFL Premierships - with 16 a-piece.
If you include the club's time in the old VFL competition when known as 'Footscray Football Club', then the club has won only the solitary premiership in 1954. Under the name of the Western Bulldogs and since being in the AFL, it has not won any further premierships.
The question is actually invalid, because both Essendon and Carlton have won the most at 16 premierships each. Therefore, the next team will have won the third most AFL Premierships; and that is Collingwood. The Collingwood Magpies have won 15, but they have lost many more grand finals than they have won!
Geelong has won 8 premierships.
Collingwood has won 15 premierships
The Adelaide Crows have won 2 premierships. It was consecutive premierships in 1997 and 1998.
port power has won 1 the premiership
Brisbane Lions were very fortunate enough to win 3 back-to-back premierships not so long after the team was entered into the AFL draw. The club won the 2001, 2002 and 2003 premierships, as I recall.
Melbourne has won 12 premierships
Carlton has won 16 Grand Finals, and therefore, 16 Premierships in AFL football.
The Geelong Football Club has won 8 premierships (1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009). Actually, in the earlier decades of Australian Football, the teams played off for a premiership flag; it was later changed to a cup.
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