Michael Tuck (Hawthorn) 7 premierships
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.
Melbourne and Geelong Melbourne and Geelong
The best AFL team would be either the team/s which has/have won the most premierships, or if one is meaning in current terms, then the best team is that which most recently won the premiership. Carlton and Essendon have won the most Premierships at 16 each, but Collingwood has played in the most grand finals - at 42 and lags just behind them at 15 premierships. Geelong, however, has won the most recent, 2011, premiership - and in fact, three of the last five premierships, and would have to qualify for current title as "the best team in the AFL".
Geelong and Port Adelaide. Geelong won by a record margin - 119 points.
Geelong and St Kilda have never played off in a Grand Final
NFL player Collin Mooney played for Army.
Hawthorn and Geelong, Hawthorn won by 6 points. Hawthorn 21.18  Geelong 21.12 
any songs that belong to the football teams as in geelong footy team their song is we are geelong.............
Geelong and West Coast
St Kilda last played in the September 2009 Grand Final against Geelong - which Geelong won.
After some research, I believe the answer to be that there are 3 different people who answer to achieving the most premierships as VFL-AFL players and coaches: The first was Jock McHale, who won 2 premierships solely as a player for Collingwood - the first being in 1903 - his first year at the club. He then went on to coach Collingwood to a record 8 premierships = 10 total premierhips. The second was Norm Smith, who played for Melbourne Football Club from 1937. He played in 4 premierships for the club. Later he went on to coach 6 premierships over an 11 year period = 10 total premierhips. The third was Ron Barassi, who played for Melbourne, winning 6 Premierhips as a player only with that club. Following his time at Melbourne, he accepted a coaching opportunity with Carlton, which club won 2 premierships during his short stay with the club. He then went on to coach North Melbourne for a further 2 premierships = 10 total premierships! However, of those premierhips, some won by Ron Barassi and Jock McHale were achieved as playing coaches.
Geelong finished the Home and Away season in 2011 with 19 wins and 3 losses. They won all three finals they played.
He played all games in the season.
West Coast 16.17.113 defeated Geelong 12.13.85
Ariane Andrew has: Performed in "WWF Raw Is War" in 1993. Played herself in "WWF Raw Is War" in 1993. Played Cameron in "WWF Raw Is War" in 1993. Played Cameron in "WWE NXT" in 2010. Played Herself - Contestant in "WWE Tough Enough" in 2011. Played herself in "WWE Saturday Morning Slam" in 2012. Played Cameron in "Extreme Rules" in 2012. Played Cameron in "WWE Saturday Morning Slam" in 2012. Played Cameron in "Survivor Series" in 2012. Played Cameron in "WWE Main Event" in 2012. Played Cameron in "Survivor Series" in 2013. Played Cameron in "SummerSlam" in 2013. Played Cameron in "WWE Elimination Chamber" in 2014.
Cameron was played by Nathan Owens.
Collingwood has played in 43 grand finals (including 2 draws). This is the VFL/AFL record.
He has played in 7 premierships for the Hawks, captaining 4
Justin Mooney has: Played Bobby in "Amazing Stories" in 1985. Played Chaz in "Pray for Morning" in 2006. Played Lance in "The Online Gamer" in 2009. Played Orc in "The Online Gamer" in 2009. Played Santa Claus in "The Online Gamer" in 2009.
Bel Mooney has: Played Herself - Presenter in "Gallery" in 1970. Played herself in "Question Time" in 1979. Played Herself - Interviewer in "Women of Our Century" in 1984. Played herself in "Loose Women" in 1999. Played herself in "The ONE Show" in 2006.
Carlton has won 16 Grand Finals. Although Essendon has 16 premierships, it has won only 14 grand finals in this acievement. The premierships of 1897 and 1924 were decided by a round robin finals series and no grand final was played in those years. Importantly, however, Carlton and Essendon.....16 Premierships each
Cameron Groves has: Played Narrator in "Flamingo" in 2006. Played Carson in "Night Together" in 2006. Played Cameron in "T.O." in 2007. Played Richard in "Dearest" in 2009. Performed in "Nebula of Fear" in 2011.