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Speedy Cannon signs for Coburg.

The Coburg Football Club is delighted to confirm the signing of Calder Cannon Jesse Corigliano. Originally from Cairns, Corigiliano moved to Victoria in 2010 and began playing in the EDFL with Strathmore. Moving up the hierarchy, he managed 13 games acros

Morwell star joins Coburg for 2015.

The Coburg Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Brandon Bailey from Morwell in the Gippsland League. After representing the Gippsland Power in 8 TAC Cup games in 2013, Bailey made the move back to Morwell, and played in the midfield in ba

Easton’s Homecoming.

The surname Easton is synonymous with many within the circles of the Coburg Football Club. Craig Easton’s company Easton Builders was the club’s major sponsor for quite some time, while Lincoln Easton was a much respected clubman who served as treasur

Ball magnet chooses Coburg for season 2015.

The Coburg Football Club is delighted to confirm the signing of Jordan Williams. The son of former Essendon rover Daisy Williams, joins after a two year stint with the Frankston Dolphins where he played in seven senior games. “I’m come to Coburg for t

VAFA star joins the Lions.

The Coburg Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Jordan Tabakman from Ormond. Tabakman 19, has been viewed by state-level and AFL clubs as one of the most promising local level talents in the state and was in discussions with two AFL sides

Cale Morton – A Fresh Start.

It’s a fresh start for Cale Morton. The former Melbourne recruit is only 25 years old and has a lot of football left in the tank, and this year will be pulling on the boots for Coburg as he becomes the Lions’ first former AFL footballer with senior ga

Bushranger joins for 2015.

After two solid seasons at TAC Cup level with the Murray Bushrangers, Jackson Clarke finds himself at Piranha Park. The versatile Clarke, who stands at around 190 centimetres, arrived at the Bushrangers following a distinguished junior career with Ovens a

Bamblett Back on Board.

In October 2014, the Coburg Football Club’s Administration were occupied with tasks for the upcoming season. While at it, messages left on the answering machine were listened to, consisting of “I’m just wanting to know when pre-season training begin

Opportunity too good to pass for Northe.

The Coburg Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of another Box Hill player, with Matthew Northe committing to the club for the 2015 season. Originally from Traralgon and the Gippsland Power in the TAC Cup, Northe managed seven senior games