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History behind the numbers

Brush up on your history of the 14 guernsey numbers which will feature new keepers in 2017.

2:05pm  Dec 3, 2016

Glass-McCasker: No.40 means a lot to me

The No.40 guernsey will grace the football field once again next year, with Jesse Glass-McCasker taking on his mentor's number.

4:26pm  Dec 2, 2016

Free No.1 stitching

The Club extends a special offer to all Carlton supporters who currently have the No.2 stitched on the back of their long-sleeved guernsey.

9:33am  Dec 2, 2016

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Established in 2010, the Carlton Football Club Bequest Society has proved to be a wonderful forum connecting lifelong Carlton supporters and their families with Carlton greats from the past and present.

Our Bequest Society patron, Carlton Legend Geoff Southby, warmly welcomes our Society members at two distinctively themed functions each year, which are free of charge.

The first function is held in the January school holidays, when Bequest Society members are invited to bring along their children and grandchildren to meet current day players. There’s the opportunity for photographs and autographs, as well as the chance to have a kick on the hallowed turf of Ikon Park. Of course, Captain Carlton is also on hand to join in the activities!

The second function is held mid year, and is more a celebration of the glory periods of yesteryear. Bequest Society members enjoy lunch with Carlton identities, hear their stories, and have the chance to take photos with their heroes and the premiership cups. Mike Fitzpatrick, Greg Williams and Mil Hanna are among the Carlton greats who have attended the function to date, while Michael Malthouse has offered insights into the team’s plans and progress.  

If you are interested in becoming a Bequest Society member, please contact the Club on 9387 1400.