Essendon Football Club
Essendon was the first AFL club to announce it would play home games at the venue now known as Etihad Stadium.
Carlton Football Club
Also with 16 premierships to its credit, Carlton has historically been considered one of the game’s powerhouse clubs.
St Kilda Football Club
St Kilda set a new AFL attendance record for Etihad Stadium in Round 14 2009, attracting 54,444 fans to a showdown against Geelong.
North Melbourne Football Club
The Kangaroos under the leadership of Denis Pagan and Wayne Carey were a powerhouse during the 1990s and are desperately again striving to head to the top of the AFL ladder.
Western Bulldogs Football Club
The Western Bulldogs have enjoyed some great success at Etihad Stadium since electing to play its home games at the venue in 2000.
Considered one of the most successful clubs in the A-League on and off the pitch, Melbourne Victory has one of the biggest supporter bases, regularly attracting more than 40,000 fans to its games at Etihad Stadium.
The Melbourne Renegades is Etihad Stadium’s Big Bash League tenant club. Established in 2011, the Renegades have developed into one of the league’s most competitive teams.