Carlton Blues fixtures
Given the Blues are one of the giants at the forefront of the AFL, Carlton tickets will be in high-demand for this upcoming football season. You can be there as the Blues play their games at the enormous MCG, IKON Park, Etihad Stadium or any other of Australia's impressive sporting arenas. Carlton had a disappointing 2017 AFL Premiership, ultimately finishing in sixteenth place and dangerously close to the Wooden Spoon. This is your chance to see a Carlton Blues game and see if the team can bounce back from a difficult few years and regain the glory that the Blues used to deliver on a regular basis. Indeed, as one of the oldest football clubs in Australia, few teams can match the history and tradition of the Carlton Blues. Buy your Carlton Blues tickets today here at Ticketbis and cheer on the Blues as they kick off their 2018 AFL Premiership season.
Experience the New Season with a Carlton game
Also known as the Bluebaggers, Carlton’s home ground used to be the historic Princes Park (now the club's headquarters and training facilities) and the team play at the new state-of-the-art Etihad Stadium in Melbourne and the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground. Formed in 1864, Carlton FC were one of Aussie Rules Football's founding member clubs when the league began in 1897. Considered one of the AFL’s most successful teams, Carlton Blues have developed fierce rivalries with fellow competitors Collingwood Magpies, Richmond Tigers, and Essendon Bombers. In fact, these four sides are considered historically to be the league's "Big Four" clubs. How true this is now in 2018 is a topic that is debatable. What is true now is that the team seems to be going through a transitionary period in recent years, and the Blues have arrived at a pivotal point in their history. Can Carlton Blues reclaim former glories? Find out for yourself, and buy your Carlton tickets now, here at Ticketbis.
Carlton Blues roster
The current Blues coach Bendon Bolton has a fine squad at his hands. Some of the key Carlton Blues players include captain since 2013 Marc Murphy, vice captain Kade Simpson and leading goalkicker Levi Casboult. Due to the side's long, rich history, there have been some greats of the sport that have donned the clubs famous navy blue jersey. In 2000, the Blues named their team of the century, which included the likes of Garry Crane, Stephen Kernahan, Rod Ashman and Trevor Keough. How will the current roster of Carlton Blues players fare in 2018? One thing is certain, these boys will give their all each time they step onto the pitch. Buy your Carlton Blues FC tickets today and cheer them on as the AFL kicks off once again.