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Sub rule abolished

The substitute will be removed and the interchange cap reduced from 120 to 90 rotations per game in 2016.

3:17pm  Sep 3, 2015

Family ties strengthening

A few familiar names are developing well in the James Hird Academy

2:45pm  Sep 3, 2015

Cause for optimism

Neale Daniher says the new Bombers Coach will find he has 'good people' and a 'good spine' to work with.

7:00am  Sep 3, 2015

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Essendon Football Club has long been acknowledged as a leader in the community and understands it's role and responsibility to help strengthen communities through sport.

The community work of Essendon Football Club centres around four key program areas - Indigenous, Multicultural, Youth and Education and Community Partnerships. Each program area involves a robust suite of programs and partnerships that directly benefit the community. Essendon Football Club is aware of its operating footprint and our reach and expansion has taken greater focus on the north-west corridor of Melbourne.