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Club history[ edit ] Carlton has had a long and successful history, winning the most premierships of any club in the VFL era. Together with fierce rivals CollingwoodRichmond and EssendonCarlton was considered historically to be one of the league's "Big Four" clubs, and enjoys a healthy rivalry with all three others.
In the early days, Carlton became particularly strong and having grown a large supporter base. It became a fierce rival to the Melbourne Football Club in early competition, including the South Yarra Challenge Cupwhich it won in Carlton won four premierships during the pre-VFA era in the s, and InCarlton became one of the foundation clubs of the Victorian Football Associationand was a comfortable winner of the premiership in the competition's inaugural season.
He died of tuberculosis inaged Carlton's VFA premiership side The club won one more VFA premiership, inbut after that, particularly during the s, the club went from one of the strongest clubs in the Association to one of the weaker, both on-field and off-field.
In spite of this, the club was invited to join the breakaway Victorian Football League competition in The Board elected the highly respected former Fitzroy footballer and Australian test cricketer Jack Worrallthen the secretary of the Carlton Cricket Clubto the same position at the football club.
As secretary, Worrall slowly took over the managing of the players, in what is now recognised as the first official coaching role in the VFL. Under Worrall's guidance in the latter part of the season, Carlton's on-field performances improved,  and in he led Carlton to the finals for the first time.
The VFL premiership flag being hoisted at Carlton Oval Carlton built a strong reputation and financial position, and was able to convince many great players to shift to the club from other clubs, or even in the case of Mick Grace out of retirement.
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Worrall led the club to its first three VFL premierships, won consecutively, inand Carlton became the first club in the VFL to win three premierships in a row, and its win-loss record of 19—1 in the season including finals was a record which stood for more than ninety years.
N 1 Following these premierships, Carlton went through a tumultuous period off-field. Some players had become frustrated by low payments and hard training standards, and responded by refusing to train or even play matches. The club removed Worrall from the coaching role he retained the role of secretaryand after significant changes at board level after the season, Worrall left the club altogether.
Many players who had supported Worrall left the club at the end of the season. Then, inseveral players were suspected of having taken bribes to fix matches, with two players Alex Lang and Doug Fraser both found guilty and suspended for 99 matches.
Carlton fell out of the finals inbut returned in under coach Norm Clarkand with many inexperienced players, to win back-to-back premierships in and VFL seasons.
Most football around the country was suspended during the height of World War I, but Carlton continued to compete in a VFL which featured, at its fewest, only four clubs.
Altogether, between Jack Worrall's first Grand Final in and the peak of World War I inCarlton won five premierships and contested nine Grand Finals for one of the most successful times in the club's history.
The only success which eluded the club was the Championship of Australia ; Carlton contested the championship three timesandwith its South Australian opponents victorious on all three occasions.
Between the wars[ edit ] Through the s and the Great Depression of the s, Carlton maintained a strong on-field presence. The club was a frequent finalist, contesting fourteen finals series between the wars.
However, premiership success did not follow, and the club contested only three Grand Finals for just one premiership during this period, and endured the second longest premiership drought 23 years in the club's history. On-field, Carlton's inter-war period was highlighted by two of its greatest goalkickers: With the retirement of Diggins, Carlton secured the services of former Richmond coach Percy Bentleywho coached the club for fifteen seasons.
Carlton continued to finish in or near the finals without premiership success through the war, before winning the premiership inone month after peace. In a remarkable season, Carlton languished with a record of 3—6 after nine weeks, but won ten of the remaining eleven home-and-away matches to finish fourth; Carlton then comfortably beat North Melbourne in the first semi-final, overcame a point deficit in the final quarter to beat Collingwood in the preliminary final, then beat South Melbourne in the notoriously brutal and violent Bloodbath Grand Final.
Finishing tenth out of twelve and winning only five matches, was Carlton's worst VFL season to that point in its history. Between andCarlton missed the finals only three times, contested ten Grand Finals, and won seven premierships.
Harris then signed Melbourne legend Ron Barassi serve as coach from Barassi was a six-time premiership player and two-time premiership captain at Melbourne during its most successful era, and at the age of 28 was still one of the biggest names in the game.
His shift to Carlton remains one of the biggest player transfers in the game's history. Under Barassi, Carlton reached three consecutive Grand Finals between andresulting in two premierships: The Grand Final remains one of the most famous matches in football history.
Played in front of an enduring record crowd of , Collingwood dominated early to lead by 44 points at half time, but Carlton kicked seven goals in fifteen minutes after half time to narrow the margin to only three points; after a close final quarter, Carlton won its tenth VFL premiership with a ten-point victory.
Both matches were against Richmondwith Carlton recording a high-scoring victory inand losing a rough, physical encounter in Nicholls, a ruckman and forward, had played at Carlton sinceand he and Graham Farmer who played with Geelong and in the WAFL during the same era are regarded as the greatest ruckmen in the league's history.
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