Could forumites please fill me in with what each club used for this heritage round? My curiosity needs to be satisfied.
Adelaide -- their current clash jumper, but take out the swooping Crow and replace it with the AFC coat of arms. Looking at it from the front, to the left of the coat of arms is the colours of the SANFL clubs from the 1980's including the separate colours of Woodville and West Torrens. The colours are arranged in small stripes just under a centimetre each. Plus the SANFL logo on the back of the neck.
Brisbane -- they used the strip that they wore as the Bears when they first joined the VFL in 1987. Maroon up top, yellow through the middle with the old 'BB' symbol in the centre.
Carlton -- same as normal, but the CFC symbol on the front is in blocky letters.
Collingwood -- three black stripes on the front and back, with none at the sides.
Essendon -- not much change here, but they did wear red shorts like they did back in the 80's.
Fremantle -- they probably shouldn't have worn this one, although just to be smart arses they used the red and white jumper from the 18
80's instead of something else from the 1980's as the heritage round was set up for.
Geelong -- hmmm... not too much difference.
Hawthorn -- same as their normal strip, but with an 80's style collar.
Melbourne -- like their normal home strip, but a slightly lighter blue here.
North Kangaroos -- Vertical stripes, nothing new here.
Port Adelaide -- "We're sorry, apparently the AFL says we have no heritage to celebrate." They just wore their clash jumper.
Richmond -- their normal strip with a lace up motif down the middle.
Sydney -- good old South Melbourne strip before the move up north. White with red 'V'.
St. Kilda -- singular vertical red, white and black stripes. White stripe looked a bit larger than I remember.
Western Bulldogs -- take the bulldog symbol out of their home strip and Bob's your uncle.
West Coast -- Predominantly blue with gold wings and old style Eagles logo on front.
If you want to see pics of them, go to www.footyjumpers.com