The Knights was created in 2008 as a crime prevention initiative for at-risk individuals in the Collingwood area. From humble beginnings with only five players, we have since provided hundreds of participants with an opportunity to improve their social, physical and mental health outcomes. The inclusive nature, central location and ease of public transport access facilitates a wide geographic distribution of participants across metropolitan Melbourne. Participants come from as far as Point Cook, Melton and Lilydale. The Football season runs from February-September and since 2014 has expanded to be an all year initiative with weekly activities such as indoor cricket played in the off season.

Summer Knights Program:

Continues every Wednesday from 11am at Victoria. A range of activities available

Reclink Peter Cullen Medal Presentation:

-Massive Congratulations to the Collingwood Knights who were awarded the "Most Disciplined Club 2019"

-Tamara Lovett, Blake Dascola and Connor Parkin on being named in the Reclink Team of the Year.

Core Values

The Collingwood Knights have 9 core values that are embedded within the culture and operations of the team and are reflected in the behaviour and work of the staff and participants.

  1. Value yourself, your team and the organisation

  2. Make all decisions so they are good for you, me and everyone

  3. Lead by example in "all ways"

  4. Change your beliefs, change your behaviours

  5. No Judgement

  6. Only set positive outcomes

  7. Have fun

  8. We are "ALL" one

  9. Respect yourself, respect your teammates, respect your club

Acknowledgement of Country

Victoria Park Oval

Abbotsford, VIC, 3067

Enter near Victoria Park Station



Every Wednesday

Breakfast: 10.00 - 11:30

Training: 11:30 - 2:00ish

Lunch:  afterwards

The Collingwood Knights FC would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin nations, the traditional owners of the land on which we train and play.

Artwork: Khali Luttrell & Gary Saunders