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Although the league was still called the VFL until the start of the 1990 season, the 1993 season was the unofficial 7th AFL season as the league expanded from 12 clubs to 14 clubs in 1987.

The new clubs were West Coast Eagles and Brisbane Bears. In 1991, Adelaide Crows joined the AFL to bring the number of clubs to 15. With the additional clubs, 6 clubs now participate in the finals series.

Club Changes

  • Denis Pagan replaced Wayne Schimmelbusch as coach at North Melbourne.
  • John Northey left Melbourne to coach Richmond. He was replaced with Neil Balme as Melbourne coach.
  • Football-legend, Ron Barassi was appointed as coach at Sydney Swans in a bid to avoid another wooden spoon.


1993 saw the start of clubs moving to big stadiums

  • Waverley Park became the home ground for Hawthorn and St Kilda. Hawthorn stopped co-tenant Princes Park with Carlton and Fitzroy. Whilst St Kilda left Moorabbin Oval.
  • Brisbane Bears moved their games to Brisbane playing at the Gabba, leaving Carrara Stadium.


Denis Pagan appointment at North Melbourne brought immediate success with the club climbing 9 places to return to the finals series. Footscray fell 7 places after playing in last season's Preliminary Final.


Titles

Essendon were the minor premiers and won the premiership. They played Carlton in the Grand Final who finished 2nd in the ladder. Whilst Sydney Swans won back-to-back the wooden spoons.


Medals

The Coleman Medal for the leading goalscorer was awarded to Gary Ablett Sr. of Geelong. Gavin Wanganeen of Essendon won the Brownlow Medal.


Ladder

# 1992 Team Home Ground Coach Captain
1 ▲ 7   2010 Logo Essendon Essendon   MCG   Kevin Sheedy   Mark Thompson
2 ▲ 5   2010 Logo Carlton-Football Carlton   Princes Park   David Parkin   Stephen Kernahan
3 ▲ 9   2010 Logo North Melbourne North Melbourne   MCG   Denis Pagan   Wayne Carey
4 ▲ 1   2010 Logo Hawthorn Hawthorn   Waverley Park   Alan Joyce   Gary Ayres
5 ▲ 4   2010 Logo Adelaide Adelaide   Football Park   Graham Cornes   Chris McDermott
6 ▼ 2   2010 Logo West Coast West Coast Eagles   WACA/Subiaco Oval   Mick Malthouse   John Worsfold
7 ▼ 6   2010 Logo Geelong Geelong   Kardinia Park   Malcolm Blight   Mark Bairstow
8 ▼ 5   2010 Logo Collingwood Collingwood   Victoria Park   Leigh Matthews   Tony Shaw
9 ▼ 7   2010 Logo Western Bulldogs Footscray   Western Oval   Terry Wheeler   Doug Hawkins
10 ▲ 1   2010 Logo Melbourne Melbourne   MCG   Neil Balme   Garry Lyon
11 ▼ 1        Fitzroy   Princes Park   Robert Shaw   Paul Roos
12 ▼ 6   2010 Logo St Kilda St Kilda   Waverley Park   Ken Sheldon   Danny Frawley
13 ▲ 1        Brisbane Bears   Gabba   Robert Walls   Roger Merrett
14 ▼ 1   2010 Logo Richmond Richmond   MCG   John Northey   Jeff Hogg
15   2010 Logo Sydney Sydney Swans   SCG   Ron Barassi   Paul Kelly


Finals Series

                 
  Qualifying Final
1  Essendon
2  Carlton
  Qualifying Semi Final   Grand Final
   Carlton    Carlton
   Adelaide   Preliminary Final    Essendon
   Adelaide
  Eliminating Semi Final    Essendon
   Essendon
   West Coast Eagles
  Elimination Final
4  Hawthorn
5  Adelaide
  Elimination Final
3  North Melbourne
6  West Coast Eagles
 

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