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List of Gold Coast Football Club records

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This is a list of records from the Gold Coast Football Club since its inception in the Australian Football League (AFL) in 2011 (top five of each record unless there have not been five occurrences of the record).

Individual records[edit | edit source]

Key

     Currently on the Gold Coast Suns' list.

Games[edit | edit source]

Most games

Rank Name Years Games
1 Jarrod Harbrow 2011– 132
2 Tom Lynch 2011– 121
3 Gary Ablett Jr. 2011–2017 110
5 Trent McKenzie 2011–2017 106
4 Steven May 2011– 106

Last updated: End of 2017 season[1]

Most consecutive games

Rank Name Years Games
1 Jaeger O'Meara 2013–2015 44
2 Daniel Stanley 2013–2016 40
3 Harley Bennell 2011–2013 34
4 Jared Brennan 2011–2012 29
5 Jarrod Harbrow 2011–2012 26
5 Matthew Warnock 2011–2012 26

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Goalkicking[edit | edit source]

Most goals

Rank Name Years Goals
1 Tom Lynch 2011– 234
2 Gary Ablett Jr. 2011–2017 124
3 Brandon Matera 2011–2017 124
4 Charlie Dixon 2011–2015 94
5 Harley Bennell 2011–2015 92

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Most goals in a season

Rank Name Year Goals
1 Tom Lynch 2016 66
2 Tom Lynch 2014 46
3 Tom Lynch 2017 44
4 Tom Lynch 2015 43
5 Charlie Dixon 2015 41

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Most goals in a game

Rank Name Opponent Round Year Goals
1 Charlie Dixon North Melbourne 14 2015 7
1 Tom Lynch Carlton 6 2017 7
3 Harley Bennell Geelong 14 2014 6
3 Charlie Dixon GWS 5 2013 6
3 Charlie Dixon Brisbane Lions 5 2015 6

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Most seasons as leading goalkicker

Rank Name Seasons
1 Tom Lynch 3
2 Gary Ablett Jr. 2
3 Danny Stanley 1
4
5

Last updated: End of 2016 season

Highest goals per game average

Rank Name Games Goals Average
1 Tom Lynch 60 81 1.35
2 Gary Ablett Jr. 76 96 1.26
3 Harley Bennell 66 81 1.23
4 Brandon Matera 55 60 1.09
5 Charlie Dixon 49 55 1.08

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Most goals on debut

Rank Name Opponent Round Venue Goals
1 Charlie Dixon Carlton 2, 2011 The Gabba 2
1 Josh Hall Richmond 16, 2012 Cazaly's Stadium 2
1 Tom Lynch Brisbane 7, 2011 The Gabba 2
4 Harley Bennell Carlton 2, 2011 The Gabba 1
4 Daniel Gorringe Footscray 3, 2011 Etihad Stadium 1

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Winning goals after the siren

Goal Kicker Round Opponent Venue
Karmichael Hunt 16, 2012 Richmond Cazaly's Stadium

Physical records[edit | edit source]

Age[edit | edit source]

Youngest players
Age on their debut

Rank Name Round Year Age
1 David Swallow 2 2011 18 years, 134 days
2 Alex Sexton 1 2012 18 years, 168 days
3 Jesse Lonergan 2 2013 18 years, 171 days
4 Dion Prestia 2 2011 18 years, 172 days
5 Harley Bennell 2 2011 18 years, 182 days

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Oldest players
Age in their last game played

Rank Name Round Year Age
1 Gary Ablett Jr. 16 2017 33 years, 83 days
2 Matthew Warnock 23 2014 30 years, 150 days
3 Nathan Bock 20 2013 30 years, 143 days
4 Josh Fraser 4 2012 30 years, 107 days
5 Campbell Brown 20 2013 29 years, 347 days

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Height[edit | edit source]

Tallest players

Rank Name Years Height
1 Jarrod Witts 2017– 209 cm
2 Zac Smith 2011–16 205 cm
3 Tom Nicholls 2011– 203 cm
3 Peter Wright 2015– 203 cm
5 Josh Fraser 2011–12 202 cm

Last updated: 2 November 2017

Shortest players

Rank Name Years Height
1 Darcy Macpherson 2016– 174 cm
2 Brandon Matera 2011–16 175 cm
2 Dion Prestia 2011–16 175 cm
4 Campbell Brown 2011–13 177 cm
5 Jarrod Harbrow 2011– 178 cm
5 Touk Miller 2015– 178 cm
5 Ben Ainsworth 2017– 178 cm

Last updated: 2 November 2017

Finals[edit | edit source]

Most premierships

Rank Name Years active Total
1
2
3
4
5

Last updated: 2 September 2013

Most grand final appearances

Rank Name Years active Total
1
2
3
4
5

Last updated: 2 September 2013

Most finals games

Rank Name Years active Total
1
2
3
4
5

Last updated: 2 September 2013

Most finals goals

Rank Name Years active Goals
1
2
3
4
5

Last updated: 2 September 2013

Coaching[edit | edit source]

Most games coached

Rank Name Commenced Concluded Games
1 Guy McKenna Rd 2, 2011 Rd 23,2014 88
2 Rodney Eade Rd 1, 2015 Rd 20, 2017 63
2 Dean Solomon Rd 21, 2017 Rd 23, 2017 3
4
5

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Most wins as coach

Rank Name Years active Wins
1 Guy McKenna 2011–2014 24
2 Rodney Eade 2015– 16
3
4
5

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Highest winning percentage as coach

Rank Name Wins Draws Losses Win %
1 Guy McKenna 24 0 64 27.3
2 Rodney Eade 16 1 46 26.19
3 Dean Solomon 0 0 3 0
4
5

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Awards[edit | edit source]

Most Brownlow Medals

Rank Name Years won Total
1 Gary Ablett Jr. 2013 1
2
3
4
5

Last updated: 22 September 2014

Most club best and fairest awards

Rank Name Years won Total
1 Gary Ablett Jr. 2011–2013, 2017 4
2 Tom Lynch 2015–2016 2
3 David Swallow 2014 1
4
5

Last updated: 22 November 2017

Game records[edit | edit source]

Scores[edit | edit source]

Biggest wins

Rank Margin Opponent Year Round Venue
1 86 Hawthorn 2017 3 Metricon Stadium
2 83 Greater Western Sydney 2013 23 Metricon Stadium
3 60 Melbourne 2013 7 MCG
4 53 St Kilda 2014 19 Metricon Stadium
4 53 Brisbane Lions 2014 3 Metricon Stadium

Last updated: Round 3 of 2017 season

Biggest losses

Rank Margin Opponent Year Round Venue
1 150 Geelong 2011 20 Skilled Stadium
2 139 Essendon 2011 6 Etihad Stadium
3 126 West Coast 2012 14 Patersons Stadium
4 119 Carlton 2011 2 The Gabba
5 115 Port Adelaide 2017 23 Adelaide Oval

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Highest score

Rank Score Opponent Year Round Venue
1 148 GWS 2013 5 Manuka Oval
2 146 GWS 2013 23 Metricon Stadium
3 134 GWS 2014 6 Metricon Stadium
4 125 St Kilda 2014 9 Etihad Stadium
5 124 Brisbane 2011 7 The Gabba

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Lowest score

Rank Score Opponent Year Round Venue
1 20 Power 2017 23 Adelaide Oval
2 34 Bulldogs 2012 8 TIO Stadium
3 36 Sydney 2011 16 Metricon Stadium
4 38 Geelong 2011 20 Skilled Stadium
5 39 Fremantle 2014 2 Patersons Stadium

Last updated: End of 2017 season

Biggest comebacks

Rank Largest deficit Final score Opponent Opponent score Round Year Venue
1 40 15.14.104 Port Adelaide 15.11.101 5 2011 AAMI Stadium
2 36 12.13.85 Richmond 9.16.70 17 2011 Cazaly's Stadium
3 25 9.12.66 North Melbourne 8.3.51 11 2013 Metricon Stadium
4 19 13.12.90 St Kilda 10.17.77 1 2013 Metricon Stadium
4 19 11.14.80 Collingwood 10.15.75 16 2014 Metricon Stadium

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Biggest collapses

Rank Largest lead Final score Opponent Opponent score Round Year Venue
1 20 10.13.73 Geelong 21.13.139 5 2011 Metricon Stadium
2 17 14.3.87 Fremantle 14.10.94 11 2012 Metricon Stadium
3 12 13.18.96 Geelong 15.20.110 15 2012 Metricon Stadium
4 11 14.13.97 Hawthorn 16.10.106 24 2011 Metricon Stadium
4 11 14.8.92 Hawthorn 18.10.112 9 2013 MCG

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Streaks[edit | edit source]

Longest winning streaks

Rank Commenced Concluded Matches
1 Round 5, 2014 Round 10, 2014 5
2 Round 1, 2016 Round 3, 2016 3
3 Round 7, 2013 Round 8, 2013 2
3 Round 23, 2013 Round 1, 2014 2
3 Round 15, 2016 Round 16, 2016 2

Last updated: round 16 of 2016 season

Longest losing streaks

Rank Commenced Concluded Matches
1 Round 18, 2011 Round 15, 2012 21
2 Round 4, 2016 Round 14, 2016 10
3 Round 8, 2011 Round 16, 2011 8
3 Round 20, 2014 Round 4, 2015 8
5 Round 6, 2015 Round 13, 2015 7

Last updated: round 16 of 2016 season

Attendances[edit | edit source]

Top home attendances

Rank Round Opponent Venue Crowd
1 Round 2, 2011 Carlton The Gabba 27,914
2 Round 7, 2011 Brisbane The Gabba 25,501
3 Round 16, 2014 Collingwood Carrara Stadium 24,032
4 Round 18, 2011 Collingwood Carrara Stadium 23,302
5 Round 10, 2011 Geelong Carrara Stadium 21,485

Last updated: End of 2014 season

Finals records[edit | edit source]

Finals appearances

Scores[edit | edit source]

Biggest wins

Biggest losses

Most finals wins in a row

Most finals losses in a row

Biggest comeback in a final

Biggest collapse in a final

Grand final records[edit | edit source]

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Premierships all of them ever Runners-up

Scores[edit | edit source]

Biggest wins

Biggest losses

Biggest comebacks

Biggest collapses

Win–loss record[edit | edit source]

Opponent Played Won Lost Drawn Win %
Adelaide Crows 10 0 10 0 0.0
Brisbane Lions 14 5 9 0 35.7
Carlton Blues 8 3 5 0 37.5
Collingwood Magpies 7 2 5 0 28.6
Essendon Bombers 8 2 6 0 25.0
Fremantle Dockers 8 2 6 0 25.0
Geelong Cats 8 2 6 0 25.0
GWS Giants 10 4 6 0 40.0
Hawthorn Hawks 10 2 8 0 20.0
Melbourne Demons 10 3 7 0 30.0
North Melbourne Kangaroos 9 4 5 0 44.4
Port Adelaide Power 9 1 8 0 11.1
Richmond Tigers 7 3 4 0 42.9
St Kilda Saints 10 4 6 0 40.0
Sydney Swans 8 0 8 0 0.0
West Coast Eagles 9 1 7 1 16.7
Western Bulldogs 9 2 7 0 22.2
Total 154 40 113 1 26.30

Last updated: Round 23, 2017 Season

References[edit | edit source]


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