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The Richmond Football Club, nicknamed the Tigers, is an Australian rules football club which competes in the Australian Football League (AFL).
The club has won ten premierships since joining the competition in 1908, its most recent win coming in 1980. The club is currently ranked sixth in the competition for premierships won.
Since the club's inception in 1885, its training and administration has been based at the Punt Road Oval, a few hundred metres to the east of its current day playing home, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Prior to 1965 the club played home games at Punt Road Oval.
Based in a traditionally working-class area, Richmond has long-standing rivalries with cross town Melbourne-based clubs, Collingwood, Carlton and Essendon.
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