Coburg has it's most successful season since 2009 with both the Supers (7 wins, 3 losses) and Reserves (8 wins, 3 losses) finishing in third place and making the finals. It was the first time in the club's history where a Reserves (Masters) team made the finals. The Legends struggled finishing 8th in a 12 team competition with a 4-6 win/loss record.
Coburg host the Love Me Love You Foundation Cup and go back to back thrashing Ascot Vale in the final round of the home and away season.
Unfortunately both the Supers and Reserves failed to go on with it in the finals were bundled out by Parkdale and Marcellin respectively in the Semi Finals.
Long time servant Barry Saunders (130 games) retired after a serious shoulder injury ended his season, Ray Ransome (150 games) called time on the game in the final round and became the 5th player to join exclusive 150 games group, while Gary Gardener and Mick Noble became the 18th and 19th players to join the 100 game club.
Mark Gillman and Jason Dean both polled 14 votes to finish equal second in the Vic Metro League Premier Supers Best & Fairest while Kane O'Brien finished just one vote behind to be runner up in the Reserves.
Ashley Flavel finished runner up in the Premier Supers League Goal Kicking, two goals off the pace after playing in 6 games during the season. Michael Salloum had a top 5 finish also. Mick Noble and Adam Lewis finished 3rd and 5th respectively in the Reserves.
It was a big year for representative football with 13 players from Coburg selected to play for Vic Metro in various age group at the AFL Masters National Carnival held in Geelong. Jason Dean and Ashley Flavel were honoured by being selected in the O35’s All Australian team.
The Premier Supers miss the finals on percentage and finish 5th despite beating 4th placed Ascot Vale in the last round. As a consolation they win the inaugural Foundation Cup, a fundraising challenge between Coburg and Ascot Vale to raise funds for the Love Me Love You organisation.
Vince Simeone and Paul Pitman reached the magnificent milestones of 150 games being the 3rd and 4th players to join this exclusive group of players. Frank Massara and Ron Torcasio joined the 100 game club in the same round becoming the 17th and 18th players to join that illustrious group.
Steve Moss and Phil Crapper are inducted into the Hall of Fame. Ron Torcasio and Frank Massara are honoured as Life Members.
Ange Chiodo becomes the second player in the history of the club to win the Best & Fairest award in all three grades (Supers, Masters & Legends).