The Alternate Strip between 2007 and 2010

The Clash White Strip

From 2007 onwards, Carlton - together with other Clubs under instruction from the AFL - instituted a new alternative 'clash' strip. Despite being well known as 'The Navy Blues', a simple switch of Blue and White colours was worn by the Blues in certain games.

Initially it was not a successful strip, with our first win not taking place until our 6th attempt (2008). Thereafter, as the young Blues found some form, so did the young Whites. Our last encounter in the guernsey, in 2010, was a loss.

Fixture Opponent Result
Round 6, 2007 St Kilda Lost by 43 points
Round 13, 2007 Fremantle Lost by 77 points
Round 19, 2007 Port Power Lost by 23 points
Round 22, 2007 Melbourne Lost by 31 points
Round 2, 2008 St Kilda Lost by 40 points
Round 5, 2008 Melbourne Won by 33 points
Round 11, 2008 Port Power Won by 12 points
Round 20, 2009 Port Power Won by 54 points
Round 7, 2010 St Kilda Won by 61 points
Round 8, 2010 Port Power Won by 26 points
Round 17, 2010West CoastWon by 26 points
Round 22, 2010FremantleLost by 6 points

During the 2011 pre-season, Carlton announced that our Clash Strip would be changed to a pale blue outfit, much like the M&M guernsey of 1997...

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