The club now plays its home games at the MCG.
Its training and administrative headquarters are located at Olympic Park Oval and the Holden Centre.
Collingwood has played in a record 44 Grand Finals, winning 15, drawing two and losing 27 (also a record).
The Pies also won a record four consecutive premierships between 1927 and 1930.
Since 1958 the club has won only two premierships - the inaugural AFL Premiership in 1990, and in 2010.
Despite this, the club still has won more individual games, more finals and made more grand final appearances than any other club.
After what was arguably the Collingwood Football Club's finest hour in 1958, few could have imagined that it would be thirty‑two long years before the club again achieved premiership success.
A string of eight Grand Final losses, often by narrow margins, between 1960 and 1981 gave rise to a perception that the club was prone to "choking", a phenomenon wittily dubbed the ❛Colliwobbles❜.
Whether this perception is accurate remains a subject of debate; however, the club's record in recent years has been much improved, having won two and drawn one of its last six Grand Finals.
Lou Richards ceremoniously buried the Colliwobbles at Victoria Park after the club's 1990 premiership.
The 1953 Grand Final was a Collingwood (11.11.77) victory over Geelong (8.17.65).
It was also the only premiership where three brothers played in the same team.
Bill, Mick and Pat Twomey all played for the Magpies.
In the 1909 Semi Final, in which South Melbourne defeated Collingwood, the players were offered oxygen at half time.
Only Jack Shorten (Collingwood) accepted.
Grand Final Day 1960 saw Melbourne (8.14.62) overwhelm a hapless Collingwood (2.2.14).
Collingwood's score was the lowest in finals history.
A memorable Grand Final occurred in 1970. Carlton came from behind to defeat Collingwood.
Carlton won by 10 points after trailing by 44 points at half-time.
Alex Jesaulenko (Carlton) took the mark of the season over Graeme Jenkin (Collingwood) in front of an MCG record crowd of 121,696.