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Keith Bromage

Keith Bromage
Personal information
Date of birth8 November 1937
Debut1953, Collingwood
Height/Weight183 cm / 74 kg
Playing career1

Collingwood (1953–1956)

  • 28 games 30 goals

Fitzroy (1958–1961)

  • 41 games, 48 goals
Total – 69 Games, 78 Goals
1 Playing statistics to end of 1961 season .

Keith Bromage (born 8 November 1937) is a former Australian rules footballer. He played with Collingwood and Fitzroy in his Victorian Football League (VFL) career.

When he debuted against Richmond in 1953 at 15 years of age and 287 days, he was thought to be the youngest debutant in the history of the game.[1] However, in 2012 it was discovered that Claude Clough was aged 15 years and 209 days when he made his debut for St Kilda in May 1900.[2]

In 1968, while playing for Dimboola, he was the leading goal-kicker for the Wimmera Football League.


External links

  • Keith Bromage career stats

Template:Collingwood Leading Goalkickers

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