With the 2020 season done and dusted, a new dynasty has been born in the form of the Tigers.

Winning the 2017, 2019 and 2020 premierships has meant that Damien Hardwick’s side are now in rare air and will forever be remembered as one of most elite sides of all time.

But how do they stack up against the other dominant sides of the century? Are they better or worse than Brisbane, Geelong or Hawthorn?

Here are our current rankings…

3. Richmond (2017-present)

In 2016, much of the Tigers faithful were down to their last straw with the consistent mediocrity that the club served up.

Fast forward four years, and Richmond have won three of the last four premierships and have cemented their status as a dynasty.

The side has had a complete turnaround in their philosophy, and are firmly the biggest club in the league.

Yes they have the best ‘big-time player’ in the form of Dustin Martin, and they have their stars like Lynch, Cotchin, Riewoldt and co., but the ability of the side to gel coupled with the system they play is something to marvel.

The only criticism of this dynasty is the fact that they could have, and probably should have, four flags instead of three if it weren’t for a horror preliminary final in 2018 against the Pies.

However, should the Tigers win it again next year and make it four in five, then don’t be surprised if they top this list come next year.

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – OCTOBER 24: (L-R) Jayden Short, Tom J. Lynch, Jason Castagna and Kamdyn McIntosh of the Tigers celebrate during the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats at The Gabba on October 24, 2020 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)