FORMER Sale footballer Scott Pendlebury will play his 350th AFL match tomorrow.

Pendlebury is set to bring up the milestone for Collingwood, in the Magpies’ Round 18 game against Adelaide at Adelaide Oval.

The Collingwood games record holder will become just the 20th man in AFL/VFL history to reach the 350 mark.

The 34-year-old has been a model of consistency since debuting in 2006, and has finished top-three in the Copeland Trophy a remarkable 13 times.

He is also one of only four AFL players to register more than 9000 possessions throughout their career.

Across the 349 games to date, there has been a premiership in 2010, a Norm Smith Medal the same year, as well as four grand finals.

Pendlebury has captained Collingwood since 2014, won the Copeland Trophy five times and made six All-Australian teams.

Growing up in Sale, Pendlebury’s initial love was basketball, before deciding to head down the football path.

Due to representative commitments, he only ever played one senior game for Sale Football-Netball Club, which came in 2005.

Collingwood has released a line of merchandise to mark the milestone, with t-shirts, hoodies and stubby holders available carrying the ‘SP-350’ design.