Australian Football Hall of Fame

The Australian Football Hall of Fame recognises contributions made by players from the Australian Football League, Victorian Football League, West Australian Football League and South Australian National Football League. A committee considers candidates on the basis of ability, integrity, sportsmanship and character. Players must be retired for at least 3 years to become eligible. The maximum number inducted in a year is now 6. As of 2015, there are 188 Players and 26 Legends.
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Legend - Kevin Bartlett (Richmond). Games 403. Brilliant rover and goal kicker who was known as 'Hungry' because of his unwillingness to handball. Evasive and with great stamina, he could win a game off his own boot. First player to reach 400 league games.

Legend - Kevin Bartlett (Richmond). Games 403. Brilliant rover and goal kicker who was known as 'Hungry' because of his unwillingness to handball. Evasive and with great stamina, he could win a game off his own boot. First player to reach 400 league games.

Legend - Alex Jesaulenko (Carlton, St Kilda). Games – 279 Carl 256, StK 3. One of Carlton's all time greats, playing (and coaching) during the golden era of the late 60s/early 70s. The last playing coach to win a premiership in the V/AFL.

Legend - Alex Jesaulenko (Carlton, St Kilda). Games – 279 Carl 256, StK 3. One of Carlton's all time greats, playing (and coaching) during the golden era of the late 60s/early 70s. The last playing coach to win a premiership in the V/AFL.

Legend - Roy Cazaly (St Kilda, South Melbourne). Games – 198 St K 99, Sth Melb 99. Legendary ruckman whose name was invoked as a catchcry on the battlefields in World War II. His spectacular leaping and strong ruckwork made him an awesome player.

Legend - Roy Cazaly (St Kilda, South Melbourne). Games – 198 St K 99, Sth Melb 99. Legendary ruckman whose name was invoked as a catchcry on the battlefields in World War II. His spectacular leaping and strong ruckwork made him an awesome player.

Jason Akermanis - 1995-2010 - Brisbane Lions (248 games), Western Bulldogs (77 games) - Brownlow Medal 2001; BL premierships 2001, 2002, 2003; All-Australian 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004

Jason Akermanis - 1995-2010 - Brisbane Lions (248 games), Western Bulldogs (77 games) - Brownlow Medal 2001; BL premierships 2001, 2002, 2003; All-Australian 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004

Legend - Leigh Matthews (Hawthorn). Games – 332. The toughest player of his era, he could turn a game in a flash. Few players were as capable of lifting another gear so regularly and destroying opponents.

Legend - Leigh Matthews (Hawthorn). Games – 332. The toughest player of his era, he could turn a game in a flash. Few players were as capable of lifting another gear so regularly and destroying opponents.

Legend - Bob Pratt (South Melbourne). Games – 158. High-leaping full-forward who kicked a record 150 goals in 1934. Brilliant mark and kick who exuded confidence and spearheaded South Melbourne during a successful era for the club.

Legend - Bob Pratt (South Melbourne). Games – 158. High-leaping full-forward who kicked a record 150 goals in 1934. Brilliant mark and kick who exuded confidence and spearheaded South Melbourne during a successful era for the club.

Legend - Darrel Baldock (St Kilda, East Devonport, Latrobe, New Norfolk). Games – 352 ED 71. Lt 158, StK 119, NN 4. The 1966 skipper of St Kilda's only premiership side, he was a talented half-forward.

Legend - Darrel Baldock (St Kilda, East Devonport, Latrobe, New Norfolk). Games – 352 ED 71. Lt 158, StK 119, NN 4. The 1966 skipper of St Kilda's only premiership side, he was a talented half-forward.

Legend - Ron Barassi (Melbourne, Carlton). Games – 253. One of the most determined players ever to play the game, Barassi did not know how to accept defeat. His attack on the football and inspired leadership made him a football great. He took that passion for the contest into his coaching, willing his players to perform at their best.

Legend - Ron Barassi (Melbourne, Carlton). Games – 253. One of the most determined players ever to play the game, Barassi did not know how to accept defeat. His attack on the football and inspired leadership made him a football great. He took that passion for the contest into his coaching, willing his players to perform at their best.

Austin Robertson - 1962-74 - Subiaco (251 games), South Melbourne (18 games) -Sub best & fairest 1965, 1968; WAFL leading goalkicker 1962, 1964, 1965, 1968-72; Sub leading goalkicker 1962-65, 1967-74; SM leading goalkicker 1966; Sub premiership 1973; Sub Legend; Sub Team of the Century; WA Football Hall of Fame; State representative (WA 10 games, 44 goals)

Austin Robertson - 1962-74 - Subiaco (251 games), South Melbourne (18 games) -Sub best & fairest 1965, 1968; WAFL leading goalkicker 1962, 1964, 1965, 1968-72; Sub leading goalkicker 1962-65, 1967-74; SM leading goalkicker 1966; Sub premiership 1973; Sub Legend; Sub Team of the Century; WA Football Hall of Fame; State representative (WA 10 games, 44 goals)

Neil Roberts - 1952-62 - St Kilda (169 games) - Brownlow Medal 1958; best & fairest 1955, 1958; captain 1958-62; All-Australian 1958; State representative (Victoria 11 games)

Neil Roberts - 1952-62 - St Kilda (169 games) - Brownlow Medal 1958; best & fairest 1955, 1958; captain 1958-62; All-Australian 1958; State representative (Victoria 11 games)

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