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Australian rules footballers with 200 games for one club

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Australian rules footballers with 200 games for one club

This is a list of Australian rules footballers who have played at least 200 games for a single club in the Australian Football League (AFL). Footballers who are still playing with the club that they are listed under are in bold. Statistics are correct as of the conclusion of Round 2 of the 2013 AFL season. Typically, a player who plays 200 games with a club receives an automatic life-membership with the club.

Adelaide Football Club

Name Career span Games
Andrew McLeod 1995–2010 340
Tyson Edwards 1995–2010 321
Mark Ricciuto 1993–2007 312
Ben Hart 1992–2006 311
Nigel Smart 1991–2004 278
Simon Goodwin 1997–2010 275
Mark Bickley 1991–2003 272
Michael Doughty 2000–2012 231
Graham Johncock 2002–2013 227
Ben Rutten 2003– 214
Nathan Bassett 1998–2008 210
Scott Thompson 2005– 206
[1]

Brisbane Lions

Name Career span Games
Simon Black 1998–2013 322
Luke Power 1998–2011 282
Jonathan Brown 2000– 245
Daniel Bradshaw 1997–2009 219
Nigel Lappin 1997–2008 218
Jason Akermanis 1997–2006 210
Michael Voss 1997–2006 210
Tim Notting 1998–2009 208
Ashley McGrath 2001– 207
Chris Johnson 1997–2007 205
[2]

Carlton Football Club

Name Career span Games
Craig Bradley 1986–2002 375
Bruce Doull 1969–86 356
John Nicholls 1957–74 328
Stephen Silvagni 1985–2001 312
Justin Madden 1983–96 287
Anthony Koutoufides 1992–2007 278
Geoff Southby 1971–84 268
David McKay 1969–81 263
Alex Jesaulenko 1967–79 256
Brett Ratten 1990–2003 255
Stephen Kernahan 1986–97 251
Peter Jones 1966–79 249
Peter Dean 1984–98 248
Andrew McKay 1993–2003 244
Mark Maclure 1974–86 243
Sergio Silvagni 1958–71 239
Rod McGregor 1905–20 236
Rod Ashman 1973–86 236
Scott Camporeale 1995–2005 233
Rod Austin 1972–85 220
Robert Walls 1967–78 218
Tom Alvin 1984–94 218
Lance Whitnall 1997–2007 216
Ken Hands 1945–57 211
Wayne Johnston 1979–90 209
Heath Scotland 1999- 209
Trevor Keogh 1970–81 208
Frank Gill 1929–42 205
Harry Vallence 1926–38 204
Barry Armstrong 1969–81 204
Ryan Houlihan 2000-11 201
Michael Sexton 1990–2000 200
[3]

Collingwood Football Club

Name Career span Games
Tony Shaw 1978–94 313
Gordon Coventry 1920–37 306
Wayne Richardson 1966–78 277
Len Thompson 1965–78 268
Scott Burns 1995–2008 264
Jock McHale 1903–20 261
Nathan Buckley 1994–2007 260
Gavin Brown 1987–2000 254
Harry Collier 1926–40 253
Lou Richards 1941–55 250
Peter Daicos 1979–93 250
Gavin Crosisca 1987–2000 246
Phonse Kyne 1934–50 245
Ben Johnson 2000–2013 235
Simon Prestigiacomo 1996–2010 233
Dick Lee 1906–22 230
Syd Coventry 1922–34 227
Shane O'Bree 2000–2010 227
Tarkyn Lockyer 1999–2010 227
Les Hughes 1908–22 225
Leon Davis 2000–2011 222
Anthony Rocca 1997–2009 220
Alan Didak 2001–2013 218
Charlie Dibbs 1924–35 216
Ross Dunne 1967–78 213
Billy Picken 1974–86 212
Max Richardson 1969–78 211
Dane Swan 2003– 206
Albert Collier 1925–39 205
Damian Monkhorst 1988–99 205
Graham Wright 1988–98 201
Josh Fraser 2000–2010 200
[4]

Essendon Football Club

Name Career span Games
Simon Madden 1974–92 378
Dustin Fletcher 1993– 378
Dick Reynolds 1933–51 320
Tim Watson 1977–94 307
Garry Foulds 1974–89 300
Terry Daniher 1978–92 294
Bill Hutchison 1942–57 290
Scott Lucas 1996–2009 270
Matthew Lloyd 1995–2009 270
Don McKenzie 1960–74 266
Ken Fletcher 1967–80 264
Jack Clarke 1951–67 263
James Hird 1992–2007 253
Gary O'Donnell 1987–98 243
Darren Bewick 1988–2000 238
Joe Misiti 1992–2004 236
Mark McVeigh 1999–2012 232
Hugh Mitchell 1953–67 224
Paul Salmon 1983–2002 224
Barry Davis 1961–72 218
Mark Mercuri 1992–2004 207
Mark Harvey 1984–97 206
Brent Stanton 2004– 203
Mark Thompson 1983–96 202
Paul Van Der Haar 1977–90 201
Glenn Hawker 1978–88 200
[5]

Fitzroy Football Club

Name Career span Games
Kevin Murray 1955–74 333
Paul Roos 1982–94 269
Garry Wilson 1971–84 268
Frank Curcio 1932–48 249
Norm Johnstone 1944–57 228
Allan Ruthven 1940–54 222
David McMahon 1973–84 218
John Murphy 1967–77 214
Warwick Irwin 1970–83 213
Alan Gale 1948–61 213
Mick Conlan 1977–89 210
[6]

Fremantle Football Club

Name Career span Games
Matthew Pavlich 2000– 290
Shane Parker 1995–2007 238
Shaun McManus 1995–2008 228
Luke McPharlin 2000– 224
Paul Hasleby 2000–2010 208
Antoni Grover 1999-2012 202
[7]

Geelong Football Club


Name Career span Games
Ian Nankervis 1967–83 325
Sam Newman 1964–80 300
Darren Milburn 1997–2011 292
Peter Riccardi 1992–2006 288
Matthew Scarlett 1998–2012 284
Garry Hocking 1987–2001 274
Joel Corey 2000–2013 272
Corey Enright 2001- 263
Paul Couch 1985–97 259
Bruce Nankervis 1970–83 253
Bill Goggin 1958–71 248
Paul Chapman 2000-2013 248
Reg Hickey 1926–40 245
Michael Turner 1974–88 245
Jimmy Bartel 2002- 245
Cameron Ling 2000–11 243
Gary Ablett, Sr. 1984–96 242
Barry Stoneham 1986–2000 241
George Todd 1922–34 232
James Kelly 2002– 229
Neville Bruns 1978–92 223
Bill Eason 1902–15 220
Terry Bright 1976–87 219
Tim McGrath 1992–2002 219
Ben Graham 1993–2004 219
Steve Johnson 2002– 211
Cameron Mooney 2000–11 210
Doug Wade 1961–72 208
Andrew Bews 1982–93 207
David Wojcinski 1999–2012 203
David Clark 1971–81 202
Russell Renfrey 1946–56 201
Robert Neal 1974–86 200
[8]

Hawthorn Football Club

Name Career span Games
Michael Tuck 1972–91 426
Leigh Matthews 1969–85 332
Shane Crawford 1993–2008 305
Chris Langford 1983–97 303
Don Scott 1967–81 302
Kelvin Moore 1970–84 300
Gary Ayres 1978–93 269
Jason Dunstall 1985–98 269
Peter Knights 1969–85 264
John Platten 1986–97 258
Sam Mitchell 2002– 244
John Kennedy 1979–91 241
Robert DiPierdomenico 1975–91 240
Graham Arthur 1955–68 232
Chris Mew 1980–92 230
Rodney Eade 1976–87 229
Luke Hodge 2002– 227
Michael Moncrieff 1971–83 224
Mark Graham 1993–2004 223
Alan Martello 1970–80 223
John Peck 1954–66 213
Andrew Collins 1987–96 212
David Parkin 1961–74 211
Darrin Pritchard 1987–97 211
Ben Dixon 1997–2007 203
Geoff Ablett 1973–82 202
Ted Pool 1926–38 200
[9]

Melbourne Football Club

Name Career span Games
David Neitz 1993–2008 306
Robert Flower 1973–87 272
Adem Yze 1995–2008 271
Jim Stynes 1987–98 264
Steven Febey 1988–2001 258
Brad Green 2000–2012 254
Brian Dixon 1954–68 252
James McDonald 1997–2010 251
Jeff White 1998–2008 236
Brett Lovett 1986–97 235
Todd Viney 1987–99 233
Russell Robertson 1997–2009 228
Stan Alves 1965–76 226
Garry Lyon 1986–99 226
Greg Wells 1969–80 224
Cameron Bruce 2000–10 224
Gary Hardeman 1967–81 219
Jack Mueller 1934–50 216
Percy Beames 1931–44 213
Norm Smith 1935–48 210
Don Williams 1953–68 205
Ron Barassi 1953–64 204
Steven Smith 1974–85 203
Tassie Johnson 1959–69 202
[10]

North Melbourne Football Club

Name Career span Games
Brent Harvey 1996– 361
Glenn Archer 1992–2007 311
Wayne Schimmelbusch 1973–87 306
Adam Simpson 1995–2009 306
Keith Greig 1971–85 294
Anthony Stevens 1989–2005 292
Mick Martyn 1988–2002 287
David Dench 1969–84 275
John Dugdale 1955–70 248
Brady Rawlings 1999–2011 245
Wayne Carey 1989–2001 244
Shannon Grant 1998–2008 243
Drew Petrie 2001– 243
David King 1994–2004 241
Craig Sholl 1987–2000 235
Stephen McCann 1977–88 226
John Blakey 1993–2002 224
Ross Smith 1984–96 224
Allen Aylett 1952–64 220
Brett Allison 1987–99 219
John Law 1978-89 219
Ian Fairley 1983–96 217
Daniel Wells 2003- 211
Michael Firrito 2003- 209
Laurie Dwyer 1956–70 201
John Longmire 1988–99 200
[11]

Port Adelaide Football Club

Name Career span Games
Kane Cornes 2001– 265
Warren Tredrea 1997–2010 255
Peter Burgoyne 1997–2009 240
Chad Cornes 1999–2011 239
Brendon Lade 1997–2009 234
Domenic Cassisi 2002– 212

[12]

Richmond Football Club

Name Career span Games
Kevin Bartlett 1965–83 403
Jack Dyer 1931–49 312
Francis Bourke 1967–81 300
Wayne Campbell 1991–2005 297
Jack Titus 1926–43 294
Matthew Richardson 1993–2009 282
Matthew Knights 1988–2002 279
Dale Weightman 1978–93 274
Joel Bowden 1996–2009 265
Perce Bentley 1925–40 263
Vic Thorp 1910–25 262
Kevin Sheedy 1967–79 251
Roger Dean 1957–73 245
Brendon Gale 1990–2001 244
Merv Keane 1972–84 238
Mark Lee 1977–91 233
Chris Newman 2002- 232
Jim Jess 1976–88 223
David Cloke 1974–91 219
Dick Clay 1966–76 213
Kevin O'Neill 1930–41 209
Bryan Wood 1972–82 209
Darren Gaspar 1996–2007 207
Michael Roach 1977–89 200

[13]

St Kilda Football Club

Name Career span Games
Robert Harvey 1988–2008 383
Nathan Burke 1987–2003 323
Stewart Loewe 1986–2002 321
Barry Breen 1965–82 300
Lenny Hayes 1999– 277
Stephen Milne 2001–2013 275
Gary Colling 1968–81 265
Nick Dal Santo 2002–2013 259
Nick Riewoldt 2001- 258
Kevin Neale 1965–77 256
Justin Peckett 1992–2006 252
Danny Frawley 1984–95 240
Ross Smith 1961–75 234
Max Hudghton 1997–2009 234
Trevor Barker 1975–89 230
Nicky Winmar 1987–98 230
Jeff Sarau 1973–83 226
Austinn Jones 1995–2005 226
Geoff Cunningham 1977–89 224
Andrew Thompson 1997–2007 221
Jason Blake 2000-2013 219
Harry Lever 1905–22 218
Leigh Montagna 2002– 212
Brian Mynott 1964–75 210
Brendan Goddard 2003–2012 205
Carl Ditterich 1963–78 203
Steven Baker 1999-2011 203
Justin Koschitzke 2001-2013 200

[14]

Sydney Swans / South Melbourne Football Club

Name Career span Games
Adam Goodes 1999– 331
Jude Bolton 1999–2013 325
Michael O'Loughlin 1995–2009 303
Ryan O'Keefe 2000– 282
John Rantall 1963–79 260
Mark Browning 1975–87 251
Stephen Wright 1979–92 246
Mark Bayes 1985–98 246
Daryn Cresswell 1992–2003 244
Brett Kirk 1999–2010 241
Bob Skilton 1956–71 237
Leo Barry 1995–2009 237
Paul Kelly 1990–2002 234
Ron Clegg 1945–60 231
Tony Morwood 1978–89 229
Jack Graham 1935–49 227
Vic Belcher 1907–20 226
Jared Crouch 1998–2009 223
Jim Cleary 1934–48 222
Dennis Carroll 1981–93 219
Jarrad McVeigh 2004– 219
Rod Carter 1980–90 217
Andrew Dunkley 1992–2002 217
David McLeish 1969–80 213
Mark Tandy 1911–26 207
Stuart Maxfield 1996–2005 200

[15]

West Coast Eagles

Name Career span Games
Glen Jakovich 1991–2004 276
Dean Cox 2001– 272
Guy McKenna 1988–2000 267
Drew Banfield 1993–2006 265
Darren Glass 2000- 261
Peter Matera 1990–2002 253
Andrew Embley 1999–2013 250
Dean Kemp 1990–2001 243
Ashley McIntosh 1991–2003 242
Ben Cousins 1996–2007 238
Michael Braun 1997–2008 228
David Wirrpanda 1996–2009 227
Daniel Kerr 2001– 220
Chris Lewis 1987–2000 215
Quinten Lynch 2002–2012 209
John Worsfold 1987–98 209
Chris Mainwaring 1987–99 201

[16]

Western Bulldogs / Footscray Football Club

Name Career span Games
Brad Johnson 1994–2010 364
Chris Grant 1990–2007 341
Doug Hawkins 1978–1994 329
Scott West 1993–2008 324
Ted Whitten 1951–1970 321
Rohan Smith 1992–2006 300
Tony Liberatore 1986–2002 283
Arthur Olliver 1935–50 272
Stephen Wallis 1983–96 261
Daniel Giansiracusa 2001- 250
Robert Murphy 2000- 249
Scott Wynd 1988–2000 237
Luke Darcy 1994–2007 226
Alby Morrison 1928–46 224
Nathan Eagleton 2000–2010 221
Matthew Boyd 2003- 219
Daniel Cross 2002-2013 210
Gary Dempsey 1967–78 207
Lindsay Gilbee 2001-2012 206
Wally Donald 1946–58 205
Ryan Hargrave 2002-2012 203
Adam Cooney 2004– 201
Norm Ware 1932–46 200

[17]

See also

  • List of AFL players to have played 300 games
  • List of VFL/AFL players who have played with three or more clubs

References

External links

  • Fullpointsfooty article on 200 gamers
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