List of current Australian Football League coaches

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This is a list of current Australian Football League senior coaches.

Team Name First Season Wins Losses Draws Total Premierships
as
senior coach
Premierships
as
assistant
Previous clubs
as
senior coach
Previous clubs
as
assistant
Club(s) as Player
Adelaide Phillip Walsh 2015 N/A Port Adelaide,
West Coast
Collingwood
Richmond
Brisbane Bears
Brisbane Justin Leppitsch 2014 7 15 0 22
0
0
N/A Brisbane Lions
Richmond
Brisbane Bears
Brisbane Lions
Carlton Mick Malthouse 2013 405 298 7 710
3
0
Footscray
West Coast
Collingwood
N/A St Kilda
Richmond
Collingwood Nathan Buckley 2012 42 28 0 70
0
1
N/A Collingwood Brisbane Bears
Collingwood
Essendon James Hird 2011 39 26 1 66
0
0
Essendon
Fremantle Ross Lyon 2012 125 63 5 193
0
1
Northern Bullants (VFL)
St Kilda
Richmond
Carlton
Sydney
Fitzroy
Brisbane Bears
Geelong Chris Scott 2011 73 24 0 97
1
0
N/A Fremantle Brisbane Lions
Gold Coast TBD 2015 N/A
Greater Western Sydney Leon Cameron 2014 6 16 0 22
0
0
N/A GWS
Hawthorn
Western Bulldogs
Richmond
Footscray
Hawthorn Alastair Clarkson 2005 144 88 1 233
3
1
[1]
Central Districts (SANFL) St Kilda
Port Adelaide
North Melbourne
Melbourne
Melbourne Paul Roos 2014 120 102 2 224
1
0
Sydney Sydney Fitzroy
Sydney
Nth Melbourne Brad Scott 2010 61 53 0 114
0
0
N/A Collingwood Hawthorn
Brisbane Lions
Pt Adelaide Ken Hinkley 2013 31 18 0 49
0
2
Mortlake (HFL)
Camperdown (HFL)
Bell Park (GFL)
St Kilda
Geelong
Gold Coast
Geelong
Fitzroy
Richmond Damien Hardwick 2010 51 59 2 112
0
1
N/A Hawthorn Essendon
Port Adelaide
St Kilda Alan Richardson 2014 4 18 0 22
0
0
Coburg (VFL) Collingwood
Essendon
Carlton
Port Adelaide
Collingwood
Sydney John Longmire 2011 67 30 2 99
1
1
N/A Sydney North Melbourne
West Coast Adam Simpson 2014 11 11 0 22
0
2
N/A Hawthorn North Melbourne
Western Bulldogs Brendan McCartney 2012 20 46 0 66
0
2
Ocean Grove (BFL) Richmond
Geelong
Essendon
Newtown (GFL)

* Became senior coach mid-year after resignations and/or sackings of previous coaches.

Note: "Premierships" tally includes those won at other AFL clubs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Clarkson was an assistant coach at Port Adelaide in their premiership year of 2004, despite departing prior to the 2004 AFL Grand Final.