|Full name||Troy Luff|
|Date of birth||22 November 1969|
|Original team||Nelson Bay|
|Height/Weight||191 cm / 93 kg|
|1990-2001||Sydney Swans||155 (85)|
1 Playing statistics to end of 2001 season .
Football career 
Troy Luff grew up in the town of Traralgon, Victoria where he lived until high school age. He played junior football with the Cumberland Park Club before shifting with his family to Nelson Bay, NSW.
In his early career, Luff was delisted and re-drafted twice before the age of 26, and was considered again at the start of his breakout year, 1996, by coach Rodney Eade
1996 season 
Fortunately, the blonde-haired Luff was retained, where he became best known for his stand-out performances in the 1996 AFL Finals series, culminating in a near best on ground effort in the 1996 AFL Grand Final with 2 crucial goals in the losing side, where he soundly beat Wayne Schwass (although was later beaten by Glenn Archer). Luff also suffered from Epstein Barr virus.
Later career 
The tall, lean Luff managed to hold down his ruck position during his career, playing a total of 155 games and kicking 85 goals in a career spanning from 1990 to 2001.
Post-AFL career 
Luff also commentates for Triple M Sydney's AFL coverage.
- Troy Luff's statistics from AFL Tables