Geoff Carr is an Australian former professional rugby league football player of the 1970s and administrator of the 1990s and 2000s. He was the CEO of the Australian Rugby League as well as the New South Wales Rugby League.
Originally from Grafton, New South Wales, Carr played first grade in the NSWRL premiership with the St. George Dragons for five seasons between 1970-1975. and played in the 1971 Grand Final under mastercoach Jack Gibson.
Carr was appointed secretary of the St. George club in 1989. He later became the club's chief executive, and in 1995 after exploring the possibility of a merger with the Roosters in an attempt to match the turnover of the all-conquering Brisbane Broncos, was sacked by his board. He then joined the ARL and was team manager for Australia in their successful1995 World Cup campaign. Carr later also worked for the National Rugby League. Carr became CEO of the ARL in 2000 and was later appointed New South Wales Rugby League chief executive.
He announced his retirement from full-time administration in 2013.
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- Carr to stand down as NSWRL CEO nrl.com, 31 May 2013