|Date of birth||10 February 1908|
|Date of death||8 October 1951(aged 43)|
|Original team||East Albury|
|Debut||2 May 1931 (round 1), Richmond
v. Carlton, at Princes Park
|Height/Weight||185 cm / 82.5 kg|
|1931–1936, 1938||Richmond||116 (108)|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 1938 season.
After a year in Tasmania as captain-coach of North Launceston, he returned to Richmond, and played all of Richmond's 18 matches in the 1938 season, scoring 6 goals.
He then transferred to Wodonga as captain-coach in 1939.
Along with his brother Doug (who was selected at full-forward), he made his debut for Richmond in the first round of the 1931 season, on 2 May 1931, at centre half-back; The Argus commented that, on debut, he had "showed grit" and had "kicked well".
In 1937 he coached North Launceston to runner-up position in the Northern Tasmanian Football Association; and, despite rumours to the contrary, he did not apply for the position of coach in the 1938 season.
He returned to play for Richmond in 1938; and he played in each of Richmond's 18 games that season.
In May 1939, Richmond cleared Strang to Wodonga. He was Wodonga's best and fairest in 1939 and 1940. In 1939 he coached Wodonga to a Grand Final victory over an Albury team that was coached by his brother, Doug.
- "AFL Tables - Gordon Strang - Stats - Statistics". AFL Tables. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
- "Death of star footballer.". The News (Adelaide: National Library of Australia). 8 October 1951. p. 2. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
- AFL Statistics: Bill Strang
- Football: Great Last Quarter: Richmond's Recovery at Carlton, The Argus, (Monday, 4 May 1931), pp.
- Strang in Melbourne: Probably Available to Play with Richmond, The Mercury, (Wednesday, 16 February 1938), p.13.
- Football: Strang Was Not Applicant, The Mercury, (Tuesday, 25 January 1938), p.9.
- Strang, Crowe Cleared, The Argus, (Saturday, 23 April 1938), p.15.
- League and V.F.A.: Question of Clearances, The Argus, (Thursday, 18 May 1939), p.26.
- Senior Best & Fairest
- Jones, H., "Footy club pays tribute to hero", The Border Mail, (25 April 2006).
- Hogan P: The Tigers Of Old, Richmond FC, Melbourne 1996