List of Australian Football League premiership captains and coaches

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This is a list of captains and coaches of Australian Football League premiership teams. Jock McHale has coached the most premierships with eight. Syd Coventry, Dick Reynolds and Michael Tuck are the most successful captains with four premierships each.

The coach of the premiership winning team currently receives the Jock McHale Medal, named in McHale's honour. The medal was first awarded in 2001, and Jock McHale Medals were retrospectively awarded to all premiership winning coaches starting from 1950, which was the first season following McHale's retirement from coaching.

Year Premiers Captain Coach
2014 Hawthorn Luke Hodge Alastair Clarkson
2013 Hawthorn Luke Hodge Alastair Clarkson
2012 Sydney Jarrad McVeigh John Longmire
2011 Geelong Cameron Ling Chris Scott
2010 Collingwood Nick Maxwell Mick Malthouse
2009 Geelong Tom Harley Mark Thompson
2008 Hawthorn Sam Mitchell Alastair Clarkson
2007 Geelong Tom Harley Mark Thompson
2006 West Coast Chris Judd John Worsfold
2005 Sydney Barry Hall Paul Roos
2004 Port Adelaide Warren Tredrea Mark Williams
2003 Brisbane Lions Michael Voss Leigh Matthews
2002 Brisbane Lions Michael Voss Leigh Matthews
2001 Brisbane Lions Michael Voss Leigh Matthews
2000 Essendon James Hird Kevin Sheedy
1999 Kangaroos (North Melbourne) Wayne Carey Denis Pagan
1998 Adelaide Mark Bickley Malcolm Blight
1997 Adelaide Mark Bickley Malcolm Blight
1996 North Melbourne Wayne Carey Denis Pagan
1995 Carlton Stephen Kernahan David Parkin
1994 West Coast Eagles John Worsfold Mick Malthouse
1993 Essendon Mark Thompson Kevin Sheedy
1992 West Coast Eagles John Worsfold Mick Malthouse
1991 Hawthorn Michael Tuck Alan Joyce
1990 Collingwood Tony Shaw Leigh Matthews
1989 Hawthorn Michael Tuck Allan Jeans
1988 Hawthorn Michael Tuck Alan Joyce
1987 Carlton Stephen Kernahan Robert Walls
1986 Hawthorn Michael Tuck Allan Jeans
1985 Essendon Terry Daniher Kevin Sheedy
1984 Essendon Terry Daniher Kevin Sheedy
1983 Hawthorn Leigh Matthews Allan Jeans
1982 Carlton Mike Fitzpatrick David Parkin
1981 Carlton Mike Fitzpatrick David Parkin
1980 Richmond Bruce Monteath Tony Jewell
1979 Carlton Alex Jesaulenko Alex Jesaulenko
1978 Hawthorn Don Scott David Parkin
1977 North Melbourne David Dench Ron Barassi
1976 Hawthorn Don Scott John Kennedy
1975 North Melbourne Barry Davis Ron Barassi
1974 Richmond Royce Hart Tom Hafey
1973 Richmond Royce Hart Tom Hafey
1972 Carlton John Nicholls John Nicholls
1971 Hawthorn David Parkin John Kennedy
1970 Carlton John Nicholls Ron Barassi
1969 Richmond Roger Dean Tom Hafey
1968 Carlton John Nicholls Ron Barassi
1967 Richmond Fred Swift Tom Hafey
1966 St Kilda Darrel Baldock Allan Jeans
1965 Essendon Ken Fraser John Coleman
1964 Melbourne Ron Barassi Norm Smith
1963 Geelong Fred Wooller Bob Davis
1962 Essendon Jack Clarke John Coleman
1961 Hawthorn Graham Arthur John Kennedy
1960 Melbourne Ron Barassi Norm Smith
1959 Melbourne John Beckwith Norm Smith
1958 Collingwood Murray Weideman Phonse Kyne
1957 Melbourne John Beckwith Norm Smith
1956 Melbourne Noel McMahen Norm Smith
1955 Melbourne Noel McMahen Norm Smith
1954 Footscray Charlie Sutton Charlie Sutton
1953 Collingwood Lou Richards Phonse Kyne
1952 Geelong Fred Flanagan Reg Hickey
1951 Geelong Fred Flanagan Reg Hickey
1950 Essendon Dick Reynolds Dick Reynolds
1949 Essendon Dick Reynolds Dick Reynolds
1948 Melbourne Don Cordner Checker Hughes
1947 Carlton Ern Henfry Percy Bentley
1946 Essendon Dick Reynolds Dick Reynolds
1945 Carlton Bob Chitty Percy Bentley
1944 Fitzroy Fred Hughson Fred Hughson
1943 Richmond Jack Dyer Jack Dyer
1942 Essendon Dick Reynolds Dick Reynolds
1941 Melbourne Allan La Fontaine Checker Hughes
1940 Melbourne Allan La Fontaine Checker Hughes
1939 Melbourne Allan La Fontaine Checker Hughes
1938 Carlton Brighton Diggins Brighton Diggins
1937 Geelong Reg Hickey Reg Hickey
1936 Collingwood Harry Collier Jock McHale
1935 Collingwood Harry Collier Jock McHale
1934 Richmond Percy Bentley Percy Bentley
1933 South Melbourne Jack Bisset Jack Bisset
1932 Richmond Percy Bentley Checker Hughes
1931 Geelong Ted Baker Charlie Clymo
1930 Collingwood Syd Coventry Jock McHaleNote 1
(caretaker Bob Rush)
1929 Collingwood Syd Coventry Jock McHale
1928 Collingwood Syd Coventry Jock McHale
1927 Collingwood Syd Coventry Jock McHale
1926 Melbourne Albert Chadwick Albert Chadwick
1925 Geelong Cliff Rankin Cliff Rankin
1924 Essendon Syd Barker Syd Barker
1923 Essendon Syd Barker Syd Barker
1922 Fitzroy Chris Lethbridge Vic Belcher
1921 Richmond Dan Minogue Dan Minogue
1920 Richmond Dan Minogue Dan Minogue
1919 Collingwood Con McCarthy Jock McHale
1918 South Melbourne Jim Caldwell Henry Elms
Herb Howson
1917 Collingwood Percy Wilson Jock McHale
1916 Fitzroy Wally Johnson George Holden
1915 Carlton Alf Baud Norm Clark
1914 Carlton Billy Dick Norm Clark
1913 Fitzroy Bill Walker Percy Parratt
1912 Essendon Alan Belcher Jack Worrall
1911 Essendon David Smith Jack Worrall
1910 Collingwood George Angus George Angus
1909 South Melbourne Charlie Ricketts Charlie Ricketts
1908 Carlton Fred Elliott Jack Worrall
1907 Carlton Jim Flynn Jack Worrall
1906 Carlton Jim Flynn Jack Worrall
1905 Fitzroy Gerald Brosnan -
1904 Fitzroy Gerald Brosnan -
1903 Collingwood Lardie Tulloch -
1902 Collingwood Lardie Tulloch -
1901 Essendon Tod Collins -
1900 Melbourne Dick Wardill -
1899 Fitzroy Alec Sloan -
1898 Fitzroy Alec Sloan -
1897 Essendon George Stuckey -

Footnotes[edit]

  • 1:^ Jock McHale had coached the Collingwood throughout that year and into the week of the Grand Final; but, he was absent on the day of the Grand Final, having fallen ill with influenza before the game. Club treasurer Bob Rush performed the match day coaching duties in his place. For many years, Rush was credited with having coached the game; but after a decision in 2014 by the AFL's historians, McHale is now credited as Collingwood's sole coach in the game for the purposes of coaching statistics.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Courtney Walsh (31 October 2014). "No fudge: AFL insists Mick Malthouse celebration will be by the numbers". The Australian (Melbourne, VIC). Retrieved 25 April 2015. 
  • Lovett, Michael (2004). AFL 2004 - The Official Statistical History Of The AFL. AFL Publishing. ISBN 0-9580300-5-7.