Matt Campbell (Australian footballer)
|Full name||Matt Campbell|
|Date of birth||21 January 1987|
|Original team(s)||North Adelaide (SANFL)|
|Height / weight||170cm / 72kg|
|2007–2012||North Melbourne||82 (79)|
|Representative team honours|
|International team honours|
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 2011.
|Sources: AFL Tables, AustralianFootball.com|
He is described as being small and lightly framed, but is a very fast player with excellent evasive skills. Kicks a lot of goals and wins a lot of the ball.
He began his senior football in 2005 with North Adelaide in the SANFL and played every game with the club in 2006.
North Melbourne career
Campbell made his AFL debut for the Kangaroos in Round 1, 2007 against Collingwood. He had a poor game, with only 3 possessions and was dropped for the following game against Port Adelaide, which would have seen him playing back in his home town. Round 3 saw him re-selected and gather 12 possessions as well as kicking his first AFL goal. He continued his good form with 13 possessions against the Brisbane Lions, and he kicked 2 goals in Round 5 against Geelong. Despite having only 4 kicks in Round 6 against Sydney, he kicked 3 goals; his third coming late in the final quarter when the Swans had got within four points.
Return to North Adelaide
- "Kangaroos Senior Players".
- AFL Record. Round 9,2009. Slattery Publishing. pg 75.
- Matt Campbell's statistics from AFL Tables