PickStar's top AFL Personalities and Premiership Players
AFL media personalities and former premiership players are always a strong draw card to help boost events and campaigns, but their star power shines especially bright in the lead up to the AFL grand final.
Finals footy is front of mind for almost everybody in the lead up to the GF, and the right speaker at an event at this time can be incredibly insightful and engaging for audiences.
Here is PickStar's list of recommended AFL personalities and former premiership players to help boost your next event or campaign.
Billy Brownless is not only regarded as one of Geelong's greatest players, having played in four grand finals, he went on to become a regular host on The Footy Show.
Prolific sports journalist Rebecca Maddern is renowned for her contribution to The Footy Show. In 2011, she also became the Geelong Cats' Number One Ticket holder.
Past AFL Premiership Players
Dane Swan was a superstar midfielder in Collingwood's last premiership win in 2010. He was also awarded the Brownlow Medal in 2011.
Peter Bell is a dual premiership player who won the 1996 and 1999 Grand Final with North Melbourne.
Highly decorated full-forward Matthew Lloyd kicked over 100 goals in a single season twice and won the 2000 premiership with the Essendon Bombers.
Peter Daicos played a crucial role as vice-captain for the Collingwood Magpies and helped lead his squad to a premiership in 1990 to break a 32-year drought.
Campbell Brown was a distinctly aggressive Hawthorn defender who won the 2008 premiership with his team, before going on to star in the inaugural Gold Coast Suns squad in 2011.
Mark Bickley is an Adelaide Football Club champion, debuting in 1991 as part of the Adelaide Crows inaugural team and later becoming a dual premiership captain in 1997 and 1998. After retirement, he returned to the club as a senior assistant coach.
Brownlow medallist Jason Akermanis boasts a commendable three-year premiership winning streak between 2001 and 2003 with the Brisbane Lions.
Andrew Embley was an instrumental vice-captain for the West Coast Eagles who helped lead the team to a premiership win in 2006.
Three-time premiership player Cameron Mooney has been victorious in two different teams, winning the 1999 premiership with North Melbourne and the 2007 Premiership with Geelong Cats. Unfortunately, he and Geelong lost their third premiership attempt in 2008 against Hawthorn.
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