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This is a List of Australian rules football families, that is families who have had more than one member play or coach in the Australian Football League (previously the VFL) as well as families who have had multiple immediate family members with notable playing or coaching careers in the West Australian Football League (WAFL), South Australian National Football League (SANFL) or Victorian Football League (VFL, formerly known as the VFA). Each family will have at least a father and child combination or a set of siblings. Many families have had two or more cousins play league football but they are not included unless one also had a father, child or sibling play.

Families with members playing or coaching in the AFL Women's competition, which launched in 2017, are also included.

A[edit | edit source]

Abbey[edit | edit source]

Angus is Ross's father.[1]

Ablett[edit | edit source]

Gary is the brother of Geoff and Kevin and father of Gary Jr. and Nathan, Kevin is Luke's father.[1] Len Ablett is the cousin of Gary Ablett's father. Gary Junior and Nathan are cousins of Shane Tuck (Hawthorn rookie list 2000, Richmond 2004–2009) and Travis Tuck (Hawthorn 2007–2009), who are the sons of the league's former games record holder, Michael Tuck. Two further members of the family, Michael and Ryan, were both rookie listed at AFL clubs and have competed in the VFL.

Adamson[edit | edit source]

Jack was the elder brother of Dave.[2]

Ah Chee[edit | edit source]

Brendon is the elder brother of Callum.

Aish[edit | edit source]

Andrew and Michael are brothers. Andrew is James's father.

Aked/Edwards/O'Bree[edit | edit source]

Arthur is the father of Allan,[3] who is the father of Jake and the uncle of Shane. Arthur married the daughter of Frank Aked Sr. Frank Sr. is Frank Jr.'s father. Arthur Edwards married Frank Jr.'s sister, making Frank Sr. the grandfather of Allan Edwards and the great-grandfather of Jake Edwards and Shane O'Bree.[4]

Albiston[edit | edit source]

Alec, Harold and Ken were brothers. Harold is the father of David.[1]

Allan (1)[edit | edit source]

Graeme is the father of Marcus.

Allan (2)[edit | edit source]

Ron is Barry's father.[1]

Allan (3)[edit | edit source]

Sarah is the elder sister of Jessica.[5]

Allison[edit | edit source]

Tom is Brett's father.[1]

Alves[edit | edit source]

Mark and Stan are brothers.[6]

Anderson (1)[edit | edit source]

Syd Sr. (played for Port Melbourne in the VFA) was the father of Syd (born 1918) and Claude,[7] who was the father of Graeme and Syd (born 1949).[1]

Anderson (2)[edit | edit source]

Frank was the father of Graeme.[1]

Anderson (3)[edit | edit source]

Jed and Joe are brothers[8]

Angus[edit | edit source]

George was the father of Les. Les was the father of Geoff.[1]

Angwin[edit | edit source]

Andy was the grandfather of Laurence.[9]

Armstrong[edit | edit source]

Lou was the elder brother of Bert.

Arthur[edit | edit source]

Alan is the father of Graham and brother of Harold.[1]

Atkins[edit | edit source]

Ernest is the father of Jack.[1]

Atkinson (1)[edit | edit source]

Art and Bill were brothers.[10]

Atkinson (2)[edit | edit source]

Bob and Ted were brothers. John is Ted's son.[11]

Atley[edit | edit source]

Shaun is the elder brother of Joe.

Aubrey[edit | edit source]

Bob is the father of Graeme.[1]

Austen[edit | edit source]

Cecil is the elder brother of Col and the father of Geoff.[1]

B[edit | edit source]

Baggott[edit | edit source]

Jack and Ron are brothers

Bairstow[edit | edit source]

Mark is the father of Toby and Dylan, who have all played for South Fremantle.[12]

Baker[edit | edit source]

Reg, Selwyn and Ted were brothers

Ball[edit | edit source]

Luke and Matthew are the sons of Ray[1] and the grandsons of Felix Russo.[13]

Banks[edit | edit source]

Albert and Tom were brothers[14]

Barassi[edit | edit source]

Ron Barassi is the son of Ron Barassi Senior.[1]

Barham[edit | edit source]

Billy, Jamie and Ricky are brothers.[10] Ricky is the father of Jaxson.

Barker[edit | edit source]

Syd Senior was the father of Syd Junior.[1]

Barnes (1)[edit | edit source]

Bert was the father of Reg.[1]

Barnes (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Ken.[1]

Bassett[edit | edit source]

Nathan is the elder brother of Scott.

Batchelor[edit | edit source]

Vin was the father of Keith.[1]

Baxter (1)[edit | edit source]

Ben was the father of Ray.[1]

Baxter (2)[edit | edit source]

Ray is the father of Darren.[1]

Beams[edit | edit source]

Claye and Dayne are brothers.[15]

Beasy[edit | edit source]

Maurie was the father of Doug,[16] and the great-grandfather of Brendan.[17]

Beckwith[edit | edit source]

Wally was the father of John.[16]

Bedford[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Peter.[16]

Beers[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Mark and Tony.[16]

Belcher[edit | edit source]

Alan and Vic were brothers.[18]

Bentley[edit | edit source]

Percy was the father of Bruce.[16]

Besanko[edit | edit source]

Barry and Neil are brothers.[19]

Beveridge[edit | edit source]

Jack was the grandfather of Luke.[20]

Bewick[edit | edit source]

Darren and Corey are brothers, Rohan and Shaun are Corey's identical twin sons. All have played for West Perth in the WAFL, Darren and Rohan have played in the AFL.[21]

Bews[edit | edit source]

Jed is the son of Andrew [22]

Bickford[edit | edit source]

Albert and Edric were brothers. Rod was married to their sister. Edric was the father of George, who is the father of Stephen.[16][23]

Blackwell[edit | edit source]

Wayne is the father of Luke.

Blake (1)[edit | edit source]

Rod is the father of Mark.[24]

Blake (2)[edit | edit source]

Tom, George and Mick were all brothers.[18]

Board[edit | edit source]

Terry J. is the father of Terry M.[16]

Boland[edit | edit source]

Brian was the father of Glenn.[16]

Bolton[edit | edit source]

Darren is the father of Shai.[25]

Bond[edit | edit source]

Shane and Troy are brothers.

Bosustow[edit | edit source]

Bob is the father of Peter and Peter is the father of Brent.[16]

Bourke (1)[edit | edit source]

Damian and Tim are brothers

Bourke (2)[edit | edit source]

Frank was the father of Francis and Francis is the father of David.[16]

Bourke (3)[edit | edit source]

Barry is the father of Darren.

Bowden[edit | edit source]

Michael is the father of Patrick, Sean and Joel

Boyle[edit | edit source]

Stephen is the father of Tim.

Bradshaw[edit | edit source]

Daniel is the elder brother of Darren.[26]

Braddy[edit | edit source]

Craig is the elder brother of Shane.[27]

Brady[edit | edit source]

Campbell and Laurie were brothers.[10]

Brain[edit | edit source]

Terry was the father of Peter and Terry Jr.[16]

Brayshaw[edit | edit source]

Ian is the father of Mark, who is the father of Angus, Hamish and Andrew.[28]

Brennan[edit | edit source]

Michael is the father of Jacob.[29]

Brewer[edit | edit source]

Ian is the elder brother of Ross

Brittain[edit | edit source]

Wayne is the elder brother of Craig

Brown (1)[edit | edit source]

Mal is the father of Campbell.

Brown (2)[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Jonathan.

Brown (3)[edit | edit source]

Ted was the father of Vin.

Brown (4)[edit | edit source]

Mitch and Nathan are identical twin brothers.

Brown (5)[edit | edit source]

Gavin is Callum's and Tyler's father.[30]

Browne (1)[edit | edit source]

Murray is the father of Alex.[31]

Browne (2)[edit | edit source]

Mort was the father of Morton.[16]

Browning[edit | edit source]

Keith is the father of Mark.[16]

Bruce[edit | edit source]

George, Jim and Percy were brothers.[32]

Bryce[edit | edit source]

Bob was the father of George and Ted.[16]

Buckley (1)[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Ben.[16]

Buckley (2)[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Mark and Stephen.[33]

Buckley (3)[edit | edit source]

Ray is the father of Nathan.[34]

Buckley (4)[edit | edit source]

Jim is the father of Dylan.[35]

Bunton[edit | edit source]

Haydn Sr. was the father of Haydn Jr.[36]

Burgmann[edit | edit source]

Jack is the father of Lloyd and grandfather of Shane.[33]

Burgoyne[edit | edit source]

Peter (Snr.) is the father of Peter and Shaun.

Shaun is the brother-in-law of Erin Phillips and son-in-law of Greg Phillips

Burke[edit | edit source]

Gerald is the father of Rohan.[33]

Burns[edit | edit source]

Allen and Peter were brothers.[2]

Burton[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Matthew, Jay and Travis. All four played for Subiaco in the WAFL.[37]

Buttsworth[edit | edit source]

Wally is the elder brother of Fred[38]

Byrne[edit | edit source]

Charlie is the older brother of Bill[39]

C[edit | edit source]

Cable[edit | edit source]

Barry is Shane's father.[33]

Cahill[edit | edit source]

Laurie was the uncle of Darrell and John.

Callan[edit | edit source]

Terry is the father of Tim.[33]

Caldwell[edit | edit source]

Arthur was the elder brother of Jim.[40]

Calverley[edit | edit source]

Des is the father of Graham and Ray.[41] Graham is the elder brother of Ray.[33]

Calwell[edit | edit source]

Brothers who played in 1910s-1920s

Cameron[edit | edit source]

Chris was the father of Bill.[33]

Campbell[edit | edit source]

Des is the father of Blake and Brad.[33]

Carmody[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[33]

Carr[edit | edit source]

Josh and Matthew are brothers.

Carroll (1)[edit | edit source]

Trent is the elder brother of Nathan.

Carroll (2)[edit | edit source]

Laurie is the father of Dennis and the brother of Tom.[33]

Carruthers[edit | edit source]

Ron H. was the father of Ron E.[33]

Cassin[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[33]

Ceglar[edit | edit source]

David is the father of John.[42]

Chadwick[edit | edit source]

Bert was the father of Bob.[33]

Chamberlain[edit | edit source]

Cornelius, Jack and Leonard were brothers.[43]

Chandler[edit | edit source]

Gil was the brother of Allan.[44]

Chanter[edit | edit source]

Fred was the father of Vic.[33]

Chapman[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the father of James.[45]

Charles[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Justin.[33]

Chitty[edit | edit source]

Peter was the elder brother of Bob.[46]

Christou[edit | edit source]

Jim is the elder brother of John.

Clark[edit | edit source]

Denis is the father of Michael.[33]

Clarke (1)[edit | edit source]

Raphael and Xavier are brothers.

Clarke (2)[edit | edit source]

Tom was the father of Jack.[33]

Clarke (3)[edit | edit source]

David E. is the father of Tim and David A.[33]

Clarke (4)[edit | edit source]

Fred was the father of Neil.[33]

Clay[edit | edit source]

Bert and Ivor were twin brothers.[18]

Clayton[edit | edit source]

Scott is the father of Josh.[47]

Clegg[edit | edit source]

Ron was the elder brother of Brian.

Cloke[edit | edit source]

David is the father of Cameron, Jason and Travis. Peter is David's elder brother.[48]

Coates[edit | edit source]

George was the father of Michael.[48]

Cock[edit | edit source]

Arthur, Eric and Herbert were brothers.[49]

Cockatoo-Collins[edit | edit source]

Che, David and Donald are brothers.[10]

Collier[edit | edit source]

Albert and Harry were brothers.

Collins (1)[edit | edit source]

Goldie, Harry and Norm were brothers. Both Harry and Norm died before the age of 30.

Collins (2)[edit | edit source]

Jim is the father of Allan and Jack.[48]

Collins (3)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Denis and Daryl.[48]

Collins (4)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Geoff and Mike.[50]

Comben[edit | edit source]

Aubrey was the father of Bruce and John.[48]

Connolly[edit | edit source]

Barry is the father of Chris.[48]

Considine[edit | edit source]

Bernie, Maurie and Frank are brothers,[51] Paul is Maurie's son.[52]

Conway[edit | edit source]

Isaac is the elder brother of Sophie.[53] Both have been on Brisbane Lions lists, in the AFL and AFL Women's respectively.

Cook[edit | edit source]

Fred and Keith were twins.[54]

Cooper[edit | edit source]

Graham is the elder brother of Ian.

Coppock[edit | edit source]

Fred was the father of Kevin.[48]

Cordner[edit | edit source]

Edward Rae Cordner was the brother of Harry Cordner and the father of Ted, Don, Denis and John Cordner.

Ted Cordner was the father of David Cordner. Edward Rae Cordner and Harry Cordner were first cousins of Larry Cordner and Alan Cordner (who were half-brothers).

Harriet Cordner is the granddaughter of 1946 Brownlow Medallist Don Cordner, she is the first grandfather-granddaughter recruit to play AFL in the Women's League (AFLW).

Cordy[edit | edit source]

Brian, Graeme and Neil are brothers. Ayce and Zaine are sons of Brian.[55]

Corrigan[edit | edit source]

Leigh and Glenn are brothers, and are the grandsons of Tom Corrigan.

Cornes[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Chad and Kane.[48]

Couch[edit | edit source]

Paul is the father of Tom.[56]

Cousins[edit | edit source]

Bryan is the father of Ben.[48]

Coventry[edit | edit source]

Gordon and Syd were brothers. Syd was the father of Hugh and Syd Jr.[48] James is Gordon's great-grandson.[57]

Cranage[edit | edit source]

Paul is the father of Sam.[48]

Crane[edit | edit source]

Jack was the elder brother of Len and Tom.

Crapper[edit | edit source]

All three are brothers.

Crawford[edit | edit source]

Shane is the elder brother of Justin.[58]

Crimmins[edit | edit source]

Bryan was the father of Peter.[48]

Cross[edit | edit source]

Mark is the father of Joel.[59]

Crosswell/Kavanagh[edit | edit source]

Brent is the father of Tom.[48]

Crouch[edit | edit source]

Brad and Matt are brothers.[60]

Crow[edit | edit source]

Max is the father of Justin

Cummings/Johnson[edit | edit source]

Percy Cummings is the father of Robert and Trent.[48] Joe was the father of Percy Johnson[61] and grandfather of Percy Cummings.[62]

Cunningham (1)[edit | edit source]

Tom was the father of Jack and Jack is the father of John.[48]

Cunningham (2)[edit | edit source]

Daryl and Geoff are brothers.[63]

Curran[edit | edit source]

Kevin was the father of Pat.[3]

D[edit | edit source]

Daicos[edit | edit source]

Peter is Josh's and Nick's father.[64]

Dalton[edit | edit source]

Bill was the elder brother of Jack[65]

Daly[edit | edit source]

Bunny was the elder brother of Bos[66]

Daniher[edit | edit source]

Anthony is the father of Darcy and Joe and the brother of Chris, Neale and Terry.[67]

Darcy[edit | edit source]

David is Luke's father.[3]

Davey[edit | edit source]

Aaron and Alwyn are brothers.[68]

Davidson[edit | edit source]

Garry is the father of Tom.[3]

Davis (1)[edit | edit source]

Craig is the father of Nick.[3]

Davis (2)[edit | edit source]

Allan is the father of Chad.[3]

Daykin[edit | edit source]

Bert was the elder brother of Percy and Richard.[32]

Dayman[edit | edit source]

  • Lisle Dayman (Son)

Les was the younger brother of Clem and is the grandfather of Chris McDermott who was the Adelaide Crows first captain.

Dean[edit | edit source]

Fred was the father of Ken and Norm.[3]

Dear[edit | edit source]

Greg is the elder brother of Paul, Harry is the son of Paul

Deas[edit | edit source]

Jack was the elder brother of Bob

Delahunty[edit | edit source]

Hugh is the elder brother of Mike.[69]

Deledio[edit | edit source]

Wayne is Brett's father[70]

Deluca[edit | edit source]

Adrian is Fabian's elder brother

Demetriou[edit | edit source]

Jim is the elder brother of Andrew.

Dempster[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Sean.

Dick[edit | edit source]

Alec and Robert were brothers. Billy was the son of Alec.[32]

Dimattina[edit | edit source]

Frank is the father of Paul and Andrew.[3]

Dixon[edit | edit source]

Joe is the father of Ben.[3]

Doig[edit | edit source]

All three are first cousins. Another 14 members of the family have played in the WAFL over the years, for a combined total of 39 premierships and 35 runners-up.[71]

Dowsing[edit | edit source]

Alf was the father of Roy and the grandfather of Rob.[3]

Doyle[edit | edit source]

Robert is the father of Stephen.[3]

Drum[edit | edit source]

Damian is Marcus' uncle

Duckworth[edit | edit source]

John is the elder brother of Billy.

Dugdale[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Dean and Glenn.[3]

Dullard[edit | edit source]

Adrian was the father of Tony.[3]

Dummett[edit | edit source]

Alf was the elder brother of Charlie.

Dunbar[edit | edit source]

Edgar, Harold and Hugh were brothers.[6]

Duncan[edit | edit source]

Glen, who played for East Fremantle, is Mitch's father.[72]

Dunell[edit | edit source]

Frank is the father of Sam.[73]

Dunn[edit | edit source]

Harvey Sr. was the father of Harvey Jr.[3]

Dunstan[edit | edit source]

Maurie is the father of Graeme and Ian.[3]

Dwyer[edit | edit source]

Leo was the father of Laurie and grandfather of Anthony and David. Leo was also the uncle of Keith Harper.[3]

Dyer[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Jack Jr.[3]

E[edit | edit source]

Eason[edit | edit source]

Alec and Bill were brothers. Alec was the father of Dick.[3]

Easton[edit | edit source]

Kevin was the father of Stephen.[3]

Ebert[edit | edit source]

Russell is the brother of Craig and father of Brett. Craig is the father of Brad. Jeff is the brother of Russell and Craig.

Edmond[edit | edit source]

Bob was the elder brother of Jim.

Edwards (1)[edit | edit source]

Alan was the father of Doug, the grandfather of Greg and Russell and the great-grandfather of Kym and Shane.[74]

Edwards (2)[edit | edit source]

Jackson is the son of Tyson.

Elliott[edit | edit source]

Bruce, Glenn and Robert are brothers.[10]

Ellis[edit | edit source]

Ted was the father of Kingsley and Lindsay.[75]

Emselle[edit | edit source]

Richie was the father of Ken.[75]

Erwin[edit | edit source]

Mick is the father of Michael.[75]

Evans (1)[edit | edit source]

Alfie was the father of Rodney.[75]

Evans (2)[edit | edit source]

Ron was the elder brother of Neil.

Everitt[edit | edit source]

Peter is the elder brother of Andrejs.

F[edit | edit source]

Fanning[edit | edit source]

Fred was the father of John.[75]

Farmer[edit | edit source]

Horrie H. was the father of Horrie.[75]

Farrant[edit | edit source]

Gary is the elder brother of Doug.[76]

Febey[edit | edit source]

Matthew and Steven are twins.[10]

Fehring[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the elder brother of Arthur.

Feldmann[edit | edit source]

Derek and Rick are brothers.[10]

Fellowes[edit | edit source]

Graeme is the father of Wes.[75]

Ferguson[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[75]

Fidge[edit | edit source]

John and Ted are brothers.[10]

Fields[edit | edit source]

Neville is Tom's father.[77]

Fincher[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the elder brother of Jack.

Fletcher (1)[edit | edit source]

Ken is Dustin's father.[75]

Fletcher (2)[edit | edit source]

Daniel and Simon are brothers.[49]

Flower[edit | edit source]

Robbie and Tom are brothers.[10]

Fogarty[edit | edit source]

Tom, Chris, John, and Joe were brothers.[18] Tom Fogarty Jr. is the son of Tom B. Fogarty.

Foster[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Rob.[75]

Fox[edit | edit source]

Arthur Sr. was the father of Arthur Jr.[75]

Francis[edit | edit source]

Jack, Jim and Syd were brothers.[78]

Fraser (1)[edit | edit source]

Don Sr. was the father of Don Jr.[75]

Fraser (2)[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Mark.[75]

Freeborn[edit | edit source]

Glenn is the elder brother of Scott.[79]

Frost[edit | edit source]

Jack and Sam are brothers.[80]

G[edit | edit source]

Galbally[edit | edit source]

Jack was the elder brother of Frank and Bob.[81]

Gale[edit | edit source]

Jack was the grandfather of brothers Brendon and Michael.

Gallagher[edit | edit source]

Jim was the father of Ross.[75]

Garbutt[edit | edit source]

Joe was the father of Joe Jr.[75]

Gardner[edit | edit source]

Corrie, Eric and Mark were brothers.[10]

Gardiner (1)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the elder brother of Vin.[10]

Gardiner (2)[edit | edit source]

Alex Sr. was the father of Alex.[75]

Gardner[edit | edit source]

Corrie was the elder brother of Eric.

Garlick[edit | edit source]

George Sr. was the father of George.[75]

Gaspar[edit | edit source]

Damien, Darren and Travis are brothers

Gaudion[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the father of Michael.

Gerrand[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Bill Jr.[75]

Gibb[edit | edit source]

Reg was the father of Ray and brother of Len,Percy and Rupert.[75][82]

Gibbs[edit | edit source]

Ross is the father of Bryce.

Giles[edit | edit source]

Glenn and Peter are brothers.[10]

Gill (1)[edit | edit source]

John is the elder brother of Barry.

Gill (2)[edit | edit source]

Frank was the father of Dick.[75]

Gillespie[edit | edit source]

Dave and Doug were twin brothers

Gilmore[edit | edit source]

Brian is the grandfather of Daniel.

Glascott[edit | edit source]

David is the elder brother of Stuart.

Gleeson[edit | edit source]

Adrian is the uncle of Martin.[83]

Goggin[edit | edit source]

Bill and Matt are brothers.[32]

Gomez[edit | edit source]

Frank Sr. is the father of Frank Jr.[84]

Goodes[edit | edit source]

Adam and Brett are brothers.[85]

Goonan[edit | edit source]

Jim is the father of Jimmy.[84]

Goss[edit | edit source]

Norm is the father of Kevin, Norm and Paul.[84]

Gotch[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Brad.[86] Brad is the father of Xavier.

Gotz[edit | edit source]

Martin was the father of Bruce.[84]

Gowans[edit | edit source]

Chris and James are twins.[87]

Gowers[edit | edit source]

Andrew is the son of Trevor and father of Bill.[88]

Grace[edit | edit source]

Jim was the elder brother of Mick

Graham[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Ricky and grandfather of Ben. Ricky is Ben's uncle.

Grainger[edit | edit source]

George is the father of Gary.[84]

Grambeau[edit | edit source]

Mick is the father of Shane.[84]

Green (1)[edit | edit source]

Bob and Jack were brothers.[2]

Green (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack Sr. was the father of Jack Jr. and the grandfather of Jack III.[84]

Greene[edit | edit source]

Russell is the father of Steven.[84]

Greeves[edit | edit source]

Ted was the father of Edward.[84]

Grima[edit | edit source]

Nathan is the oldest brother, Alex is the youngest[89]

Grimes[edit | edit source]

Jack is the older brother of Dylan.[90]

Grimley[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Brett,[84] who is the father of Sam.[91]

Guinane[edit | edit source]

Danny was the father of Paddy.[84]

Gull[edit | edit source]

Jim was the father of Stewart.[84]

Gunn/Ward[edit | edit source]

Bill Gunn is the grandfather of Callan Ward.[92]

H[edit | edit source]

Hacker[edit | edit source]

Alf was the elder brother of Jack.[93]

Hall[edit | edit source]

Grahame was the father of Peter.[84]

Hallahan[edit | edit source]

Jim Sr. was the father of Jim Jr. and Tom and the grandfather of Mike.[84]

Halloran[edit | edit source]

Frank was the father of Danny.[94]

Hanley[edit | edit source]

Pierce is the elder brother of Cian.[95] Both have been listed for the Brisbane Lions, whilst Pierce has also played for Gold Coast.

Hannebery[edit | edit source]

Matt is the father of Dan and younger brother of Mark. Luke O'Sullivan is the brother of Matt's wife. Ian Aitken is married to the sister of Matt's wife.[96]

Hanton[edit | edit source]

Alec and Harold were twin brothers.[97]

Hardiman[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Peter and Les.[84]

Hardy[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the father of Jack.[84]

Hargrave[edit | edit source]

Steve is the father of Ryan.[84]

Harris (1)[edit | edit source]

Leon is the elder brother of Bernie

Harris (2)[edit | edit source]

Darren is the elder brother of Brenton

Hart[edit | edit source]

Arthur, Don, Eddie and Kevin were brothers.[98][99][100]

Hartigan[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Dean and grandfather of Brent.[61]

Harvey (1)[edit | edit source]

Robert is the elder brother of Anthony

Harvey (2)[edit | edit source]

Brent is the elder brother of Shane. Bill is their grandfather.

Hawkins[edit | edit source]

Jack, Michael and Robb are brothers. Jack is Tom's father. Fred is Tom's grandfather and Jack's father-in-law.[101]

Hay (1)[edit | edit source]

Phil is the elder brother of Sted.

Hay (2)[edit | edit source]

Ced and Harold were brothers.[10]

Hayes[edit | edit source]

Phonse and John were brothers.[102]

Heal[edit | edit source]

Stan was the father of Graham.[61]

Healy[edit | edit source]

Gerard and Greg are brothers.[10]

Heenan[edit | edit source]

Jim F. was the father of Jim P.[61]

Hellwig[edit | edit source]

Herman was the father of Gordon.[61]

Hill[edit | edit source]

Stephen is the elder brother of Bradley.

Hinman[edit | edit source]

Arthur and Bill were brothers

Hird[edit | edit source]

Allan is the father of Allan Jr. and the grandfather of James.[61]

Hiskins[edit | edit source]

Arthur, Fred, Rupe and Stan were brothers. Jack was the son of Fred.[61]

Hocking (1)[edit | edit source]

Garry and Steven are brothers

Hocking (2)[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Heath.[103]

Hodgkin[edit | edit source]

Frank is the elder brother of Robert.[104]

Hogan[edit | edit source]

Tony (Subiaco) is the father of Jesse[105]

Hoiles[edit | edit source]

John E. Hoiles is father of John M. Hoiles[61]

Holland[edit | edit source]

Ben and Nick are brothers.[106]

Horkings[edit | edit source]

Reg was the father of Ray.[61]

Hosking (1)[edit | edit source]

Ron is the father of Scott.[61]

Hosking (2)[edit | edit source]

Jess and Sarah are twin sisters.[107]

Houlihan[edit | edit source]

Adam, Damian and Ryan are brothers. Another sibling, Josh, was recruited by St Kilda but never played in the AFL.

Hovey[edit | edit source]

Ron, Ced and Jim are brothers,[108] Jim is the father of Wayne.[109]

Howell (1)[edit | edit source]

Jack P was the father of Jack Jnr and the grandfather of Scott.[36]

Howell (2)[edit | edit source]

Bevis and Verdun were brothers. Bevis won the 1952 Grogan Medal in Queensland

Howson[edit | edit source]

Henry and Herb were brothers.[2]

Hudson[edit | edit source]

Peter is Paul's father.[61] Simon Minton-Connell is Paul's cousin.[110]

Huggard[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Jackie.[61]

Hughes[edit | edit source]

Frank was the father of Frank Jr.[61]

Hughson[edit | edit source]

Les was the elder brother of Fred, who was the father of Denis.[61]

Hunter[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Cameron.[61]

Huntington[edit | edit source]

Jack, Les and Stan were brothers. Bill is the son of Stan.[36]

Hurn[edit | edit source]

William is the father of Shannon.

I[edit | edit source]

Icke[edit | edit source]

Laurie is the father of Steven.[61]

Incigneri[edit | edit source]

Len and Matt were brothers.[10]

Ion[edit | edit source]

Graham is the elder brother of Barry.

J[edit | edit source]

Jack[edit | edit source]

Brandon is the younger brother of Kieren, both are sons of rugby league legend Garry Jack.[111]

Jakovich[edit | edit source]

Gary (played for South Fremantle), Allen and Glen are brothers.[112]

James (1)[edit | edit source]

Brett and Roger and Paul are siblings – Brett and Roger played AFL and SANFL and Paul played SANFL.

James (2)[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Michael.[61]

James (2)[edit | edit source]

Max is the father of Heath.[61]

Jarman[edit | edit source]

Andrew and Darren are brothers. Ben is the son of Darren.

Jewell[edit | edit source]

Tony is the father of Nick.[61]

John[edit | edit source]

Graeme is the father of Gareth.[61]

Johnson(1)[edit | edit source]

Bob C. is Bob B's father.

Johnson (2)[edit | edit source]

Alan is the father of Chris.[6]

Johnson (3)[edit | edit source]

Mark is the elder brother of David.

Johnston[edit | edit source]

Charlie and Jack are brothers.[113]

Johnstone[edit | edit source]

Norm is the grandfather of Travis.[114]

Jones (1)[edit | edit source]

Brett is the elder brother of Chad.

Jones (2)[edit | edit source]

Nathan is the elder brother of Zak.[90]

Jones (3)[edit | edit source]

Bob is Liam's father.

K[edit | edit source]

Kearney[edit | edit source]

Jim was the father of Dan.[115]

Keating[edit | edit source]

Aaron and Clark are brothers.

Keeffe[edit | edit source]

Lachlan is the elder brother of Jessy.[116] Lachlan has played for Collingwood in the AFL, and Jessy has been listed for Brisbane in the AFL Women's.

Kekovich[edit | edit source]

Brian and Sam are brothers.

Kellaway[edit | edit source]

Andrew and Duncan are brothers.

Kelly[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Joe.[115]

Kelly (2)[edit | edit source]

All three were brothers

Kelly (3)[edit | edit source]

Craig is the father of Jake.

Kelly (4)[edit | edit source]

Phil is the father of Josh.[117]

Kennedy (1)[edit | edit source]

John Sr. is John Jr.'s father,[115] Josh is John Jr.'s son[118] and his maternal grandfather is Felix Russo.[13]

Kennedy (2)[edit | edit source]

Des is the father of Matthew.[115]

Kennedy (3)[edit | edit source]

Ted was the elder brother of James

Kenny[edit | edit source]

Billy was the father of Bill.[115]

Kernahan[edit | edit source]

Harry is the father of David and Stephen.

Kerr (1)[edit | edit source]

Laurie is the father of Peter.[115]

Kerr (2)[edit | edit source]

Roger is the father of Daniel.[119]

Kerr (3)[edit | edit source]

Alex and Bill were brothers.[2]

Kick[edit | edit source]

Ned was the father of Murray.[115]

King[edit | edit source]

Derek is the father of Clinton.[115]

Kinnear[edit | edit source]

Joe was the elder brother of Bill. The son of Joe, Col Kinnear, coached the Sydney Swans.

Knight[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Philip.[115]

Knott[edit | edit source]

Dan and Arch are brothers.[120]

Kol[edit | edit source]

Michael and Nigel are identical twins.[121]

Krakouer[edit | edit source]

Jim, Phil and Andrew L. are brothers, Andrew J is Jim's son.[115] Nathan is a cousin of Andrew J.

Kuhl[edit | edit source]

Harry was the father of Jim.[115]

L[edit | edit source]

Laird[edit | edit source]

Chris and Frank were brothers.[2]

Lane[edit | edit source]

Eddie was the elder brother of Clarrie.[122]

Lambert[edit | edit source]

Chris was the elder brother of Harold[123]

Langdon[edit | edit source]

Tom is the elder brother of Ed[124] They are also related to the Cordner family. Their great-grandmother was Sylvia Cordner, a first cousin of Edward Rae, Harry, Larry and Alan Cordner, making Tom and Ed their first cousins thrice-removed.

Langford[edit | edit source]

Chris is the father of Will and Lachlan.[125]

Lawrence[edit | edit source]

Barry is the father of Steven.[115]

Leach[edit | edit source]

Arthur, Fred and Ted were brothers.[18]

Leahy[edit | edit source]

Brian, John and Terry are all brothers.[10]

LeCras[edit | edit source]

Peter (East Fremantle) is the father of Brent and Mark.[126]

Leehane[edit | edit source]

Steve was the father of Ted and Tom.[115]

Le Messurrier[edit | edit source]

The Le Messurrier's were a prominent Port Adelaide business family that played a large part in the early years of the Port Adelaide Football Club.

Lenaghan[edit | edit source]

Denis is the elder brother of Mick.[127]

Lester-Smith[edit | edit source]

Rod and Neil are brothers, Ryan is Neil's son. All have played for East Fremantle.

Liberatore[edit | edit source]

Tony is the father of Tom.[128]

Linton[edit | edit source]

Alby Sr. is the father of Alby.[115]

Lisle/Milnes[edit | edit source]

Brian is the grandfather of Jordan,[129] and Mark is the father of Jordan.[130]

Lloyd[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Brad and Matthew.[115]

Lockwood[edit | edit source]

George and Teddy were twin brothers

Longmire[edit | edit source]

Keith Williams is the grandfather of John Longmire. Robert is the uncle of John.

Longmuir[edit | edit source]

Justin and Troy are brothers

Lonie[edit | edit source]

Nathan and Ryan are identical twins

Lord (1)[edit | edit source]

Alistair and Stewart are twin brothers.[131]

Lord (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[115]

Lower[edit | edit source]

Ed and Nick are twins.

Lucas (1)[edit | edit source]

George was the father of Peter.[115]

Lucas (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack is the father of Kane.[132]

Luff[edit | edit source]

Bill Sr. was the father of Bill.[115]

Lunn[edit | edit source]

Ron is the father of Stephen.[115]

Lugg[edit | edit source]

Gary is the father of Rheanne.[133]

Lynch[edit | edit source]

Fred is the father of Paul.[115]

Lyon (1)[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Garry.[134]

Lyon (2)[edit | edit source]

Maurie is the father of Ross.[135]

Lyons[edit | edit source]

Marty is the father of Jarryd.[136]

M[edit | edit source]

Mackie[edit | edit source]

Gordon was the elder brother of Ken.[137]

MacPherson[edit | edit source]

Rod is the elder brother of Stephen.[138]

Madden[edit | edit source]

Justin and Simon are brothers.[139]

Magin[edit | edit source]

Alik is the younger brother of Rhys.[140]

Maginness[edit | edit source]

Norm is the father of Scott.[134]

Malakellis[edit | edit source]

Spiro is the elder brother of Tony.[141]

Mann[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Peter.[134]

Marchesi[edit | edit source]

Val was the father of Gerald and Peter.[134]

Marsham[edit | edit source]

Harry was the father of Alan.[134]

Martyn[edit | edit source]

Bryan was the father of Mick.[134]

Matera[edit | edit source]

Wally is the elder brother of Peter and Phillip. Brandon is Wally's son.

Matthews (1)[edit | edit source]

Herb, Sr. was Herbie's father and Herb, Jr. was his son.[134] Norm was the second son of Herb Sr.[142]

Matthews (2)[edit | edit source]

Kelvin and Leigh are brothers.

Matthews (3)[edit | edit source]

Norm was the father of Don.[134]

May[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the father of Wally.[134]

Maynard[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Brayden and Corey.[143]

McAdam[edit | edit source]

Adrian, Gilbert and Greg are brothers.

McAsey[edit | edit source]

Alan is the father of Darren.[134]

McCabe[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Bill Jr.[134]

McCarthy/Olle[edit | edit source]

Shane is the father of John and Matthew. Bernie and Gavan are Shane's brothers.[134] Alan was the grandfather of John and Matthew.[144]

McCartin[edit | edit source]

Paddy is the older brother of Tom.[145]

McDonald (1)[edit | edit source]

Alex, Anthony and James are brothers

McDonald (2)[edit | edit source]

Edwin, Arch, and Fen are brothers

McDonald (3)[edit | edit source]

Tom is the older brother of Oscar.[90]

McFarlane[edit | edit source]

Alex is the uncle of Bill.

McGovern[edit | edit source]

Andrew is the father of Jeremy and Mitch. [146]

McGrath (1)[edit | edit source]

Ashley, Cory and Toby are brothers. Marty and Dion Woods are cousins of Ashley, Cory & Toby.[147]

McGrath (2)[edit | edit source]

Dennis is the father of Tim.[134]

McGrath (3)[edit | edit source]

Frank and Shane were brothers.[10]

McHale[edit | edit source]

Jock was the father of John.[134]

McIntosh[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Ashley.[134]

McKenzie (1)[edit | edit source]

Bob is the father of Robert.[134]

McKenzie (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Jack Jr.[134]

McKenzie (3)[edit | edit source]

Ken, Alec and Jack were brothers.

McKernan[edit | edit source]

Corey is the elder brother of Shaun.

McLaughlin[edit | edit source]

Hugh J. was the father of Hugh E.[134]

McLean[edit | edit source]

Rod was the father of Ricky[134] and Ricky is the uncle of Brock.

McLeish[edit | edit source]

Maurie was the father of John.[134]

McNamara[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Pat.[148]

McPharlin[edit | edit source]

Ray was the grandfather of Luke.[149]

McShane[edit | edit source]

Henry, Jim and Joe were brothers. Additionally, three other brothers were leading players in Victoria prior to the commencement of the VFL.[150]

McVeigh[edit | edit source]

Jarrad and Mark are brothers.

Merrington[edit | edit source]

Gary is the father of Andrew.[148]

Merrett[edit | edit source]

Jackson and Zach are brothers.[151]

Merryweather/Guthrie[edit | edit source]

Andrew is the father of Cameron and Zach.[152]

Metherell[edit | edit source]

Len was the elder brother of Jack.

Michael[edit | edit source]

Stephen is Clem's father.

Middlemiss[edit | edit source]

Russell is the father of Glenn.[148]

Mihocek[edit | edit source]

Jack is the father of Brody.[153]

Milburn[edit | edit source]

Charlie was the father of Pat.[148]

Miller[edit | edit source]

Alan is the father of Greg.[148]

Mithen[edit | edit source]

Kevin and Laurie are brothers.[10]

Molloy (1)[edit | edit source]

Glenn is the son of Graham.

Molloy (2)[edit | edit source]

Shane is the father of Jarrod.[148]

Moloney (1)[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Troy.[148]

Moloney (2)[edit | edit source]

George Sr. was the father of George Jr. and Vin.[148]

Moncrieff[edit | edit source]

Allan is the father of Michael.[148]

Monohan[edit | edit source]

Jack senior was the father of Jack junior.[148]

Montgomery[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Ken.[148]

Mooney[edit | edit source]

Jason is Cameron's elder brother.

Moore (1)[edit | edit source]

Herbert was the father of Roy.[148]

Moore (2)[edit | edit source]

Kelvin is the elder brother of Andrew

Moore (3)[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Darcy.[154]

Moriarty[edit | edit source]

Geoff and Dan were brothers[155] and Geoff was the father of Jack.[148]

Morrison[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Shane.[156]

Morrissey[edit | edit source]

George Sr. was the father of George.[148]

Mort[edit | edit source]

Harry was the father of Ian.[148]

Morton[edit | edit source]

Noel played in the WAFL for Claremont and is the father of Mitch, Cale and Jarryd.

Morwood[edit | edit source]

All three are brothers

Motley[edit | edit source]

Geof is the father of Peter

Motlop[edit | edit source]

Daniel, Steven and Shannon are brothers, Marlon is a cousin of Daniel, Steven and Shannon.[157] Rod is an uncle of Daniel, Steven and Shannon.[158]

Muller[edit | edit source]

Angie and Nick were brothers.[159]

Munday[edit | edit source]

Jim Sr. was the father of Jim.[148]

Murdoch[edit | edit source]

Brodie and Jordan are brothers[160]

Murphy (1)[edit | edit source]

Frank and Len were brothers[161]

Murphy (2)[edit | edit source]

Leo was the father of John[148] and grandfather of Marc.

Murphy (3)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[148]

Murray[edit | edit source]

Dan was the father of Kevin.[148]

N[edit | edit source]

Naismith[edit | edit source]

Wally, twin brother of Charlie Naismith, was the father of Alby and Herb Naismth.[148]

Nankervis (1)[edit | edit source]

Bruce and Ian are brothers.[162]

Nankervis (2)[edit | edit source]

Stephen was the father of Vic.[148]

Narkle[edit | edit source]

Keith is the elder brother of Phil.

Nash[edit | edit source]

Robert was the father of Laurie and Robert Jr. Michael was Robert's father and Thomas's brother.[142]

Neagle[edit | edit source]

Merv was the father of Jay.

Nelson[edit | edit source]

Sandy is the father of Ben.

Nicholls[edit | edit source]

Geoff was the elder brother of Reg.[163]

Nisbet[edit | edit source]

Des was the father of Darryl.[164]

Niven[edit | edit source]

Colin and Ray were brothers.[10]

Nolan[edit | edit source]

Bernard, Herb, Jerry and Tom were brothers.[165]

O[edit | edit source]

Oaten[edit | edit source]

Max is the father of Michael.[164]

Oatey[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Peter and Robert.

Oborne[edit | edit source]

Rod is the father of Brad.[164]

O'Brien (1)[edit | edit source]

Jock was the elder brother of Dally.

O'Brien (2)[edit | edit source]

Ron is the father of Craig.[164]

Obst[edit | edit source]

Ken was the father of Trevor and Peter and the grandfather of Andrew.[166]

O'Connell[edit | edit source]

John is the father of David and Michael.[164]

O'Donnell (1)[edit | edit source]

Graeme is the father of Gary.[164]

O'Donnell (2)[edit | edit source]

Kevin is the father of Simon.[164]

Ogden[edit | edit source]

Percy was the father of Gordon and Terry.[164]

O'Halloran[edit | edit source]

Kevin was the father of Eddie.[164]

O'Hara[edit | edit source]

Frank, Jack and Jim were brothers.[2]

O'Loughlin[edit | edit source]

Michael and Ricky are brothers.[167]

Oppy[edit | edit source]

Max was the father of Grant.[164]

O'Rourke[edit | edit source]

Jack Sr. was the father of Jack and Basil.[164]

Osborne[edit | edit source]

Richard is the elder brother of Graham.[168]

Ottens[edit | edit source]

Dean is the father of Brad and Luke.

Outen[edit | edit source]

Alby was the father of Alby Jr.[164]

P[edit | edit source]

Pagan[edit | edit source]

Denis is the father of Ryan.[164]

Pannam[edit | edit source]

Charlie H. Pannam and Albert Pannam were brothers. Charlie was also the father of Alby and Charlie E.[164]

Papley/Ross[edit | edit source]

Max Papley is the grandfather of Tom Papley and also grandfather to brothers Ben and Michael Ross.

Parker[edit | edit source]

Shane and Daniel are brothers.

Pascoe[edit | edit source]

Bob is the elder brother of Barry

Paternoster[edit | edit source]

Jim and Matt were brothers

Pattinson[edit | edit source]

Artie was the father of George.[164]

Pattison[edit | edit source]

Andy was the father of Frank.[164]

Pavlich[edit | edit source]

Steven is the father of Matthew.[169]

Peake[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Brett.

Pender[edit | edit source]

Dan, Jim, Laurie and Mick were brothers .[170]

Pert[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of Gary.[164]

Phillipou[edit | edit source]

Peter is the father of Sam.

Phillips (1)[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Garry.[164]

Phillips (2)[edit | edit source]

Erin is Greg's daughter.[171]

Shaun Burgoyne is the son-in-law of Greg and brother-in-law of Erin

Phillips (3)[edit | edit source]

Tom is the older brother of Ed.[145]

Picken[edit | edit source]

Billy is the father of Liam and Marcus.[172]

Pickering[edit | edit source]

Michael was the father of Liam.[172]

Pirrie[edit | edit source]

Richard was the father of Dick and Kevin and the grandfather of Stephen.[172]

Pitura[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Mark.[172]

Polak[edit | edit source]

Troy is the elder brother of Graham

Poulter[edit | edit source]

Joe was the father of Ray.[172]

Power[edit | edit source]

Luke is the elder brother of Sam.

Pratt[edit | edit source]

Bob was the father of Bob Jr.[172]

Prescott[edit | edit source]

David is the father of Ashley.[173]

Price[edit | edit source]

Joe was the father of Noel.[172]

Purdy[edit | edit source]

Harry was the father of Harry F.[172]

Pyke[edit | edit source]

Don and James are the sons of former WAFL player Frank

Q[edit | edit source]

Quinn (1)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Bob, Tommy, Jack and George.[174]

Quinn (2)[edit | edit source]

Billy was the father of Roy.[172]

R[edit | edit source]

Raines[edit | edit source]

Geoff is Andrew's father.[175]

Rance[edit | edit source]

Murray is the father of Alex.[176]

Randall[edit | edit source]

Viv was the father of Trevor, Trevor is the grandfather of Pepa.[172][177]

Rankin[edit | edit source]

Teddy was the brother of Tom and father of Bert, Cliff and Doug.[172] Cliff is the grandfather of Graeme O'Donnell and great-grandfather of Gary O'Donnell.

Rawle[edit | edit source]

George was the father of Keith.[172]

Rawlings[edit | edit source]

Brady and Jade are brothers.[178]

Rayson[edit | edit source]

Arthur was the father of Alan and Noel.[172]

Reedman[edit | edit source]

Jack and Sid were brothers.[179]

Reeves/Caddy[edit | edit source]

John was the father of Michael. Josh Caddy is John's grandson.[172]

Reid[edit | edit source]

Bruce Sr. was the father of Bruce and John. Bruce Jr. is the father of Ben and Sam[172]

Reiffel[edit | edit source]

Lou was the father of Ron.[172]

Reynolds[edit | edit source]

Dick and Tom were brothers and Joel is Dick's grandson. Les was the uncle of Dick. The Reynolds brothers had a cousin Max Oppy who also played league football.

Richards[edit | edit source]

Lou is the elder brother of Ron. Ed is Ron's grandson. Charlie Pannam was their grandfather.[30]

Richardson (1)[edit | edit source]

Alan is the father of Matthew.[172]

Richardson (2)[edit | edit source]

Max and Wayne are brothers. Mark is Wayne's son.[172]

Richardson (3)[edit | edit source]

Mike and Stephen are twin brothers.[180]

Rioli[edit | edit source]

Maurice is Dean, Cyril and Willie's uncle, and Daniel's great uncle. Dean's father Sebastian, Cyril's father Cyril and Willie's father Willie Snr (all Maurice's brothers) played in the West Australian Football League for South Fremantle. Cyril Rioli is also Michael Long's nephew.[181]

Rippon[edit | edit source]

Les, Harold and Norm were brothers.[18]

Roach[edit | edit source]

Michael is the father of Tom.[172]

Robbins[edit | edit source]

Graham is the father of Ben.[172]

Roberts (1)[edit | edit source]

Neil is the father of Michael.[182]

Roberts (2)[edit | edit source]

Ken E. Roberts was the father of Ken W. Roberts.[182]

Robertson (1)[edit | edit source]

Austin Robertson junior is the son of Austin[182] and the nephew of Harold.[183]

Robertson (2)[edit | edit source]

Keith is the father of Rohan and Shane.[184]

Robinson[edit | edit source]

All four were brothers.[32]

Robran[edit | edit source]

Barrie is the elder brother to Rodney. http://australianfootball.com/players/player/rodney%2Brobran/701 Barrie is the father of Matthew and Jonathan.[185]

Rocca[edit | edit source]

Anthony and Saverio are brothers.

Rodan[edit | edit source]

Helen is David's sister.[186]

Rogers[edit | edit source]

Joe was the father of David.[182]

Rollason[edit | edit source]

Neville was the father of Ken.[182]

Rose[edit | edit source]

Bob was the father of Robert junior.[182] He was also the elder brother of Bill, Kevin and Ralph.

Ross (1)[edit | edit source]

Don is the father of Paul.[182]

Ross (2)[edit | edit source]

Lester is the father of Jonathan.[182]

Round[edit | edit source]

Barry is the father of David.[182]

Rowe[edit | edit source]

Percy was the father of Des.

Rugolo[edit | edit source]

Frank and Joe are brothers.[10]

Ruscuklic[edit | edit source]

Alex is the elder brother of Peter.

Rush[edit | edit source]

The Rush's are all brothers; the only case of five brothers playing senior VFL/AFL football.[187]

Russell (1)[edit | edit source]

Wally was the father of Ivan.[182]

Russell (2)[edit | edit source]

Kym is the elder brother of Scott

Russo[edit | edit source]

Felix is the father of Peter.[182] Felix is also the grandfather of three players, Josh Kennedy, Luke Ball and Matthew Ball; as two of his daughters married footballers John Kennedy Jr. and Ray Ball.[13]

Ryan[edit | edit source]

Phil was the elder brother of Ted.[188]

Ryder[edit | edit source]

Revis is the father of Paddy.[189]

S[edit | edit source]

Sandford[edit | edit source]

The three were brothers.[18]

Sawley[edit | edit source]

Gordon was the elder brother of Albert.[138]

Scanlan[edit | edit source]

Joe and Pat were brothers[2] and Pat was the father of Kevin.[182]

Scarlett[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Matthew.[182]

Schache[edit | edit source]

Laurence was the father of Josh.[190]

Schimmelbusch[edit | edit source]

Daryl and Wayne are brothers.

Schwarze[edit | edit source]

Troy is the elder brother of Ben.

Scott[edit | edit source]

Bradley and Chris are identical twins.

Searl[edit | edit source]

Sid was the father of Doug.[182]

Selleck[edit | edit source]

Roy Sr. was the father of Roy.[182]

Selwood[edit | edit source]

All four are brothers (Adam and Troy are twins).

Serafini[edit | edit source]

Renato is the elder brother of Laurie.

Sexton (1)[edit | edit source]

Michael is the elder brother of Ben.

Sexton (2)[edit | edit source]

Gerry was the father of Damian.[191]

Sharp[edit | edit source]

Alf was the father of Mickey.[182]

Shaw[edit | edit source]

Reg was the father of Ray, Tony and Neville.[142] Ray is the father of Heath and Rhyce. Brayden, the son of Tony, was drafted by Collingwood but never made his AFL debut.

Shea[edit | edit source]

Mark was the elder brother of Paddy.

Sheahan (1)[edit | edit source]

Maurie was the father of John.[182]

Sheahan (2)[edit | edit source]

Fred and Gerald were brothers.[10]

Sheldon[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Sam.

Shelton (1)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Bill and the uncle of Ian. Ian and Bill are cousins.[182]

Shelton (2)[edit | edit source]

Jim was the father of John.[192]

Shephard[edit | edit source]

Graeme is the father of Heath.[192]

Sholl[edit | edit source]

Craig is the elder brother of Brad

Sidebottom[edit | edit source]

Garry is the elder brother of Allan

Sierakowski[edit | edit source]

Brian is the father of David[192] and uncle of Will.[193]

Silvagni[edit | edit source]

Sergio is the father of Stephen.[192] Alex is Stephen's first cousin once removed.[194] Jack is the son of Stephen and the grandson of Sergio.[195]

Simpkin[edit | edit source]

Jonathan is Tom's older brother.[196]

Sinclair[edit | edit source]

Allan is Callum's father.[197]

Slattery[edit | edit source]

Wayne is the father of Tyson.[198]

Smith (1)[edit | edit source]

Norm was the younger brother of Len and the father of Peter.[192]

Smith (2)[edit | edit source]

Stan is the father of Michael.[192]

Smith (3)[edit | edit source]

Jesse is the son of Ross.[199]

Smith (4)[edit | edit source]

Phil is the father of Brad.

Smith (5)[edit | edit source]

Mal is the father of Nick.[200]

Somerville[edit | edit source]

John and Trevor were brothers, and John was Peter's father.[192]

Spargo[edit | edit source]

Bob sr is the father of Bob Jr and Ricky. Bob Jr is the father of Paul. Paul is the father of Charlie[192]

Stephenson[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of John.[192]

Stevens (1)[edit | edit source]

Gary is Anthony's elder brother, Michael is the younger brother[201]

Stevens (2)[edit | edit source]

Danny is the elder brother of Nick

Stevens/Talia[edit | edit source]

Arthur was the father of Harvey,[192] Harvey is the grandfather of brothers Daniel and Michael.[202][203]

Stibbard[edit | edit source]

Neville Sr. is the father of Neville and Robert.[192]

Stokes[edit | edit source]

Ray is the elder brother of Jervis

Strang[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Allan, Colin, Doug, Gordon, and Edna "Bob" Perry née Strang. Doug is the father of Geoff;[192] Edna is the mother of John Perry.

Stynes[edit | edit source]

Brian is the younger brother of Jim.

Sullivan[edit | edit source]

Tony is the father of Chris.[192]

Swallow[edit | edit source]

Andrew is the elder brother of David.

T[edit | edit source]

Talia[edit | edit source]

Tanner[edit | edit source]

Gerald is the father of Xavier.[192]

Tarrant[edit | edit source]

Chris is the elder brother of Robbie.

Taylor (1)[edit | edit source]

John Taylor Snr. was the father of Don, John Jnr. and Laurie.[204]

Taylor (2)[edit | edit source]

Cliff was the father of Noel and the grandfather of Jason.[192]

Thiessen[edit | edit source]

Tony is the father of James.[192]

Thomas (1)[edit | edit source]

William was the father of Len.[192]

Thomas (2)[edit | edit source]

Digger Thomas was the father of Ritchie.

Thripp[edit | edit source]

Bill is the father of Terry.[192]

Tippett[edit | edit source]

Kurt and Joel are brothers[205]

Toohey (1)[edit | edit source]

Jim Sr. was the father of Jack and Jim Jr.[192]

Toohey (2)[edit | edit source]

Bernard and Gerard are brothers.[206]

Tossol[edit | edit source]

John and Peter are brothers.[10]

Tredrea[edit | edit source]

Gary is the father of Warren.[207]

Tuck[edit | edit source]

Michael is the father of Shane and Travis. Nathan, Luke and Gary Ablett (Jr) are Travis and Shane's cousins.

Tuddenham[edit | edit source]

Des is the father of Paul.[207]

Turner (1)[edit | edit source]

Leo is the father of Michael.[207]

Turner (2)[edit | edit source]

Ken is the father of Jamie.[207]

Twomey[edit | edit source]

Bill Sr. was the father of Bill, Mick and Pat the grandfather of David.[207]

Tyson[edit | edit source]

  • Charlie Tyson
  • Charles, Snr. Tyson (East Fremantle)
  • Edward Tyson (Prahran)
  • George Tyson (Perth and West Perth)
  • Jack Tyson (South Adelaide)
  • Sam Tyson (West Perth player and coach)
  • Ted Tyson

Charles Snr. was the father of Charlie, Edward, George, Jack and Sam. Ted was the son of Sam.[208]

V[edit | edit source]

van Berlo[edit | edit source]

Jay and Nathan are brothers

Vinar[edit | edit source]

Paul was the elder brother of Eric.[209]

Viney[edit | edit source]

Todd is the elder brother of Jay.[10]

Voss[edit | edit source]

Brett and Michael are brothers

W[edit | edit source]

Wagner[edit | edit source]

Josh and Corey are brothers.[211]

Waite[edit | edit source]

Vin was the father of Jarrad.[207]

Wakelin[edit | edit source]

Darryl and Shane are identical twin brothers.[212]

Wallis (1)[edit | edit source]

Tom was the father of Gary.[213]

Wallis (2)[edit | edit source]

Stephen is the father of Mitch.[214]

Wallis (3)[edit | edit source]

Dean is the father of Tom.[215]

Warburton[edit | edit source]

Keith was the father of Peter.[207]

Ward[edit | edit source]

Eric was the father of Geoff.[207]

Ware[edit | edit source]

Wally was the father of Bob.[207]

Warhurst[edit | edit source]

Tom Sr. was the father of Tom Jr

Warnock[edit | edit source]

Matthew is Robert's elder brother.

Waterman[edit | edit source]

Chris is the father of Jake[216]

Waters[edit | edit source]

Bryan is the elder brother of Terry

Watson[edit | edit source]

Tim is the father of Jobe and the brother of Larry.

Way[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Alec.[207]

Wearmouth[edit | edit source]

Dick was the father of Ronnie.[207]

Weatherill[edit | edit source]

Robert was the elder brother of George.

Weideman[edit | edit source]

Murray is the father of Mark,[207] who is the father of Sam.[217]

Weller[edit | edit source]

Maverick is the older brother of Lachie.[218]

Wells[edit | edit source]

Tom was the father of Tommy.[207]

Welsh (1)[edit | edit source]

Bill was the father of Peter.[219]

Welsh (2)[edit | edit source]

Jack was the father of Peter.[219]

Westhoff[edit | edit source]

Leigh, Justin and Matthew are brothers. Nick is a cousin.

Wheelahan[edit | edit source]

Danny was Martin's older brother.[220]

Whelan[edit | edit source]

Marcus was the father of Shane.[207]

Whitnall[edit | edit source]

Graeme is Lance's father.[207]

Whitten[edit | edit source]

Ted was the father of Ted Jr. and elder brother of Don.[207]

Wiggins[edit | edit source]

Patrick and Simon are brothers.

Williams (1)[edit | edit source]

Fos was the father of Anthony, Mark and Stephen. Anthony and Mark were twins, Anthony died in 1988 in an industrial accident. Additionally Fos' brothers Alec, Frank and Glynn all played senior SANFL football while another brother, Thomas, played in the WAFL.[221]

Williams (2)[edit | edit source]

Frank H. was the father of Frank P.[207]

Williams (3)[edit | edit source]

Billy was the father of Rod.[219]

Williams (4)[edit | edit source]

Les is the father of Gary.[219]

Williams (5)[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Mark.[219]

Williams (6)[edit | edit source]

Richard and Lyall were brothers.[222]

Wilson (1)[edit | edit source]

Arnie was the father of Ron.[219]

Wilson (2)[edit | edit source]

Alf and Percy were brothers.[2]

Woolnough[edit | edit source]

Michael is the father of Marc.[219]

Worland[edit | edit source]

Don is the elder brother of John.[223]

Worle[edit | edit source]

Tommy is the older brother of Len.

Worsfold[edit | edit source]

John is the elder brother of Peter.[224]

Wright[edit | edit source]

Michael is the elder brother of Stephen, their father John played for Box Hill in the VFA.[225]

Wynd[edit | edit source]

Garrey is the father of Paul and Scott.[219]

Y[edit | edit source]

Yeates[edit | edit source]

John is the father of Mark.[219]

Young[edit | edit source]

Maurie was the elder brother of Garry.

Youren[edit | edit source]

George was the father of Colin.[219]

Z[edit | edit source]

Zantuck[edit | edit source]

Shane is the father of Ty.[219]

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