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List of nicknames used in Australian rules football

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This is a list of nicknames used for people and clubs in Australian rules football.

Players in the modern era (1987-now)[edit]

A[edit]

  • Gary Ablett, Sr. — God, Yablett[1]
  • Gary Ablett, Jr. — Son of God,[2] Gazza,[3] the Little Master[4]
  • Luke Ablett — Nephew of God, NOG[5]
  • Damien Adkins — Chipper[6]
  • Jason Akermanis — Aker[7]
  • Gary Ayres — Conan[8]

B[edit]

  • Leo Barry — Leaping Leo[9]
  • Chance Bateman — Changa[10]
  • Nathan Bassett — Fred, The Hound[11]
  • Rupert Betheras — Roop[12]
  • Nathan Bock — Choy[11]
  • Craig Bolton — B2[9]
  • Jude Bolton — B1[9]
  • Dermott Brereton — The Kid[13]
  • Billy Brownless — Wilbur[14]
  • Amon Buchanan — Buchananball, Monty, The Hobbit[9]
  • Nathan Buckley — Bucks, FIGJAM[15]
  • Shaun Burgoyne — Junior Burger,[16] Silk[17]
  • Brett Burton — The Birdman[11]
  • Matthew Burton — Spider[18]
  • John Butcher — The Future[19][20]

C[edit]

  • Wayne Carey — Duck,[21] Roo Boy,[22] The King[23]
  • Troy Chaplin — Chappy[24]
  • Paul Chapman — Chappy[25]
  • Daniel Chick — Chickadee, Chicky[11]
  • Allen Christensen — Bundy[26]
  • Matthew Clarke — Doc[27]
  • James Clement — The General[28]
  • Michael Conlan — Micky, Crash[11]
  • Ben Cousins — Kissin, Cuz, Kizons[11]
  • Dean Cox — Big Cox, Coxy[11]

D[edit]

  • Nick Dal Santo — Dal, Pup[29]
  • Neale Daniher — The Reverend[30]
  • Luke Darcy — Duke[14]
  • Leon Davis — Neon Leon[11]
  • Nick Davis — Save Us, Davo, The Colonel[9]
  • Sean Denham — The Brush,Dunny brush Denham[11]
  • Alan Didak — Di Di Didak[11]
  • Robert DiPierdomenico — Dipper[31]
  • Michael Doughty — Dogga[32]
  • Stephen Doyle — The Fuse[9]
  • Jason Dunstall — The Chief[14] Bung hole.
  • Jack Dyer — Captain Blood

E[edit]

  • Rodney Eade — Rocket[33]
  • Nathan Eagleton — The Bald Eagle[34]
  • Brett Ebert — Megahead,[35] Ebo[36]
  • Tyson Edwards — Zoomer[37]
  • Xavier Ellis — X-Man[11]
  • Andrew Embley — The Stadium, Whack[11]
  • Peter Everitt — Spider Everitt[11]

F[edit]

  • Jeff Farmer — The Wiz[38] The Primary Producer[11]
  • Brendan Fevola — Fev,[11] Fevalenko[39]
  • Dustin Fletcher — Inspector Gadget[40]
  • Michael Firrito — Spud[41]
  • Robert Flower – Tulip[42]
  • Nic Fosdike — Fozzy[9]
  • Lance Franklin — Buddy[43]
  • Josh Fraser — Frase[11]
  • Danny Frawley — Spud[44]
  • James Frawley — Chip[45]
  • Barnaby French — Bananaby[11]
  • Nathan Fyfe — Avatar[46]

G[edit]

  • Daniel Giansiracusa — Gia, Guido[47]
  • Brendon Goddard — BJ[48]
  • Adam Goodes — Goodesy, Brownlow[9]
  • Simon Goodwin — Goody[37]
  • Fraser Gehrig — G-Train[37]
  • Nathan Grima — Narni[49]

H[edit]

  • Mitch Hahn — Premium Light,[11]
  • Barry Hall — Big Bad,[11] Big Bad Bustling Barry Hall, Bazza, Hally, The Professor[9]
  • Aaron Hamill — Sammy[11]
  • Brent Harvey — Boomer[50]
  • Robert Harvey — Banger,[51] Chopper[11]
  • Doug Hawkins — The Hawk[52]
  • Jack Hawkins — Jumping Jack[53]
  • Tom Hawkins — Tomahawk[53]
  • Brett Heady — Jobby[54]
  • James Hird — Golden Boy[11]
  • Garry Hocking — Buddha, Whiskas[55]
  • Brodie Holland — Dutchie[11]
  • Ryan Houlihan — Hoops, Hooligan[11]

I[edit]

  • Alex Ishchenko — The Russian[56]

J[edit]

  • Graham Johncock — Stiffy[11]
  • Brad Johnson — Johnno[57] The Smiling Assassin,[11]
  • Kane Johnson — Sugar[37]
  • Wayne Johnston — The Dominator[58]
  • Steve Johnson — Stevie J[59]
  • Darren Jolly — Finger[9]
  • Liam Jurrah — Cougar, The Walpiri Wizard[60]

K[edit]

  • Clark Keating — Crackers[11]
  • Craig Kelly — Ned[61]
  • James Kelly — Ned,[11] Pops[62]
  • Tadhg Kennelly — Tig, The Irishman[9]
  • Stephen Kernahan — Sticks[63]
  • Jake King — Push-up[64]
  • Brett Kirk — Captain Kirk, Kirky, Buddha[9]
  • Anthony Koutoufides — Kouta[11]

L[edit]

  • Rory Laird - Dos, Deskman [65][66]
  • Matthew Lappin — Lappers,[11] Skinny[67]
  • Paul Licuria — Licca[68]
  • Matthew Lloyd — The Velvet Sledgehammer, Harry High-Pants, Lloydy[69]
  • Tony Lockett — Plugger[70]
  • Justin Longmuir — J-Lo[71]
  • Troy Longmuir — T-Lo[71]
  • Stewart Loewe — Buckets[72]
  • Heritier Lumumba — Harry O[73]
  • Quinten Lynch— Q-Stick, Big Q[74][75]
  • Garry Lyon — The Lone Wolf[14]

M[edit]

  • Matt Maguire — Goose[76]
  • Nick Malceski — Mal, The Esky[9]
  • Peter Matera — Roo[77]
  • Phillip Matera — Angry Ant[11]
  • Ben Mathews — Benny, Little Plugger[9]
  • Rhys Mathieson — Beast Mode[78]
  • Guy McKenna — Bluey[79]
  • Trent McKenzie — The Cannon[80]
  • Brock McLean — Chooka[81]
  • Andrew McLeod — Bunji,[82] Macca[37]
  • Adam McPhee — Smokey[83]
  • Daniel Merrett — Sauce, Rog, Strawbs[84]
  • Stephen Milne — Milne-dog,[85] Tip Rat[86]
  • Tony Modra — Mods,[87] Godra[88]
  • Damian Monkhorst — Monkey[89]
  • Leigh Montagna — Joey[90]
  • David Mundy — Barra[11]

N[edit]

  • David Neitz — Neita[91]
  • John Newman — Sam,[92] Fossil, Foss[93]
  • Michael Newton — Juice[94]
  • Nic Naitanui — Nic Nat[95] The Flying Fijian[96]
  • Lachie Neale — The Cowboy[97]

O[edit]

  • Setanta Ó hAilpín — Carlos[98]
  • Ryan O'Keefe — Pebbles, Rok, Princess[9]
  • Michael O'Loughlin — Magic, Micky O, Mago[9]
  • Richard Osborne — Tricky Dicky[11]

P[edit]

  • Justin Peckett — Frankie[11]
  • Matthew Pavlich - The Pav, Freo's Favourite Son
  • Scott Pendlebury — Pendles[99]
  • Ian Perrie — Sarge[100]
  • Byron Pickett — Choppy[101]
  • Simon Prestigiacomo — Presti[11]
  • James Podsiadly — J-Pod[102]

Q[edit]

  • Bernie Quinlan — Superboot[103]

R[edit]

  • Brent Reilly — Radar[104]
  • Daniel Rich — Bam Bam[105]
  • Ted Richards — Teddy, The Barometer[9]
  • Matthew Richardson — Richo[106]
  • Nick Riewoldt — Roo/Rooey,[107][108] St. Nick[109]
  • Cyril Rioli - junior.
  • Brian Roberts — Whale[110]
  • Mark Roberts — Fridge[111]
  • Lewis Roberts-Thompson — Hyphen, The Hyphenator, LRT, Lewie, Prince Valiant, Sunsilk[9]
  • Anthony Rocca — Pebbles[11]
  • Saverio Rocca — Big Sav[112]
  • Brian Royal — Choco[113]
  • Mark Ricciuto — Roo[11]
  • Ben Rutten — Truck[114]

S[edit]

  • Paul Salmon — Fish/Big Fish[115]
  • Adam Schneider — Schneiderman, Schneids, Pocket Rocket[9]
  • Joel Selwood — Boy Wonder[116]
  • Ian Shelton — Bluey[117]
  • Justin Sherman — Sherminator, The Tank[11]
  • Stephen Silvagni — SOS[118]
  • Bob Skilton — Chimp[119]
  • Matthew Scarlett — Gunnas Boy[11]
  • Rohan Smith — Bubba[120]
  • Jacob Surjan — Surj[121]
  • Dean Solomon — King Solomon[11]
  • David Schwarz — The Ox[122]
  • Jake Stringer — The Package[123]
  • Andrew Swallow — Spitter

T[edit]

  • Chris Tarrant — Taz[124]
  • Brian Taylor — BT, Bristle[125]
  • Kane Tenace — Turbo[11]
  • Dale Thomas — Daisy[126]
  • Mark Thompson — Bomber[127]
  • Warren Tredrea — Tredders[128]

V[edit]

  • Nathan van Berlo — VB[129]

W[edit]

  • Andrew Walker — Tex, 1AW[11]
  • James Walker — The Pedestrian[11]
  • Terry Wallace — Plough[130]
  • Michael Walters — Son son[131]
  • Gavin Wanganeen — Wanga, The Rubber Man[132]
  • Dale Weightman — Flea[133]
  • Justin Westhoff — The Hoff[134]
  • Matthew Whelan — The Wrecker[135]
  • Lance Whitnall — Big Red[11]
  • Greg Williams — Diesel[136]
  • Mark Williams — Choco[137]
  • Mark Williams — The Sharp Shooter[136]
  • Michael Wilson — Wilbur[138]
  • John Worsfold — Woosha[136]

Z[edit]

  • Dayne Zorko — The Magician[139]

Players prior to the modern era I (1920–1987)[edit]

B[edit]

  • Darrel Baldock — Doc[140]
  • Kevin Bartlett — Hungry[141]

D[edit]

  • Bob Davis — Woofa, The Geelong Flyer[142]
  • Jack Dyer — Captain Blood[143]
  • Jack Dyer — Captain Blood[143]

F[edit]

  • Graham Farmer – Polly[144]

H[edit]

  • Tom Hafey — T-shirt Tommy[145]
  • Jack Howell – Chooka[146]

J[edit]

  • Allan Jeans — Yabby[147]

K[edit]

  • Sam Kekovich — Slammin' Sam[148]

L[edit]

  • Brian Leahy — Wrecker[149]

T[edit]

  • Jack Titus — Skinny[150]

V[edit]

  • Paul Vander Haar – The Flying Dutchman[151]

W[edit]

  • Ted Whitten — Mr. Football[11]
  • Garry Wilson — Flea[152]

Players prior to the modern era II (from the origins of the game to 1920)[edit]

A[edit]

  • Arthur Armstrong – Skeeter[153]

D[edit]

  • Denis McKay – Dinny

E[edit]

  • Henry Elms – Sonny[154]

F[edit]

  • Charles Forbes – Tracker

H[edit]

  • Alex Hall – Joker
  • William Harris – Ching[155]
  • Stan Heal — Pops[156]
  • Thomas Hinch – Paddy[146]

M[edit]

  • Daniel McCarty – Soldier[146]
  • Edgar McGlynn – Coronation[146]
  • James Francis McHale – Jock
  • Robert Montgarrett – Stump[146]
  • J. Muir – Dummy[157]

P[edit]

  • Alec Patterson -Tattles[146]
  • Charles Pearson – Commotion
  • James Pymm – Slim[146]

W[edit]

  • Arthur Williams – Nance[146]
  • Alfred Wilson – Tracker[146]

List of club nicknames, from the origins of the game to the end of the 19th century[edit]

[158][159][160]

TEAM NICKNAME Notes
Brunswick The Pottery Workers [161]
Carlton The Butchers name coined in the early 1870s because of their tight-fitting blue dungaree jackets
The Blues still used – from the mid-1870s, players wore blue stockings imported from America (also attributed to 1871 captain, Jack Donovan, who wore a dark blue cap)
Collingwood The Magpies still used – from inception, the club has worn black and white stripes
Essendon The Same Olds after the last line in the chorus of an early club song, penned by a supporter: "We're always the same old Essendon" (used until as late as the 1920s)
The Dons still sometimes used – appears to have first been used in the 1900s (decade)
Fitzroy The Maroons because of their distinctive Maroon canvas jerseys
Footscray Prince Imperials not really a nickname but the official name of the club that was to change its name to Footscray preparatory to joining the VFA in 1883
The Tricolours still sometimes used
'Scray
Geelong The Pivotonians the port of Geelong was the pivot between the capital of Melbourne and the Ballarat goldfields
The Seagulls
The All Whites from 1872 to 1875, they wore an all-white uniform
Hawthorn The Yellow and Blacks after changing its name from Riversdale in 1889, this was the colour of the uniforms
The Redlegs from 1892 to 1901, they wore a red & blue jumper and red stockings
The Mayblooms the Hawthorn bush (also known as Crataegus) blooms in May
Melbourne The Invincible Whites from 1861, they wore an all-white uniform
The Redlegs still sometimes used – from the mid-1870s, players wore red stockings imported from America
The Fuchsias a red cap worn concurrently with the red stockings gave birth to this name
Port Melbourne The Borough still used
Richmond Richmondites probably used in the late 1880s – appears not to have been popular
The Wasps presumably inspired by the black & yellow colours
The Tigers
St Kilda The Seasiders
The Seagulls
The Saints still used – appears to have been coined immediately after their readmission to the VFA in 1886.
South Melbourne The Bloods still occasionally used by successor club Sydney Swans, particularly when the club wants to highlight its Melbourne roots – then as now, their jersey featured red on white
University The Students an obvious nickname, even used in VFA days[162]
The Professors ditto
Williamstown The Villagers
'Town

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