Jared Crouch (Sydney Swans, 1998-present) played approximately 210 games from debut.
Former Hawthorn Legend Micheal Tuck played 427 games.
Jim Stynes 244 games.
Melbourne, they were the first AFL team ever then it was Geelong not far behind.
Jim Stynes played a magnificent 244 games in a row. In 1998 (I think), he suffered a broken hand and missed a couple of games.
Michael Tuck of Hawthorn with 426 games.
Michael Tuck - for Hawthorn with 426 games between 1972 and 1991
So far its Michael Tuck, retiring in 1991, having played 426 games
Michael Tuck (Hawthorn) 426 games He also holds the record for the most number of Grand Finals played in (Eleven) and for having played in the most number of premiership winning sides (Nine).
As at the end of the 2010 AFL season Collingwood has played 2346 games.
Brad Johnson. At the end of the 2010 season has a career total of 364 games.
Each team in the AFL (Australian Football League) plays 22 regular-season games every year. There are 18 teams in the AFL, so the total regular-season games played in the league is 396. The AFL also has one pre-season game called the NAB Cup, the playoffs (featuring the best 8 teams) and the AFL Grand Final.
Collingwood has played in 43 grand finals (including 2 draws). This is the VFL/AFL record.
22 before the finals
I am pretty sure it has been said recently that there have been 5 of them. I think Brett Kirk, Adam Goodes, Jared Crouch and Jim Stynes are 4 of them. No idea who the 5th one is!!!
Sam Newman Played 300 AFL Games & Kicked 110 Goals. 316 games u idiot
Essendon for sure
The first known player of Aboriginal descent to play at AFL level was Fitzroy's Joe Johnson, who played 55 games, including premierships in 1904 and 1905. In AFL history, only 148 players known to be of Aboriginal descent have played AFL football, but in 2005, there are 52 players of Aboriginal descent on AFL lists.