Brad Fuller (footballer)

Brad Fuller (born 8 August 1978) is a former Australian rules footballer, who played in the Australian Football League.

Brad Fuller
Personal information
Date of birth (1978-08-08) 8 August 1978
Place of birth Cudal, New South Wales
Original team(s) Tuggeranong / Marist College Canberra / Eastlake / NSW/ACT Rams
Debut Round 13, 29 June 1997, Collingwood
vs. Brisbane Lions, at Gabba
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
1997–1999 Collingwood/Western Bulldogs 19 (12)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of 1999.
Sources: AFL Tables,


Fuller made his debut in 1997 for Collingwood after being picked up late in the 1996 AFL Draft, at number 87 overall.

His debut in 1997 was his only appearance for the year, but showed promise in 1998, kicking 3 goals on ANZAC Day against Essendon, yet he never returned to that form, and when Collingwood allowed younger players more of an opportunity go late in the season, Fuller was not seen as often as he would have liked, despite given a go early on in the season. He kicked 10 goals in his 12 games for the season. In his last season at Collingwood, he only played 6 games off the bench, before being delisted as Mick Malthouse took over the side. The Western Bulldogs selected Fuller with the 27th selection in the 2000 Rookie Draft, but he never managed to play a game for them after spending two seasons there.[1][2]

In 2010, Brad Fuller signed with the Heywood football club in South West Victoria, along with Courtney Johns, Brad Smith and Mal Michael.[3]


  1. Holmesby, Russell; Main, Jim (2002). The Encyclopedia of AFL Footballers: every AFL/VFL player since 1897 (4th ed.). Melbourne, Victoria: Crown Content. p. 215. ISBN 1-74095-001-1.
  2. AFL Record Guide to Season 2005. 2005. p. 444. ISBN 0-9580300-6-5.
  3. Dowler, Kate (16 April 2010) Kick start for Heywood Archived 22 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
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