Jordan Lisle

Jordan Lisle (born 12 July 1990) is an Australian rules footballer with Port Melbourne in the Victorian Football League (VFL). He previously played with the Brisbane Lions and the Hawthorn Football Club in the Australian Football League.

Jordan Lisle
Personal information
Date of birth (1990-07-12) 12 July 1990
Original team(s) Oakleigh Chargers
Draft 50th overall, 2008 AFL Draft
Height 196 cm (6 ft 5 in)
Weight 98 kg (216 lb)
Club information
Current club Port Melbourne
Number 6
Playing career1
Years Club Games (Goals)
2009–2011 Hawthorn 05 0(1)
2012–2014 Brisbane Lions 18 (15)
Total 23 (16)
1 Playing statistics correct to the end of Round 3, 2016.
Career highlights
  • All-Australian under-18 team 2008
  • NEAFL premiership player 2012
  • NEAFL Inter-Conference Championship 2012
Sources: AFL Tables,


A strong-marking forward who has ability to play back. Lisle was a competitive and courageous player who has solid skill level. A Vic Metro under-18 representative in 2008, culminating in selection in the All-Australian under-18 team.

AFL career

2011: Debut

He made his debut for the Hawks in Round 11 of the 2011 AFL season against Fremantle.[1][2] Lisle was a late inclusion after star forward Lance Franklin withdrew because of a calf injury. He kicked his first AFL goal in Round 24 against Gold Coast. On 17 October, Lisle was traded to the Brisbane Lions.[3]


Relocating to Brisbane in 2012, Lisle continued his development as a key forward with the Reserves in the State League competition. He played in the final five matches of the season for the seniors. Lisle was eligible to return to the Reserves side in time to help them claim the 2012 NEAFL Premiership. He kicked 5 goals against the NT Thunder in the Grand Final, the following week he kicked eight goals in the Inter-Conference Championship win.


After being delisted, Lisle signed with Port Melbourne in the Victorian Football League in 2015. He kicked 42 goals in the 2015 season to be a joint winner of the Frosty Miller Medal,[4] then 46 goals in 2017 to win the medal outright.[5] Winning it again in 2019, for a third time.


Jordan is the son of former North Melbourne ruckman Mark Lisle.[6]


  1. Matthews, Bruce (3 June 2011). "Sam Mitchell says Jordan Lisle and Kyle Cheney are evidence of Hawthorn's depth". Herald Sun.
  2. "Hawks star Lance Franklin a chance to miss with a calf injury". Herald Sun. 4 June 2011.
  3. "Lisle becomes a Lion". 17 October 2011. Retrieved 12 December 2011.
  4. Travis King; Ryan Davidson; Giulio di Giorgio (30 August 2015). "Around the state leagues: Who's firing for your club in this weekend's second tier?". Australian Football League. Retrieved 30 August 2015.
  5. Dinny Navaratnam; Giulio di Giorgio (27 August 2017). "Around the state leagues: who's staking a finals claim". Australian Football League. Retrieved 27 August 2017.
  6. Clark, Jay (18 May 2008). "New kids set for big leap". Sunday Herald Sun.

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