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Full name  Todd Banfield
Name  Todd Banfield
Positions  Follower
Height/Weight  183 cm / 83 kg
Career start  2009

Draft  41st overall, 2008
Weight  78 kg
Original team(s)  Swan Districts
Height  1.83 m
Nominations  AFL Rising Star
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Date of birth  (1990-06-28) 28 June 1990 (age 25)
Place of birth  Perth, Western Australia
Role  Australian rules football player
Similar People  Orren Stephenson, Todd Elton, Chris Newman

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Todd Banfield (born 28 June 1990) is an Australian rules football player who played in the Australian Football League (AFL). Banfield played 53 games for the Brisbane Lions between 2010 and 2013 and joined Richmond in 2014, before being delisted after one season.


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He was selected with the Brisbane Lions' third selection (pick 41 overall) in the 2008 National Draft. He was recruited from Swan Districts in the West Australian Football League (WAFL).

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AFL career

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Banfield made his debut for Brisbane in the first round of the 2010 season.

In round 6 Banfield received an AFL Rising Star nomination when he kicked a career best three goals.

In the 2010 season Banfield was one of the few Lions to play every match. He finished the season as the third highest goal scorer (27) for the club, only behind Jonathan Brown (53) and Brendan Fevola (48).

At the end of the 2013 season Banfield was delisted from Brisbane without playing an AFL match for the entire year. He was subsequently picked up by Richmond for pick 11 in the 2014 Rookie Draft.

Richmond announced that he was delisted on 9 September 2014, along with seven other players.

International career

Banfield was included in the 22-man squad that travelled to Ireland to represent Australia in the 2010 International Rules series.



  • Cormac McAnallen Cup 2010 winner
  • References

    Todd Banfield Wikipedia