Nick Stevens

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 Career Highlights


  • Glenelg Coach 2014

 Other Career Highlights


  • Port Adelaide Power, AFL (1998–2003)
    • 127 games
    • 78 goals
  • Carlton, AFL (2004–2009)
    • 104 games
    • 61 goals


  • International rules series 2001
  • AFLPA Best First Year Player, 1998
  • Carlton vice-captain: 2007–2009
  • Michael Tuck Medal 2002, 2007
  • Port Adelaide pre-season premiership side 2001, 2002
  • Carlton pre-season premiership side 2005, 2007

* Stats current to end of 2013

Nick Stevens‎


  • Born: 3 January 1980
  • Height: 180 cm
  • Weight: 85 kg

Originally from St Marys in the VMFL, Nick Stevens was recruited in the 1997 AFL Draft to the Port Adelaide Football Club where he became a very prominent outside midfielder. In 1998, he was awarded the inaugural AFLPA Best First Year Player award.

At the end of the 2003 season, Stevens expressed a desire to return to his native Melbourne and wished to be traded to Collingwood. Port Adelaide was unable to obtain what it considered appropriate trade consideration and as a result, Stevens quit the club and entered the pre-season draft. He was subsequently drafted by Carlton with the second selection in that draft.

Stevens was named vice-captain of the club in 2007, a position he held until his retirement.

In total he played 231 AFL games, and scored 139 goals,

Following retirement as a player Stevens gained experience as an assistant midfield coach at AFL club Richmond. He also coached Victorian Under 18 side Gippsland into the finals in 2012 and 2013 and took charge of the NSW/ACT Under-18 side at the AFL National Championships in 2011. He was appointed as senior coach at Glenelg after Kris Massie's contract as coach was not renewed after season 2013.


1. Glenelg Football Club

2. Wikipedia article

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