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Brett Deledio

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Full Name Brett Deledio
Profession Rules Footballer
Date of Birth April 18 , 1987
Current Age 36 years
Birth Country Australia
Nationality Australian Citizenship
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 36 years old)

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Brett Deledio is one of the famous Rules Footballer, who was born on the memorable day of April 18 in the year 1987. Brett Deledio is a proud citizen of Australia.

Australian rules footballer who was taken by Richmond with the first overall pick in the 2004 AFL Draft. He went on to win the 2008 AFL Army Award and made his first All-Australian team in 2012.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Brett Deledio continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Brett Deledio
Popular As: Brett Deledio
First Name: Brett
Last Name: Deledio
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 18
Birth Year: 1987
Age: 36-years
Father: Wayne Deledio
Siblings: Matthew Deledio
Education: Caulfield Grammar School


He was an excellent cricket and soccer player before winning the Kevin Sheehan Medal as the best player at the national under-16 championships.

In December 2011, he became the youngest life member in Richmond Tigers history.


He married Katie Chivers in October 2012. He has played alongside Trent Cotchin at Richmond.

Brett Deledio Timeline

Deledio finished with a total of 190 votes just ahead of Daniel Jackson (175) and skipper Chris Newman (162), thus becoming the youngest player to win the award back-to-back (at the age of 22 years and 5 months) since Kevin Bartlett in 1967–1968, and the youngest player in the AFL to win a best-and-fairest award back-to-back since Michael Voss at Brisbane in 1995–96.
His father played a single game for Carlton in 1975, then spent a season with Brunswick in the Victorian Football Association before heading back to the country. .
In 2003 Deledio was a joint winner of the Kevin Sheehan Medal as the best player in the under-16 national championships.
Deledio was drafted to Richmond with the number one overall pick in the 2004 AFL draft and made his debut in round 1 of the 2005 season. .
He was a two-time All-Australian, two-time Richmond best and fairest winner and recipient of the league's Rising Star award in his debut year in 2005.
Deledio played 21 out of 22 matches in 2006 and was again a consistent performer, only missing the one game with an injured knee.