Charlie Cameron celebrates a goal during Brisbane's clash against Greater Western Sydney in round seven, 2024. Picture: AFL Photos

DYNAMIC small forward Charlie Cameron has signed a contract extension with Brisbane that ties him to the club until the end of 2028.

Cameron, who turns 30 on Friday and was already committed through 2025, has added three years to his existing deal.

The news comes on the same day the Lions announced they had re-signed midfielder Jarrod Berry for five years.

Cameron has been a revelation since being traded from Adelaide to Brisbane at the end of 2017, becoming arguably the best small forward in the AFL during that period.

He is a dual All-Australian and has kicked 296 goals in 144 games in the maroon, blue and gold.

"It's an exciting time to stay on for a couple more years and finish my career off in Brisbane," Cameron said.


"I didn't see myself leaving. I am enjoying my time here in Brisbane and I grew up here, went to school here, my partner is from here and I love the footy club."

Berry's signature earlier in the day made it the perfect post-bye trifecta for the Lions after vice-captain Hugh McCluggage also recently turned his back on free agency.

Berry, who was set to be a restricted free agent at season's end, has recommitted to Brisbane, with's Inside Trading having reported in April that a multi-year deal had been put forward to the 26-year-old.

"It is a pretty awesome moment, super proud of my journey so far and being able to stick with the one club is pretty special to me," Berry said.

"It was nice to see the club put their faith in me, and I’ll be here for a little bit longer.


"The people, the friendships, and bonds I've formed over the eight years I have been here and the people outside of the club that support me has been tremendous.

"It was pretty easy for me to not want to leave, and I feel like I've built a life up here and it's been pretty good, so I am excited about the future."