CHRIS JUDD'S CAREER IN NUMBERS
-Made his AFL debut in round two, 2002 against Collingwood at the MCG. The Eagles lost by one point, while Judd had 19 possessions and one goal.
-In his debut match, it was John Worsfold’s second game as West Coast coach, Mick Malthouse was Collingwood coach and Nathan Buckley Collingwood captain.
-In his debut season in 2002, Judd played 22 games in a row from debut, kicking 23 goals, finishing third in the Eagles' best and fairest award and playing in one final. However, he didn’t poll a single Brownlow Medal vote.
-Since 2002, Judd has played 279 of 314 premiership season games. He played 134 of a possible 144 at West Coast.
-From 279 games, he played in 151 wins, 124 losses, and four draws.
-He is one of only two players in history to win a Brownlow Medal, Norm Smith Medal and be a premiership captain (James Hird is the other).
-Across his career, Judd had 3551 kicks, 718 marks, 2829 handballs, 6380 disposals, 228 goals, 182 behinds, 1105 tackles, 320 free kicks for, 224 free kicks against.
-Career high disposals – 39 v Brisbane Lions, round five, 2006, Subiaco Oval.
-Career high kicks – 23 v Brisbane Lions, round five, 2006, Subiaco Oval.
-Career high handballs – 23 v Collingwood, round 17, 2010, MCG.
-Career high marks – 11 v Richmond, round 11, 2005, MCG.
-Career high goals – Five v Brisbane Lions, round 12, 2003, Gabba.
-Career high tackles – 12 v Essendon, round 18, 2011, MCG.
-Played at Subiaco more than any other venue with 82 games, ahead of 73 at Etihad Stadium and 65 at the MCG.
-Played at 14 different League venues (AAMI Stadium, Adelaide Oval, ANZ Stadium, Aurora Stadium, Subiaco, Etihad Stadium, Gabba, MCG, Metricon Stadium, Princes Park, SCG, Simonds Stadium, Spotless Stadium, StarTrack Oval).
-Highest attendance – 97,431 (West Coast v Sydney Swans, 2006 Grand Final, MCG).
-Lowest attendance – 8542 (West Coast v North Melbourne, round 13, 2004, Manuka Oval).
-Judd played under four senior coaches: Worsfold, Brett Ratten, Mick Malthouse and John Barker.
-He has played against nine current senior AFL coaches.
-He is one of only five players in history to poll 200 or more career Brownlow votes - at 0.823 votes per game, sixth overall.
-In his first four seasons at senior level, Judd won a Brownlow Medal, finished in the top three of the Eagle's best and fairest award every season, was All Australian, won a Norm Smith Medal and played in a Grand Final.
Champion midfielder Chris Judd on the charge for West Coast in 2004. Picture: AFL Media
CHRIS JUDD'S CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
AFL Premiership: 2006
2× Brownlow Medal: 2004, 2010
2× AFLPA MVP: 2006, 2011
6× All-Australian Team: 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
2× West Coast best and fairest: 2004, 2006
3× Carlton best and fairest: 2008, 2009, 2010
Norm Smith Medal: 2005
West Coast captain: 2006-2007
Carlton captain: 2008-2012
Bit of a sad day today, but a big thank you to this lot and everyone else for the memories along the way. pic.twitter.com/sU1R6iONxn— Chris Judd (@cjayfive) June 9, 2015