Todd Goldstein was drafted by North Melbourne with the 37th pick in the 2007 National draft after impressing with his arial work for the Oakleigh Chargers as an 18 year old. Goldstein was a late starter to AFL after pursuing Basketball throughout his childhood.
Goldtsien made his debut in in round 15, 2008 against Port Adelaide and grew from strength to strength with every game he played. In round 19, 2010 Goldstien showed his versatility and played up forward for the Kangaroos where he would kick 9 goals against Melbourne.
The ever reliable Goldstein has gone on to play 212 games for the Roos with his stand out year coming in 2015 where he would win the Best & Fairest, be selected in the All Australian team and be the first ever player to manage 1000 hitouts in an AFL season.
Outside of football Goldstein is kept busy keeping up with his two young daughters Olivia, Mackenzie and Son Lachlan.