Former 4 x Premiership player, Jordan Lewis is now a renowned AFL media broadcaster and spokesperson for the game.
Jordan Lewis is a former AFL player for Hawthorn and Melbourne, turned broadcaster who has made a successful transition into media following his 16-year career in the Australian Football League. With his in-depth knowledge of the game, charismatic personality, and engaging commentary style, Lewis has become a highly respected figure within the football community and a popular choice for various television and radio networks.
Selected by Hawthorn in 2004, Lewis made his AFL debut in 2005 and voted Hawthorn’s best first year player in that same year. In his first season Lewis was nominated for the AFL Rising Star award. His time at Hawthorn saw him win 4 x AFL Premierships, with Lewis part of the Hawthorn’s 3 peat success across 2013, 2014 and 2015.
2014 became an integral year for Lewis’ career seeing him play his 200th game and winning his third premiership for Hawthorn, whilst being awarded his first ever Peter Crimmins Medal and All-Australian selection. In 2016 Lewis was traded to Melbourne Football Club where he saw out his AFL career in the season of 2019.
Lewis’ broadcasting career began with Fox Footy, where he quickly established himself as a valuable member of the team. As a panellist and boundary rider, he provided expert analysis of games and players, bringing a unique perspective to the broadcast with his experience as a former player. In 2019, Lewis joined the Fox Footy commentary team, where he continued to showcase his skills as an analyst and commentator.
Lewis has earned a reputation as a knowledgeable and articulate commentator with a deep understanding of the game. With the ability to break down complex strategies and tactics into easily digestible explanations for fans, he has quickly become a popular choice for networks looking for insightful and engaging commentary.
Off the air, Lewis is highly respected within the football community, and his opinion is often sought by players and coaches alike. He continues to be a passionate advocate for the game and a leading voice within the AFL community.