Mitch Hannan


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Versatile forward Mitch Hannan requested a trade to the Western Bulldogs from Melbourne during the 2020 AFL Trade Period. Agreeing to a two-year deal, the 27-year-old is already familiar with VU Whitten Oval – having featured in Footscray VFL’s 2016 premiership under now-forwards coach Ash Hansen. Hannan was drafted to the Dees as a mature-age recruit, managing 55 goals from 50 AFL games across four seasons, while establishing himself as a dangerous forward with great speed and tackling pressure. Starved of opportunities last season, he managed just nine senior games in 2020.

  • Birthdate March 9, 1994
  • BirthplaceAustralia
  • PositionUtility
  • ClubWestern Bulldogs FC
  • Number29
  • Draft Pick2016 National Draft/ Pick #46
  • Career HighlightsMelbourne FC 1st selection in the 2016 National Draft

Mitch Hannan post-match

Mitch Hannan speaks to Matt Burgan following the win against St Kilda

  • Ben Gibson – Melb FC website Mitch Hannan has been voted in for kicking the best goal at Melbourne in 2018, running the length of the wing to seal the Demons first finals victory since 2006. With just under 10 minutes remaining in the Elimination Final against Geelong, Hannan gathered the ball on the Members…


  • Courtney Walsh (17th September 2018) When Mitch Hannan starred in an amateur grand final for St Bernard’s in 2015, former North Melbourne premiership rover Anthony Rock made a startling comparison between the high-flyer and an AFL great. According to the Moonee Valley Leader, Rock declared Hannan was “a jet” boasting “Nathan Fyfe qualities”. Rock subsequently joined…


  • Mitch Cleary 01/09/10 THREE goals and a screamer headlined Mitch Hannan’s day in the VFL as he put his hand up for a recall in Melbourne’s elimination final against Geelong on Friday night. With coach Simon Goodwin and the entire senior list watching on, Hannan showed no signs of the knee injury that kept him out of…


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