Brett Ratten’s decorated playing career for Carlton featured 255 games, three best-and-fairest awards, two All Australians and Premiership and captaincy honours. 

But in the coaches’ box he’s become even more respected. 

Head coach of the St Kilda men’s side, Ratten arrived at the club in 2018 as an assistant coach before becoming the caretaker coach at the back end of the 2019 season.

Notching up three wins from a revamped St Kilda side to close out the year, his appointment as senior coach was announced at season’s end.

The following year, he led the club to its first finals appearance in nine years 

Having spent time under Alastair Clarkson and Neale Daniher, Ratten’s knowledge of the game is among the best in the business. 

The Carlton legend spent six seasons at the helm of the Blues (2007-12), before being recruited by Hawthorn in their road to football glory (2013-18). 

The Hawks’ famous ‘three-peat’ immortalised them as arguably the greatest team of the modern era, with Ratten, as assistant coach, playing a vital role in the team’s success. 

With a wealth of success under his belt, Ratten is ready steer the ship and forge a new legacy for the red, white and black.