Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame

The Tasmanian Football Hall of Fame was established to help recognise outstanding services and overall contribution made to the sport of Australian rules football in Tasmania. Any participant of the sport, including players, umpires, media personalities and coaches, may be inducted. A physical hall was established in 2005 after the Tasmanian Community Fund provided a $50,000 grant to assist AFL Tasmania and the Launceston City Council with establishment of a permanent facility at York Park. The decision to locate the Hall of Fame at the ground was because the site had recently been redeveloped and was positioned as the "true home of Tasmanian football". AFL Tasmania initiated the Hall of Fame nomination process, with a number of clubs, players and grounds nominated and accepted into the Hall of Fame since 2005. The public Hall of Fame opened to the public on Saturday 21 February 2009.

The induction criteria were expanded in 2007, allowing the "The Gravel" Oval of Queenstown to be honored.

Other inductees have included Roy Cazaly, Paul Sproule, Verdun Howell, Paul Williams, Brent Crosswell and the Smithton 'Saints' Football Club.

Read more about Tasmanian Football Hall Of Fame:  2005 – Inductees, 2006 – Inductees, 2007 – Inductees, 2008 – Inductees, 2009 – Inductees, 2010 – Inductees, 2011 – Inductees, 2012 – Inductees, 2013 – Inductees

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