Jarrad Schofield was originally drafted by the West Coast Eagles with pick 49 in the 1992 AFL draft. He went on to play 63 games with the Eagles before being traded to Port Adelaide as part of a deal with Scott Cummings.

Schofield played 131 games for the Power, where he kicked 91 goals and won the Showdown Medal in 2002.

The gutsy midfielder was also a member of Port's inaugural AFL premiership, as they defeated Brisbane by 40 points.

In 2005, Schofield returned to Perth and linked up with the Fremantle Dockers, playing 12 games in two years before retiring at the end of 2006.

He won three premierships for WAFL side Subiaco as a player (2006-2008) before turning to coaching.

He started as an assistant coach at Claremont in the WAFL in 2012 for just one year after being offered the senior coaching role at Subiaco.

Schofield won three flags in six years as head coach of the Lions, as well as, playing in another two grand finals, to go down as the most successful coach in their history.

At the end of the 2018 season, Schofield was offered his first coaching role in the AFL, seeing him return to Alberton as the midfield coach.

Coaching career

2019-current Port Adelaide Football Club midfield coach 
2013-2018 Subiaco senior coach (WAFL)
2012-2013 Claremont assistant coach (WAFL)

3x WAFL premiership coach (2014, 2015, 2018)

Playing career

Clubs: West Coast (1993-1998) 63 games, 34 goals; Port Adelaide (1999-2004) 131 games, 91 goals; Fremantle (2005-2006) 12 games, 2 goals

Debut: Rd 11, 1993 vs Sydney

Brownlow votes: 47

AFL premiership (2004)
AFL Rising Star nomination (1996)
Showdown Medallist (2002)