BIO

Tyson Goldsack made his AFL debut for Collingwood in 2007 where he featured 165 times at AFL level.

Goldsack became a premiership player in 2010, featuring in Collingwood’s Grand Final replay win.

In 2019 Goldsack retired from AFL and joined Port Adelaide in a dual development coach and SANFL leadership player role, however never got to play SANFL due to the AFL’s COVID-19 restrictions.

The experienced defender got a second go on an AFL list when Port Adelaide rookie-listed the then 33-year-old at the end of 2020.

Goldsack didn’t feature at AFL level for the Power, instead playing an important role to help with on-field leadership and development for the club’s young SANFL side.

At the end of the 2021 season Goldsack officially retired from Port Adelaide’s AFL playing list, however will continue on at the club in his defensive development coaching role for season 2022.  

Coaching career

2019 - current Port Adelaide Development Coach 

Playing career

Clubs: Collingwood (2007-2019) 165 games, 49 goals; Port Adelaide (2020-2021) 0 games, 0 goals

Debut: Rd 8, 2007 vs Western Bulldogs

Achievements:
AFL premiership (2010)
CFC Best First Year Player (Harry Collier Trophy) (2007)