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- Carlton Blues
- Australian Rules Football
Darcy Lang is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Carlton Football Club in the Australian Football League. He previously played for the Geelong Football Club from 2014 to 2017.
Darcy grew up in Colac, Victoria and played for Victoria Country in the 2013 AFL Under 18 Championships, where he suffered a broken leg.
Lang was drafted by Geelong with the 16th overall selection in the 2013 national draft. He made his debut for Geelong in the round 13 win against St Kilda in 2014. In August 2015, he was the round nominee for the AFL Rising Star after the round 21 draw to St Kilda, where he recorded sixteen disposals, three marks and two tackles.
On the second last day of the 2017 trade period, Lang confirmed his desire to move to Carlton. He was officially traded to Carlton the next day. After an ankle injury which prevented him from playing until round 8, Lang made his Carlton debut in the match against Essendon at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Lang kicked a goal with his first kick in a Carlton jumper, less than a minute into the game. It resulted in the clubs first win of the year, with Lang recording two goals and thirteen disposals. In the clubs second win for the season against Gold Coast, Lang returned to the senior side and collected 20 disposals and kicked 2 goals