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About me

  • Fremantle Dockers
  • Sport
  • Australian Rules Football
  • AFL
  • Hawthorn Hawks
  • Coach
  • Professional

Brent Guerra is a former Australian rules footballer who played for Hawthorn in the Australian Football League (AFL), having also previously played for Port Adelaide and St Kilda.

Port Adelaide

Beginning his career at Port Adelaide in 2000, he was seen as a potentially dangerous winger or forward.

Brent also won three SANFL Premierships with Central District. However, at the end of 2003 he was traded from the club due to Guerra wanting to return to Victoria and the Saints picked him up for pick 39.

St Kilda

Guerra was a key figure for a period during the Saints' early season run in 2004 when St Kilda won the 2004 Wizard Home Loans Cup and the first 10 games of the home and away season.

He kicked 20 goals in six games, including seven in one game.


The Hawthorn Football Club selected Guerra with pick three in the 2005 AFL Pre-season draft.

Guerra had a connection with Hawks' coach Alastair Clarkson from Clarkson's time as a premiership coach at Central Districts (2001) and assistant coach at Port Adelaide. Guerra was reinvented at Hawthorn as a strong-bodied half back flanker and added experience to a very young Hawks' lineup in 2006.

His hard-nosed approach has at times attracted the attention of umpires. In 2007 and 2008 he averaged in excess of 20 possessions per game, displaying a consistency which was lacking earlier in his career up forward.

As a part of Hawthorn's 2008 premiership side, Guerra had 25 possessions in a reliable display.

In Round 23, 2012, a week before the finals with Hawthorn sitting on top of the ladder, Guerra sustained a hamstring injury. It occurred in the final quarter of Hawthorn's 25-point victory over West Coast. On 24 September, Guerra ruled himself out of the 2012 Grand Final against the Sydney Swans.

On 2 October 2013, the week following his second premiership with the Hawthorn Football Club, Guerra officially announced his retirement from AFL football to pursue a career in coaching.

In his final year as a player, Guerra completed a Level 2 coaching accreditation course and a diploma of management. Shortly after retiring from playing, Guerra was appointed a part-time development coach at the Hawks in November 2013.

On 19 September 2014, Guerra joined Chelsea in the Mornington Peninsula Nepean Football League as player-coach.

Prior to the 2016 season, he was appointed as a development coach with Fremantle. 

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