The AFL Brownlow Medal ceremony will be virtual, but the soccer stars and their partners still look like a red carpet


The Brownlow Medal 2020 ceremony usually takes place in Melbourne, but this year’s event was spread across Australia.

The majority of the Queensland Bubble players were at an event at Carrara Stadium on the Gold Coast.

And there were events in Perth and Adelaide, as well as Sydney and Melbourne.

AFL players and their partners at Carrarra Stadium, SCG, Gabba, Adelaide Oval, Perth Stadium and Melbourne studio.((Supplied: Channel 7)

While things can be found everywhere due to the coronavirus, the soccer stars and their partners were still looking good – although attendees were reportedly told they wouldn’t have to adhere to a strict black tie dress code this year.

Here’s who’s dressed up and who’s not (spoiler alert: everyone did it).

Brisbane Lions’ Lachie Neale and her partner Julie didn’t hold back, and Footy’s new first lady donned a floor-length dress and disheveled waves.


And Hawthorn’s Jack Gunston rocked a suit and face mask and captioned his Instagram outfit post: “Brownlow Medal Victorian Style”.


Meanwhile, Melbourne’s Christian Petracca and partner Bella in Brisbane were ready to #Brownlow.


Brisbane Lions’ Charlie Cameron opted for a polite dark velvet ensemble with partner Caitlin Seeto in an equally elegant black number.

Charlie Cameron smiles as he holds his partner Caitlin by the waist.  They both wear black.
Charlie Cameron, along with partner Caitlin Seeto, was ready for the gong of the year but went home empty-handed.((AAP Bild: Darren England)

West Coast Eagles player Luke Shuey and his partner Dani were dressed to the nines.

Shuey said he was disappointed not to play this weekend.


Melbourne’s Jack Viney and his wife Charlotte posed for pictures with their young daughter, Mila Grace.


And Sydney Swans’ Luke Parker cut a fine figure alongside partner Kate Lawrence, who stood out in a red number.


Steven May from the Melbourne Demons and Briana, partner, were just as hot.


Marcus Bontempelli and Tom Libatore of the Western Bulldogs brought their Mode A game, both of whom rocked in style to the Gold Coast event.

Libatore’s suit even covered his “My God, you’re greasy” tattoo.



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