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In his long-awaited, official autobiography, All In, Joel Selwood reveals the grit, determination, and personal sacrifice behind his AFL success at the Geelong Football Club.

Joel Selwood's remarkable leadership is well-known across AFL football. Announcing his retirement at the end of the 2022 season, Selwood will not only go down in history as an icon of the game – a record breaker – but also as a selfless leader who supported his team through one of the club’s most successful periods in its history. After Selwood was made captain of the team in 2012, Geelong made the finals in all but one season, playing in seven preliminary finals and two Grand Finals – culminating in Geelong's tenth premiership in 2022. Easier said than done.

Now, for the first time, Selwood tells his story in his own words.

All In relives the highs of Selwood’s proudest career moments, but also the lows battling the physical and personal challenges in his life, from his infamous knee injury and long recovery to the impact of COVID-19 on the AFL 2020 and 2021 seasons. For the first time, Selwood also describes the bravery, disappointment and celebration entering the IVF merry-go-round with his wife, Brit, to finally have their son, Joey Victor Selwood.

A Geelong supporter who grew up to play his entire professional career with the Cats, Joel Selwood is a true AFL legend of our times.

About the Author

Joel Selwood was made the captain of the Geelong Football team when he was only 23 years old and remained the captain until he announced his retirement just days after Geelong won the 2022 AFL Grand Final. In a 16-year career in the AFL he achieved many accolades, including becoming the longest serving captain in AFL history. From a gifted sporting family in Bendigo, his accolades, achievements, and awards are many. They read like a kaleidoscope of not just greatness, but of heart, persistence, determination, and bravery. He is also widely recognised as a key element in creating a remarkable culture of success at the Geelong Football Club where he competed in a record 40 finals including 4 premierships.