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Mark Bickley

Mark Bickley

Mark Bickley was one of the most reliable players for the Adelaide Crows from 1991 until 2003, captaining the team to both the 1997 and 1998 AFL premierships. He is currently the Assistant Coach.

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Testimonials for Mark Bickley

Mark’s professional manner and research on the topic was extremely valuable. He made the other speakers as the MC and Facilitator feel at ease and certainly assisted the flow of conversation well.

CPA Australia Ltd


Mark did a great job. He was well prepared and comprehensively addressed our areas of focus. He was able to clearly translate his own experiences into practical advice for the audience and he presented himself in a personable, friendly way. I'd have no hesitation recommending Mark to others.

Concordia College

Mark Bickley Travels from SA
Fee Range: .Up to $5000

Mark Bickley's Biography

Dual premiership captain of the Adelaide Crows, Mark Bickley was a mainstay in Adelaide’s line-up from the club’s inception in 1991.

Over his 272 games, Mark was one of the Crows’ most reliable players. His consistently high standard of football was rewarded at the start of 1997 when he was made club captain.

Mark Bickley became Adelaide’s first Premiership Captain, with a famous Grand Final victory over St.Kilda in 1997. He further enhanced his reputation by leading his team to Back-to-Back Premierships against hot favourites the Kangaroos in 1998.

Mark Bickley continued to perform in the Crows’ midfield until his retirement at the end of the 2003 season. Mark then shifted his attention to Media, working with Channel 9 in both Adelaide and Melbourne presenting the weekend sports news and as a panellist on the Sunday Footy Show. He was also a regular on Triple M’s game day calling team providing special comments.

In 2006 Mark was invited to join the selection panel for the prestigious All Australian team, a position he held for 3 years. In 2009 Mark returned to the Crows and is currently working as an assistant under senior coach Brenton Sanderson. Mark’s success in football and media provides him with a high profile in South Australia and also nationally.

Marks successful media career sees him as high profile media personality in South Australia and also nationally via The Sunday Footy Show. He appears as a Sports Presenter on Channel Nine as well as regular appearances on Postcards. Mark has also had extensive radio exposure on 5AA and the Breakfast Show on SAFM.

Speaking Topics Include

Teamwork, leadership and creating a winning team - similarities between professional sport and business