Geelong midfielder Tanner Bruhn has signed a two-year contract extension that will see him remain at GMHBA Stadium until at least the end of 2027.

The 22-year-old, who was already contracted for 2025, joined the Cats in late 2022 via a trade with GWS Giants, and has been a consistent figure for the Cats since arriving, playing 29 of a possible 36 games.

A Geelong local who played his football for Newtown and Chilwell, Bruhn was drafted to GWS with the 12th selection before making the switch to Geelong in the 2022 trade period. 

Since arriving, Bruhn has continued to develop, averaging career-high disposals (18.45), tackles (4.6), clearances (5.5) and score involvements (4.1) in 2024, as well as hitting the scoreboard kicking three goals in the first half of the season.

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Geelong Cats General Manager of Football Andrew Mackie said it was great to see Bruhn commit to the Hoops for an additional two years. 

“We are thrilled for Tanner to extend for a further two seasons with us and have him committed to the Club until at least the end of 2027,” Mackie said. 

“Tanner has a bright future, and we are excited to see him grow alongside our group of emerging young players.”