With Round 11 sewn up, the 2022 Mid-Season Draft order is almost finalised ahead of the June 1 count.

Clubs who have open list spots will be placed in reverse ladder order, with West Coast set to open proceedings given their position at the foot of the ladder after 11 rounds.

A number of clubs are yet to open list spots for the Mid-Season Draft, however are given until close of business on Tuesday, May 31 to submit their total number of vacancies.

Clubs are able to open positions on their list in moving injured players to their inactive list should they be deemed to have a long-term injury, while clubs who have had players announce their retirement in the opening half of the year will also be given the opportunity to use their vacancies at the Mid-Season Draft.

Several clubs including Collingwood, Adelaide and West Coast have recently moved players to their long-term injury list but are yet to confirm their total amount of list spots ahead of the draft.

St Kilda (Nick Coffield and Jack Hayes), GWS (Josh Fahey), North Melbourne (Miller Bergman), Gold Coast (Ben King) and Essendon (Nik Cox) currently have players eligible to be moved to their inactive list ahead of the Mid-Season Draft.

Melbourne, Brisbane and the Western Bulldogs are currently without players eligible to be placed on their long-term injury list and are without open list spots.

Indicative Mid-Season Draft Order

Round 1

1. West Coast Eagles

2. North Melbourne

3. Essendon

4. Adelaide Crows

5. GWS Giants

6. Hawthorn

7. Gold Coast Suns

8. Port Adelaide

9. Collingwood

10. Richmond

11. Sydney Swans

12. Geelong Cats

13. Carlton

14. St Kilda

15. Fremantle

Round 2

16. West Coast Eagles

17. North Melbourne

18. Essendon

19. Adelaide Crows

20. Hawthorn

21. Collingwood

22. Carlton

23. Fremantle