West Coast and Carlton great Chris Judd is the latest V/AFL player to be inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.

Judd joins league greats Ron Barassi, Leigh Matthews, Ted Whitten and Tony Lockett in being honoured with the title.

The dual Brownlow Medal winner was recognised as a Hall of Fame member on Thursday for his decorated career with the Eagles and Blues.

Judd played 279 games in the AFL between 2002-105, split across 134 games with West Coast and 145 games with Carlton.

The Sandringham Dragons product would lead the Eagles to the 2006 premiership, whilst also winning a Norm Smith Medal in his side's grand final defeat to Sydney the year prior.

He would captain both the Eagles and Blues, as well as winning six All-Australian selections, two AFLPA MVP Awards and five best and fairest gongs.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 30: Ben Cousins and Chris Judd of the Eagles celebrate with the Premiership Cup after winning the AFL Grand Final match between the Sydney Swans and the West Coast Eagles at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 30, 2006 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images)

"Chris Judd is a highy regarded player both on and off the field, his induction into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame is a magnficent achievement," AFL general manager Andrew Dillon said in a league statement.

"Inductees feature some of our nation's biggest sporting champions, so it is wonderful to see an AFL Player added to the prestigious list.

"Well done to Chris Judd and his family as they celebrate this milestone, which adds another achievement to his outstanding career."

Formula One great Mark Webber, rugby league icon Brad Fittler, golfer Karrie Webb, netballer Cath Cox, softball Olympian Tanya Harding, ten pin bowling great Cara Honeychurch, basketballer Adrian Hurley and Paralympian Sir George Bedbrook were also honoured.