MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 25: Dustin Martin of the Tigers is congratulated by Patrick Dangerfield after being awarded the 2017 Brownlow Medallist at the 2017 Brownlow Medal at Crown Entertainment Complex on September 25, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

The AFL has released the full list of invitees for next Monday’s Brownlow Medal count.

Clubs were asked to provide a list of four players to the AFL, as well as the club’s captain and any previous winners of the award.

Geelong will have seven players at the dinner which is the most of any club, with Mark Blicavs, Mitch Duncan, Tim Kelly and Tom Stewart set to be joined by skipper Joel Selwood, and past winners Patrick Dangerfield and Gary Ablett.

The only player who was a club captain for the majority of the 2017 season that wasn’t invited was former Gold Coast skipper Tom Lynch, who was stripped of his captaincy in early August after announcing his intentions to leave the Suns.

2018 Brownlow Medal guests

Adelaide: Bryce Gibbs, Josh Jenkins, Rory Laird, Paul Seedsman, Taylor Walker
Brisbane: Harris Andrews, Dayne Beams, Darcy Gardiner, Stefan Martin, Dayne Zorko
Carlton: Patrick Cripps, Ed Curnow, Matthew Kreuzer, Marc Murphy, Kade Simpson
Collingwood: Taylor Adams, Jordan De Goey, Brodie Grundy, Scott Pendlebury, Steele Sidebottom
Essendon: Brendon Goddard, Dyson Heppell, Zach Merrett, Adam Saad, Devon Smith
Fremantle: Nat Fyfe, David Mundy, Lachie Neale, Luke Ryan, Nathan Wilson
Geelong: Gary Ablett, Patrick Dangerfield, Mark Blicavs, Mitch Duncan, Tim Kelly, Joel Selwood, Tom Stewart
Gold Coast: Jarrod Harbrow, Steven May, Touk Miller, David Swallow, Lachlan Weller
GWS: Stephen Coniglio, Phil Davis, Josh Kelly, Callan Ward, Lachie Whitfield
Hawthorn: Luke Breust, Jack Gunston, Tom Mitchell, Jarryd Roughead, Isaac Smith
Melbourne: Max Gawn, Nathan Jones, Jake Melksham, Clayton Oliver, Jack Viney
North Melbourne: Ben Brown, Ben Cunnington, Shaun Higgins, Robbie Tarrant, Jack Ziebell
Port Adelaide: Travis Boak, Robbie Gray, Tom Jonas, Justin Westhoff, Ollie Wines
Richmond: Trent Cotchin, Shane Edwards, Kane Lambert, Dustin Martin, Alex Rance, Jack Riewoldt
St Kilda: Jarryn Geary, Tim Membrey, Seb Ross, Jack Steele, Jack Steven
Sydney: Lance Franklin, Isaac Heeney, Josh Kennedy, Luke Parker
West Coast: Jack Darling, Shannon Hurn, Lewis Jetta, Jack Redden, Elliot Yeo
Western Bulldogs: Marcus Bontempelli, Jason Johannisen, Jack Macrae, Toby McLean, Easton Wood