Chris Judd speaks to the media, announcing his retirement during a Carlton Blues AFL press conference at Ikon Park on June 9, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. Judd injured his knee in Saturday's round 10 match at the MCG.

Carlton has announced that club champion and two-time Brownlow Medalist, Chris Judd, will join the club’s board.

The Blues announced on Monday evening that President Mark LoGiudice has been re-elected unopposed, while Adrian Gleeson will step down from the Board of Directors at the end of 2017.

Judd, who played who played 145 games for the club, has nominated to fill the vacancy created by Gleeson’s retirement, meaning he will become the Blues’ director of football.

The former captain will be formerly appointed to the role after the completion of the 2017 season.

“With his extensive football knowledge and feel for the game, as well as his understanding of the Club’s redefined culture and values, there is no doubt Chris will be a strong addition to our Board at Carlton,” LoGiudice said.

“Chris is a highly respected former player and is now regarded as an emerging business leader. Importantly, he has a shared vision for creating sustained success for the Carlton Football Club. We will officially welcome Chris to the position at season’s end.”

Kate Jenkins and Marcus Clarke have also been re-elected unopposed as Directors.