It's been 20 years since the Brisbane Lions completed their three-peat, with the famous side of 2003 now going their separate ways.
Continually referred to as one of the tougher, smarter sides in the game's history, many have gone on to still have an impact in the AFL.
So, where are they now?
Has been a breath of fresh air for Collingwood, winning 25 games since starting as coach of Collingwood last year. He bolstered the 17th-placed Magpies in 2021 up to fourth in 2022, featuring in the preliminary final against the Swans last season. Currently has the Pies sitting pretty in top spot after 10 rounds.
Has been the talk of the town recently given the increasing pressure on his job as Carlton coach. Took over from David Teague in 2022, winning 15 games from 28 so far and fell just short of finals last season.
Has been the most impressive coach to come from the three-peat team, winning 203 games out of a total of 292 with two premierships to his name.
Just this year took over the role of Essendon coach and is currently 5-5. Spent a decade with North Melbourne as senior coach before a move to AFL House.
Has been elected as a coach for Carlton's reserves team in the VFL for this year, continuing to work with Voss.
Joined Collingwood in 2021 as an assistant and works under McRae in strategy. Held previous roles with Richmond (twice) and the Lions, coaching the latter.
Has held multiple assistant coach positions but landed at Port Adelaide as director of coaching before moving to the Suns, where he remains.
Joined the Essendon coaching department in the 2020 season, even as a caretaker coach until Brad Scott took the job. Has held assistant coaching roles for 17 years since his retirement, working with Geelong, Richmond and Collingwood.
Was heavily involved in the Gold Coast Suns' inauguration, becoming football manager before resigning in 2017 when Stuart Dew was appointed coach. Son Will has stunned in his start to life as a Lion this year as one of the best draft talents.
Had roles both in the NRL for North Queensland Cowboys and for Glenorchy to play in the Tasmanian State League. However, he has fully committed to the real estate industry. He directs his own buyer's agency in Brisbane.
Runs a cafe in WA, named Healthfreak Cafe, in Applecross.
Has pursued business interests, currently a managing director at Luxicar.
Has been a presence in the media, being part of Channel 10's sports analysis in Queensland and also participated in the fourth season of Australian Survivor.
Following his retirement Lynch joined Fox Footy and regularly commentates games over the weekend, usually as a boundary commentator.
Like Lynch, Brown joined Fox Footy as a commentator but is also a host on Nova 100's radio breakfast show.
Has had some involvement with the VFL since retiring and was coach of the Northern Bullants for a period of time.
Currently works as a real estate agent and recently pulled on the boots for local Victorian club Werrimull.
Has been involved in coaching for the Geelong Cats and has been at Kardinia Park since 2009, working under Chris Scott as a highly-rated assistant.
Has been helping as a coach in basketball as his son William McDowell-White currently plays in the NBL for the NZ Breakers. Another son, Darryl McDowell-White, was picked up by the Lions last year under the father-son rule.
Has set up a foundation to raise money to help build a pathway for Papua New Guineans to play Aussie Rules.
Ws put on the All-Australian selection panel before departing, declaring recently he wants to pursue business interests. He has also had some appearances on Channel 7's coverage of the AFL.
Still has a strong connection with the Lions, helping design this year's Indigenous jumper alongside ex-teammate Des Headland, and also lectured the team on what it means to be Indigenous. He also played some local footy at Mundijong Peel Football Netball League in 2017.
Has been involved in local footy for Wodonga Bulldogs, which is also the club he played as a junior.
Has been helping his two sons in the Queensland school representative games who might be potential father-son picks for the Lions in future. He also played for Aspley, Noosa and Redcliffe since hanging up the boots.