The Western Bulldogs wish to congratulate Hayden Crozier on his AFL career, after he announced his retirement today.

The 29-year-old played 73 games across six seasons in the red, white and blue, following 69 games at Fremantle.

Renowned for his high-flying aerial abilities, Crozier arrived at the Kennel during the 2017 Trade Period.

He made an immediate impact at the Dogs – playing 17 games as a rebounding defender in his debut season after making the move from the forward-line to the back-line. 

Crozier retires as a 142-game player.