Collingwood AFLW utility Jordyn Allen has signed a three-year contract extension with the Pies.

Whilst already contracted for the 2024 season, a further three-year deal will see Allen remain a Magpie until at least the end of 2027.

From being drafted to Collingwood at pick five in the 2018 AFLW Draft, the 2022 Collingwood AFLW Best and Fairest winner is approaching her seventh season in the black and white.

Allen, who has spent time predominately across the backline and on the wing, made her AFLW debut in Round One of the 2019 season. The 23-year-old went on to receive a Rising Star Nomination in Round Seven that same season.

2022 was arguably Allen’s best season to date with the utility leading the side in marks (46) and finishing the season in the top-five percentile for average disposals (14.2) amongst the team. That same season, she gained her third selection in the AFL Player Association’s 22under22 team (2021, 2022, 2022).

Originally hailing from Rye on the Mornington Peninsula, Allen was elevated to the Pies’ leadership group in 2023 and celebrated her 50th AFLW game last year.

Allen’s re-signing follows the recent extensions of the Club’s Captain Brianna Davey and Vice-Captain Ruby Schleicher announced in May.

Allen shared her excitement for the season ahead and is looking forward to being a part of the future of the Club’s AFLW program.  

“Having begun my AFLW journey at Collingwood, I’m grateful to have secured my future in the black and white for at least the next four seasons,” Allen said.

“I have had so many special moments throughout my career at Collingwood to date and I can’t wait to make more memories on and off the field with this Club.”

Collingwood’s General Manager of Women’s Football Jess Burger said she was pleased with Allen’s commitment to the Club.

“We’re thrilled to see Jordy’s recommitment with our Club for a further three seasons,” Burger said.

“Jordy leads and plays with great intent and purpose and she will play a key role in continuing to paint the picture as to what the future of our program will look like.

“She has progressed so much since her first season with us. Her achievements to date, are a testament to her dedication and worth ethic both on and off the field.

“Jordy’s signature demonstrates the confidence she has in her future and ongoing development within our program. She will continue to play a key role in driving our elite standards into this season and into the future.”

Allen, who is also a coach with the Club’s Reclink Community team, will be available to the media at 11.30am today at Victoria Park following the Reclink training session.