- 1953-1969, 254 games, 330 goals, six premierships.
- Melbourne - 1953-1964, 204 games, 295 goals.
- Carlton - 1965-1969, 50 games, 35 goals.
- Playing Premierships: Melbourne - 1955, 56, 57, 59, 60, 64.
- Playing Achievements: Melbourne - Captain 1960-64; Best and Fairest 1961, 64; All
Australian 1956, 58, 61.
- Coaching Career: 515 games, four premierships.
- Carlton - 1965-1971 (147 games).
- North Melbourne - 1973-1980 (198 games).
- Melbourne - 1981-1985 (110 games).
- Sydney - 1993-1995 (59 games).
- Coaching Premierships: Carlton - 1968,70.
- North Melbourne - 1975,77.
- Inducted into AFL Hall of Fame as an official Legend in 1996.
- Ron Barassi has been one of the most influential people in Australian Rules football, stretching over a 50 year career as player and coach.
- Melbourne Football Club lobbied the VFL to implement a father-son rule so that Ron could follow his father’s footsteps as a player.
- Melbourne’s coach, Norm Smith, took Ron under his wing. When Ron’s mother moved to Tasmania, he moved in with Norm at the young age of 16; an invaluable opportunity Ron credits as a direct influence on his development as a player and person.
- Melbourne dominated the 1950’s and Ron became an essential part of the club’s most successful period. He paved the way for the new style ruck-rover, showing speed, ferocity and will to attack the ball without fear.
- Ron was made vice-captain in 1957, becoming captain in 1960. Ron was integral to Melbourne’s six premierships. He was voted Best and Fairest in 1961 and 1964.
- Ron joined Carlton after newly appointed president George Harris offered him a lucrative contract to become captain-coach, which he accepted in 1965;
- While the decision to join Carlton was a difficult one, it was vindicated by Ron’s success as coach. In 1968, Ron guided Carlton to its first premiership in 21 years.
- Carlton’s classic Premiership win against Collingwood followed in 1970 – a miraculous comeback from 44 points down at half time.
- In 1973, Ron took the helm at North Melbourne, culminating in the 1975 Premiership; a mere three years after North were wooden spooners.
- The dramatic drawn Grand Final in 1977 was another classic, where Ron roused the Roos to triumph over Collingwood.
- In 1981 Ron returned to Melbourne, the place where he made his name, and alongside assistant coach Ray Jordan laid the foundation for finals appearances soon after his departure.
- In 1993, Ron returned to senior coaching with the Sydney Swans, putting the Swans on the map in a territory that had been a foreign land for Australian Football.