Andrew McLeod is a former footballer who played for the Adelaide Crows. Playing 340 career league matches, he is the games record holder at the club. McLeod is a dual premiership player, participating in the Crows grand final victories in 1997 and 1998 as well as winning the North Smith Medal for best on ground in both matches.
McLeod was recruited from Darwin, Northern Territory to the Port Adelaide SANFL team before signing for the Adelaide Crows as part of a trade with the newly formed Fremantle Dockers.
He made his debut for Adelaide in Round 6, 1995 in the Crows tight 8 point win over Melbourne and went on to play 15 games in his first season. He also earned a nomination for the Norwich Rising Star award.