The 32-year-old will retire following his side’s clash with the GWS Giants at Etihad Stadium.
Western Bulldogs veteran Daniel Giansiracusa has called time on his AFL career and will hang up the boots following his side’s clash with the Greater Western Sydney Giants on Sunday.
The game at Etihad Stadium will be Giansiracusa’s 265th in a career that has spanned 15 seasons.
Giansiracusa was drafted from Williamstown at pick no.32 in the 1999 National Draft, and has since established himself as one of the best small forwards in the competition.
The 32-year-old finishes his career tenth on the all-time games list at the the club.
After scoring a goal with his first kick in the AFL, Giansiracusa went on to kick 328 more and finishes in third place in the Bulldogs’ 2010 best and fairest award.
Giansiracusa will remain at Whitten Oval in 2015 however, signing on with the club as a coach.