Ted Stead and Peter Keep are Darley Football Netball Club's first "legends".
They were among the first 11 inductees to the Darley's newly established hall of fame at the club's centenary celebrations at Crown Melbourne on Saturday night.
The late Ted Stead played in premierships in 1938 and 1939, and went on to be club president for 30 years.
Keep played 150 games for the Devils, winning the 1982 and 1984 CHFL, and 1981-82-83-84 club best and fairests, and playing in premierships in 1984 and 1989.
A ruckman, he also coached Darley.
Also inducted: James Hanson (club founder), Albert Jones (five-time premiership player), 1939 Brownlow Medallist Marcus Whelan senior (Collingwood 173 games), Les Carr junior (six-time premiership player), Graeme Stewart (50-plus years service), Wes Burr (four-time premiership coach, Michael Whelan (three-time premiership player and past president), David Barnes (premiership player and captain), Brad Miller (four-time best and fairest).