Throughout Trade Week, we're going to take a look back at the best and biggest trades the Crows have made.
From dual-Norm Smith Medalist Andrew McLeod arriving as an unknown, to the blockbuster signing of Wayne Carey, the Club has certainly made waves in the past.
Vote on your favourite trade from the eight players we've selected for your chance to win a 2021 signed Crows football.
ANDREW MCLEOD FROM FREMANTLE FOR CHRIS GROOM - 1994
If not for a couple of sliding door moments, Adelaide would not have been the lucky Club where McLeod made his name.
His father brought him to Adelaide from Darwin in 1994 and, despite battling homesickness, he played for Port Adelaide in the SANFL.
Fremantle had access to McLeod for its inaugural squad at the end of 1994 but the Dockers chose to instead trade the 18-year-old to the Crows.
Adelaide gave up Chris Groom, an up and coming key forward, in exchange for McLeod.
McLeod retired 16 years later as an AFL Hall Of Fame member with 340 games, two premierships medals, two Norm Smith medals, five All-Australian jumpers and three Club Champion awards to his name.
Groom, meanwhile, played 24 games in a career that ended at North Melbourne.
NATHAN BASSETT FROM MELBOURNE FOR MATTHEW COLLINS - 1997
Bassett was selected at the AFL Rookie Draft by Melbourne and was elevated to the senior list mid-season.
But a chest injury stopped him from making his AFL debut for the Demons and he was traded to Adelaide for centre-half back Matthew Collins in return.
Bassett went on to play 210 games for Adelaide and be awarded Best Team Man (2005), All Australian (2006) and AFC Life Member (2008).
Collins made his debut for the Demons in 1998 but missed the start of the season with injuries.
He played 29 AFL games for Melbourne, including the 2000 grand final loss before being delisted at the end of 2001.