The AFL will pay tribute to Danny Frawley with a moment of silence before each of this weekend's semi-finals.
The former St Kilda captain, ex-Richmond coach and media personality died on Monday in a car crash.
On Tuesday, the AFL confirmed a moment of silence would be held before the national anthem at both semi-finals.
Geelong will host West Coast on Friday night at the MCG, with Brisbane playing GWS on Saturday night at the Gabba.
Players, umpires and AFL match officials will also wear black armbands as a mark of respect for Frawley.
"Danny was a friend to everyone in footy and his passion for the game, from the elite to the grassroots, was unmatched," AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan said in a statement.
"Whether you knew him as the St Kilda captain, the Richmond coach or the loveable guy on the TV or radio, who always made you smile, the acknowledgement this weekend is a way for everyone to pay tribute to the man we all knew and loved."
Australian Associated Press