Michael Voss (born 7 July 1975) is a former coach and player for the Brisbane Lions in the Australian Football League (AFL).
He is currently serving as the midfield coach of the Port Adelaide Football Club.During his AFL playing career, in which he played entirely for the Brisbane Bears and then the Brisbane Lions (a merger of the Brisbane Bears with a Melbourne-based club, the Fitzroy Football Club also known as the Lions), Voss was recognised as one of the greats of league and club and is listed by journalist Mike Sheahan as one of the top 50 players of all time.
He won the league's most prestigious individual award, the Brownlow Medal, and was recognised as one of the best players and captains in the league between 2002 and 2003 through six time All-Australian selection including the captaincy and the winner of the Leigh Matthews Trophy for the league's most valued player.
He captained the Brisbane Lions in four consecutive AFL Grand Finals with three straight premierships (2001–2003).
Additionally, he represented Australia in the 2006 International Rules Series.
As a player, he was noted for his fearless play, inspirational leadership and the ability to turn a game.
Voss has been inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.