(born 21 August 1986) is an AFL
footballer who played for Port Adelaide
Thomson was taken as a promising young midfielder at Pick 11 in the 2004 AFL National Draft By The Power. He played just two senior games in the 2005 AFL Season, spending most of his time in his first two years at Port Adelaide playing for his SANFL
In 2006, Thomson played the first three games of the season, but was dropped after the team's listless performance against Fremantle
in Round 3, although he did manage his first AFL goal during this match. After stand-out performances for Sturt, brought on as well by the injuries to senior midfielders and a need to get AFL experience into its young players, Port Adelaide finally selected Thomson in its team against then bottom-side Essendon
in Round 9. Thomson and many other Port Adelaide youngsters showed their potential in this game. His impressive form in the following Rounds of 2006 were halted when he suffered a groin injury against the Kangaroos
in Round 18, effectively ending his season.
, Thomson struggled to keep a place in Port's starting team.
At the end of the 2008 AFL Season, Thomson requested to be traded to another club due to lack of opportunity.During the AFL's Trade Week
, Thomson was traded to Richmond
in return for Draft Pick #42.
Thomson was delisted by Richmond
on the 14th October 2010 after playing only four senior games in his two seasons at the club.