Andrew John Mackie (born 7 August 1984) is an Australian rules footballer for the Geelong Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL).
Mackie was recruited from Sacred Heart College and the Glenelg Football Club by the Geelong Football Club with the 7th pick in the 2002 National AFL Draft. It was considered a surprise selection, as he was not well known at the time, not having gone through the NAB AFL Draft Camp.
After spending 2003 in the Geelong Reserves further developing his game, he made his AFL debut in 2004, and picked up a Rising Star Nomination for a 3 goal performance. Despite having played as a midfielder for Glenelg, Geelong attempted to turn Mackie into a key forward to fill a long standing void, with mixed results. He was inconsistent throughout his first two seasons and was often dropped into the reserves. Despite suffering a few injuries, Mackie started making a statement midway through 2006 when he was finally played in the midfield and picked up 20+ possessions in 5 straight games.
In the 2007 season he began to show great improvement in his game and was one of the key players to Geelong's rise to the top. Mackie began to play as a rebounding defender, ironically kicking a career-best four goals against Richmond in Round 6 in one of his first games down back, and played another great game in Round 11 2007 when he played his first ever game against Adelaide at AAMI Stadium. He racked up 26 disposals helping Geelong to an important win and played well against Adelaide again in Round 19. He continued his solid form for the rest of the season and played a big part in Geelong's hard fought preliminary final win over Collingwood. Mackie was a key player in the 2007 premiership team, setting up play for the Cats and kicking a goal.
Mackie has since then been a virtually permanent fixture in the Geelong line-up and was also part of the Cats' 2009 and 2011 premiership successes.