Giants Toby Greene playing against St Kilda this season.

GWS Giant Toby Greene playing against St Kilda this season. Photo: Pat Scala

GWS Giants player Toby Greene was arrested in Melbourne on Monday night on a range of assault-related charges stemming from an incident at a nightclub in Caulfield.

Greene, 20, was charged intentionally causing serious injury, recklessly causing injury, affray, assault in company, assault by kicking, assault with a weapon, unlawful assault, making threats to inflict serious injury, drunk in a public place and criminal damage.

A 19-year-old East Malvern man was also arrested following the incident at Zagame's on Derby Road. The Victorian man was charged with intentionally causing serious injury, recklessly causing injury, affray, assault in company, assault by kicking, unlawful assault, making threats to inflict serious injury, drunk in a public place and behaving in an offensive manner.

Both have been granted bail and will face the Melbourne Magistrates' Court on September 25, coincidentally Greene's 21st birthday.

The Giants said in a statement on Tuesday afternoon that they are "taking the matter very seriously" but have "no further comment to make at this stage."

Greene was drafted by the Giants with pick 11 of the 2011 national draft. He played 19 games in his debut season of 2012, winning rave reviews as a prolific ball-winner averaging 28 disposals per game.

He again played 19 games last year, and has played in all seven of his side's matches so far in 2014.

Having gone to school at Wesley College in Glen Waverley, he was recruited from TAC Cup club the Oakleigh Chargers.