A.F.L. | Australian Rules Football
The greatest game on earth
MELBOURNE | home of Australian Rules Football
Melbourne loves it's footy! Australian Rules Football is more than sport, it's a religion. Fans are knowledgable, passionate and proud of the game, teams and players.
The Australian Football (mens) League comprises 18 teams in 5 states, played over 22 rounds, a finals series culminating in a grand final with produces a premier team. Australian Rules Football [AFL] is the oldest coded sporting competition in the world.
JLT Community Series | AFL PreSeason Comp | NAB Women's League
Home & Away Games | Grand Final Week | Grand Final Day
VICTORIAN TEAMS [MENS]
Richmond Football Club | Tigers
The Yellow & Black is the best known catch-phrase in football and belongs to the mighty Tigers ~ Richmond Football Club.
Not only is the Yellow & Black the best known catch-phrase in football, the Tigers also have the best club song, rated by supp Read more..
View Profile | Richmond Carlton Football Club | Blues
The Carlton Football Club is the 3rd oldest club in the A.F.L and were the first premiers of the Victorian Football Association (VFA) in 1877.
Carlton's nickname the 'Blues' comes from the navy blue colour of its uniform. Carlton has traditionall Read more..
View Profile | Parkville | Princes Park Collingwood Football Club | Magpies
The Collingwood Football Club is the biggest and most famous sporting club in Australia having won 15 premierships and contested more Grand Finals than any other club.
COLLINGWOOD Football Club has a tradition of performance that is unparallelled Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Essendon Football Club | Bombers
Sixteen premiership cups, seven Brownlow medals, the 1874 best & fairest trophy, the league's first premiership team, 'talking lockers' and much, much more.
Where can you see it? Only at the Essendon Hall of Fame.
Situated at the Windy Hill p Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Airport Geelong Football Club | Cats
The co-founder of Australian Rules Football, Thomas Wills established the Geelong Football Club in July 1859, making it the 2nd oldest club of any football code in the world.
Wills formed Geelong Football Club for the same reason he and his cousin Read more..
View Profile | Geelong Hawthorn Football Club | Hawks
The Hawthorn Football Club (Hawks) competes in the Australian Football League (AFL).
The Hawthorn Football Club has a proud history, having grown from a small suburban club to become one of the powers of the national league.
The Hawks' starte Read more..
View Profile | Mulgrave Kangaroos | North Melbourne Football Club
The North Melbourne Football Club emerged from humble origins in 1869 out of a need to provide local cricketers with a sport throughout the idle winter months.
While the Club claims no actual 'founder', James Henry Gardiner is widely recognised as Read more..
View Profile | North Melbourne Melbourne Football Club | Demons
As one of the oldest football clubs in the world, the Melbourne Football Club has had many significant events influence its history.
1838 - Formation of the Melbourne Cricket Club.
1852 - The MCG is established in Yarra Park (then Richmond Paddoc Read more..
View Profile | East Melbourne St Kilda Football Club | Saints
St Kilda figures boldly throughout the history of Australian Rules Football with one of the earliest recorded references to the game in 1859 mentions a 'scratch team from St Kilda'.
Despite being a foundation team, St Kilda have appeared in 7 Gra Read more..
View Profile | Moorabbin Western Bulldogs Football Club
Since joing the league in 1925, the doggies based at the Whitten Oval have won only one premiership in 1954 but enjoys a strong following from its passionate supporter base.
The Western Oval is located in West Footscray and was renamed Whitten Ova Read more..
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INTERSTATE TEAMS [MENS]
The states without teams are ACT, Northern Territory and Tasmania.
Hawthorn and North Melbourne play a number of "home" games in Tasmania.
In 2016, Australian Football League | Women's League was announced.
Grounds & Stadiums
AO Adelaide Oval BA Blundstone Arena CS Cazaly's Stadium DS Domain Stadium ES Etihad Stadium EU Eureka Stadium G The Gabba JS Jiangwan Stadium, China MO Manuka Oval MCG Melbourne Cricket Ground MS Metricon Stadium SCG Sydney Cricket Ground SPO Spotless Stadium SS Simonds Stadium TIO TIO Stadium TP TIO Traeger Park US University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
Cazalys Stadium, Cairns
Etihad Stadium, Melbourne
The Gabba, Brisbane
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
Patersons Stadium, Perth
Sydney Cricket Ground
StarTrack Oval, Canberra
Spotless Stadium, Sydney
Simonds Stadium, Geelong
Melbourne Cricket Ground | M.C.G.
Brunton Avenue, Jolimont, Vic 3002
Harbour Esplanade, Docklands, Vic 3008
La Trobe Terrace, Geelong, Vic 3220
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