A.F.L. | Australian Rules Football


The greatest game on earth..

Is there a better game on the planet? 36 extremely fit athletes, competing to kick an oval football to score goals with the winning team having the most points.

Australian Rules Football is Australia's most popular sport, most watched sport, most participated sport and.. the greatest game on earth!


2024 Premiership Season


AFL Season - Games Fixture



Melbourne is the Home of Australian Rules Football


Australian Rules Football was first created in Melbourne in 1859 and is the oldest coded sporting competition in the world | History

The AFL [men] comprises 18 teams in 6 states, played over 25 rounds, a finals series culminating in a grand final.

Fans are knowledgable, passionate and proud of the game

Melbourne Reigning premiers (2023) - Collingwood Football Club (Magpies).

VICTORIAN TEAMS [MENS]


View Event: Carlton Football Club | Blues
Carlton Football Club | Blues
@ Ikon Park | Parkville

MelbourneThe Carlton Football Club is acknowledged as one of Australia's pre-eminent sporting institutions. It is also one of the world's oldest, having been founded in 1864 when a group of prominent Carltonians first convened at the U ..

Melbourne
View Event: Collingwood Football Club | Magpies
Collingwood Football Club | Magpies
MelbourneBorn in depths of depression in 1892, the Collingwood Football Club garnered support like no other team before its time. Our humble, yet proud, beginnings fostered an unbreakable spirit within players, supporters and all conne ..

Melbourne
View Event: Essendon Football Club | Bombers
Essendon Football Club | Bombers
MelbourneSixteen 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 ..

Melbourne
View Event: Geelong Football Club | Cats
Geelong Football Club | Cats
MelbourneBased in Geelong, the Geelong Football Club (Cats) has some of the most dedicated fans in the AFL. Geelong has a proud history, having won TEN AFL and seven VFA premierships in its history with wins in 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1 ..

Melbourne
View Event: Hawthorn Football Club | Hawks
Hawthorn Football Club | Hawks
MelbourneThe Hawthorn Football Club competes in the Australian Football League (AFL). The Hawthorn Football Club has a proud history, having grown from a small suburban club to become a power club of the expanded national league. T ..

Melbourne
View Event: Melbourne Football Club | Demons
Melbourne Football Club | Demons
MelbourneRed legs | Dees | Demons The Melbourne Football Club is the oldest professional football club in the world. The club has had many significant events influence its history. 1838 - Formation of the Melbourne Cricket Cl ..

Melbourne
View Event: North Melbourne Football Club | Kangaroos
North Melbourne Football Club | Kangaroos
MelbourneThe 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 ..

Melbourne
View Event: Richmond Football Club | Tigers
Richmond Football Club | Tigers
@ Swinburne Centre | Punt Road Oval | Richmond

MelbourneThe Richmond Football Club are the reigning 2020 AFL premiers. Richmond Football Club enjoyed its most successful era in the 1960s and 80s, when it won five flags. The last Tigers flag was in 2020, when Damien Hardwick's remark ..

Melbourne
View Event: St Kilda Football Club | Saints
St Kilda Football Club | Saints
@ Rsea Park | Moorabbin Oval | Moorabbin

MelbourneThe St Kilda Football Club is one of the foundation clubs of the Victorian Football League which evolved into the AFL in 1990. The Saints are one of 18 clubs who compete in the national competition, representing more than 40,00 ..

Melbourne
View Event: Western Bulldogs Football Club
Western Bulldogs Football Club
MelbourneSince joing the league in 1925, the doggies based at the Whitten Oval have won two premierships in 1954 and 2016, enjoying a strong and passionate supporter base. The Western Oval is located in West Footscray and was renamed Wh ..

Melbourne

INTERSTATE TEAMS [MENS]


Adelaide Football Club | Crows - South Australia

Brisbane Football Club | Lions - Queensland

Fremantle Football Club | Dockers - Western Australia

Gold Coast Football Club | Suns - Queensland

GWS Giants | Greater Western Sydney - New South Wales

Port Adelaide Football Club | Power - South Australia

Sydney Football Club | Swans - New South Wales

Tasmania Devils | Hobart - Tasmania

West Coast Eagles | Perth - Western Australia


A.C.T (Canberra), Northern Territory and Tasmania* are not represented in the competition but games are played there during each season.

Hawthorn and North Melbourne play a number of "home" games in Tasmania. GWS Giants play a number of "home" games in Canberra (ACT).

*Every fan eagerly looks forward to the AFL's newest team (Tasmania Devils) to join the competition (2028).

A.F.L WEB LINKS


Australian Football League | afl.com.au

AFL Grand Final Week

AFL Grand Final

AFL Women's League

A.F.L Clubs | Melbourne

A.F.L News & Web Links

Victorian Clubs & Associations

Grounds & Stadiums


Victoria


Melbourne Cricket Ground
Brunton Avenue, Jolimont, Vic 3002

More about the M.C.G.

Marvel Stadium
Harbour Esplanade, Docklands, Vic 3008

More about Marvel Stadium

GMHBA Stadium
La Trobe Terrace, Geelong, Vic 3220

More about GMHBA Stadium



Interstate



Adelaide Oval

Accor Stadium

Blundstone Arena

Cazaly's Stadium

ENGIE Stadium

GMHBA Stadium

Manuka Oval - Canberra

Mars Stadium - Ballarat

Norwood Oval - Coopers Stadium

Optus Stadium

People First Stadium (Carrara)

Summit Sport and Recreation Park (Adelaide)

Sydney Cricket Ground (SGC)

The Gabba

TIO Stadium - Darwin

TIO Traeger Park - Alice Springs

UTAS - University of Tasmania Stadium

Media


Foxtel

Channel Nine

Channel Seven

3AW | 693

ABC | 774

SEN1116

EON Sports Radio

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