Home of Australian Football
Australian Football is the national game of Australia. Although Australian Football is the official name, the sport is commonly called Australian Rules Football or Aussie Rules, AFL (after the name of the national league) or just football or footy. Outside of Australia it is mostly played by expat Australians. There are many Australian Football leagues around the world, including some in Europe and North America.
- 2016 AFL Combine results [Oct '16]
- National Women's League [June '16]
- 2016 International Combines [May '16]
- 2015 AFL Combine results [Oct '15]
- 2015 AFL Combine participants list [Sep '15]
- International combine results from 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 [June '15]
- 2014 AFL Combine results and participants list [Sep '14]
- skill tests: kicking efficiency , goalkicking accuracy and handball [Sep '13]
- 2013 AFL Combine results [Sep '13]
- Fitness components for AFL [Feb '13]
In 1996, Aussie Rules reached number one and in doing so pushed out swimming as the sport most Australians attend, participate in, watch, listen or read about. Swimming is second, with cricket, rugby league, football, rugby union, motor car racing, golf and netball rounding out the top 10. (see about Most Popular Sports in Australia)
- SCIENCE: On this site you will find a great article about nutrition for AFL. There is also a list of the tests conducted at the AFL Draft Camp and info about fitness for AFL.
- HISTORY: Read about the origins of AFL in Australia, and team profiles of each AFL club.
- RESOURCES: Check out these AFL player profiles and team songs. The finals system is explained.
- AFL Lists: AFL Premiers, Brownlow Medal winners, and the grand Final Sprint winners. The losers are here too - see the list of Wooden Spoon winners for coming last in the AFL competition.
- IMAGES: Clipart of AFL players and equipment, AFL Photo Collection.
- INFORMATION: collection of AFL Trivia, quotes and books for sale.