Aussie Rules Football Rules Aussie Rules has been around since 1841 in some form or another.
The Australian Football League, more commonly known as Aussie Rules or AFL is a phenomenon in Australia.
Watching or playing a game of Aussie Rules for the first time can be confusing, so here's some of the basic rules to get you started.
Saturday's matches were marked by people showing support for Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes, including Lewis Jetta, who performed an indigenous dance in tribute.
In 2016, about 106,000 people played in structured competitions outside of Australia and at least 20 leagues that are recognised by the game's governing body, exist outside Australia.
Aussie Rules (‘Australian Rules football’ or ‘footy’ to give its Australian monicker) is extremely popular in its homeland and continues to grow elsewhere.
Up to date training information for Aussie Rules / AFL Football.
Australian rules football has had difficulty putting a potential concussion issue into context as studies reveal how head trauma affects its players.
For the sport itself, see Australian rules football.
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