With Sports Medicine Australia the AFL will be running specific sports trainers courses at Hawthorn Football Club during October.
Ireland has landed a double header, winning both the men's and women's 2011 International Cups
Community clubs such as the Geelong Falcons are a wellspring of elite AFL playing talent
AFL personalities unite to promote positive spectator behaviour during the finals
The AFL has annouced an expanded AIS/AFL Academy with a two tier model for its 15th intake
Following the U16 championships Peter Schwab believes we can consistently develop international talent for the highest level
The football world mourns the passing of four-time premiership coach Allan Jeans.
Schwab explains that talented juniors should aim to play creative, sporting and winning football.
Schwab says tackling should aim to dispossess an opponent or minimise their ball use
Auskick coordinator develops a training program that allows young Tyler, who is vision impaired, to play Auskick
AFL clubs set to assess talent at a combine in Ireland
Essendon star Nathan Lovett-Murray will captain the All-Stars tomorrow night
Indigneous U16s team, Flying Boomerangs win two out of two in South Africa
Lance Franklin will lead Indigenous All-Stars team against Richmond in Alice Springs
Long-time AFL talent guru Kevin Sheehan has been awarded an OAM
The AFL Umpiring Department has reiterated how umpires should apply the Advantage Law.
It is time the 'maggot' label was buried and umpires were celebrated, writes a Cats fan
Western Sydney Umpires have implemented a program to support club umpires
SANFL coaches, captains and players gained an appreciation for umpiring by donning a ‘green shirt’ as part of Thanks Ump weekend recently.
Female umpires took charge of an Eastern FL match to coincide with the AFL's Women's Round
The Fremantle Dockers launched their 2012 Community Development program
Eagles' star, Mark LeCras launches Eagles Cup and Eagles Faction Football Primary school competitions
Online map highlights Indigenous players around the country
The WAFC Schoolgirls Cup kicks off in May with over 50 schools participating
Kids buddy handshake will help put an end to bullying