The AFL Ramadan Dinner will take place in Sydney, Melbourne and for the first time in Adelaide this year.
Aiden King is collecting duplicate footy cards and donating them to those less fortunate
Get your football club involved in this great fundraising initiative
15 clubs will be part of the Sports Vision for Clubs program.
The Toyota Good for Footy Raffle gives clubs 100% of raffle proceeds
By Carlton development coach Michael Osborne
The power of interpretation has become equally as important as the power of observation
There are many sources where you can find out about the AFL's modern day tactics
Scott Whyte explains the importance of growth mindsets for young players at all levels
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 AFL High Performance Coaching Course
The AFL is looking for the best school student NAB AFL Fantasy Classic player in Australia!
A stirring final quarter has fired the Victorian All-Nations Squad to victory in the Grand Final of the Indigenous and Multicultural National Championships.
Former AFL player takes on development role with AFL Canada
Dayne Zorko and David Swallow will launch the 2016 NAB Auskick Season this Saturday at Wet’n’Wild
Nauru hold off Fiji to win the AFL U/15 Oceania Cup
EDFL umpire Jimmy Ainsworth officiated his 2000th game on the weekend
Di Phyland has notched up an incredible milestone in a career spanning more than 15 years
Ensuring umpire coaches manage their wellbeing and time commitment is crucial as finals near.
Wagga local umpire Abdullah Farah has showed plenty of promise in his debut season
With a career spanning across six decades, no one knows the ins and outs of the game of AFL like John Sullivan
This week the fantastic winning entries were announced at the National Gallery of Victoria
The term 2 Freo Dockers cup was incredibly successful with Emmanuel Catholic College and Kolbe Catholic College victorious
This program offers students in Years 8-10 the opportunity to develop skills various football areas
The WAFC and Fremantle FC provide opportunities for both male and female students to participate, at all ages
Australian Football in WA Schools continues to be the State’s number one participation sport