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
The AFL has released two online education modules - Illicit Drugs in Sport and Violence against Women.
OPSM are offering clubs the chance to share in $30,000 of fantastic prizes
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
Dan Lowther discusses how a player can impact a game without having the ball
Essendon VFL Assistant Coach Kyle Hardingham outlines how a quality backline operates
How well do you teach your players the Laws of the Game?
Raising money to replace a swag of stolen footies. That's good for footy!
Watch replays of matches from Indianapolis where Austin were crowned as champions
The 6th edition of the International Cup will be held from Aug 5 Ė 19 in 2017
The AFL is pleased to announce Rio Tinto as the principal partner to all of its Indigenous Programs for the next four years.
The AFL & Victorian Multicultural Commission conducted it's inaugural AFL Africa Day morning tea
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
How do you spell 'umpire' in Greek? Find out in multicultural round
All Fremantle Football Clubís playing group assisted the WA Football Commission by promoting the 2015 Play AFL Campaign
More than 30 lucky teachers from primary and secondary schools in WA experienced what life is like for the West Coast Eagles
2014 was a historic year with St Patrickís College Ballarat winning their fifth consecutive Herald Sun Shield
Last month, the AFL Schools Program in Northern Territory had 75 students aged from four to seven visit Fredís Pass Reserve.
There are currently 10 schools involved, with sessions running in the North Adelaide metropolitan and Sturt Country regions