The first ever 'Keep Your Cool' Round, which was held on Sunday (May 25) in the MPJFL, has been labelled a huge success.
The AFL has released two online education modules - Illicit Drugs in Sport and Violence against Women.
24 female footballers were drafted ahead of the AFL Women's Exhibition match on June 29
WA & the Woomeras take out titles in another memorable Youth Girls Nationals
Apply to OPSM for the chance to receive cash, Sherrins & eye screenings to help your club
Good ruck players are worth their weight in gold in big games. Where can you find them?
Statistical analysis shows that most of these myths are not backed up by the facts
David Wheadon explores the causes of inaccuracy in front of goal
Torin Baker discusses how coaches can educate their players to play multiple roles
The football world is mourning the loss of a coaching icon and one of the game’s great men.
Day 1 results
The National AFL Female KickStart Championships kicked off in Burbengary, Queensland at the Moreton Bay Regional Sports Complex
The 2014 USAFL National Championships will hit Dublin, Ohio and clubs across the country are intently making their final preparations
The Jim Stynes Scholarships are named after Jim Stynes in recognition of his outstanding efforts not only as a professional Australian Football player and administrator, but also as a philanthropist, charity worker and writer. During his 264-game career with Melbourne Football Club in the...
Play the AFL’s fun, fast, social version of the game this Spring
The NAB AFL U18 Champs is a great opportunity for emerging umpires to display their talent
This week sees the AFL promote the benefits of umpiring at the grassroots level
Current Brisbane based NEAFL field umpire Matt Young shares his experience from the AIS/AFL Academy trip to Europe.
We want to hear from you if you are currently or have been a Green Shirt Umpire in the past
Former AFL Umpires Coach Rowan Sawers appointed as EDFL Umpires Coach.
The Carroll Cup competition continues to be the pinnacle of sporting competitions for high school students in the Wagga Wagga
On Wednesday 4th of June, AFL Victoria kicked off the Herald Sun Shield
The McLeod Challenge is a round robin competition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls and boys in years eight and nine.
Tayla Harris from Albany Creek High School in Queensland was drafted to Melbourne at selection 17
For your chance to win some fantastic prizes, be apart of this year's AFL Quiz, beginning on Monday 26th May