AFL Betting

 

AFL Betting Options

Popular markets for AFL markets include betting on the head-to-head markets where you back a team to win. Another popular market is the handicap where you can back a team with a plus or minus and if they win by more than the minus allocated then you win. Alternatively, if you back the plus and your team lose or win by less than the allocated number you are a winner. Total points markets are also a popular bet type for AFL punters.

AFL betting odds are also offered on who will be awarded the prestigious Brownlow Medal as well as the Coleman Medal. These markets are very popular with punters throughout the year as the favourite can change drastically as the season progresses.

First goal scorer is also a popular market with forward the main amount of money being held on forwards who kick plenty of goals.

 

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About AFL

 

AFL History

AFL was invented as a way for cricketers to stay fit during the winter break. Australian Rules Football or Aussie Rules has grown into the highest attended and most watched sport in Australia. The game began in an 1858 schoolboy match between Scotch College and Melbourne Grammar. Aussie Rules burst into Victoria in the early 1900s with the creation of the VFL in 1896, and interstate expansion since the 1980s has meant AFL has become the national code.

AFL has the highest spectator attendance and television viewership of all sports in Australia. It’s annual Grand Final played in September or October every year is the highest attended club event in the world. The sport is also played at amateur level in many countries and in numerous variations. The game’s rules are governed by the AFL Commission with the advice of the AFL’s Laws of the Game Committee.
Aussie Rules is a sport rich in tradition and Australian cultural references, especially surrounding the rituals of game day for players, officials and supporters.

Australian Rules Football Hall of Fame

The 100 year anniversary of the VFL/AFL in 1996, the Australian Football Hall of Fame was established. In that year 136 identities were inducted, including 100 players, 10 coaches, 10 umpires, 10 administrators and six media representatives.

The Legend status was bestowed on 12 members of the Hall of Fame in 1996: Ron Barassi, Haydn Bunton Sr., Roy Cazaly, John Coleman, Jack Dyer, Polly Farmer, Leigh Matthews, John Nicholls, Bob Pratt, Dick Reynolds, Bob Skilton and Ted Whitten.

The following thirteen members have been promoted to the status of “Legend” since 1996:
Ian Stewart (1997), Gordon Coventry (1998), Peter Hudson (1999), Kevin Bartlett (2000), Barrie Robran (2001), Bill Hutchison (2003), Jock McHale (2005), Darrel Baldock (2006), Norm Smith (2007), Alex Jesaulenko (2008), Kevin Murray (2010), Barry Cable (2012), and Tony Lockett (2015).

AFL Statistics

  • 7,517,677 total attendance in 2019AFL premiership season
  • 63,317 – The average attendance per game for 2019 AFL season
  • 1,057,572 – The total number of AFL club members in 2019– One in 24 Australians is a member of an AFL club.
  • 1,649,178 domestic participation in the game in 2018

 

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AFL Teams

Club Home Ground Capacity Debut PREMIERSHIPS
Adelaide Crows AAMI Stadium 51,515 1991 2
Brisbane Lions The Gabba 42,000 1997 3
Carlton Blues Etihad Stadium 53,355 1897 16
Collingwood Magpies Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,018 1897 15
Essendon Bombers Etihad Stadium 53,355 1897 16
Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium 60,000 1995 0
Geelong Cats Kardinia Park 28,000 1897 9
Gold Coast Suns Carrara Stadium 25,000 2011 0
Greater Western Sydney Giants GIANTS Stadium & UNSW Canberra Oval 24,000 & 13,500 2012 0
Hawthorn Hawks Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,018 1925 11
Melbourne Demons Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,018 1897 12
North Melbourne Kangaroos Etihad Stadium 53,355 1925 4
Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval 51,515 1997 1
Richmond Tigers Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,018 1908 12
St Kilda Saints Etihad Stadium 53,355 1897 1
Sydney Swans Sydney Cricket Ground 48,601 1897 5
West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium 60,000 1987 4
Western Bulldogs Etihad Stadium 53,355 1925 2

AFL Premiers

Season Premiers Score Runners-up Minor Premiers Norm Smith Medal Brownlow Medal Winner
2019 Richmond 114-25 Greater Western Sydney Geelong Dustin Martin Nat Fyfe
2018 West Coast 79-74 Collingwood Richmond Luke Shuey Tom Mitchell
2017 Richmond 108-60 Adelaide Adelaide Dustin Martin Dustin Martin
2016 Western Bulldogs 89-67 Sydney Sydney Jason Johannisen Patrick Dangerfield
2015 Hawthorn 107-61 West Coast Eagles Fremantle Cyril Rioli Nathan Fyfe
2014 Hawthorn 137-74 Sydney Sydney Luke Hodge Matt Priddis
2013 Hawthorn 77-62 Fremantle Hawthorn Brian Lake Gary Ablett Jr
2012 Sydney Swans 91-81 Hawthorn Hawthorn Ryan O’Keefe Trent Cotchin / Sam Mitchell
2011 Geelong 119-81 Collingwood Collingwood Jimmy Bartel Dane Swan
2010 Collingwood 108-52 St Kilda Collingwood Scott Pendelbury Chris Judd
2009 Geelong 80-68 St Kilda St Kilda Paul Chapman Gary Ablett Jr
2008 Hawthorn 115-89 Geelong Geelong Luke Hodge Adam Cooney
2007 Geelong 163-44 Port Adelaide Geelong Steve Johnson Jimmy Bartel
2006 West Coast 85-84 Sydney West Coast Andrew Embley Adam Goodes

 

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