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NAB AFL Auskick makes learning to play Australian Football fun, safe and easy for boys and girls. Through weekly coaching sessions they will learn the skills of the game in an exciting, social and safe environment.

Children will be taught fundamental motor skills and learn how to interact with others as part of a team. With NAB AFL Auskick centres all over the country, find your closest centre via the Register link.

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Junior football provides boys and girls the opportunity to make friends, keep active and learn new skills in a supportive environment. Junior Football involves a fixture of matches in a team environment. Played on smaller grounds, the rules are tailored to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all involved.

With more than 150 junior leagues across Australia, find your closest club via the Register link.

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Community football clubs provide an opportunity for players to participate in football competitions from a social to sub-elite level.

Players of Senior Football, open-age and AFL Masters enjoy heightened fitness, improved communication skills and a great sense of teamwork. With club football being the backbone of many communities, it’s always a great time to play. Find your closest club via the Register link.

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Female Football is a great way for girls and women to make friends, keep active and learn new skills. Female Football continues to grow at a rapid rate, meaning accessing a single gender team locally is easier than ever. The participation pathway provides opportunities to players of all skill levels and aspirations, including exciting new talent development opportunities. The future of Female Football looks bright, so find your closest club via the Register link.

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McDonald's AFL 9s is the social version of Australian Football. It's a fast, free-flowing game that involves 9 players on each team playing on a smaller field. It’s ‘touch football’ with no tackling or bumping, making it suitable for people of any age or skill level. McDonald's AFL 9s is easy to play and provides an environment where fun, enjoyment and safety are a priority. Create a team or sign up as an individual. Find your closest venue via the Register link.

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AFL Active is a group fitness program designed by AFL experts. The program is built on the principles of having variety in your workout and doesn't require kicking, marking or handballing. By using the unique combination of endurance, speed, strength, agility and dynamic movement, participants can burn over 600 calories within a 50 minute workout. AFL Active has launched in Victoria, so find a trainer near you via the Register link. For those living outside of Victoria email aflactive@afl.com.au to register interest.

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Learn

Australian Football is an exciting sport to watch and play. If you're new to the game, learning some basics is a great place to start.

The Rules

Watch some of the AFL's best players demonstrate key aspects of the game. Learn about rules and positions on a typical Australian Football field.

AFL Explained

The Skills

Get some expert tips and learn techniques from AFL coaches and players, including kicking, handballing, marking, ball-handling, tackling and ruck work.

skills guide

Assist

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in Australian Football beyond playing the game. Could administering the game be right for you?

Coaches

Teaching the skills and tactics of Australian Football is a rewarding experience. The quality of coaching is critical to the development, enjoyment and retention of players at every level. Gain the required skills, knowledge and values needed by becoming an accredited coach.

Become a coach

Umpires

Umpiring Australian Football provides an opportunity for people of all football backgrounds to get closer to the on-field action while being paid. As part of a great team, umpires learn important leadership skills, enjoy high levels of fitness and have fun while they work.

Become an umpire

Teachers

If you’re interested in teaching Australian Football at your school, the Woolworths AFL School Ambassador program can help. The program aims to resource, recognise and reward teachers who promote the game in schools and the broader community.

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Your AFL

Find your nearest community club and manage your AFL Footy profile.

Find your local club

If you are interested in playing NAB AFL Auskick, Juniors, Club or Female Football, use the locator to find your local club.

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Participants can access their football career statistics, and update their communication preferences and contact details anytime.

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