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AFL Football in Australia
Australian rules football, or AFL as it is commonly known, is the premier winter sport in Australia, with the season taking place from March through to September each year.
The highlight of the AFL season is the AFL Grand Final which is generally held on the last Saturday in September at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne.
Every now and then the Grand Final is played in the first week of October. Generally this is due to other major sports events happening at the time.
Latest AFL news
THE AFL will retain the bounce for the 2017 premiership season, despite a push from umpires to have it scrapped and the ball only thrown up.
RICHMOND and Adelaide Crows fans will get their first glimpses of their sides for 2017 when they make their JLT Community Series debuts on Friday night.
GWS is confident gun recruit Brett Deledio will play in at least one preseason game as he continues his quest to be fit for Round 1.
FALLEN AFL premiership player Ben Cousins is facing fresh charges related to drugs and family violence.
BROWNLOW medallist Ben Cousins will spend tonight and the next two weeks in jail after being refused bail on another set of allegations of breaching a violence restraining order, along with aggravated stalking and possession of eight grams of meth.