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AFL Matches

Richmond vs Essendon | 123 Markets
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Geelong vs Fremantle | 118 Markets
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Gold Coast vs Brisbane | 122 Markets
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St Kilda vs Hawthorn | 123 Markets
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West Coast vs Melbourne | 123 Markets
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Aussie Rules - Australia's Number One Sport


Ferocious man-on-man contests, extraordinary high marks, unique skills and remarkable athleticism - Australian Rules football is a beguiling sport. With 18 teams spread over five States, the AFL has become a powerhouse, with the fourth-highest average attendances of any professional sports competition on the planet. Crowds of up to 100,000 people surge into colossal stadiums to urge on their team.


Pride On The Line

The season starts in the less pressurised environment of the pre-season NAB Cup but as the regular season progresses the stakes grow ever larger as teams jostle for position on the AFL ladder. Marquee games like the Western Derby evoke a level of passion which represents the Australian Football League at its most intense both on the field and off, where fans studiously monitor the AFL betting odds.

Then September rolls around and the footy somehow takes on an even more manic, gladiatorial nature during the finals series. The build-up of desire, desperation and dedication all overflows on the final day of the season - the AFL Grand Final. Think Geelong vs Hawthorn in 1989, or the famous Sydney-West Coast Grand Finals of 2005-06 - these games are fascinating and ferocious as the teams battle to claim the premiership. Decked out in the colours of their club, fanatical supporters debate the tactics and match ups which will influence punters involved in AFL premiership betting. In the end though, it all comes down to that final siren - arms aloft, the victors are ecstatic. Watching on, we are all enthralled.


Individual Contests Within A Team Sport

Across the country in 2015, Aussie Rules players will throw their bodies through the air or at opponents as they strive for victory and individual honours. In State leagues, they're vying for prizes like the Sandover Medal and the Magarey Medal. Take one of those home and your chances spike of being recruited to the pinnacle of the sport, the AFL, where the elite players are rewarded by earning the Brownlow Medal, Coleman Medal, Norm Smith Medal or the Rising Star award. Aussie football is a team sport though and the medal around a player's neck doesn't mean as much if his club hasn't had a good season.