List of Australian Rules Football Clubs in Australia

This is a list of clubs that play Australian rules football in Australia at the senior level. Guide to abbreviations:

  • FC = Football Club
  • AFC = Australian Football Club (mainly used if in Queensland or NSW or outside Australia) / Amateur Football Club (mainly used in the other Australian States)
  • ARFC = Australian Rules Football Club

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List Of Australian Rules Football Clubs In Australia - Metropolitan / Country Level - Australian Capital Territory - AFL Canberra
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