Australian Rules Football Culture

Australian rules football culture is the cultural aspects surrounding the game of Australian rules football, particular as it applies to Australia and areas where it is most popular. This article explores aspects and issues surrounding the game itself, as well as that of the players, and society.

Australian Rules is a sport rich in tradition and Australian cultural references, especially surrounding the rituals of gameday for players, officials and supporters.

Read more about Australian Rules Football Culture:  Popularity, Team Rivalries, Injuries, Health Issues and Prevention, Australian Rules in Popular Culture, AFL Players and The Media, Betting, Women, Multiculturalism, Racial Vilification, Player Drug Abuse

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