Rules Football

Some articles on rules football, football:

Lists Of Australian Rules Football Leagues
... There are several lists of Australian rules football leagues List of Australian rules football leagues in Australia List of Australian rules football leagues outside Australia For more lists ...
List Of AFL Debuts In 2008
... The Australian Football League (AFL) is the highest level of professional Australian rules football competition in Australia ... Founded in 1897 as the Victorian Football League (VFL), it originally consisted of eight teams based in the Australian state of Victoria before becoming established as a national competition and ... The season celebrated the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Australian football as a sport in 1858 ...
Rec Footy - Comparisons With Australian Rules Football - Field Size, Number of Players and Duration of Play
... Rec Footy teams are much smaller than Australian Rules Football, with two teams of 8 ... Unlike Australian Rules Football, unlimited number of interchange players are allowed ... field is also much smaller than an Australian Rules Football oval, consisting of a rectangular surface with a maximum length of 100 metres by 50 metres wide ...
Northern Territory Women's Aussie Rules Football Association
... The Northern Territory Women's Aussie Rules Football Association (NTWARFA) is the governing body of the sport of Women's Australian rules football in the ...
Sin Bin - Other Sports
... form Bandy Field hockey Handball International Rules football Lacrosse Ringette Water polo Roller Derby The hybrid sport of International Rules football ... to introduce penalty boxes in association football (soccer) have been discussed by the International Football Association Board, but a proposal by the Irish ... In small sided football (i.e ...

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