Australian Football, or Aussie Rules, is a unique and dynamic sport that has delighted fans across Australia for over 150 years. The game, which combines elements of rugby, soccer, and Gaelic football, has grown steadily in popularity since its inception in the late 1800s. The Australian Football League (AFL) is the highest level professional competition and draws crowds of over 30,000 to each game. Aussie Rules is a fast-paced and entertaining sport, relying on teamwork, skill and courage. The rules are easy to understand, making the game accessible to all ages and genders. Aussie Rules is a sport that can be enjoyed by everyone, and its popularity is only set to continue in the years to come. So put on your footy boots, strap in and get ready for an exhilarating experience!
1) In 2010, which team won the AFL Premiership?
2) Who holds the record for the most individual goals kicked in a single game?
3) How many teams currently compete in the AFL?
4) What was the name of Richmond's 2017 Brownlow Medal winner?
5) How many premierships have Collingwood won?
6) In what year did Hawthorn win three consecutive premierships?
7) Who holds the record for the most career games?
8) What was the score of the 2006 AFL Grand Final?
9) Who kicked the goal in the dying seconds of the 1989 Grand Final that sealed the premiership for Hawthorn?
10) What event marked the official start of the AFL season in 2018?
11) In which year was the AFLW established?
12) The AFL Grand Final has been held every year since which year?
13) How many umpires officiate an AFL game?
14) What is the maximum number of players allowed on the field for each team during a game?
15) In what year was the AFL an officially recognised body?
16) Who was the first AFL player to kick over 100 goals in a season?
17) Who was the first Indigenous Australian to Captain an AFL team?
18) What is the total duration of an AFL match, including half time?
19) Where does the AFL hold its Grand Final?
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