2020 Shanghai Cup Cancelled; AFL Shanghai Match Relocated

The AFL, in conjunction with its joint venture partner Port Adelaide Football Club has today announced the Round 11, St Kilda vs Port Adelaide match scheduled for May 31 in Shanghai, China will be relocated to Australia. As a result, AFL Asia have announced that the 2020 Shanghai Cup scheduled for May 30 at Wellington […]

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AFL Asia’s Jam-packed calendar of events in 2020!

If you thought that the AFL Asia 2019 calendar of events was massive, well look out as the 2020 season is going to be an absolute monster year, with more football games, tours, tournaments, local leagues and events spread right throughout an extremely busy and jam-packed 12 months! Tournaments and games have already been played […]

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AFL Asia Top 10 Achievements of the Decade

As we countdown the final days of 2019, AFL Asia has taken an opportunity to reflect on the biggest achievements over the past decade throughout the region. Whilst the exact order of the top 10 may be debated, no one can dismiss that its been an outstanding decade for those involved in the AFL Asia […]

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2020 AFL Asia Individual Club/League Award Winners

AFL Asia has had a fantastic season on and off of the field and in doing so would like to celebrate each club’s / league’s award winners and accolade recipients. Big congratulations to all of the award winners and accolade recipients! Bali Geckos Greg Hinchliffe Medal (Best & Fairest) – Jack Ahearn  Runner-Up – Bryce […]

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AFL Asia Media Release – 2020 Asian Championships

2020 ASIAN CHAMPS TO BE HELD IN THAILAND ON AUGUST 29th AFL Asia are excited to announce that the AFL Asia 2020 Asian Championships will be held on Saturday August 29th, 2020 at the Thai Polo & Equestrian Club, in Pattaya, Thailand. After consultation with AFL Asia Full Members and receiving their positive feedback and […]

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AFL Asia Participation Growth in 2019

24% GROWTH IN PARTICIPATION ACROSS ASIA IN 2019

AFL Asia is delighted to announce an 24% increase in participation growth for the 2019 season, ultimately stemming off the back of an increase in local development, female, Auskick and school-based program participants, as well as natural growth across the region.   The growth in participation across the Asian region sees the total amount of participants […]

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New AAAB Members Formally Announced

After an extensive process AFL Asia are delighted to announce that Grant Dooley, Matt Gale, Tom Lashan, Jarrod Roberts and Chia Sabbatucci have been elected onto the inaugural AFL Asia Advisory Board (AAAB).  With a high calibre field of nominees to select from, the AAAB members were elected by AFL Asia’s Full Members in consultation […]

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The 14th Indochina Cup

The Indochina Cup is the annual tournament between the Vietnam Swans, Cambodian Eagles, Thailand Tigers, Laos Elephants and Myanmar. Played in different cities each year and decided in a round-robin format, the Cup decides regional bragging rights… so the competition is always heated! The 14th Edition of the Indochina Cup The ICC has recently been […]

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2018 AFL Asia Asian Championships held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia attracted over 500 players and 21 teams!

AFL Asia Advisory Board Proposal Passed Unanimously

The existing AFL Asia Committee recently put forward a proposal to it’s Full Members regarding a new AFL Asia Advisory Board (AAAB) being implemented and restructuring its level of governance to become a more formally recognized AFL International Affiliate under the AFL’s umbrella. The AAAB proposal was passed unanimously, which highlights the level support that […]

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AFL ASIA LOCAL DEVELOPMENT AT ALL TIME HIGH

The growth of local development continues to amaze those within AFL Asia footy circles and was certainly on display at our recent AFL Asia 2019 Asian Championships at the Thai Polo & Equestrian Club, Pattaya, Thailand. Record numbers of local players were a wonderful feature of our highly successful ‘Asian Champs’ with approximately 150 local players […]

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