Australian rules football has twenty-four people on the field from each team. Positions played include forwards, defenders, midfielders, wingmen, centers, and followers (ruckman, ruck-rovers, rovers).
There are 18 players on the field, 3 interchange players (which can be swapped as often as desired) and 1 substitute (who can come on only for a player that takes no further part in the match).
18 players and 4 interchange players and in the pre season 6 interchange players
at a football macth there could be 20,000-80,000. but in a grand final ther could be 120,000
18 players on each team + 4 in interchange
Many millions - including past players and the many internationals now.
18 on the field, 3 interchange, 1 substitute.
There are 18 on the field from each team but in a selection there are 22 players plus a substitute plus 2 emergencies hope I have answered it!!
four on the bench and then some emergencies if some of the players on the interchange bench pull out
There is no minimum number of games that an Australian rules football player has to play to qualify for finals. It depends on if your team makes it to the finals, then the coach can choose whichever players he thinks are best to play in the finals .
In Australian Rules there are 18 players from each team on the field.
What kind of football? American football, Association Football or Australian Rules?
22 players 6 defenders 5 midfielders 1 ruck 6 forwards 4 interchange
In the Australian Football League There are 18 players from each team on the field, 3 interchange players, and 1 substitute player.
There are many different rules for playing football as a kid. While some of them are the same as in the National Football League, most are revised for younger players.
The sport with the most players on the field at any one time is Australian Rules Football, with 18 men from both teams, meaning 36 players in total, With an additional 4 players on the interchange bench, who aren't considered subs as the bench is freely interchangeable during regular gameplay, at times reaching 100 rotations a game
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The Carlton Football Club, nicknamed "The Blues", are the only professional team representing Carlton in the Australian Football League (AFL). They are one of 18 teams playing Australian rules football.
Each team has 22 players. Only 18 can be on the field at any time.
Australian rules football is officially 150 years old this year in 2008. Initially drafted in 1858 in Melbourne, the game drew on various drafts that existed in the british (empire) school system at the time (many of which included rules on carrying the ball, pushing/hacking or tackling and the number of players on field) and possibly was influenced by Indigenous/Aboriginal football documented in early lithographs of Victoria. This earliest documented draft pre-dates the formation of Associated Football (soccer) by five years.