There are 13 players on an Australian rugby league team.
Much more then Australian Rugby League players
AFL (Australian football league) and Rugby league
Oval. A Gilbert football for Rugby Union, a Steeden Football for Rugby League and a Sherrin for Australian Rules Football (AFL).
AFL (Australian Football League) NRL (National Rugby League)
Association football, soccer, there are 11 players a side. Rugby football; rugby union has 15 a side, rugby league has 13. Australian football, Aussie Rules, has 18 a side. Gaelic football has 15 a side. American football has 11 a side. Canadian football has 12 a side. Winchester football has either 6, 10, or 15 a side.
Australian rules football (commonly locally called "footy" and which is vastly different from English football, rugby league, rugby union, or American football) is considered Australian because it was invented and developed in Melbourne, Australia.
Rugby league is by far dominant in Australia. Union is the fourth most popular code of football, after Rugby League, Australian Rules and Soccer.
Garry Schofield has written: 'Tries the limit' -- subject(s): Biography, Rugby League football, Rugby League football players
That depends on which form of football is being played. American football 11 players per team = 22 Association football 11 players per team = 22 Canadian football 12 players per team = 24 Rugby league football 13 players per team = 26 Rugby union football 15 players per team = 30 Gaelic football 15 players per team = 30 Australian Rules football 18 players team = 36
Australian rules football, cricket and rugby league.