Any answer would be largely opinion-based.
It would appeal to most interested in sport, as are most other sports.
Well-known sports, similar to Australian football, might be Rugby, Irish football and, to a lesser degree, American football. The types of people that like those sports would ordinarily be attracted to 'footy', as Australians often call it.
It has often been dubbed a 'family game' - like many other sports. If one were to distinguish it from the bulk of sports, it is more of a rough and tumble game than most. In general terms, it is not for 'the faint-hearted'.
not so sure... but i think my teacher said it appeals to democrats.
The AFL - CIO is an alliance of labor unions, which is the largest of these groups. It promotes ethnic groups, age groups, religious groups, or gender groups.
main muscle groups used for AFL
The Teamsters and the AFL-CIO are examples of economic interest groups. Economic interest groups include organizations that represent big businesses or big labor groups.
Jainism appeal mostly to the lower class people
They must avoid overstepping their authority.
There is no AFL 2!
arent you a funny one
the afl store
The Fremantle Dockers joined the AFL in 1995.
where do afl do their match