Exactly that: leagues. There is the AFL (Australian Football League), and some lower level leagues: SANFL (South Australian National Football League), WAFL (West Australian Football League), VFL (Victorian Football League), etc.
It is called AFL (Australian Football League) and us aussies call it footy.
It's called a field or an oval.
In Australia that is why it is called Australian football league
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.
Its 1872 and yes Soccer was called Football in Europe and soccer the real Football because they use their feet and Australian or American Football should be called Handball or Handegg because they use more hands for handpasses and throws and it doesnt involved kicking except Australian football
Australian Football League was created in 1897.
Because it began as a kicking-oriented game and is one of the world's football codes, along with association football (soccer), rugby football, Gaelic football, and Australian rules football.
Because it began as a kicking-oriented game and is one of the world's football codes, along with association football (soccer), Rugby football, Gaelic football, and Australian rules football.
there are 9 players in an Australian football game
Because football is its original name, as the ball is kicked by the foot. It is called football around the vast majority of the world, it is only in America where 'American Football' is so popular it is called soccer. Soccer is sometimes used in Australia due to Australian Rules Football. Both American and Australian Rules football are variations of soccer (football) hence there names.
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