Footy, Aussie rules
One can find a schedule for AFL (Australian Football League) football games, on the official website of the AFL (Australian Football League). Another way to find a schedule for the AFL is to use the official AFL mobile application.
It is called AFL (Australian Football League) and us aussies call it footy.
Well im not sure how, but NFL stands for National Football League. There used to be the AFL (American Football League) but the NFL and AFL merged.
AFL is the Arena Football League. Two examples of AFL football etiquette include not fighting with the referee and shaking hands at the end of the game.
Futball is another word for what is known as football in Europe, or soccer in the United States. Football is soccer in the USA etc, or AFL in Australia.
No, you don't need a parent to attend an AFL football match.
In Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia, and Northern Territory Australian rules football is simply known as Football and colloquially Footy. In the states where rugby league is more common, NSW and Queensland, the sport is sometimes erroneously call 'AFL'. This comes because the national competition is called the AFL - Australian Football League. This shouldn't happen because AFL is the name of the competition, not the sport. It would be the same as saying Tiger Woods plays USA PGA Tour, whereas he plays Golf.