No AFL team ever went undefeated. The 1972 Miami Dolphins are the only NFL team to have ever gone undefeated.
This has never been achieved. Although, in 1929 Collingwood went through the full season undefeated. Collingwood lost to Richmond in the first semi-final but went on to win the Premiership. Under the then rules, the minor premiers were always in the Grand Final. So the answer is that it has never happened that a team has remained undefeated for a whole year.
The last-placed AFL team 'receives' a wooden spoon.
Lance Franklin in 2009 was the last player to score 100 goals in an AFL season
Yes. The New England Patriots beat the New York Giants 38-35 on December 29, 2007 to culminate an undefeated regular season in 2007. This is a remarkable feat. Previously, the 1972 Miami Dolphins had been the only team since the AFL-NFL merger to have an undefeated regular season. The 1972 Dolphins a 17-game regular season while the Patriots played a 16-game regular season.
AFL Premiership 2007 was the last edition of the Premiership Edition. There was no AFL game for 2008, although there is a game on PSP called AFL Challenge. The game is based on the 2009 Season.
1995, vs Geelong
Each team in the AFL (Australian Football League) plays 22 regular-season games every year. There are 18 teams in the AFL, so the total regular-season games played in the league is 396. The AFL also has one pre-season game called the NAB Cup, the playoffs (featuring the best 8 teams) and the AFL Grand Final.
1972 Miami Dolphins (17-game regular season) and the 2007 New England Patriots (16-game regular season). Chicago Bears in 1934 and 1942 before the AFL-NFL merger.
Aussie rules started in 1858. But the AFL didn't start until 1897, the Essendon Bombers were the first team to win a grand final. The season starts at the end of Feburary or the start of March, the season ends on the last day of September were the 2 lucky teams fight it out for the holy grail!!!