If you are talking about Gaelic Football and Australian rules teams, then the answer is no. The first time Gaelic Football and Australian rules teams played each other was in 1967. A Meath team played an Australian team.
australian rules football
The first ever game of 'Australian Rules' football was between Melbourne Grammar School and Scotch College in 1858.
AFL, or Australian Football League - Football (Australian Rules)
Football, Footy, Australian Rules Football, Aussie Rules, Aerial Ping Pong.
Australian rules football started in melborne, Victoria in 1859.
Australian rules football is a game played by two teams each comprising 18 players. The field of play is oval in shape, as is the ball. Information about Australian rules football can be found on Wikipedia.
Rowing, backstroke swimming and Australian rules football
The first match was played in 1859 between Melbourne Grammar school and Scotch College.
Cricket, tennis, and Australian rules football
Australian Rules Football and Gaelic Football were his two main sports.
Gaelic Football and Australian Rules Football are similar in many ways, but also different in many ways. Some of the most obvious differences are as follows: Gaelic Football is played with a round ball whereas Australian Rules Football is played with an oval shaped ball. Gaelic Football is played on a rectangular shaped pitch, whereas Australian Rules Football is played on an oval-shaped pitch. There is no goalkeeper in Australian Rules Football. The scoring system and the structure of the goals are different. Australian Rules footballers are professional, while Gaelic Football is an amateur sport. Tackling rules are different with Australian Rules Football having higher contact levels. However, there are also similarities in the games. Look at YouTube features many videos for both games. This set of 3 videos give a good overview of Gaelic Football: http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=iIlsRsMMJUc http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=dpdoJnsDHIY http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ip9dNCuy_k
AFL ( Australian Rules Football)
The Melbourne Football Club which was founded on 14 May 1859.
Australian Rules Football.
Shane Radbone is a former Australian rules football player. He played for the Essendon Football Club and the Sturt Football Club.
In terms of what is played: Football (soccer), netball, cricket and Australian rules.In terms of what is watched/supported: Australian rules, cricket, rugby and football (soccer).
A backman is a position in Australian rules football - there are six backmen - acting as defenders, on an 18-strong Australian rules football side.
It depends on which code of football you are referring to. European football has been played for hundreds of years, Gaelic Football for over a thousand years, American Football and Australian Rules Football are very recent versions or codes and only played for 150 to 200 years. You need to specify which code e.g. soccer, gridiron auusie rules, rugby, gaelic football etc.
The first known game was on 15 June 1858 between Scotch College and Melbourne Grammar School.
You can find the rules for Australian football online at websites such as Point Me To It and WikiHow. You can also find the different between Australian and American football by visiting its associated Wikipedia page.
Australian rules football
Australian Rules Football
yes it is, it stands for Australian Football League, which is the highest league level of Australian Rules Football