AFL London

The History

First formed in 1989, AFL London was formerly known as the British Australian Rules Football League (BARFL).   Eight clubs participated in the inaugural season in 1990. Of the foundation teams, four still survive in West London, North London, Wimbledon (formerly the London Hawks) and Wandsworth.

With more than 20 years of history, AFL London is one of the oldest competitions outside Australia, and arguably the strongest in terms of player numbers and quality of football.

The Divisions

Men's Premiership
Women's Premiership
Men's Conference
Women's Conference
Men's Social

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1871886246360.5728
2871917314287.4628
3844625422148.116
481724896725.24
581718391020.04

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1880433351237.132
2853261106255.3420
384414725157.4816
482611731637.348
58177532523.084

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21073836348282.8928
31055755438159.0120
4103744167165.5712
5102831086335.968
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197218470262.8628
2963232137169.3424
3936208167124.5512
49278133124.478

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1862491203280.3024
2862543210258.5724
3853415249163.6420
4853443323137.1520
583531847447.2112
682616470531.718
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2018 Premiers

2018 Best & Fairest

Men's Premiership - Paul Fry (North London Lions)

Men's Conference - Harrison Pearce (Wandsworth Demons)

Women's Premiership - Kylie Russo (North London Lions)

Women's Conference - Dee Kelly (Putney Magpies)

Men's Social - Simon Kenny (North London Lions)