A sport that is played in Australia.
There are 36 players on the field, 18 per side.
There are two ways to score points, either kick it through the posts in middle, and gain six points, but if you miss and only get it through the posts at the side, you only get one point, and the other team gets a free kick.
Australian Rules Football has been played in Australia since 1858, and the Australian Football League first begun in 1897.
It is currently played in Western Australian (West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers), South Australia (Adelaide Crows, Port Power), Victoria (Geelong Cats, Essendon Bombers, North Melbourne Kangaroos, Carlton Blues, Melbourne Demons, Collingwood Magpies, Richmond Tigers, Hawthorn Hawks, St Kilda Saints), New South Wales (Sydney Swans) and Queensland (Brisband Lions).
"Did you see the AFL last night?"
"Who was playing?"
"Crows played the Power, great game."