About AFL Masters

AFL Masters is Australian Rules Football for mature footballers (over 35 years of age) & is designed to allow those who still love their footy to play in a modified & safe environment, as well as enjoy social contact with family involvement off the field.

AFL Masters is played in the spirit of footy for fun & is supported by a strict code of conduct.

Originally known as Superules, the concept was formulated in country Victoria in 1980. Within a few years the concept had spread to others states with National Carnivals held every year since 1983 on-wards. The name later changed to Masters Australian Football. After direct affiliation with the AFL in 2008, we are now officially branded AFL Masters & recognised & supported by both the AFL and the Australian Sports Commission.

The 2010 National Carnival saw 1100 players competing in 5 age groups (in Divisions 1 & 2 ), representing every State and Territory in Australia. The 2011 Sunshine Coast Carnival saw Tasmania take a first ever 6 teams in 5 age groups to the Carnival in Maroochydore.

If you are interested in playing AFL Masters for Launceston – head to our Club Information page by clicking here.

You can also view the AFL Masters Website for further information.