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2014 AFL Annual Report

View the 2014 Australian Football League Annual Report (PDF - 19.0mb)

2013 AFL Annual Report

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2012 AFL Annual Report

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2011 AFL Annual Report

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2010 AFL Annual Report

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2009 AFL Annual Report

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2008 AFL Annual Report

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2007 AFL Annual Report

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2006 AFL Annual Report

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2005 AFL Annual Report

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Total attendance for the 2014 Toyota AFL Premiership Season 2014 Brownlow Medallist Matt Priddis
2014 Toyota AFL Grand Final 1,017,835 Total domestic participation in 2014
Record number of AFL club members Fourth highest average attendance per game in professional sport in the world
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AFL Chairman's Report and CEO's Report AFL People, Customer and Community
AFL Broadcasting, Scheduling and Infrastructure AFL Legal, Integrity and Compliance
AFL Football Operations AFL Strategy and Club Services
AFL Commercial Operations AFL Awards, Results and Farewells
AFL Media AFL Financial

2014 AFL Annual Report

The AFL Annual Report has been created as a digital edition, available now to download. The interactive PDF – available in individual sections, or as the entire report – contains everything that was important in the AFL in 2014.

The AFL’s expansion and improving the balance of the competition were among the key strategic areas that were addressed in 2014, while Hawthorn confirmed it is one of the strongest clubs on and off the field, winning its 12th premiership in the 2014 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

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