The Australian Football League extends its deepest sympathies to the families and friends of all impacted by the Sydney shopping centre tragedy, including the family of Ashlee Good, daughter of former North Melbourne player and club director Kerry Good.

Ashlee was one of six people killed in the random attack on shoppers at Bondi Junction on Saturday and her nine-month-old daughter Harriet, who was injured in the attack, remains in hospital.

AFL CEO Andrew Dillon said his thoughts and those of the entire football community were with the Good family and all families impacted by the horrific and random attack.

"I know so many people who know Kerry and the family are hurting and the football world is united in its sympathy for the Good family and the many people across our North Melbourne and football community and the wider community who have been affected by this attack," Mr Dillon said.

"You shudder when you hear the news on Saturday and find it hard to comprehend that an activity that is so normal and so common to every Australian family, could end so tragically.

As a football person I know everyone across the football family will join the North Melbourne Football Club and their supporters in offering our condolences to all impacted by Saturday’s attack, particularly Ashlee’s partner Daniel Flanagan, Kerry and Dian, Ashlee’s mother Denise, and Ashlee’s extended family and friends."