In the Women’s Australian Football League, all 18 AFL clubs will now include the women’s team for the 2022/23 season.
At the invitation of the AFL Commission, the AFLW will be supported by the last four teams, Essendon, Hawthorn, Port Adelaide and Sydney.
The AFLW will be complete for the first time since the league was founded in 2017, which initially only included eight teams.
The competition decided by the AFLW Commission is for will stay with 14 teams for the upcoming 2021/22 season, so the last four teams have time to train and prepare for their debut Have advanced women’s football since the first organized game over 100 years ago in 1915.
« The contribution and persistence of pioneers in pushing women to play football should never be forgotten.
McLachlan said, that d he last four teams all met the required criteria, including; Facilities, list strategies, fan engagement, resources, commercialization and investments in AFLW.
However, whether the season will be extended is still open (10 rounds in the 2021/22 season), the current collective agreement expires in October 2022.
« I don’t think there’s more integrity or commitment to the season once you play against each other.
McLachlan also stated that the AFLW will work to increase the underrepresentation in the coaching ranks since there will be no women in senior coaching positions in the 2021-22 season.
« Depth is an important part of broader representation and those who are willing and able to fill those positions can do so, » said McLachlan .
« I’m not going to comment on this except to say that I think the clubs are clear that we need more women in the coaching ranks.
For the second year in a row, the AFL Grand Final Parade is canceled because of
Netb all Australia has started competing on the world’s largest stage, the Olympics, but
Suncorp Super Netball has announced that the Nissan Arena in Brisbane will host the 2021 Grand Final
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