Celebrating moments forged by First Nations, AFLW Indigenous Round will run across
Celebrating moments forged by First Nations, AFLW Indigenous Round will run across rounds seven and eight of the AFLW season.
The AFLW Indigenous Round acknowledges the significant contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls to Australian football and the broader community.
Three clubs will be known by different names for the next two weeks in an acknowledgement of AFLW’s Indigenous Rounds. Fremantle will be known as Walyalup, Port Adelaide as Yartapuulti, and Melbourne as Narrm.
Continuing the AFL’s commitment to accessibility, all fans under the age of 18 will enjoy free entry, while adults will benefit from a nationwide general admission ticket price freeze of$10– ensuringaffordabilityacross all games and venues throughout the whole season.