Goldfields vs Redtails

Redtails and Goldfields meet again

The Redtails Under 18 Academy will play the Goldfields League Under 18 team from country Victoria in a two-game exhibition series in Alice Springs beginning this week.
Malcolm Rosas All Australian selection

Rosas selected All-Australian 

Talented Territory footballer Malcom Rosas Jnr has been selected to play in the NAB AFL Under 18 All-Australian squad.
Top End Academy Under 18s

Under 18 Thunder team ready to strike the Suns

The Round 1 NT Thunder Under 18 Academy to take on the Gold Coast Suns in the first round of the new NAB League this Saturday is locked in, and it’s full of the brightest NT football talent.

Dry season footy drawing near

Registrations are now open for the Junior Dry Season activities, for those aged 8-12 years in Darwin.
Tribunal Finals Week 4

NTFL Tribinal: Finals Week Four

Jayden Kickett and Chris Pick both had their charges downgraded during the Tribunal hearing, which allowed them to plead guilty and be issued with a lesser sentence.
Liam Holt-Fitz with his Chaney Medal

Holt-Fitz a deserving Chaney Medallist

Eighteen-year-old Liam Holt-Fitz became the second Nightcliff player from Tennant Creek to be recognised as the most outstanding player in an NTFL Men’s Premier League Grand Final when he picked up the TIO Chaney Medal.
2019 Life Members at the lunch

AFLNT inducts seven new Life Members

Congratulations to the player life members; Patrick Heenan, Simon Munkara, Ross Tungatalum, Ryan Smith and Ben Rioli, along with Honourary Life Members; Andrew Baker, Michael McLean.
FAQ guide for 2018/19

FAQs for Grand Final Day

Everything you need to know for the 2018/19 TIO NTFL Men's Grand Final Day; tickets, parking, road access, key times, special guests, food and drink, toilets, ATMs, first aid, live streams! It's your go to guide.
2018/19 NTFL crowd

NTFL Fan Survey

Here's your chance to tell us what you think about the 2018/19 season; from venues to fixtures, facilities, safety and coaching. We'd love to hear from you so it can help us plan for the next season!
Colleen Gwynne after the 2018/19 NTFL premiership

Gwynne steps down from coaching

Five-time Waratah women's premiership coach, Colleen Gwynne has announced that she will move away from coaching so that she can seek out new challenges in football.