What you need to know ahead of Round 14 of the 2019/20 TIO NTFL Season
Matchday schedules are uploaded on this page by Thursday.
This is where you will find information on the upcoming round including home and away teams, runout times, uniform requirements and match managers details.
Extreme Weather Policy
When it comes to lightning and other weather events, the umpires and match managers are the ones who will determine the risk based on the appropriate national policies and guidelines.
If you hear five sirens then please seek safe shelter immediately.
See here for a detailed explanation of the Extreme Weather (lightning) Policy and what might happen.
Broadcast & live stream details
Almost all Men’s Premier League games are streamed live on the AFLNTv YouTube channel, along with more Women’s Premier League games being broadcast this season.
Men’s Premier League
Saturday 18 January
2:00pm at Norbuilt Oval – Southern Districts vs Tiwi Bombers vs Waratah: https://youtu.be/QCzJVSp5oRs (No commentary for this game)
2:30pm at TIO Stadium – Waratah vs Palmerston: https://youtu.be/eIBmkXKOmjw (With commentary thanks to NITV and ABC Darwin)
Catch a reply on NITV on Sunday afternoons (check your local guide).
7:00pm at TIO Stadium – Darwin Buffaloes vs Wanderers: https://youtu.be/2WDh3YO8qOQ (With commentary thanks to Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia)
Catch a replay on Aboriginal TV Channel 4 from 7pm on Monday, or simulcast on Radio Larrakia and the Australian Indigenous Radio.
Sunday 19 January
4:00pm at PSC BM Oval – Nightcliff vs St Mary's: https://youtu.be/mW8NsuDvoJo (With commentary thanks to Stu Davis)
Women's Premier League
Saturday 18 January
5:00pm at TIO Stadium – Darwin Buffettes vs St Mary's: https://youtu.be/wdeD7H_rKvk (With commentary thanks to Stu Davis)
Men's Premier League squads
A squad of 30 players is announced by the Men's Premier League teams every Thursday leading into the weekend's games. See here for this week's sqauds.
Fixtures, results and ladders
All fixtures, results and ladders are available on SportsTG
Player transfers and permits
Clubs and players wishing to transfer individuals are encouraged to complete the online steps in SportsTG during the week (Monday to Friday). Any transfer that required AFLNT Football Operations team approval/involvement is regularly checked and available until 8:30pm Monday to Thursday and until 5pm on Fridays.
Please note that Match Managers for the weekend's games are unable to assist with processing and Footy Operations cannot guarantee a response.
Therefore, clubs and players are encouraged to get organised during the week.
Reminder: As per the National Transfer Regulations player transfers between NTFL clubs were only available until 30 November 2019 for this season's competition.
You can now use your BasicsCard at the TIO Stadium canteen and for gate entry to TIO Stadium (this does not extend to purchases of memberships).
The following ticket prices/gate entry fees apply for the 2019/20 TIO NTFL home and away season at all venues.
|2019/20 TIO NTFL Gate Prices|
|Under 12 & 14 games only|
|Players & spectators 9 years & above||$2.00|
|Under 15,16 & 19 games only|
|Players & spectators 9 years & above||$6.00|
|Concession, including student||$7.00|
|Child 9 - 17 years of age||$6.00|
|Family (2 Adults & 2 Children)||$25.00|
|Children under 9||Free|
Under 10 and Women’s Div 2 games, players and spectators - FREE
2019/20 NTFL members - FREE (see here for more information)
As AFLNT does not charge a registration fee for players (clubs may choose to charge a registration for belonging to the club; of which AFLNT does not get any part) we charge at the gate to recoup some of the money the organisation and home clubs spend putting on games. This gate money goes towards insurance, umpires, lights, line marking, casual staff, leases (for clubs with home grounds), security and so on. It does not fully cover all our costs and the NTFL season runs at a loss.
NTFL player/ official, sponsor and club memberships still provide great value and are now on sale for the remainder of the season.
Online purchases, media memberships and public memberships will be available from the Bonson Gate.
Patrons wishing to purchase memberships can also do it from this window. Eftpos and cash facilities will be available, further membership information can be found here.
Anti-social behaviour at TIO Stadium
Anti-social behaviour and breaches of the Conditions of Entry are looked upon poorly by AFLNT officials.
Members of the public are encouraged to report incidents via text or phone to 0457 682 210.
TIO Stadium Information
TIO Stadium, Abala Road, Marrara. NT 0812
Food (kiosk/canteen facilities): Yes
Public bar: Yes
Members bar: Kantilla's Members' Bar (Level 3)
Public toilets: Yes
Disabled access/seating areas: Yes, via lift to Level 2 (and for major events only available by calling the event ticketing outlet).
Car park facilities: Free on first in basis. Main carpark at Bonson Gate end - approximately 325 available spaces.
Entry Point: The Bonson Gate will be the only public entry point on game day
Smoking: TIO Stadium is a smoke-free venue, smoking is only permitted in designated areas.
Access via public bus: Public buses operate the number 5 service along Abala Road with a stop at TIO Stadium. For information, including route details and timetables, visit the Northern Territory Department of Transport.
Tipping - you can still win weekly prizes by signing up here
Get involved in the 2019/20 TIO NTFL tipping competition! It’s free to sign up and there are weekly prizes along with a major prize valued at $1,600 up for grabs.