Federal Football Club

2020 CAFL Fixture

2020 TIO CAFL Fixture

As has become the norm with the premier footy competition in Alice Springs, the TIO CAFL Senior Women's games will take place each week on a Friday night before the remaining town competitions play on a Saturday and the community fixtures on Sunday.
Community Cup CAFL action

The Final Countdown: The return of Territory footy nears

From Alice Springs to Katherine and the 1,182 kilometres in between, we're excited for the return of Territory footy! Things are going to look a little different for everyone when the action starts next week, but we’ve got all the right health and safety protocols to keep our community safe.
Return of NT community footy

Sound the siren; the return of NT footy is set!

From 19 June, the NT will be the first place in Australia to welcome the return of Australian football at a community level since the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to all activity in March.
Alice Springs Grand Final

Alice Springs set for Grand Final Saturday

The 2019 TIO CAFL season will come to an end this Saturday 7 September when the highly anticipated ‘town’ competition grand finals are played and won.
2018 Grand Final action

CAFL finals in full flight

After more than 2,000 people attended the first day of CAFL finals action on Sunday, AFLNT is pleased to announce the schedule for this weekend; the first weekend of 'town' finals and the second for 'country' divisions.
Elliot vs Eagles in Barkly

AFLNT footy roadshow heading for Central Australia

AFLNT CEO, Stuart Totham and AFLNT Competitions Manager, Darryl Griffiths, are on the road this week, making their way from Darwin to Alice Springs, via Katherine and Tennant Creek.
CAFL

CAAMA radio to call CAFL games 

AFLNT is pleased to have CAAMA Radio on board as the primary broadcaster of the 2018 TIO Central Australian Football League (CAFL) games.
NT's Zac Bailey is off to the Brisbane Lions

2017 NAB AFL Draft: Zac Bailey and Dom Barry

It was great news for the NT when Zac Bailey was called at pick number 15 by the Brisbane Lions and NT Thunder premiership player, Dom Barry went to Port Adelaide with pick number 61.