Australian football, also commonly referred to as football, or Aussie rules, colloquially as footy, and historically as Australasian football or Victorian football, is a variant of football played between two teams of 18 players, plus four interchange players, outdoors on large oval-shaped grass fields (often modified cricket fields), with a ball in the shape of a prolate spheroid.
Hawthorn, Melbourne, Richmond, Collingwood
Essendon, St Kilda, Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne, Carlton
Port Adelaide, Adelaide
West Coast, Fremantle
Western Bulldogs, Melbourne, Richmond, Port Adelaide