North East Australian Football League
About NEAFL

The NEAFL was introduced in 2011 and is currently made up of clubs from Sydney, Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Canberra and the Northern Territory. It provides an elite second-tier competition for reserves sides from AFL clubs in New South Wales and Queensland, the Sydney Swans, the Greater Western Sydney GIANTS, the Brisbane Lions and the Gold Coast SUNS. 

A range of structural and organisational changes were introduced  at the end of the 2013 season as part of the NEAFL’s long-term focus on increased competition standard and enhanced talent pathways. 

As a result of these changes the 2014 NEAFL competition will comprise 14 clubs, reduced from 19 clubs in 2013. 

The competition will include four clubs from the ACT: Ainslie, Belconnen, Eastlake, Queanbeyan; two from NSW: Hills Eagles, Sydney University; three from South East Queensland: Aspley, Redland, Southport; one from the Northern Territory: NT Thunder; four AFL Reserves teams: Sydney Swans, GWS GIANTS, Brisbane Lions and the Gold Coast SUNS.  A license application for a North Queensland team is currently under review with the outcome to be announced shortly.  

2014 North East Australian Football League (NEAFL)

 

  • Aspley
  • Redland
  • Southport
  • NT Thunder
  • Brisbane Lions
  • Gold Coast Suns
  • Ainslie
  • Belconnen
  • Eastlake
  • Queanbeyan
  • Hills Eagles
  • Sydney University
  • Sydney Swans
  • UWS Giants