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Fantasy football (Australian rules football)

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Fantasy football (Australian rules football)

A screenshot of a team in the Footytips competition.

Fantasy football is a fantasy sport in which competitors score points based on the performance of players in the Australian Football League. The two biggest competitions are the Herald Sun's Supercoach competition and the AFL's Dream Team competition.[1][2] Both games are designed and run by Vapormedia.[3]

Other competitions include Fox Sport's Fantasy AFL,[4] Yahoo!7's AFL Football Fantasy,[5] Footytips,[6] Ultimate Footy[7] and [8] (formally My Fantasy Footy).


  1. ^ Canning, Simon (13 April 2009). "Rivals scramble for fantasy football dollars".  
  2. ^ "Paying for news". 
  3. ^ Brodie, Will (23 March 2011). "Finding the magical bargain: the cult of fantasy footy". The Sydney Morning Herald. 
  4. ^ Fantasy AFL
  5. ^ AFL Football Fantasy
  6. ^ Fantasy AFL
  7. ^ Ultimate Footy - Draft Style Fantasy AFL
  8. ^ - Draft Style Fantasy AFL

External links

  • A short history of fantasy Aussie Rules football
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