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NEAFL - KEY FACTS

Official name
North East Australian Football League

Known as
NEAFL

Duration
2011–2020

Disbanded
2020

Website
neafl.com.au

Affiliated competitions (Historical)
Premiership Season 2011-2020


Premiership Season

Official Name
Premiership Season

Duration
2011–2020

Affiliated clubs (Historical)
Ainslie (ACT) 2011-2015; Belconnen Magpies (ACT) 2011-2014; Broadbeach (QLD) 2011-2013; Eastlake (ACT) 2011-2020; Labrador (QLD) 2011-2013; Morningside (QLD) 2011-2013; Mount Gravatt (QLD) 2011-2013; Queanbeyan (ACT) 2011-2014; Redland (QLD) 2011-2020; Southport (QLD) 2011-2020; Sydney University (NSW) 2011-2020; Tuggeranong (ACT) 2011-2013; Aspley (QLD) 2011-2020; Sydney Reserves (NSW) 2011-2020; GWS Reserves (NSW) 2011-2020; Brisbane Reserves (QLD) 2011-2020; Gold Coast Reserves (QLD) 2011-2020; NT Thunder (NT) 2011-2019; Sydney Hills Eagles (NSW) 2012-2014

Affiliated grounds (Historical)
Alan Ray Oval; Blacktown; Bruce Purser Reserve; Carrara Stadium; Drummoyne Oval; Ern Dowling Oval; Fankhauser Reserve; Gabba; Giffin Park; Graham Road Oval; Gungahlin Oval; Harrup Park; Henson Park; Jack Esplen Oval; Kippax Oval; Lakeside Oval; Leyshon Park; Manuka Oval; Margaret Donoghoe Oval; Maroochydore Oval #1; Marrara Stadium; Moreton Bay Complex; Newcastle Oval; North Dalton Park; Phillip Oval; Riverway Stadium; Robertson Oval; S.C.G.; Salk Oval; South Pine Complex; Stadium Australia; Syd Uni No. 1; Sydney Showground; Traeger Park

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Footnotes

* Behinds calculated from the 1965 season on.
+ Score at the end of extra time.