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Future of the AFL (2050)
The Year is 2050 and Phase 2 of The Divisions system is Complete. With the AFL now being a multi-billion dollar company, the AFL has begun to expand more domestically and internationally. Now with 40 Football Clubs in 4 divisions, Their are higher stakes in the competition than ever. With promotion and relegation being more impactful than ever and the introduction of many new elements in the league and the game, The AFL is more successful and profitable than ever. Welcome to the Future of Football (P.S, No Silver Balls).
 

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jmac91

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2031
In 2031, the once powerful WAFL and SANFL was bought by the AFL. With massive amount of debt after the recent inclusion of 2 new Perth and Adelaide based teams (Perth Royals & Southern Sharks), The competitions has been struggling to continue. The AFL has stated that clubs from both competitions could enter the AFL if they either merged with existing clubs or had good enough bid to enter by them selves.
Also in this year, The AFL made an announcement that every AFL club should have their own home by 2050. For Victorian team they will be able to play at the MCG and at Docklands before their stadiums are complete. Major matches will be played at the MCG and Docklands instead of Victorian teams home grounds.
 

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2032
Hobart Kangaroos
Home Ground: Bellerive Oval (30,000)

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2032 marks the first year of the Hobart Kangaroos existence. The Kangaroos, formerly of North Melbourne, has finally given in to the temptation of fully relocating to Tasmania. This marks an momentous occasion as the first fully Tasmanian team in the competition. After decades of Tasmanians wanting a team for their own, and the AFL not wanting to add a team their, the Kangaroos gave that lifeline to Tasmanian Football. A lifeline that they needed so desperately.​
 
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