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Welcome to AFL Middle East (AFLME), a non for profit community sports league for adults and children (Auskick) giving people in the Middle East the chance to play the number one sport back in Australia – Aussie Rules – in a fun, competitive and social environment.

AFLME was established in 2006 with the Dubai Dingoes being the founding club of the league. The current registered teams for AFLME include;

Abu Dhabi Falcons

Doha Kangaroos

Dubai Dragons

Multiplex Bulls

Previous teams included;

Dubai Dingoes

Muscat Magpies

The teams compete every season from October to April across 5 tournament days to fight it out for the AFLME Premiership! International games will be played on an ad hoc basis.

Auskick is a program for children ages 5 to 16 years old. It is simply the best introduction for kids into the world of Australian Football. Auskickers run, jump, kick, laugh, express themselves and create their own special moments that just happens to be footy. No matter if you know the game or not, Auskick is inclusive for everyone aged 5-16 at any ability to play.

If you are a senior player or an Auskick parent please click the link below then follow the steps to sign up for the 2023/2024 season. You will be asked for your own details along with the details of the child player (if relevant).

If you have any further questions please contact matt@aflmiddleeast.com

It gives us great pleasure to partner with The Australian Business Council Dubai as a Community Member Group and conduct our activities under the ABC's current license.

Images and Videos - by registering for the AFLME Community Membership you agree that AFLME can capture and create video & photographic imagery of you or your child in the sport/event taking place and that this can be shared on AFLME and ABC digital platforms.

Injury consent - by registering for the AFLME Community Membership you acknowledge that you or your child is playing at their own risk and indemnify AFLME & ABC from all liability arising from any injury, accident or death caused as a result of participating in the AFLME/Auskick.