AFLNT Rules, Forms & Feedback

Rules, Forms, Feedback

AFLNT Rules and Regulations

AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) is responsible for the conduct of all competitions within the Northern Territory.

These Rules and Regulations are drafted and designed to provide direction for the administration of all competitions within the Northern and should be read in conjunction with the most recent version of the Laws of Australian Football and the AFL's Member Protection Policy.

Code of Conduct and Conditions of Entry

This Code of Conduct applies to all members as defined in the AFL National Member Protection Policy (as above) and any other person visiting an AFLNT venue or attending an AFLNT event.

For the purpose of this Code of Conduct, any gathering sanctioned by AFLNT will be considered an AFLNT event, including but not limited to functions, football matches, training sessions and education sessions.

This Code of Conduct further applies to all members and any other person who causes any act of misconduct that is detrimental to the best interest of the AFL, AFLNT or any individual or organisation affiliated to the AFL or AFLNT including but not limited to sponsors and funding partners of the AFL or AFLNT.

AFLNT forms

AFLNT-01 Age Dispensation Application Form
AFLNT-02 Incident Referral Form
AFLNT-03 Match Manager Incident Report Form
AFLNT-04 Playing Up Consent Form
AFLNT-05 Player Withdrawal of Transfer Form
AFLNT-06 Standard Player Contract
NTFL-01 Application for Concession (relocated players) Form
NTFL-02 Club Coach & Team Manager Nomination Form
NTFL-03 Fly-In Submission Form
NTFL-04 Ground Availability & Fixture Requests Form
NTFL-05 Interchange Agreement Form
NTFL-06 Junior Core List Submission Form
NTFL-07 Junior Team Nomination Form
NTFL-08 Rule Review Request Form
NTFL-09 Senior & Under 18 Team Nomination Form
NTFL-10 Updated Office Bearers Form
NTFL-11 Women's Premier League Fly-In Data Tracking (2020/21 Ghosting)


AFLNT complaints and feedback

Complaints and feedback related to the running of AFLNT or AFLNT - affiliated leagues and competitions should be made in writing and sent to or PO Box 43196, Casuarina. NT 0811.

Concussion Guidelines

Protecting the short and long-term health and safety of players is an extremely important priority for the AFL across all levels of Australian Football. The AFL has outlined new guidelines and has made tools involving concussions public. Please refer to the March 2024 AFL Community Concussion Guidelines.

Junior Football

The AFL is dedicated to ensuring all juniors are able to learn and play AFL in a fun and safe environment. Please refer to the Junior Football Rules Program Handbook.