Mark Roy (mark14441)

The AFL Grand Final is a yearly Australian standards football coordinate, customarily hung on the last Saturday in September at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia, to decide the Australian Football League (AFL) premiers for that year. The game has turned out to be critical to Australian culture, generating various customs and encompassing exercises which have developed in fame since the interstate extension of the Victorian Football League during the 1980s and the ensuing making of the national AFL rivalry during the 1990s. The 2006 Sweeney Sports Report presumed that the AFL Grand Final has turned into Australia's most significant donning event,[2] with the biggest participation, metropolitan TV group of spectators and in general enthusiasm of any yearly Australian game.