AFLX is a new and exciting version of Australian Football created to showcase some of the unique and most thrilling aspects of the game to attract new fans.

The AFLX version of Australian Football is fast paced and will be played on a rectangular field with seven players on the field and three on the bench.

AFLX is an express version of the game with explosive action to exhilarate fans of all ages. Get ready for ten point ZOOPER goals, last touch out of bounds and non-stop action on and off the field.

AFLX 2018. Three tournaments. Three days. Three cities.

The AFLX tournaments promise to be a great family experience to enjoy with non-stop action exciting fans of all ages.

AFLX will provide a different experience for fans and will see plenty of action with fireworks, DJs, in game commentary, roving performers, kids and family zones and giveaways a feature at all events.

Fans have the opportunity to be part of history and help influence this new version of the game into the future.

Donít miss out on the chance to be part of history as the AFL launches this new form of the game.

Go to X.afl for all of the latest information on these exciting tournaments to take place in Adelaide on Thursday February 15, Melbourne Friday February 16 and Sydney on Saturday February 17.

Fans who canít get to the venues, are able to watch live nationally on the free-to-air channels of Seven and its digital platforms, on Fox Footy only on Foxtel and its digital platforms and in partnership with Telstra via the Official AFL website AFL.com.au and the Official AFL Live App created by Telstra, and will deliver the action live, fast and data-free for Telstra mobile customers. Fans will also be able to watch replays in full via the Telstra TV AFL App.