Aussie Rules


All bets shall be settled on official AFL result only.

All Australian Rules bets shall be settled including overtime if played, unless otherwise stated.

In the event that extra time is played all head to head betting will be settled inclusive of Extra time.

If a match is abandoned before the end of normal time, all bets on the match are void, except for those markets which have been unconditionally determined.

If a match is postponed and rescheduled to take place within 48 hours of the original start time, all bets on the match will stand.

If a match is no longer playing at the venue advertised, all bets will stand unless the venue has been changed to the opponent’s home ground, in which case all bets will be void.

AFL betting rules

All wagers shall be settled on the officially declared result from the AFL. This includes match winners and goal kicking statistics.

Regular season fixtures and the Grand Final include extra time.

For pre-season fixtures such as NAB cup and the finals series (excluding the Grand Final) where extra time is offered, bets shall be settled on the regular time result. Extra time will not be included.

For the purposes of determining futures markets such as Make the Grand Final/Minor Premiership/Premiership/Top 4/ Top 8, all deductions of points by the AFL due to breaches of regulations shall stand.

Brownlow Medal betting will be paid on official results as presented at the awards night. In the event of two or more players having equal points, the Dead Heat rule shall apply.

Coleman Medal betting shall only take in the regular season – NAB cup and any other preseason fixtures shall not apply. Finals series do not apply.

For first goal scorer markets, bets on players taking no part in the match shall be void. If your player is an unused substitute, or takes the field as a designated substitute after a goal has been scored then bets on your player to score the first goal shall be made void.

Wire-to-Wire market is based upon a selection leading the match at the end of each quarter.

Time of first goal markets are based upon official AFL clock.

For all Futures markets that are determined by an outright winner, the Dead Heat rule shall apply.

Gameplay specifics

Scoring à Points = Goals (scores 6 points) + Behinds (score 1 point)

Like many other codes of football, the way to score points is to score goals. In Australian Football, there are two types of scores: a goal and a behind.

A goal umpire judges whether a goal or behind is scored.

Game length

The length of a game of Australian Football can vary from league to league, but is generally around 15 to 25 minutes per quarter. In the AFL, each quarter runs for 20 minutes plus time on – which makes up for time occupied in stoppages, such as when the ball going out of bounds, injuries, goals (or behinds) being kicked, or when the umpire is setting the angle of a free kick on goal. Time is kept by two off-field officials, known as "timekeepers", who sound the siren at the start and end of each quarter. A typical AFL quarter might run from 27 to 33 minutes, but may be even longer if, for instance, injuries cause delays. AFL breaks after the first and third quarters are six minutes, with a 20-minute break at halftime.[5] Thus, a match with quarters averaging 30 minutes would last about two and a half hours.

1st Quarter / 2nd Quarter / 3rd Quarter / 4th Quarter

Bets settled on 1st/2nd/3rd/4th – Quarter Result final result only.

If a match is abandoned at any time those Quarter markets that are already determined will stand.

1st Half / 2nd Half

Bets settled on the first/second half result only.

Bets will be void if the match is abandoned before half time.

If a match is abandoned during the second half all first half bets are still valid.


As stated in the AFL regulations above and overall Outright settlement – bets are declared valid for settlement as stated on official final league position.

First / Last to Score

  • Points – first / last to score any kind of point – goal or behind;
  • Goals – first / last to score Goal;
  • Behinds – first / last to score Behind;

Total Points / Goals / Behinds

Predict how many Points (combined between Goals & Behinds), Goals or Behinds (counted as separate scoring) – will be scored during the match.

Winning Margin

Predict the Team to win the Match and the victory margin.

Race To (Points / Goals / Behinds)

Predict the Team to reach first to selected number of Points, Goals or Behinds during the match.