Admission - All Finals
Digital Football Records
- Adults – 17 years and above $10
- Concession/Pensioners $5
- Children - 16 years and under Free
- Digital Record Free
AFL South East is taking an environmentally friendly approach and producing digital records only for the 2019 Junior and Women’s Finals Series. Being digital eliminates the possibility of running out of records, as has been the case at several venues over the last few years.
A reduction in costs, and ease of access across multiple venues are other benefits of going digital.
The digital record includes a welcome message from AFL South East RGM John Anderson, fixtures/results/ladders, team lists, maps and directions, and offers from AFLSE partners.
Go to www.aflserecord.com.au to access the 2019 AFL South East Finals Record on your mobile device.Finals Venues
- Semi-Finals Saturday August 24 Beaconsfield
- Semi-Finals Sunday August 25 Casey Fields
- Preliminary Finals Sunday September 1 Shepley Oval
No BYO Alcohol
- Grand Finals Sunday September 8 Shepley Oval
It is a condition of entry that if requested by event staff that your vehicle and bags will be searched for alcohol. Any alcohol found will be confiscated or patrons can be refused entry.Game Durations
Twenty (20) minute quarters with no time on. Breaks 5,15, 5 minutes.Evening Up Rule
The evening up rule does not apply during finals.Drawn Games
(a) In the event of a draw in any finals series game, including grand finals, two further periods of five minutes each (plus time-on if applicable) shall be played to achieve a result. There shall be no break for team instructions either between the completion of normal match time and the start of the first additional five-minute period; nor between additional five minute periods. Teams will exchange scoring ends of the field following the first additional five-minute period.
(b) If scores remain tied at the end of the second additional five-minute period, the game will continue without signal from the timekeepers until the next score is achieved by one team, whereon the timekeepers will immediately signal the completion of play.Code of Conduct
Codes of Conduct are designed to help improve the environment for players, coaches and supporters during the home and away season and finals series.
It’s important that everyone involved on match days is familiar with what is considered to be ‘reasonable behaviour’.Parents and SpectatorsJunior Coaches Senior Coaches Junior Players Senior Players