Women's Football Australia

The Women's Football Australia (WFA) is the governing body for the Sport of Women's Australian rules football in Australia.

Leagues

*Victorian Women's Football League
*ACTWAFL
*West Australian Women's Football League
*South Australian Women's Football League
*Sydney Women's AFL
*Northern Territory Women's Aussie Rules Football Association
*Queensland Women's AFL
*Cairns Women's AFL
*Townsville Women's AFL
*Mackay Women's AFL

Youth Leagues

*Victorian Youth Girls Competition
*Queensland Youth Girls Competition
*South Australia Schoolgirls AFL
*West Australia Schoolgirls AFL


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