Game Day Info

The most important off-field volunteer role, the Ground Marshall's role is essential in maintaining a positive match day environment and ensuring the day runs smoothly. 

 

Any adult can undertake the role and will enjoy positively contributing to junior AFL.

On the day you're volunteering as Ground Marshall you begin by picking up the Ground Marshall bib from the canteen and you return it there after the game. There is also a Ground Marshall sign-in book at the canteen which you must sign.

 

Please click on the button above to download the Ground Marshall Booklet which will tell you everything you need to know about how to volunteer as a Ground Marshall.

PlayHQ has now replaced both SportsTG and Gameday and as such there are new ways for our Team Managers to now do their jobs!

Please click on the button above to download the PlayHQ Team Manager Userguide which contains info such as Team Manager Registration, Participant portal, Team Selection and Match day results, LiveScore instructions, how to access fixtures, ladders and results and support.

Coaches & Managers, please use the buttons above to download the documents we outlined in our Coaches & Managers Information Night 2022.

A code of conduct is a set of rules around behaviour for all stakeholders including volunteers, staff, spectators, umpires and parents to follow within the AFLQ competition.

 

The code acts as a standard that we all need to meet so that we can know what is expected of us at all times.

The AFLQ has separate codes of conduct for the following roles:

Administration - Officials Code of Conduct

Coaches Code of Conduct

Parents/Guardians & Spectators Codes of Conduct

Players Code of Conduct

Umpires Code of Conduct

Please click on the button above to download the Codes of Conduct and familiarise yourself with these.

There are a range of useful forms on the AFLQ website including the Age Dispensation Form, Player Milestone Request, 

Playing Up Consent, Notice of Appeal, Incident Referral Form and many more. Please click on the button above to access these forms.

Please note that Incident Forms are also at the canteen and need to be returned there once completed.

AFL Queensland policies, rules and procedures are aligned to the AFL policies, rules and regulations. Where the AFL Queensland policies, rules and procedures are silent then, at the discretion of AFL Queensland, the AFL policies, rules and regulations apply.

AFL Queensland affiliated Leagues operate in accordance with the AFL Queensland policies, rules and procedures except in situations where local by-laws take precedence over AFL Queensland policies, rules and procedures.

In situations where local affiliated League by-laws are silent then, at the discretion of the League, AFL Queensland policies, rules and procedures apply.

To maintain the integrity of the game at all times the policies, rules and procedures are reviewed annually in consultation with stakeholders and in keeping with changes to the expectations of the AFL and broader community.

Please click on the button above to access the 2022 Policies, Rules & Regulations.