- Adults (17 years and above) $8
- Pensioners/Concession $5
- Juniors/Players (16 years and under) Free
A ticket purchased from one FDJFL finals venue will gain access to other FDJFL finals venues and AFL South East Top-Age finals venues on the same day.
Entry fees subsidise umpires, paramedics, premiership cups and medallions, digital record, footballs and security.Digital Football Records
AFL South East is taking an environmentally friendly approach and producing digital records only for the 2019 Junior 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.Alcohol
No alcohol is to be consumed at any junior game across the AFL South East region. Incidents are to be reported to Ground Marshalls and Ground Management on the day.Smoking
Smoking is prohibited at any junior game across the AFL South East region.Dogs
Dogs are banned from both the FDJFL and SEJ junior finals series.
Guide Dogs and Service Dogs are the only exception.Ground Manager
Each finals venue will have at least one League Executive member present.
Each finals oval will have a host club-appointed Ground Manager.Rooms and Shorts
Clubs will be notified each week regarding home and visitors change rooms and coloured or white shorts.Game Durations
Under 11, 12, 13, 14G & 16G Fifteen (15) Minute Quarters with No Time On. Breaks 3,8,5 min.
Under 14 to 17 & 18G Twenty (20) Minute Quarters with No Time On. Breaks 3,8,5 min.Officials approaching Umpires
No Officials are to approach the Umpires during the game. Any issues to be addressed are to presented by the Team Manager, accompanied by the opposition Team Manager, to the League executive member or Ground Manager. They will then take up whatever matter that needs to be addressed.Spectators on the Ground
Spectators will not be allowed on the ground at any stage during the finals series. Spectators are not permitted on the ground prior to the game or at quarter time, half time, three-quarter time and or at the conclusion of the game.Game Duration
As per the home and away season.Drawn Games
If scores are level at the completion of the fourth quarter the ball shall be returned to the centre of the ground and the game will continue for two five-minute halves.
Coaches are not permitted to address their players between the end of the fourth quarter and the start of extra time, nor between any periods of extra time.
Each team shall kick in the same direction as they did in the fourth quarter for the first half of extra time. Teams will change ends for the second half of extra time.
If scores are still level after the two five-minute halves, a third session of extra time will take place.
Teams will kick in the same direction as the second half of extra time and the next score will win the game.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