AFL Sydney Combines set for January

The AFL Sydney Combines have been set for January with female only combine included for the first time.

Participants will be tested using the latest AFL protocols and methods for athletic and skill testing (Yo Yo test, agility test, vertical jump and 20m sprint, etc.).  Players will also be assessed on their skill level, kicking and handballing (left and right sides). Participants will receive a report of their results following the Combine and asked to return later in the year to see how their personal development has improved.

Combines will be conducted at three venues across Sydney with all athletic testing conducted indoors to achieve consistency of results across all Combines.

Representatives from the AFL Talent Program, Sydney Swans and GWS GIANTS Academies will be present to assist and view players as they are tested.

Education sessions will also be conducted including topics such as nutrition, stretching techniques, injury management and umpiring. 


Age: Participants turning 12 – 18 years of age in 2019 (born in 2007 – 2001)

Cost: $130.00 (two days) and $80.00 for the Female Combine (one day)

Time: 9.30am – 2.30pm (First day start 9.00am to facilitate registration and payment)

Included: Lunch will be provided each day (chicken or ham salad roll, fruit and water) however it is strongly recommended that players bring extra drinks and snacks. 


Sydney South

Where: Waratah Oval No. 4 (Lincoln Oval) – Rawson Ave. Sutherland (Opposite Loftus TAFE)

When: January 21-22, 2019

Register: Click here to register

Sydney City

Where: Matraville Sports High School – Anzac Parade Chifley

When: January 15-16, 2019

Register: Click here to register

Female Combine

Where: Pymble Ladies College – Avon Road, Pymble

When: January 24, 2019 at  9.30am – 3.00pm

Register: Click here to register

For any further enquiries, please contact Sandra Haberley via email at or by telephone on 0417 294 825.

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