Sydney The Australian Football League (AFL), which was postponed in March due to the threat of Corona virus, will start from 11 June. AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan told reporters that all 18 clubs would begin training from May 25 and that the program would be released in a span of four to six weeks.
The corona test will be done before the player and staff hit the ground and everyone must follow protocol. As per protocol, all players, staff and umpires will have to undergo the test twice a week.
McLachlan said protocols would be followed to protect players, officials and staff. He thanked the leaders and health officials for approving the match.