With the end of the decade upon us, we’ve been looking at each sport on the Game of Codes podcast to work out where it will be at the end of the next decade. Today, it’s the AFL’s turn.
The AFL is in a race against time to build a purpose-built review centre in time for this year’s finals series, with not even the location confirmed.
The AFL plans to have a review centre in place for this season’s finals series, even though they are yet to determine the location.
The centre will not only coordinate their controversial score reviews, but also handle match review incidents, umpire coaching and help with player medical issues such as concussions.
“The game needs it,” said AFL football boss Steve Hocking.