March 21, 2016

Australia, Australian Football League: AFL attendance chart for 2015 regular season (with 2015 finishes listed)/+ the Hawthorn Hawks – 2015 AFL Premiers [champions] (their 3rd-straight title, and 13th overall).

Filed under: Australia,Australian Rules Football — admin @ 9:27 pm

By Bill Turianski on 21 March 2016;

-Official site…
-2016 AFL teams previews… by Russell Jackson at Guardian/
-2016 season (teams, etc)… 2016 AFL season (
-2015 attendance figures… (AFL Tables site).

-My map-&-post of Aussie Rules Football/AFL, from April 2015,
Australian rules football – the Australian Football League (AFL), 2015 location-map with: rules (in general), clubs-history-chart, and chart of 2014 attendances with titles listed./ Plus: 2014 champions the Hawthorn Hawks.

    AFL attendance chart for 2015 regular season (with 2015 finishes listed)

Credits for above –
2015 AFL attendance figures from AFL, at
AFL teams’ jersey-pattern icons from

From Guardian/sport, from 3 Oct. 2015, by Russell Jackson, AFL grand final: Hawthorn defeat West Coast Eagles by 46 points – as it happened (

    Hawthorn Hawks – 2015 AFL Premiers [champions] (their third-straight title).
    3 October 2015: 2015 AFL Grand Final at Melbourne Cricket Ground (attendance: 98,633),
    Hawthorn Hawks 16.11 (107), West Coast Eagles 8.13 (61).

Photo credits above – Aerial shot of Melbourne Cricket ground [photo circa 2014], home of the AFL Grand Final, photo unattributed at Photo of Hawthorn’s giant banner which was displayed prior to the match; photo from File:2015 AFL Grand Final Hawthorn banner.JPG, photo by Jenks24 at Cyril Rioli leaps for a mark, photo by Julian Smith/AAP via Cyril Rioli scores his second first-quarter goal, photo by Julian Smith/AAP via Jack Gunston, photo unattributed at Isaac Smith being tackled (but not without a fight), photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images AsiaPac via Shaun Burgoyne and Cyril Rioli of the Hawks celebrate with fans as trophy gets passed towards them, photo by Darrian Traynor/AFL Media/Getty Images AsiaPac via Cyrile Rioli with winners medal and Neal Smith medal (man of the match), photo unattributed at
Thanks to the contributors at Australian Football League (
Thanks to Russell Jackson for the live-blog article at The Guardian/sport/blog.
A Big Thanks to, for attendance figures.

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