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1998 AFL season

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1998 AFL season

The 1998 Australian Football League season was the 102nd season of the elite Australian rules football competition.

See List of Australian Football League premiers for a complete list.


  • AFL Draft 1
  • Pre Season Cup Final 2
  • Premiership Season 3
    • Round 1 3.1
    • Round 2 3.2

AFL Draft

See 1998 AFL Draft for more information.

= Pre Season Cup Final

North Melbourne defeated St Kilda 14.13 (97) to 12.11 (83).

Premiership Season

Round 1

Home team Score Away team Score Venue Attendance Date
North Melbourne 15.13.103 West Coast 15.11.101 MCG 27,150 Friday, 27 March
Carlton 10.13.73 Adelaide 9.9.63 Princes Park 20,957 Saturday, 28 March
Collingwood 18.15.123 Hawthorn 12.12.84 MCG 47,628 Saturday, 28 March
St Kilda 17.7.109 Geelong 13.13.91 Waverley Park 34,323 Saturday, 28 March
Brisbane Lions 10.12.72 Western Bulldogs 17.16.118 The Gabba 18,788 Saturday, 28 March
Port Adelaide 17.15.117 Sydney 20.4.124 Football Park 31,230 Sunday, 29 March
Richmond 14.19.103 Essendon 13.11.89 MCG 70,200 Sunday, 29 March
Fremantle 13.6.84 Melbourne 8.13.61 Subiaco Oval 18,133 Sunday, 29 March

Round 2

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