Sunday, June 25 2017 @ 10:15 AM ACST
Contributed by: Wesley Hull
The www.afl.com.au website reports that a match for premiership points could be played in India as early as next season. The following article gives details of the planned move which follows in the wake of a premiership match in China earlier this year.
GREATER Western Sydney and Richmond appear to have stolen the march in staging an AFL match in India, with the clubs confirming plans for a premiership-season encounter on the sub-continent.
The Giants-Tigers clash is likely to take place in Mumbai during the mid-season bye round, with GWS playing host.
"Both clubs have the ambition to play for premiership points in Mumbai as early as next year," Tigers chief executive Brendon Gale confirmed to News Corp.