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AFL ANZAC Day Clash Coronavirus COVID19 Travel Statement

2020 AFL Travel Package Advice

AFL Season has been suspended until May 31st, 2020.

All Sportsnet Holidays customers who hold travel packages to the 2020 AFL Season have been provided a travel credit inline with the specifics of their package.

If you hold a 2020 AFL travel package, a travel credit note has been sent via email to the address provided upon booking your package. Please refer to the email sent to you with the subject title: “Sportsnet Holidays Credit Note” followed by your account number.

When future AFL travel packages are available, guests with 2020 AFL travel packages will be given priority access to the new packages. You will be contacted by email and sms when your priority booking window is open.
Guests who are not able to travel to the next scheduled AFL event will be able to use their credit on any Sportsnet Holidays listed event. Please refer to your travel credit note for the full terms and conditions.

Sportsnet Holidays thanks you for your patience & understanding throughout this period.

We look forward to returning to normal sporting fixtures as much as you do.

In the mean time stay home, we will holiday later!

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The official statement from the AFL on Sunday March 22nd stated:

“Today’s match between West Coast Eagles and Melbourne will be the final match before the AFL season goes into a temporary halt with the suspension of all games until May 31, 2020.

The AFL will review the situation by the end of April to determine whether a further suspension period would be required.

Today’s AFLW semi-final between Carlton and Brisbane Lions will be the last NAB AFL Women’s match to be played with the 2020 season ending today. Given the twin conference structure and that the finals series was not completed, the AFL Commission has determined no premiership will be awarded for this season, following a recommendation from the AFL Executive.”

Find the official update from AFL here.