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This page is a complete chronological listing of Australian Football League Grand Finals since the introduction of the national league in 1990

Each year, the premiership is awarded to the club which wins the VFL/AFL Grand Final. The Grand Final has been an annual tradition in its current format since 1931, and some form of Grand Final has been played in each season except for 1897 and 1924.

Since the introduction by the League of equalisation policies of a salary cap and draft in the late 1980s, every AFL club has played in a Grand Final. This has had a significant impact on the spread of premierships, as twelve different clubs have won premierships in the 23 seasons since 1990, compared with only five different clubs winning the previous 23 premierships.

AFL Grand Finals
Final Premier Runner Up Score Venue Attendance
1990 Collingwood Essendon 13.11 (89) - 5.11 (41) MCG 98,944
1991 Hawthorn West Coast Eagles 20.19 (139) - 13.8 (86) Waverley Park 75,230
1992 West Coast Eagles Geelong 16.17 (113) - 12.13 (85) MCG 95,007
1993 Essendon Carlton 20.13 (133) - 13.11 (89) MCG 96,862
1994 West Coast Eagles Geelong 20.23 (143) - 8.15 (63) MCG 93,860
1995 Carlton Geelong 21.15 (141) - 11.14 (80) MCG 93,670
1996 North Melbourne Sydney Swans 19.17 (131) - 13.10 (88) MCG 93,102
1997 Western Bulldogs St Kilda 22.15 (147) - 14.11 (95) MCG 96,027
1998 Western Bulldogs Adelaide 17.11 (113) - 10.21 (81) MCG 93,491
1999 Western Bulldogs Essendon 12.8 (80) - 9.19 (73) MCG 96,502
2000 Essendon Western Bulldogs 17.22 (124) - 9.13 (67) MCG 98,007
2001 Port Adelaide Hawthorn 19.12 (126) - 13.11 (89) MCG 90,133
2002 Adelaide Port Adelaide 18.13 (121) - 11.15 (81) MCG 91,149
2003 Sydney Swans Port Adelaide  15.11 (101) - 7.17 (59) MCG 75,472
2004 West Coast Eagles Brisbane Lions 7.19 (61) - 8.7 (55) MCG 73,283
2005 Carlton Melbourne 20.15 (135) - 2.23 (41) MCG 98,837
2006 Western Bulldogs Carlton 14.13 (97) - 9.15 (69) MCG 97,584
2007 Brisbane Lions Adelaide 21.13 (139) - 20.18 (138) MCG 96,715
2008 Richmond Western Bulldogs 18.19 (127) - 11.17 (83) MCG 98,901
2009 Western Bulldogs Collingwood 13.17 (95) - 9.18 (72) MCG 100,008
2010 Western Bulldogs Richmond 12.12 (84) - 12.9 (81) MCG 99,983
2011 Richmond West Coast Eagles 19.8 (122) - 8.10 (58) MCG 96,071
2012 West Coast Eagles Fremantle 8.16 (64) - 5.22 (52) MCG 100,091
2013 West Coast Eagles Gold Coast 16.15 (111) - 10.19 (79) MCG 97, 705

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