Superules 1980 – 1999
|Oct 1999||17th Superules Australia National Championships, Darwin, Northern Territory|
|Sep 1998||16th Superules Australia National Championships, Duntroon RMC, Canberra, ACT|
|Sep 1997||Record number of 28 teams across three age divisions plus first ever over 50’s match.
15th Superules Australia National Championships, Kardinia Park, Geelong, Victoria. First time on AFL ground.
|Apr 1997||National Insurance Scheme introduced for players and administrators|
|Sep 1996||14th Superules Australia National Championships, Adelaide, South Australia|
|Oct 1995||13th Superules Australia National Championships, Sydney, New South Wales|
|Mar 1995||Bruce Arlow stood down after serving as President since 1988|
|Oct 1994||WA, Qld, SA and NSW provided Seniorules teams as the Championships continue to grow.
12th Superules Australia National Championship, Perth, Western Australia.
|Oct 1993||11th Superules Australia National Championship, Hobart, Tasmania|
|Apr 1993||WA versus Victoria Official Opening Australian Masters Games Fremantle.|
|Introduction of Seniorules for players 45 years and over.|
|Oct 1992||10th National Carnival, Labrador FC Queensland Gold Coast.|
|Oct 1991||All Australian Team played in the 25th Umpires Pre-season Lighting Carnival.
Ninth Superules Australia National Carnival, Darwin, Opening Marrara Sporting Complex.
|Oct 1990||Superules continued with 2 divisions and saw for the first time teams that teams are to be promoted and relegated.
Eighth Superules Australia National Carnival, Melbourne, Victoria. – Inaugural Masterules Competition of 8 teams.
|Oct 1989||WA & NT unable to participate due to airline strike.
Seventh Superules Australia National Carnival, Canberra, ACT. – Introduction of two divisions for Superules
|Oct 1988||Sixth Superules Australia National Carnival, Adelaide, SA. – First Masterules competition|
|Oct 1987||Fifth Superules Australia National Carnival, Brisbane, Queensland. – Masterules introduced for players over 40.|
|Oct 1986||The 1986 Carnival was the first carnival with all State and Territories represented.
Fourth Superules Australia National Carnival, Perth, WA – First International match Tasmania versus Singapore.
|Sep 1985||Cascade Superules Australia National Carnival, Hobart, Tasmania|
|Aug 1984||Second Superules Australia National Carnival, Darwin, NT|
|Dec 1983||Ansett Airlines sponsorship for 3 years – National directors now attend meetings of the main national body.|
|Sep 1983||Sports Exacto Superules Carnival at Camberwell Football Ground, Melbourne|
|Jul 1983||Inaugural Superules National Carnival|
|Jul 1983||Superules first meeting at Morningside F.C Brisbane, Queensland|
|Jul 1983||Western Victoria combined team played Alice Springs in their first game|
|Jun 1983||A.C.T. versus Western Victoria at Warracknabeal.
Two oldest teams ever to play Australian Football average age 47 years, at Warracknabeal.
|May 1983||Start of Superules first organised competition. Fourteen teams in Western & Central Victoria.|
|Feb 1983||Northern Districts, Victoria Park, Fremantle & Swanbourne.
Appointment of inaugural Committee in Western Australia with fixtures for 1983 season with four teams
|Jan 1983||Appointment of a National Administrator|
|Aug 1982||Interstate match:South Australia versus Victoria at Nhill|
|Aug 1982||Combined Melbourne versus South West Victoria at Hamilton|
|Aug 1982||Exhibition match at Launceston to launch Superules in Tasmania|
|Jul 1982||Melbourne played Canberra at Lavington|
|Jun 1982||North East Victoria played Darwin at Darwin|
|May 1982||A Western Victoria team lost to Adelaide at West Torrens|
|Apr 1982||Inaugural Fixtures played in Perth|
|Oct 1981||Victoria team travelled to Darwin to play Northern Territory and lost|
|Jun 1981||Melbourne versus Victoria Country – curtain raiser to VFA preliminary final.|
|Jun 1981||Canberra versus Victoria – the first representative Superules match.|
|Apr 1981||Wimmera played Ballarat in the first programmed game in Victoria.|
|Sep 1980||Wimmera versus Melbourne Superules curtain raiser at the Ballarat Grand Final. Best Crowd of seven seasons.|
|29th August, 1980||Inaugural Meeting at Nhill (Victoria) to form Superules|