The majority of the players in the AFL’s inaugural women’s league will be paid around $5,000.
The Herald Sun, who revealed in May that the marquee players from each club will earn $25,000 for the season, has now revealed the proposed payment scale for the remaining players.
Marquee players will be paid a $15,000 playing fee, plus a $10,000 marketing component.
Priority pre-signings, of which there will be one at each Victorian club, will be paid a proposed $10,000.
High draft selections, of which there will likely be four at each club, will also be paid around $10,000.
The remaining players will most likely receive the minimum $5000.
Pre-season begins in November, before the eight-week competition starts in February next year.