MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 19: (L-R) Chelsea Randall of the Crows, Amelia Barden of the Magpies and Erin Phillips of the Crows compete for the ball during the 2017 AFLW Round 07 match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Adelaide Crows at Olympic Park Oval on March 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

The AFL Women’s competition is set for “aggressive” expansion in 2019, according to League boss, Gillon McLachlan.

McLachlan told SEN radio on Saturday afternoon the AFLW competition could see more than two teams added to the league in two years time.

“I do think that (more than two teams could come be added in 2019),” McLachlan said.

However, it remains unlikely that any new teams will be added next season.

“We haven’t made a final decision but my view is out there that I think we need to consolidate next year and I think the quality of the game will increase remarkably,” he added.

“I think we’ll be then prepared to do something hopefully aggressive in 2019.”

The AFLW league was a raging success in season one, with fans turned away from the first game of the season at Ikon Park with the stadium at capacity prior to the start of the game.

The grand final also saw over 15,000 fans pack into Metricon Stadium, which Adelaide won against Brisbane by six points.