The AFL’s next salary cap rule will see players earn around $600,000 a year under the new structure.
It’s been a long time coming, but the AFL has now confirmed that it will be up to the AFL to determine the salary cap for next season.
The AFLPA has also confirmed that the salary will be determined by the AFL, with a minimum salary of $1.9 million.
That means players earning $1 million in salary will have an annual salary of about $6 million.
The new salary cap rules come into effect on March 31st and will come into force from March 31, 2020.
The salary cap is set at $5 million a season, but with the AFL taking into account player turnover and a salary cap increase this season, it’s expected the salary to increase to $6.5 million next season as well.
What you need to know about the salary caps The salary caps have been in place for a while, with the cap being reduced in 2017.
Under the new rules, players can earn up to $600K per year from April 1, 2020 to March 31.
The cap will increase by $500,000 from March 1, 2021 to March 1 of 2022.
In 2021, the salary limit was $5.2 million a year, and players earning over $6M a year earned $7.1 million.
Players will be able to earn up a maximum of $400,000 in each of the next two seasons, meaning that players who had a contract for two years would have a maximum salary of around $1M next season under the cap rules.
The limit will then increase to around $7M next year.
There will also be a salary limit of $250,000 for clubs who are in finals, or $400K for teams that are in semi-finals.
This cap will then remain at $7,500, but there are a number of ways that players can exceed this amount, such as being awarded more than $600k in a season.
Clubs will also earn money by holding the ball longer than the minimum amount of five minutes in a match, and will be subject to a penalty of up to 15 per cent of a player’s total salary.
Players can earn a maximum $300,000 by being awarded the ball more than 20 times during a season and have a penalty for exceeding this.
If a player receives a penalty in excess of the cap, that player will have to forfeit the money.
Clubs can also earn a bonus of up the salary.
Under these rules, a player can earn between $50,000 and $200,000 if they are awarded a bonus that equals at least $200k.
If an player earns over $200K, they can receive a bonus, but they will not be eligible for the bonus for another three years.
Players have until March 31 to claim the bonus, and the AFL is yet to release a salary for 2017, but we know it will fall at least into the $600-600,00 range.
Under this new cap, the average salary cap has now increased to $2.8 million per player.
The next salary for players who reach the age of 25 will be $2 million, but that is still well below the average of around half a million.
There is a possibility that the AFL will increase the salary for teams to a maximum in the next few years.
The top 10 players who earn the most money are the Hawks, Saints, Demons, Cats, Bombers, Bulldogs, Bulldogs and Power.
The best and the most expensive players are the Cats, Saints and Tigers.