In modern Australian rules football, in which players do not strictly stick to a single position, the full-forward is often referred to as a "Key Forward" and can often switch positions with the centre half-forward for "team balance" reasons. The frequency of players kicking 100 goals in a season has decreased in recent years.
|B:||Back pocket||Fullback||Back pocket|
|HB:||Half-back flank||Centre half-back||Half-back flank|
|HF:||Half-forward flank||Centre half-forward||Half-forward flank|
|F:||Forward pocket||Full-forward||Forward pocket|