The AFL's head of women's football Nicole Livingstone said discussions were underway in relation to the structure for the 2019 season, even before the current one begins. 

"[Charging for tickets] is something that will be looked at for season number three," Livingstone said on the first episode of's relaunched AFLW podcast, Trail Blazers. 

"It's something we need to be asking attendees at games … we need to be asking them if are they prepared to pay for a ticket.

"It's a conversation we're having. People want the girls to be able to be … full-time if they would like to be, or less compromised in terms of having to juggle work and making ends meet and playing football."

At the moment, attendance to AFLW matches has been free and will continue to stay that way for the 2018 season with the exception of the upcoming round two clash between Fremantle and Collingwood. 

Tickets will be just $2 and spectators will be able to access free public transport in Perth to attend the match.

So far 25,000 tickets have been sold. 

All proceeds will be going to charity. 

The AFLW season starts on February 2 with Carlton and Collingwood at Ikon Park.