Nationals

Maidens tame Bulldogs to Repeat, Complete GG Double

Twelve months after lifting the Women’s D1 National Championship trophy in Sarasota for the very first time, the San Francisco Iron Maidens tried to do it again.  This time, they’d face the largest field of standalone teams ever assembled.

Roos Rise to the Occasion, Win First D1 Crown

In a trend where teams have been defying history – Tigers, Bulldogs in the AFL, Cubs, Astros in baseball, for example – you can add the Golden Gate Roos to that list.

Surf and Turf -- Day 1 at the USAFL Nationals

It’s taken 17 years for the USAFL Nationals to come back to California.  After the opening day of competition here in San Diego, no less than six Golden State based sides are poised to bring home the chocolates.  A new champion looks to be crowned in Men’s Division 1, an All-Canadian Grand Final has been avoided on the Women’s D1 side, and still many Grand Final spots are up for grabs as we head into Nationals Sunday.  In addition history was made when three wo

Nationals Preview: Women D2, Men D4

We wrap up our Nationals previews series with a look at the Women’s Division 2 and Men’s Division 4.  Hope you enjoyed these, and see you in San Diego!

Nationals Preview: Women Division 1

Women’s football has grown faster than a patch of sunflowers in the rugged Northern California mountainsides, and sprouted with it the same amount of hope and potential.  From three teams in 2005, this year’s edition of the USAFL Nationals boasts thirteen sides across two women’s divisions, representing a record-breaking 21 clubs.

Nationals Preview: Mens Division 2 and 3

We continue our look at the previews for the 2017 USAFL National Championships in San Diego with a look at the Men's Division 2 and 3 competitions.

Tomorrow (Wednesday) will be the Women's D1, followed by the Women's D2, and Men's D4 and Reserves.


MEN’S DIVISION 2:

Nationals Preview: Men's Division 1

In 1602, a Spanish merchant by the name of Sebastian Vizcaino, looking for prosperous regions to help spread trade, came upon the shores of Alta California.  The landing was made during the feast of San Diego de Alcala, he renamed the area. 

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