Rich Mann

Rich Mann was  a founding member of the Cincinnati Dockers and the USAFL. He served as a committee member and as the League’s President for 7 years. Rich also served as Australian Liaison and was on the organizing committee for the inaugural International Cup in 2002. Rich has been involved in organizing the USAFL National Tournament since 1997. He has played in numerous USAFL Premiership teams, first with the Cincinnati Dockers and more recently with the Denver Bulldogs. He has been named the National Tournament MVP twice. Rich has played over 500 games in his career and served on numerous club and league committees.

Rich has served the League in many forms throughout our first Decade. Rich was the first Vice President of the USAFL and then became the second President at the end of 1999. He was instrumental in running the 1997 through 2001 Nationals, and has been the driving force behind the 2007 Nationals upon his return to the USA. When Rich returned home in 2001 the league took a huge hit, but Rich continued to work tirelessly for the League. He was the Australian Liaison for the USAFL while he was in Australia. The USAFL was excited to have him back in 2006 and look forward to his second round as President starting right after these Nationals are concluded. In addition, Rich has been the runner for the Revolution throughout its entire history and sat on the organizing committee for the inaugural International Cup in Melbourne in 2002. As a player he has won many awards, including being a two-time MVP at Nationals and MVP of the first USA vs Canada game in 1999. He is also being recognized as a player on the USAFL All-Star team of the Decade.

Position: 
YearUSAFL RolePositionResignedGrade
2000
President
President
2008 to 2011
President
President
2006 to 2007
Member at Large
Execute Board Member
1999
Vice President Central
Regional VP
Honors: 
YearUSAFL RoleAward Category
2007
Administration/Player
2012