Matt Mueller

Matt Muller was a founding member of Seattle Grizzlies in 1998, he served more than 13 years as President and is a club co-founder and hall-of‐fame member. In addition to helping found the club, Matt has worked tirelessly for more than a decade turning it from a small group of ex‐pats "having a kick", into one of the top competitive clubs in the USAFL. All the while maintaining focus on it remaining not just a football club, but also an active social organization, raising funds for special needs (helped raise over $12,000 for the 2009 bushfire relief), and ensuring the Grizzlies always remained a club open to all‐ comers. During his tenure, Matt led the Grizzlies to a 2008 USAFL Div II National Championship, a 2nd place 2009 USAFL Div I finish, as well as three regional tournament and six Pacific Northwest conference championships to include the 2011 Portland Stumptown Throwdown. Matt also worked for many years voluntarily building and mantaining the initial US Footy website for which the league is forever grateful.

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YearUSAFL RoleAward Category
2012
Clubs and Administration