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Top 10 Games of Season 2016

Much like any season, the 2016 USAFL campaign was dotted with great matches with memorable performances and fantastic finishes.

Each weekday, beginning on Monday, November 28th, we’ll count down the top ten matches of the season, in our humble opinion, of those that were filmed by the USAFL and our broadcast partners, including Stateside Footy TV, GoLive SportsCast, and Capitol Community TV.

Women's Association Launches Off-Season Challenge

The USAFL Women's Association is proud to launch an off season challenge to each of the women's teams.

The challenge: Get your players certified in the various USAFL programs listed below and earn a Sherrin football for your club.

Who should participate?
Anyone wanting to better their skills.
Anyone who wants to improve their game strategy. 
Anyone who wants to help their home club get more women's footballs. 

Austin, Portland Double Up; Calgary, Rats Back on Top

It’s always great to hear an old favorite come on the radio.  Or iPod.  Or whatever it is you kids listen to these days.

It’s also nice to hear something new, though when it comes to music these days that can be sort of hit or miss.

But there were some old, sweet favorites playing at Nationals, at least in terms of the four clubs who emerged as Men’s Division Champions at the Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Florida.

Maidens, West Coast Combo Take Nationals Honors

For the second straight season, the USAFL Nationals had two women’s divisions contested.  Nearly 200 women again took to the ground, and put on another memorable carnival.

Most people will look at the records of the women’s division and note its posterity for the fact that the longest title streak of any division in the two-decade history of the tournament came to an end in heart stopping fashion. 

Others will see the combination of three new clubs and a USAFL original with familiar names at the top of Division 2, marking a resurgence of women’s footy on the west coast.

Four Seasons in a Day - Day 1 at Nationals

Four seasons in a day.  That’s what we had on Saturday in Lakewood Ranch; sun, clouds, rain, wind, humidity.

We also saw another slate of amazing footy matches, many of which were streamed online via USAFL.com.  As in last year, there is still a lot to play for across all six divisions, with virtually no dead rubbers and many teams still with a crack at Sunday afternoon glory.

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