Club News

New York’s Aurrichio Has His Eyes on the AFL

New York Magpie Alex Aurrichio began his journey to Australia flying high from a National Championship win by the Pies this October.  Formerly an athlete at Columbia University playing soccer and baseball, Aurrichio joined the New York Magpies during the 2014 season after a showing at the USAFL Combine last April.  Having been in Melbourne for just over a month, Aurrichio is putting his effort into overdrive training with the likes of Collingwood VFL, Coburg VFL, and St. Kilda Sandringham VFL. 

Nashville Kangaroos Seeking Head Coach for 2015

The Nashville Kangaroos are inviting applications for the position of head coach of our men’s USAFL Australian football team. It is preferred that the head coach not be a current player in 2015. Ideally, this will be a person who will be staying with Nashville Kangaroos for the long term.

Tulsa Buffaloes Release Promo Video

The Tulsa Buffaloes have released a fantastic promo video, which includes scratch match footage and USAFL match action against the Minnesota Freeze and Kansas City Power.

Philadelphia Hawks Soar Over North Carolina Tigers

It’s always good to start anything off with a win.

The beginning of a new era in Hawks history was a positive one, as the team held off the North Carolina Tigers 54-47 in their first home game at Lower Perkiomen Valley Park.

The Lady Suns Have Arrived

Saturday, June 28, 2014 - The Sacramento Lady Suns have shown they will be a force to be reckoned with in 2014, defeating the San Francisco Iron Maidens convincingly on their home turf.

The Suns and Lady Suns participated in the first ever Western Region Metro Tournament, hosted by the Golden Gate Australian Football League (GGAFL) in Daly City, and traveled in numbers with 27 men and 21 women, along with family and friends, making the trip down Interstate 80.

Freeze Hold Firm at Home Against the Roosters

The Minnesota Freeze held firm in a home game against the Des Moines Roosters, handing the Iowa cocks a thorough depluming by a score of 92 to 8.

My FOX9 News covered the game, with a focus on USA Revolution players. Click here for the My FOX9 report.

Kangaroos defeat Atlanta Kookaburras by 22 goals in Season Opener

The Nashville Kangaroos played their first game of the season against the Atlanta Kookaburras at Ted Rhodes Multipurpose Sports Field on June 28, 2014.

Early in a highly successful 2012 season, the Nashville Kangaroos defeated the Atlanta Kookaburras twice on the way to winning the Down Under Fest Football Allstars (DUFFA) Cup in Cumming, Georgia. In 2013, the Kangaroos defeated Atlanta both at home and away. Although neither team was at full strength, the Kangaroos were strong favorites at home.

Freeze Rout Chicago in Intense Rivalry Clash

The Minnesota Freeze continued their strong start to the season Saturday, defeating the Chicago Swans in a hard-fought rivalry match 79-26 on Chicago’s home ground at Waveland Park.

Coming off a strong showing in the Des Moines 10-a-Side Tournament in which the Freeze emerged as champion, the Freeze rolled into Chicago with momentum and their eyes set on avenging a tough 2013 loss to the Swans in Chicago.

Lady Suns Shine Through

Saturday, June 7, 2014 - On the weekend the Suns welcomed their NorCal rivals, the San Francisco Iron Maidens and Golden Gate Roos, and for the first time the Los Angeles Dragons to participate in the Sacramento Showdown. It was an action-packed day with plenty of great footy and no doubt the highlight was the Lady Suns emphatic win over the Iron Maidens. 

Pies Too Good For Hawks

The Pies beat Philly in Yonkers over the weekend 8.14 to 0.9 in round 1 of season 2014. The Magpies overshadowed the Philadelphia Hawks, with the backline clearly dominating the Hawks every attempt at goal for all 4 quarters. Scoring was spread across the Magpies lineup with T. Smith leading the charge with 3 goals and one goal apiece for Alex Kwiatkowski, Nick Walker, Ric Ribas Leumann and Mike Fraitta (1 goal unaccounted for).


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