Revolution & Freedom Update

Revolution training camp is scheduled for February 26-28 in Austin, Texas.

The international match for the Freedom and Revolution teams vs. Canada will be in Toronto, Canada July 31- August 2.

The date in August is a blackout date for the league, please do not schedule any inter club games for the weekend of July 31-August 2.

Revos Face Denmark

Revos Face Denmark
A clip from the upcoming documentary "Australian Football, American Revolution." Words from Kevin Sheedy provide inspiration as the Revolution prepare for their long-anticipated first match of the 2008 International Cup against Denmark.

2009 49th Parallel Cup

A strong squad of players, including several Revolution veterans and many young and eager first timers, made the trip to Mason, Ohio, to take on the Canadian Northwind in the 49th Parallel Cup. This was the first game for the Revolution squad since the 2008 International Cup and it was exciting to watch the team gel together to defeat the Northwind by 50 points in the main game on August 1. It was equally as impressive watching the team back up this effort to again win the next day.

Head Coach: Matt Bishop
Assistant Coach: Denis Ryan
Assistant Coach: Jason Becker

Be part of the Revolution


Be a Part of the Revolution!

As the new coach of the American Revolution I would like to thank the USAFL Board for giving me the opportunity to coach players from a country where they are enthusiastic, passionate and hungry to develop their Australian Football prowess.  It is with great honor that I have accepted this prestigious role.

USAFL selects new National Team coach

USAFL Selects Matt Bishop as New Revolution Head Coach.

Matt Bishop

The USAFL is proud to announce the selection of Matt Bishop as the new head coach of the Men's National Team, “The Revolution“. 

2009 International Match- August 1st & 2nd

2009 Blackout Date: Please schedule August 1st & 2nd as a blackout date.

Save the Date! The 2009 International Match will be held on August 1st & 2nd in Ohio.

We will have two matches both Saturday and Sunday.


Match 1: USA Australian All-Stars v Canadian Northwind
Match 2: American Revolution v Canadian Australian All-Stars

Match 1: USA Australian All-Stars v Canadian Australian All-Stars
Match 2: American Revolution v Canadian Northwind

2007 49th Parallel Cup No. 2

Opponent: Canadian Northwind
Date: August 2007
Location: Thunderbird Stadium, Vancouver, Canada

Revolution v Northwind
Revolution 29
Northwind 35

2007 49th Parallel Cup No. 1

Saturday January 20th saw the seventh meeting of American Revolution and the Canadian Northwind in the 49th Parallel Cup, held for the first time in Houston, Texas. This was the first of two games between the two teams in 2007 as both countries prepare for Melbourne 2008. In wet and blustery conditions that could only be described as “perfect Melbourne weather” (for winter at least), the Revolution easily accounted for the Northwind, 4.10 (34) to 1.2 (8).

Opponent: Canadian Northwind
Date: 20 January 2007
Location: Tom Bass Park, Houston, TX

Revolution v Northwind

2005 International Cup

The Revolution defeated Ireland in a play off for 3rd place after they finished 4th in round play with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss. James Brunmeier of the Milwaukee Bombers and Donnie Lucero of the Orange County Bombers were selected in the 2005 International Team.

Placing Country
1st New Zealand
2nd Papua New Guinea
3rd USA
4th Ireland
5th Samoa
6th Great Britain
7th Canada
8th South Africa
9th Japan
10th Spain

In the final for the International Cup New Zealand defeated Papua New Guinea 7.8.50 to 5.2.32.

Coaching staff for 2005 International Cup:

2004 American Revolution vs California All-Stars

Opponent: California All-Stars
Date: January,2004
Location: UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Revolution 2.4 8.7 16.7 23.8.146
CA All-Stars 2.1 3.4 5.7 7.9.51
Revolution J. Purcell (5), C. Ellis (4), E. Kalhovd (4), C. Carroll (3), J. Brunmeier (2), G. Lakomy (2), M. Curry (2), B. Pope
CA All-Stars none provided
CA All-Stars none provided


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