Sunglasses At Night - Pregaming the 49th Parallel Cup Men

It is a long and winding road between now and the year 2017.

Three long years will simply ferment the simmering feelings of two talented footballing nations who feel that their trips to Melbourne for the International Cup last summer would be largely unfulfilled.  The USA finished 8th, their worst IC finish in history.  Canada finished fifth, their best ever result, but were on the wrong side of the percentage formula and missed out on a chance to play in the semi-finals.

2015 49th Parallel Cup - Ft Lauderdale, Florida, USA

The 10th renewal of the 49th Parallel Cup carnival comes to the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida this weekend.  Nearly 100 athletes representing both nations will take part in a total of four matches over two days – Friday, July 31st and Saturday, August 1st.  The USAFL, in conjunction with AFL Canada, will be streaming all four PC matches live on YouTube.  Both days’ coverage will begin at 5:45pm ET, with Brian Barrish and Denis Ryan leading the commentary team for the weekend.  There will also be live updates on Twitter and Facebook.

2015 49th Parallel Cup

Fri, 07/31/2015 - 11:20 to Sat, 08/01/2015 - 22:30
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49th Parallel Cup Men: USA Revolution vs Canada Northwind

Aug 01, 2015 - 08:00pm US/Eastern
Broward County Stadium
3700 NW 11th PL
Lauderhill, FL 33311
USA Revolution
  Canada North Wind
6.9.45 3.11.29
USA Revolution6.9.45
Canada North Wind3.11.29
Canada North Wind
1Jovan Love
2Dayton Love
3Bogdan Rotaru
5Ronan Shaughnessy
7James Duggan
8Nathan Cragg
9Jim Oertel
10Robert Tersigni
11Michael Berk
12Garrett Reynolds
13Bryan Campbell
14Jacob Martin
15Steve Rutledge
16Nathan Singh
17Justin Settle
18Nathan Strom
19CJ Brassington
20Eric Klein
21Robin Macdonald
22Morgan Whyte
23Jordan Harcombe
25Matthia Singh


49th Parallel Cup Men's Development: USA vs Canada

Jul 31, 2015 - 06:00pm US/Eastern
Broward County Stadium
3700 NW 11th PL
Lauderhill, FL 33311
USA Revolution Development
  Canada North Wind Development
9.9.63 3.2.20
USA Revolution Development9.9.63
Canada North Wind Development3.2.20
Canada North Wind Development
2Justin Moniz
4Chris Bourque
5Kyle Mundell
6Conor Adair
7Mitch Home
8Ewan Williams
9Kyle Graham
10Pierre-Olivier Chemin
11Alex Huard
12Steve Verzyden
13Riyad Karacic
14Ryan McNabb
15Nick Liang
16Kerim Karacic
17Logan Anderson
18Deshaun Tinglin
19Kyle Springer
20Jeremy Schwartzentruber
21Quinn Hobbs
22Ian Taylor
23Adrian Lyttle


USA Revolution and Development Rosters Announced

Representing 19 teams from coast to coast, the USA Revolution and Development squads rosters have been announced for the 2015 49th Parallel Cup matches against Canada.

The rosters, selected by USA Revolution head coach Tom Ellis, assistant coach Dan Sarbacker, and the rest of their staff, are a mixture of veterans at the club and national level, as well as new American footballers who are the next generation of the sport's future in this country.  

Introducing the USA Revolution Coaching Staff

I am pleased to announce the new coaching staff for the USA National Australian Rules Football Team, The American Revolution. 

This coaching staff includes 5 past Revolution players.   I am excited to have them on board to help grow this great sport in the USA.  I look forward to having them work with the next generation of American players to go where we have never gone before. 

Ft Lauderdale to Host 2015 49th Parallel Cup Matches

A new road ahead of a new International Cup lies in waiting.  And it begins in sunny Florida with an all too familiar rivalry.

The 2015 edition of the 49th Parallel Cup, featuring a series of international test matches between the USA and Canada, will be held July 31st and August 1st at beautiful Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 

Letter from Revolution Coach Tom Ellis

Thank you USAFL,

I want to thank all of the USAFL for the honor of leading the USA National Australian Rules Football team, the American Revolution. 

Denver's Ellis Takes the Reigns of USA Revolution

He's been a champion and an ambassador at the national level.  Now, Tom Ellis will lead his nation on the road to International Cup 2017.

The USAFL is pleased to announce that Ellis has been named the new coach of the USA Revolution, the US Men’s National team.  He brings with him a great deal of experience as a player for club and country, as well as a Level 1 certified coach.


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