Women's

Arctic Cup

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Sat, 03/25/2017 - 09:00
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A Force Awakens: 9 Women Elected to Lead USAFL Clubs in 2017

More and more, the effect and influence of women on the USAFL community is growing and becoming more vital to its sustainability.  As has been the trend over the past several of seasons, their role has grown on the field, and has ballooned with equal fervency away from it.

Stump Town Throw Down 2017

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Sat, 05/20/2017 - 10:00
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Western Regional Tournament 2017

Date: 
Sat, 07/08/2017 - 09:00

Western Regional Tournament 2017 to be held in Denver Colorado on July 8th. Men Division I, Men Division II and Women's Division will compete for the highest prize in the West Region.  Games will be held from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm in a great setting. Great many thanks to the Denver Bulldogs in hosting this event. Teams are guaranteed 3 games each with a set schedule. Teams to provide goal and boundary umpires on a set schedule. All players will need to be USAFL registered and paid to participate. 

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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. 

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.

2016 USAFL Nationals Preview - Women's Division

After an important growth year for women’s footy in the USA, 2016 once again was a showcase of just how strong the female football program is in the country.

It’s going to be hard to top last year’s 10th Anniversary Nationals, however.  Heading into the last set of Division 1 matches, four of the five clubs competition had a chance to be crowned premiers, and in the end the song remained the same.  Denver, despite being tripped up by Minnesota, continued to write their legendary story and hoist their sixth straight Nationals cup.

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