Footy Kids

Saturday Morning Footy Begins June 8

The Saturday Morning Footy junior development programs begins on June 8 at Bluemont Park, Arlington, VA.

Boys and girls aged 5 to 15 are welcome to participate in the fun and free activities to learn the skills and rules of the great game of Australian football. The under 9s participate in clinics based on Australian Football League’s Auskick program - the highly successful Australian youth sporting program.

Ausball Clinic

Overcome the two biggest hurdles facing USAFL clubs today with Ausball, a coed, minimal contact form of Australian Football. It is a proven pathway program that can provide your club with a regular stream of recruits and valuable income.

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Atlanta Kookaburras DUFFA Cup

Australian Rules Football is one of the hardest hitting sports in the world. Be on hand to experience the action of the First Annual Down Under Fest Footy All-Stars Cup (aka The D.U.F.F.A. Cup). Games will begin early on Saturday, May 26 and finishing on Sunday, Monday, May 27, followed by live music, food and beer at the Down Under Fest Pub.

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$10 for a family of 5
Atlanta Kookaburras
Baltimore Washington Eagles
Charleston Saints
Los Angeles Dragons
Minnesota Freeze
Nashville Kangaroos

USAFL Junior Clinics

All 'junior' footy players are welcome to attend this FREE juniors clinic on the main field!


USAFL Player Development Clinic

2009 Clinic, Mason, OHDue to lack of registrations, the Player Development clinic has been canceled.

If you would like further information, please contact Matt Bishop, Revolution Head Coach >

Eagles begin 5th year of youth program

The Baltimore Washington Eagles begins its 5th season of USFooty's Saturday Morning Footy program on Saturday June 19. The youth footy program based on the AFL Auskick program began in Arlington in 2006 with 2 sessions and 22 participants. In 2009 it had grown to 5 sessions with 41 participants. So far this year, 49 kids have registered online to participate in the program, making 2010 the biggest year yet.

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