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United States Australian Football League

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States Australian Football League
USAFL logo.png
SportAustralian rules football
Founded1996
Inaugural season1997[1][2]
No. of teams42 (men's) and 22 (women's)[1]
CountryUSA
Most recent
champion(s)
Men's: Austin Crows
(4th premiership)
Women's: San Francisco Iron Maidens
(3rd premiership)
Most titlesMen: Denver Bulldogs
(8 premierships)
Women: Denver Bulldogs
(6 premierships)
TV partner(s)Go Live Sports Cast Youtube
Official websitewww.usafl.com

The United States Australian Football League (USAFL) is the governing body for Australian rules football in the United States. It was conceived in 1996 and organized in 1997. It is based in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.

As of 2011, there were over 1,000 registered USAFL players.[3][4] There are 43 member clubs, of which 42 have men's teams (all except North Star Blue Ox) and 22 have women's teams.[1] Most of the football clubs in the United States have a traditional 18-a-side team for representative purposes and multiple 9-a-side teams running in a local league.

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Contents

History

CRBR Park Stadium is the largest purpose built cricket/Australian football ground in the United States. It has a capacity of 20,000.
CRBR Park Stadium is the largest purpose built cricket/Australian football ground in the United States. It has a capacity of 20,000.

The first match between two local US clubs was played in 1996 between Cincinnati and Louisville.[5] In the first year the Mid American Australian Football League was formed. Many of the local players had found out about the game in the 1980s on television via the then-nascent ESPN cable network. Although the local game grew, ESPN no longer broadcast AFL matches, and in response the lobby group, Australian Football Association of North America was formed.

In 1997, the first club national championships were held in Cincinnati. Nashville hosted the first Australian Grand Final Festival in the same year. The United States Australian Football League (USAFL) was formed in 1997 to govern the code in the country.

The involvement of many well-known Australians has helped boost the relations between the USAFL and AFL. In the early days, Paul Roos was a key figure.

Robert DiPierdomenico, Leigh Matthews and Michael Voss are official USAFL ambassadors.

National teams

USAFL is responsible for the co-ordination of the National Teams, the USA Revolution men's team and the USA Freedom women's team. The team plays in international tournaments and exhibition matches against other countries. National team players are selected from the best US-born players from the club teams across the country.

With close proximity to Canada, the Revolution & Freedom participate in the annual 49th Parallel Cup against Canada each year except for years of the International Cup in Australia.

The Revolution competed in the 2002 Australian Football International Cup, finishing 5th out of 11 countries and in the 2005 Australian Football International Cup finishing 3rd out of 10 countries. They competed in the 2008 Australian Football International Cup where the Revolution finished 7th out of 16 countries. At the 2011 Australian Football International Cup, the Revolution finished 4th in an increased field of 18 countries. The Revolution finished 8th at the 2014 Australian Football International Cup, again with 18 countries participating.

Domestic tournaments and competitions

USAFL clubs and representative sides

Football Map

United States Australian Football League is located in the United States
Adelaide Club symbol.svg
<span style="color:#22b;">Arizona</span>
EssendonDesign.svg
<span style="color:#22b;">Rome</span>
Balmain colours.svg
<span style="color:#22b;"> Baltimore </span>
AFL Geelong Icon.jpg
<span style="color:#22b;">Columbus</span>
USAFL Cleveland icon.png
Cleveland
AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg
<span style="color:#22b;">Jacksonville</span>
AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg
<span style="color:#22b;"> Wisconsin</span>
    <span style="color:#22b;"> Twin Cities</span>
     Seattle
Woodville Warriors design.jpg
<span style="color:#22b;"> Little Rock</span>
Carlton AFL icon.svg
<span style="color:#22b;"> St. Louis</span>
Carlton AFL icon.svg
<span style="color:#22b;"> Oklahoma</span>
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<span style="color:#22b;">Richmond</span>

USAFL Teams

Club City State Region Est. Titles (M) Titles (F) Website
AFL Hawthorn Icon.jpg
Arizona Hawks
Phoenix Arizona West 1999 Link
Adelaide Club symbol.svg
Arizona Outlaws
Phoenix Arizona West 2018 Link
Australian colours.svg
Atlanta Kookaburras
Atlanta Georgia East 1998 1 Link
Adelaide Club symbol.svg
Austin Crows
Austin Texas Central 2002 4 Link
Balmain colours.svg
Baltimore Dockers
Baltimore Maryland East 2017 Link
USAFL Baton Rouge Icon.jpg
Baton Rouge Tigers
Baton Rouge Louisiana Central 2004 Link
AFL Melbourne Icon.jpg
Boston Demons
Boston Massachusetts East 1997 2 Link
AFL North Melbourne Icon.jpg
Calgary Kangaroos
Calgary Alberta AFL Canada 2002 3 Link
AFL Sydney Icon.jpg
Chicago Swans
Chicago Illinois Central 1998 Link
Cincinatti Dockers Icon.jpg
Cincinnati Dockers
Cincinnati Ohio Central 1996 1 Link
USAFL Cleveland icon.png
Cleveland Cannons
Cleveland Ohio Central 2014 Link
AFL Geelong Icon.jpg
Columbus Cats
Columbus Ohio Central 2008 Link
Collingwood icon.svg
Dallas Dingoes
Dallas Texas Central 1998 Link
AFL West Coast Eagles Icon.png
DC Eagles
Washington District of Columbia East 2017 Link
AFL Footscray Icon.jpg
Denver Bulldogs
Denver Colorado Central 1998 8 6 Link
RedlegsDesign.png
Des Moines Roosters
Des Moines Iowa Central 2010 Link
Fort Lauderdale Fighting Squids Fort Lauderdale Florida East 2005 Link
Balmain colours.png
Golden Gate Roos
San Francisco California West 1998 1 3 Link
USAFL Houston icon.jpg
Houston Lonestars
Houston Texas Central 2005 Link
AFL West Coast Eagles Icon.png
Hawai'i Eagles
Honolulu Hawaii West 2019
AFL GWS Icon.jpg
Indianapolis Giants
Indianapolis Indiana Central 2013 Link
AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg
Jacksonville Saints
Jacksonville Florida East 2018 Link
AFL Port Adelaide 1997-2009 Icon.jpg
Kansas City Power
Kansas City Missouri Central 1998 Link
     Las Vegas Gamblers Las Vegas Nevada West 2005 Link
USAFL LA Dragons Icon.jpeg
Los Angeles Dragons
Los Angeles California West 2010 Link
Cincinatti Dockers Icon.jpg
Louisville Kings
Louisville Kentucky Central 1996 Link
Woodville Warriors design.jpg
Little Rock Coyotes
Little Rock Arkansas Central 2016 Link
Maine Cats colors.png
Maine Cats
Portland Maine East 2018 Link
EssendonDesign.svg
Milwaukee Bombers
Milwaukee Wisconsin Central 1998 1 Link
Minnesota Freeze Minneapolis Minnesota Central 2005 Link
Nashville Kangaroos colors.png
Nashville Kangaroos
Nashville Tennessee Central 1997 Link
Port Adelaide SANFL Icon.jpg
New York Magpies
New York New York East 1998 2 Link
AFL Richmond Icon.jpg
North Carolina Tigers
Raleigh North Carolina East 1997 Link
North Star Blue Ox Minneapolis–Saint Paul Minnesota Central 2017 Link
Carlton AFL icon.svg
Oklahoma Football Club
Oklahoma City /Tulsa Oklahoma Central 2017 Link
Oc.png
Orange County Giants
Orange County California West 1998 Link
BurnieHawksDesign.PNG
Philadelphia Hawks
Philadelphia Pennsylvania East 1998 Link
Usafl portland.png
Portland AFC
Portland Oregon West 1998 Link
AFL North Melbourne Icon.jpg
Quebec Saints
Montreal Quebec AFL Canada 2008 Link
EssendonDesign.svg
Rome Redbacks
Rome Georgia East 2018 Link
Moewglfl.PNG
RVA Lions
Richmond Virginia East 2019 Link
AFL Gold Coast Icon.jpg
Sacramento Suns
Sacramento California West 2009 Link
Moewglfl.PNG
San Diego Lions
San Diego California West 1997 2 Link
     Seattle Grizzlies Seattle Washington West 1998 Link
Carlton AFL icon.svg
Saint Louis Blues
St. Louis Missouri Central 1997 Link
AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg
Wisconsin Wombats
Madison Wisconsin Central 2017 Link

[6]

Previous clubs

Club Years in competition Premierships Reason for Disbandment
AFL West Coast Eagles Icon.png
Baltimore Washington Eagles
1998 - 2017 Split to form Baltimore Dockers and DC Eagles
AFL St Kilda Icon.jpg
Charleston Saints
2011 - 2015 Folded
     Detroit Overdrive 1999 - 2006 Folded
Canadacolours.png
Florida Redbacks
1999 - 2013 Folded
     Illinois Ironmen 2000 - 2004 Merged with Chicago Swans
AFL West Coast Eagles Icon.png
Inland Empire Eagles
1997 - 2002 Folded
    Lehigh Valley Crocs 1999 - 2003 Absorbed by Philadelphia Hawks
Adelaide Club symbol.svg
Los Angeles Crows
1996 - 2003 Folded
     Mojave Greens 2003 - 2006 Folded
     Oklahoma City Flyers 2016 - 2017 Merged with Tulsa to form Oklahoma FC
     Pittsburgh Wallabies 2004 - 2006 Absorbed by Philadelphia Hawks
AFL Hawthorn Icon.jpg
South Carolina Hawks
1999 - 2001 Folded
AFL Sydney Icon.jpg
St. Petersburg Swans
2014 - 2017 Created Major League Footy
StKildaDesign.svg
Tri Cities Saints
1999 - 2004 Folded
     Tucson Javelinas 1999 - 2004 Folded
StKildaDesign.svg
Tulsa Buffaloes
2010 - 2017 Merged with Oklahoma City to form Oklahoma FC
Great Britain colours.svg
Vancouver Cougars
2006 - 2009 1 Still active in AFL Canada

[citation needed]

[6]

Affiliated leagues

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Australian football makes inroads in Baltimore one bounce, kick and bump at a time". The Baltimore Sun. 26 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Aussie rules tackling the USA". The Sydney Morning Herald. 20 September 2011.
  3. ^ "AFL International Development Regional Plan 2012-2016" (PDF). United States Australian Football League. May 2012. p. 8. Retrieved 2020-01-01.
  4. ^ Maine, Jim (2012). Aussie Rules For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons. p. 127. ISBN 978-1-118-34875-8. Retrieved 2020-01-01.
  5. ^ "MAAFL League History". Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2012-09-30.
  6. ^ a b "USAFL".

External links

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