USAFL National Championships

October 11, 2008 08:00am to October 12, 2008 05:00pm America/Denver


Air Force Academy Colorado Springs , CO
United States
Colorado US

The 2008 USAFL Women's National Championships will be contested on October 11 & 12 in Colorado Springs, CO.

Free agents will be rounding out the rosters.  We welcome and encourage all women to sign up and play at Nationals no matter your age or experience.


All women competing will be required to submit proof of citizenship.  Passports and birth certificates are acceptable to prove non-Australian citizenship.  Australians can provide those or just a driver's license.

Players must be registered with the USAFL


Edmonton Emus


A new womens team, the Edmonton Emus, is starting up in September 2008 and is looking to recruit new players.  For more information, please contact them via



Kookaburras fire at Duel in the Desert

The first women's footy games of the year were held on Saturday with the inaugural 'Duel in the Desert' tournament hosted by the Arizona Lady Hawks. With temperatures expected to rise into the triple digits it was an early start with games starting not long after 8.00am. At the event were the newly formed Denver Lady Bulldogs and the Atlanta Lady Kookaburras as well as the hosts of course the Lady Hawks, runners-up at last years Nationals in Louisville.

Photos courtesy: Pat Shannahan - Phoenix


Freedom Squad Training

The first of several Freedom Squad training and testing sessions for 2008 will take place Sunday June 1 at 9.00 am in Gilbert AZ morning following the Arizona Women's Footy tournament. All women players in the USA registered with the USAFL and members of their club (or in process of) are permitted to try out for the squad. (Contact your own club if you are uncertain of your own status)

There will be a similar sessions  to follow.

At the training sessions you can expect to undertake some or all of the following, (time & weather permitting)


USA Student Joins WA Football Team

University of Wisconsin/Madison business and sports management student Jacqueline Theiler has become the first US student to join the West Australian Football Commission on an internship.

Jacqueline, who has moved to Perth (WA) as part of an international student abroad program at Murdoch University, will work with the West Australian Country Football League in the areas of sponsorship delivery, marketing, event management and general administration duties.

University of Portland Magazine

This item appeared in the University of Portland Magazine under "Class Notes"

Arizona Women's Tournament

May 31, 2008 12:00am to 11:59pm America/Phoenix America/Phoenix

The Arizona Ladyhawks are proud to announce their first annual Duel in the Desert Women's Australian Football Tournament.

More details will be forthcoming!

Contact Arizona Lady Hawks for more information

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Women's Footy Store Opens

We're proud to announce that our Women's Footy Store is now open! Get USA Freedom gear and be the envy of everyone in your block!

All proceeds go towards the funding the USA Freedom.