Baltimore-Washington Ausball

The Baltimore Washington Eagles are kicking off the 2007 season with the
United States' first-ever Ausball league. Composed of four teams from
around the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan area, the Eagles have devised
a modified version of Australian Rules that accommodates players of all
genders and age brackets. This new, nine-a-side version is created as a
non-contact game (based on the "two-hand touch" American football version)
and is played on a rectangular soccer ground. Players still move and kick

New Women's Teams

Spring is slowly arriving and clubs are starting training for the 2007 season.  Two new women's Australian Football Clubs are being formed in Denver and Nashville.

Tammy Davies reports that practices have just started in Denver and they will be training for the Aussieball (co-ed footy) season which runs from May 16 to June 13.  Additionally, they will traveling to Minneapolis on July 28 for a match with Minnesota and Milwaukee.



The Women's Australian Football Association is looking for a major and supporting sponsors to partner with this growing sport leading to an International visit to Australia in 2009.

The opportunity to become linked at the ground floor to this exciting development in the growth of Australian Rules Football is open to any company or individual. Please contact us to begin your partnership with this great sport and to be a part of this history making and exciting opportunity.

USA vs Canada

August 04, 2007 12:00am America/Vancouver
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Women's National Team Nominations

Wayne Kraska, the USAFL Women's National Team Head Coach, and the Women's Footy Board are proud to announce that we are accepting nominations for the Women's National Team match in Vancouver, BC on August 4-5, 2007.

All interested players are encouraged to notify us of their interest by sending an email to Please include the following information:

American Women Training in Perth

Bennies training in FremantleWomen from St Benedicts College in St Cloud, Minnesota and the University of Portland in Oregon have started a 3 month 'boot camp' footy program. The program is hosted and coordinated by South Fremantle Football Club (including a coach). The squad trains at Fremantle Oval, the home of the Dockers.  It is likely that women from other colleges on Study Abroard in Fremantle will join in .


Arizona Women's Metro League

The Arizona Lady Hawks have announced their 2007 Metro Footy League. Games will be playing in March and April at McQueen Park in Gilbert. Two teams will be competing for the title.


Women's Footy Board

Women's footy has experienced tremendous growth in its short life. In order to ensure that we continue to grow, we are putting together a board to guide the development of women's australian football.

US vs Canada

The American Revolution and the Canadian Northwind are proud to announce the first ever women's australian football international match.  The match will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia on August 4, 2007.

A full day of footy is planned with a match between the American and Canadian Men's teams, a U17 Juniors match, and an Over 35's Legends game.

All women playing in America are encouraged to play.  If you are interested please register for the match.

Atlanta Repeats!

The 2nd annual USAFL Women's Australian Football National Championships have wrapped up in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 2005 champions from Atlanta came out strong and took home the cup again. They cemented their place in history by becoming the first dynasty in women's Football.

The final results were

  1. Atlanta Lady Kookaburras
  2. Pacific Coast Highway
  3. Milwaukee Lady Bombers
  4. Arizona Lady Hawks