- AFL CNE- Round 1 Results
- Principal to support GB through to 2018
- Bulldogs finalise their AFL IC’17 Squad
- Demons & Scorpions Haggis Cup Champions!
- AFL Europe Coaching Courses 2017
- OPROGROUP to protect AFL England
- Talking IC with GB Swans Coach Ian Mitchell
- WEST LONDON & WIMBLEDON CROWNED CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE 2017
- Talking IC with GB Bulldog Michael Sharp
- Talking IC with GB Swan Mel McDevitt
AFL London Women’s League
Women’s participation in Australian Rules Football is on the up in England and the first English Women’s league ran in London for the 2015 season. The Wandsworth Demons took the inaugural title.
AFL London Ladies Contacts:
- Wandsworth Demons- Kate Grabowski: email@example.com
- South East London Giants- Marianna Graham: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wimbledon Hawks- Lisa Wilson: email@example.com
- North London Lions- Adina Lieblich: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Reading Roos- (looking for interested parties)- Nirosha Sithirapathy: email@example.com
- West London Wildcats- (looking for interested parties) Glynn Elves: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other clubs in the country are running female participation programmes so please contact AFL England or your local club for more information.
The England Vixens are the England national side and are the reigning European Champions having defeated Denmark in the 2015 Axios Euro Cup final. This was just their second European competition as in 2014 the Vixens made their debut in the Axios Euro cup in Surrey, finishing in second place behind the Irish Banshees.
The GB Swans are the GB representative team made up of players from the home countries. They will be competing at the European Championships 2016 (London) and the International Cup 2017 (Melbourne).