Women’s Football

AFL England currently has nine women’s teams playing across two AFL London leagues. However, there is a substantial appetite for women’s footy up and down the country, increasingly in Central & Northern England.

If you are interested in setting up a women’s club near you, contact us on info@aflengland.org

AFL London

There are currently nine women’s teams spread across two divisions in London. Click on any of the links below to find out how you can get involved with an AFL London team near you.

North London Lions – Women’s Premiership
Wandsworth Demons – Women’s Premiership & Conference
West London Wildcats – Women’s Premiership & Conference
Putney Magpies – Women’s Conference
London Swans – Women’s Conference
South East London Giants – Women’s Premiership
Wimbledon Hawks – Women’s Premiership

Central and Northern England

Central and Northern England is home to the Nottingham Scorpions, who represented the area at the 2018 Women’s Champions League where they finished fifth. Seven of the Scorpions also played for the Great Britain Swans at last year’s International Cup.

21st July: Women’s CNE Champions League Qualifying Game/Tournament
15th September: Tyne Tees Cup (Newcastle)

Playing Australian rules football allows women to use skills from other sports such as football, netball, basketball, rugby and Gaelic football and try a new challenge. The game appeals to women who love team games and physically demanding sports.

If you are interested in taking up a new, exciting sport please don’t hesitate to contact us on info@aflengland.org, or the Central & Northern England women’s coordinator Laura Turner-Ramadan (lozzy_turner@hotmail.com)