Boston Demons

The Boston Demons is a United States Australian Football League team, based in Boston, United States. It was founded in 1997. They play in the Eastern Australian Football League.

Boston Demons
Boston Demons logo
Names
Full nameBoston Demons Australian Rules Football Club
Nickname(s)Demons
Club details
Founded1997
Colours     Navy Blue      Red
CompetitionEastern Australian Football League
Premierships1998, 1999
Other information
Official websiteboston-demons.com

USAFL premierships

1998

1998 USAFL National Championships
1998 Boston Demons 15.7 (97) def. Santa Cruz Roos 1.1 (7) Cincinnati [Report]

1999

1999 USAFL National Championships
1999 Boston Demons 4.2 (26) def. Santa Cruz Roos 3.2 (20) Cincinnati [Report]

Demons in International Cups

The following Demons players have represented the United States men's national Australian rules football team, the USA Revolution, in an Australian Football International Cup:

2005 2008 2011
Earl Evon George Lakomy Andy Vanica
Jeff Katstra Andy Vanica
George Lakomy
Brad Rinklin

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2013 USAFL National Championships

The 2013 USAFL National Championships was the 17th installment of the premier United States annual Australian rules football club tournament. The tournament was held in Austin, Texas from 19–20 October. The National Champions from the men's competition were the Austin Crows and from the women's competition the champions were the Denver Bulldogs.

2014 USAFL National Championships

The 2014 USAFL National Championships was the 18th installment of the premier United States annual Australian rules football club tournament. The tournament was held in Dublin, Ohio from the 11–12 October. The National Champions from the men's competition were the New York Magpies and from the women's competition the champions were the Denver Bulldogs.

2015 USAFL National Championships

The 2015 USAFL National Championships was the 19th instalment of the premier United States annual Australian rules football club tournament. The tournament was held in Austin, Texas, for the third time, from 17 October to 18 October. It was the first edition of the tournament with two women's divisions. The Austin Crows won the Division 1 Men's Title defeating the Orange County Bombers. The Denver Bulldogs won the Division 1 Women's Title finishing first in a four-game round robin.

2016 USAFL National Championships

The 2016 USAFL National Championships were the 20th installment of the premier United States annual Australian rules football club tournament. The tournament as held at the Premier Sports Campus in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, on October 15–16. The tournament saw a total of 41 teams representing 34 USAFL clubs and three from AFL Canada.

Baltimore Washington Eagles

The Baltimore Washington Eagles was a United States Australian Football League (USAFL) team, based in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. It was founded in 1998, and includes men's and women's teams that compete at a national level. Several of its players have participated in the USA national team in numerous AFL International Cups, which are held every three years in Melbourne, Australia. The club has won two Division II Championships (1999, 2006), were runners-up in the Division I Championship in 2008, and won the 2017 Arctic Cup in Iceland. The Baltimore Washington Eagles also are affiliated with a kids footy program in the D.C. and Baltimore areas, as well as the AFL-light, tackle-free variation of the sport known as Ausball. The Eagles are affiliated with the West Coast Eagles, being the only USAFL team to share the AFL club's name and wear its colors. At the end of the 2017 season, the Baltimore Washington Eagles voted to expand into two clubs, the DC Eagles and the Baltimore Dockers. The Baltimore Dockers are the current USAFL Division IV National Champions.

Eastern Australian Football League

The Eastern Australian Football League is an Australian rules football competition in the Eastern United States of America and a division of the United States Australian Football League.

European Crusaders

The European Crusaders are an international Australian Rules Football team composed of European citizens. Although Team Europe operates with a similar concept, the Crusaders were notably the first female all European team to compete in Australia for the Australian Football International Cup. The team was also the first female combined team to play in the International Cup with players originating from Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden and Scotland. A male European Crusaders team was originally formed but disbanded prior to the tournament.

Jeremy Humm

Jeremy Humm (born 5 January 1983) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with West Coast and Richmond. A tough half-back who came from the highly productive North Ballarat club, he played four games in his debut season. With limited opportunity, he played few games in 2002, although he earned a spot in the team for the finals. With and unexpectedly small 8 games during the 2003 season and a poor start to 2004, he played most of the year in the West Australian Football League. In 2006 he moved to Richmond. He played 1 game for the Tigers and He was not picked again in 2006 and he has made no further appearance in the AFL. In 2012 he won the Hayward Medal as the Best and Fairest Player in the South West Football League, playing for the Augusta-Margaret River Hawks.

In 2015 he joined the Boston Demons football club in Massachusetts USA, where he currently oversees training as a playing coach and helps develop young US talent.

List of Australian rules football clubs by date of establishment

This is a chronological list of Australian rules football clubs since their formation.

Note that some of these football clubs that formed before 1866 (see Laws of Australian football) may not have originally played the game known today as Australian rules football. It is more than likely that most of these clubs were influenced the Melbourne Rules of 1859 which were the dominant rules of the day. However many played by their own rules and often compromised rules when playing against other clubs.

Maine Cats

The Maine Cats is a United States Australian Football League team, based in Portland, Maine, United States. It was founded in 2018.

Philadelphia Hawks

The Philadelphia Hawks are an Australian rules football club representing the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States Australian Football League.

Founded in 1998, the team has played in both Division II and Division III of the Eastern Australian Football League. Most recently, playing in Division III.

Sports in Boston

Boston, the capital city of the U.S. state of Massachusetts and largest city in New England is home to several major league sports teams. They include the Red Sox (baseball), the Celtics (basketball, in the state where the sport was invented) and the Bruins (ice hockey). The New England Patriots (American football) and the New England Revolution (soccer) play at Gillette Stadium in nearby Foxborough, Massachusetts. Several Boston-area colleges and universities are also active in college athletics.

Sports are a major part of the city's culture (as well as the culture of the Greater Boston area). Boston sports fans are known for their fanatical devotion to the Red Sox and knowledge of the team's history. However, in recent memory Boston is now known as a football town, as the Patriots have long seized the title as the most popular team in New England. Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball (MLB) and holds a legendary status among baseball fans. Within the same era, what is now the world's oldest existing indoor multi-sports facility - today's Matthews Arena, primarily used by Northeastern University's college sports teams - first opened in 1910, only some 400 meters (1/4 mile) away from the original home field of the Red Sox - and is where on December 1, 1924, the Boston Bruins played their first NHL regular season game.The Greater Boston region is the only city/surrounding area in American professional sports in which all facilities are privately owned and operated. The Patriots own Gillette Stadium, the Red Sox own Fenway Park, and TD Garden is owned by Delaware North, owner of the Bruins. The Celtics rent TD Garden from Delaware North.

Timeline of Boston

This is a timeline of the history of the city of Boston, US.

USAFL National Championships

The USAFL National Championships is a tournament for Australian rules football in the United States.

Since 1997, the National Championships have been a large event featuring teams from the United States and Canada in four men's divisions and a women's division. The competition is organized and run by the United States Australian Football League..

United States Australian Football League

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.

In 2011, there were 10,000 registered players. There are 43 member clubs, of which 42 have men's teams (all except North Star Blue Ox) and 22 have women's teams.

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.

United States men's national Australian rules football team

The United States national Australian rules football team, nicknamed the Revolution, represents the United States of America in the sport of Australian rules football. The Revolution are named after the American Revolution (an event which gave the country separation from the British Empire) and wear the colors of the American flag.

The team plays in international tournaments, including the Australian Football International Cup, as well as exhibition matches against other countries. The US national team has participated in every International Cup since its inception in 2002. The team's best result has been third behind New Zealand and Papua New Guinea at the 2005 Australian Football International Cup.Revolution players are selected from United States-born players from USAFL clubs across the country.

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