Milwaukee Bombers

The Milwaukee Bombers is a United States Australian Football League team, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. It was founded in 1998. They play in the Mid American Australian Football League.[1]

Milwaukee Bombers
Milwaukee Bombers AFC logo
Names
Full nameMilwaukee Bombers Australian rules Football Club
Nickname(s)Bombers
Club details
Founded1998
Colours     Red      Black
CompetitionUnited States Australian Football League
Other information
Official websitehttp://www.milwaukeebombers.com/

References

  1. ^ "Milwaukee Bombers | United States Australian Football League".

External links

2005 Australian Football International Cup

The 2005 Australian Football International Cup was the second time that the Australian Football International Cup tournament, an international Australian rules football competition was held.

The event was hosted by both Melbourne and Wangaratta, Australia in 2005.

10 nations participated following the late withdrawal of both Nauru and Denmark and the introduction of Spain.

All sides were scheduled to play 4 games, after which the top 4 sides played off in semi-finals for a berth in the Grand Final decider. The Grand Final was between Papua New Guinea and New Zealand. Both sides went through the tournament undefeated. It was played as a curtain raiser to an official Australian Football League premiership season match and was replayed on Fox Sports (Australia) and the Fox Footy Channel.

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.

Chris Groom

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Clifford Richardson

Clifford Richardson is a Leitrim Gaelic footballer and Australian rules footballer who represented Ireland at the Australian Football International Cup.

Mid American Australian Football League

The MAAFL was a division of the United States Australian Football League and an Australian rules football competition based in the United States.

The league formed 1996 when clubs from Cincinnati and Louisville played the first ever game of Aussie Rules in North America.

Unlike many Metro Footy leagues in the US, the MAAFL was a traditional 18-a-side Australian rules competition and was the oldest and arguably the best supported league in the country. It still holds the record for attendance.

Mike Finn

For people of a similar name see Mickey Finn (disambiguation)

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Milwaukee Blitzdkrieg

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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 Milwaukee

Milwaukee, Wisconsin is home to a variety of sports teams and events.

Sports in Wisconsin

Wisconsin sports includes numerous professional and amateur sporting teams, events, and venues located in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

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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