Gridiron Down Under

2015 IFAF World Championships Wrap Up

And the winner is surprise surprise the USA over Japan 59 – 12, after all the problems IFAF had getting these championships off the ground they did appear to run smoothly in Canton. The IFAF Congress which was also held in Canton during the championships was facial to say...

Channeling Confidence: Australia-France Preview

How the times can change; the humble Australian Outback teams of years past versus a European side such as the French would have most likely had you thinking of a lopsided result in favour of the latter. Things are different now, and as of right now in this IFAF World...

Matt McKie Aussie team diary Part 2

On the 4th of July the Australian Team had a join team practice with the USA national team as a part of the preparations for the 2015 IFAF World Championships. This practice was held at Akron University which is where the USA team is based for its preparations, after practice the...

New Sense of Expectation Ahead of Australia

Keep the date July 2nd, 1999 in mind. In the fourth quarter, Quarterback David Ward throws an 11-yard TD pass to Scott Snowball, followed by a 27-yard field goal from Glenn Fenwick to help defeat Finland 10-7 in the 5th place game. Australia’s history at the IFAF World...

Schedule set for IFAF World Championships

A few days ago the website for the 2015 IFAF World Championships was launched along with the release of tickets for all the match days. We now have the schedule for the world championships and Australia will open up against South Korea: Thursday, July 9 Game 1: Australia vs....

IFAF World Championship Tickets Released

Overnight IFAF made tickets to the World Championships available for purchase, the only problem is you don’t know what games you will see when you buy your ticket. A full price adult ticket is only $10 US for a day pass which will get you 3 games of football, the match days...

2015 IFAF World Championships

A group of Australian players have been lucky enough to have been selected to represent Australia at the 2015 IFAF World Championships and thankfully Gridiron Australia has let Victorian players represent. but what sort of tournament are they headed too? 2015 IFAF World...