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With women's Aussie Rules (AFL) gaining momentum in the UK, London has established its first ever women’s league in AFL.

2015 will be a historic year for Australian Rules Football in London. On this, the 25thanniversary of the Men’s AFL league, we will also see the first time in history that a women’s league will be operating in London. 

Women's AFL has been active and gaining momentum in London and all over the UK for the past few years, with ever growing demand and interest leading to the establishment of the first ever London women’s league.

With the first season due to start in April, teams are looking to recruit as many girls as possible to help get this great game off the ground.

AFL is excellent for fitness, great fun, and the perfect way to make mates, so if you’re new to the city or looking for a new pastime, why not give it a go? There are four women’s teams located in central London, both north and south of the river, and each invites women to come and join their training sessions.  

All levels are welcome so even if you’re still feeling slightly weighed down by your Xmas pud, there’s no excuse not to give the game a try and start getting fitter.

To get stuck in, contact one of the teams:

Wandsworth Demons – www.wandsworthdemons.com

The Demons train on their home ground at Clapham Common.  For more information contact Kate Grabowski at beademonswoman@gmail.com or on 07776 012 401.

South East London Giants – www.londongiants.com

The South East London Giants train on Peckham Rye Common on Sunday mornings at 11.30am.  For more information contact Marianna Graham at womensfootball@londongiants.com or on 077742 802 536.

Wimbledom Hawks – www.wimbledonhawks.com

The Wimbledon Hawks train on the north-west corner of Clapham Common.  For more information contact Lisa Wilson at Lisawilson0307@gmail.com or on 07572 693 407.

North London Lions – www.aussierules.co.uk

The North London Lions train at Regents Park, near the hub.  For more information contact Adina Lieblich at adinalieblich@gmail.com.

If you’re not yet sure about attending, then head over to Ladies Day on Clapham Common, which will take place on Sunday 8th February. All four teams will be present so you can meet the guys and girls that make up your new club, see what it’s all about and ask any questions you may have.

If you want something fun to do on the weekend, to meet new friends and keep fit, give AFL a go.  You won’t regret it! 


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