Our February Club of the Month takes us back to Wales and to the Cynon Valley Celts. A new team, but have built up quite a player base in a short space of time and are building up to their first BAFA Flag league this Springtime.
As we start the New Year we have our first university team to be profiled. Hertfordshire Hurricanes are well known within Britball with a number of national titles, but if you’re weighing up your options for uni, then it might be one to consider. Former player and now one of the Special Teams Co-ordinators for the team Jordan Legge, gives us more of an insight into the Hatfield based side. continue reading…
Bournemouth has a history of American Football dating back to the 1980s, with a number of different names but always a passion for the sport. The current Bobcats were reformed in 2009 and are looking to build once more and are looking ahead with determination to 2018. Keith Barnes, the club’s General Manager, gives us an insight into the club and why you should come and join them!
Our November Club of the Month takes us to Wales and we profile our first ever Welsh team. Swansea Hammerheads may have only been going for a year but are already growing in number and ready to take on their first BAFA competition. Read more from player and head coach Paul Labbatt about the Hammerheads.
They may have only been formed in 2013, but the Iceni Spears from Norwich are growing in strength year on year and have both a flag and contact football team. Read more about how you can get involved with the team and get playing American Football in Norwich.
Our September Club of the Month is one that has been in Britball for over 15 years and has built up into a large club over the years with now teams from U11 level up to Seniors. Mark Read from the club tells us more about the East Kent Mavericks and how you can get involved.
iPro Sport, official hydration partner to AFD are to become sponsors of our Club of the Month campaign! continue reading…
Our August Club of the Month takes us to Carlisle, to visit the Sentinels who were first established in 2013. Building over the last few years, the team has ambitions to start a youth program in the future but are always on the lookout for new players to join their ranks.
With the women’s game still in its infancy in this country, finding places to play can be hard. For Charyle Mercer and others at Portsmouth Dreadnoughts, getting a women’s side was as much about determination as it was in playing ability. Read about their story as they feature as our July Club of the Month.
This month we welcome the Sandwell Steelers Women’s programme. Like many of the women’s programs across the country, it’s a team in it’s infancy but one part of a wider club and is building year on year. continue reading…
While Staffordshire Surge has been in Britball for over 20 years, its women’s program only started two years ago.
In that time, the club has grown from two players to nearly 15 regular players and taking big steps forward to playing in their first Sapphire Series earlier this year. We talk to Laura Cole from the club about how the club is building and growing.
Our April Club of the Month is a well known team in the Women’s game. With both numerous national players and national championships under their belts they are also looking for another Sapphire Series victory this month. But first and foremost they are a team with a great team ethos and Jo Kilby of the Birmingham Lions tells us more.
Our March Club of the Month features another team who will be embarking on new adventures in 2017. Hellingly Hound Dogs are based in Sussex and are a youth American Football club. Luke Boorer, one of the club’s founders and coach tells us more about their story.
Our February club of the month is the Derby Braves. First formed as a university team, the women’s side became a community club in 2015. And with a lot of Great Britain players and coaches among the organisation, they are a club who are going places. continue reading…
Our second club of the month is a well established organisation who have been playing in Kent for over 25 years. Always looking for more people to join the club, treasurer Martin Jefkins shares with you a little more about the Kent Exiles.
Our first ‘Club of the Month’ is Kent Phoenix who have just formed this year. Based in Maidstone, they are looking to bring many young people into the sport. We spoke to Ian Miles about the club and their ambitions.