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New Footy Clubs on European Horizon
Authored by: Niels Schønnemann on Tuesday, February 05 2013 @ 01:49 am ACDT

After some changes to the DAFL (lesser numbers on field), we will see at least 2 new clubs here and up to 4 extra teams. Odense could be the next big thing in the middle of Denmark (Everything being East/West up till now).

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New Footy Clubs on European Horizon
Authored by: Aaron Richard on Tuesday, February 05 2013 @ 06:36 am ACDT

 I've already put Wes onto the Odense guys... so hopefully we'll see something about them on WFN soon :)

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New Footy Clubs on European Horizon
Authored by: Cam Homes on Friday, February 08 2013 @ 01:14 pm ACDT

Niels

You mention changes to the DAFL (less players on field). The Premier league was played at 16-a-side and I also noted that the Crocodiles had dropped out of the premier league and were only playing in the 9's comp in 2012 due to a drop off of players. Were the Crocodiles the only club to lose numbers or is it general across the league.

HM players-a-side is the premier league playing 2013. You also say that there are 2 new clubs and 4 teams, is that an indication that overall numbers are still going up  or the players are just spreading out over more teams/clubs?

AFL Europe has Easter Series (assuming that is AIS/AFL v Titans) listed for Wednesday 10th April to be played in Copenhagen. Would you be able to hazzard a guess at what sort of a crowd are going to be able to attend to see that march as opposed to if the match was played at the weekend?

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