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Big Stage for Denver and Vancouver

North AmericaThe Denver Bulldogs and Vancouver Cougars have organised half time demonstrations of footy at major sporting events.
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Growth for Central Europe

EuropeJuly the 10th was an important date for Aussie Rules in Central Europe. In Düsseldorf, Germany, five sides representing Belgium, Austria, Germany, France and Spain met to contest the second annual Central European championships.
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CAFA becomes AFL Canada

North AmericaAs has been a trend with Australian football national bodies around the world recently, the top level organisation for footy in Canada has been rebadged. The following is from Mike Travers, AFL Canada President.
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Setanta Takes the Next Step

EuropeIrishman Setanta O'hAilpin is on the rise for AFL club Carlton.
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Innovation in Tonga with Australian football and Rugby League alliance

OceaniaThe Tongan Australian Football Association (TAFA) has announced a significant partnership with the local Rugby League association.
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Baton Rouge Tigers

North AmericaLousiana's first footy club is being formed in Baton Rouge, called the Tigers after the mascot of Louisiana State University.
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2004 Season Review - Australian Football League Germany

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A year with more footy played in Germany than ever before, one that saw the Düsseldorf Lions enter the competition as club number five and a season culminating in a finals carnival in Berlin, 2004 was a year of consolidation for the AFL Germany.

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SiteWelcome to World Footy News - independent news and views from the international Australian Rules Football community.
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