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AFLG Grand Final 2019

On the 7th September 2019, the Australian Football League Germany Grand Final was held in the city of Cologne. The AFLG league has seen a Grand Final for the Men since 2004, however 2019 held something special as it was the first year that there was also a Women’s Grand Final as this year we saw the launch of the Women’s inaugural league.

Up first were the women. The Berlin Crocodiles came in as the clear favourites after being undefeated throughout the home & away season, beating their Grand Final opponent the Hamburg Dockers on both appearances. However the Hamburg Dockers capitalised on their underdog status and after coming out hard in the third quarter, also known as the premiership quarter, they convincingly got the win over the Crocs, to be crowned the inaugural AFLG Women’s League Champions.

HAMBURG DOCKERS 9.7.61
BERLIN CROCODILES 4.9.33
GOALS
Hamburg TBC
Berlin TBC
BEST ON GROUND
Theresia Meißner (Hamburg Dockers)

Hamburg Dockers Women beat the Berlin Crocodiles by 28 points.

For the men, over the home and away season & semi final, the reigning Premiers the Hamburg Dockers didn’t show any sort of Premiership hangover and stormed through the season undefeated, leading in to the Grand Final as clear favourites. They were up against last years Grand Final opponent in the Berlin Crocodiles, who were fired up to reclaim the Flag they won in 2017. However, it was not meant to be for the Crocs and the Hamburg Dockers men were too strong coming away with a 21 point win, joining their Womens team as 2019 German Champions.

HAMBURG DOCKERS 9.6.60
BERLIN CROCODILES 5.11.41
GOALS
Hamburg TBC
Berlin TBC
BEST ON GROUND
Florian Naumann (Hamburg Dockers)

Hamburg Dockers Men reclaim the Premiership Cup

German Eagles IC17 Spielplan & Kader

Nun steht der International Cup in Melbourne unmittelbar bevor, einige Spieler sind bereits im Land Down Under und die Deutsche Botschaft in Canberra steht bereit um die Eagles in ihren Gruppenspielen gegen Pakistan, Indien und Japan zu unterstützen!
Das Training sowie die unmittelbare Vorbereitung werden ab Montag 31.07. in Melbourne beginnen. Ein Großteil der Trainings wird auf der Anlage des North Sunshine Football Clubs stattfinden, gegen welche auch ein Freundschaftsspiel stattfindet.

Spielplan:
03.08. Deutschland – North Sunshine Football Club (Trainingsspiel)
06.08. Deutschland – Pakistan
09.08. Deutschland – Indien
12.08. Deutschland – Japan
15.08. Halbfinals
18.08. Grand Finals
Der finale Kader umfasst 26 Spieler:

Trikot # Name Verein
1 – Rob Macher München Kangaroostd>
3 – Jakob Jung Stuttgart Emus
4 – Felix Grob Berlin Crocodiles
5 – Florian Naumann Hamburg Dockers
7 – Jan Hüsken München Kangaroos
9 – Constantin Pixa Frankfurt Redbacks
10 – Simon Aßmus Freiberg Taipans
12 – Christoph Odenthal Dresden Wolves
18 – Roland Odenthal Canterbury Cobras
21 – Johannes Binninger München Kangaroos
24 – Sebastian Esche München Kangaroos
25 – Gerrit Jung Stuttgart Emus
27 – Fabian Cordts Hamburg Dockers
28 – Tobias Menzel Rheinland Lions
29 – Martin Krichler Frankfurt Redbacks
32 – Julian Wichmann Rheinland Lions
34 – Jan Ostrawsky Freiberg Taipans
35 – Jan Korfmacher Rheinland Lions
36 – Timm Rohrßen Hamburg Dockers
39 – Henrik van de Stay Rheinland Lions
41 – Johannes Orlowski Rheinland Lions
55 – Martin Schüttoff Stuttgart Emus
61 – Armin Mayer Bridgewater (HFL)
73 – Philip Evermann UHS – VU (VAFA)
89 – Jascha Jung Rheinland Lions
99 – Dirk Odenthal Rheinland Lions

Weitere Details zu den Spielern gibt es hier ->Nationalkader