Asian Australian Football Championships
The Asian Australian Football Championships are an annual tournament of Australian rules football between mainly expat-Australian teams from around Asia.
Teams that have competed include the Hong Kong Dragons, Singapore Wombats, Bali Geckos, Brunei Sharks, China Blues, China Reds, Japan Goannas, Philippines Eagles, Indonesian Bintangs (as a combined Jakarta and Bali side in early years), Jakarta Bintangs, Thailand Tigers, Vietnam Swans, Malaysian Warriors and Lao Elephants.
The Dubai Heat have competed since 2007, with their side including some players from the Dubai Dingoes and playing as the United Arab Emirates Heat. Since 2008, they have played under the name Dubai Heat, as are referred to as such in all tournament paperwork.
|1999||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore Wombats||-|
|2000||Jakarta, Indonesia||Indonesian Bintangs||-|
|2001||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore Wombats||-|
|2003||Hong Kong||Hong Kong Dragons||-|
|2004||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Hong Kong Dragons||-|
|2005||Manila, the Philippines||Singapore Wombats||-|
|2006||Jakarta, Indonesia||Singapore Wombats||-|
|2007||Bangkok, Thailand||Hong Kong Dragons||-|
|2008||Singapore||Dubai Heat||Jakarta Bulldogs|
|2009||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||Dubai Heat||Jakarta Bulldogs|
|2010||Shanghai, China||Dubai Heat||-|
|2011||Bangkok, Thailand||Singapore Wombats||-|
|2012||Pattaya, Thailand||Hong Kong Dragons||-|
|2013||Pattaya, Thailand||Hong Kong Dragons||-|
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