Australia national American football team
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|Head Coach||John Leijten|
| Australia 6–22 Sweden
(Palermo, Italy; 25 June 1999)
| Australia 47–6 South Korea
(Canton, Ohio, United States; 9 July 2015)
| Australia 0–65 Mexico
(Innsbruck, Austria; 10 July 2011)
The Australia national American football team, nicknamed the Australian Outback, represent Australia in international American football (gridiron) competitions. The team is organised by Gridiron Australia, the national governing body for the sport.
IFAF World Championship record
|2003||Did Not Participate|
Organised gridiron football in Australia dates to 1983, with the national governing body, Gridiron Australia, being formed in 1996. Australia was a charter member of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF), and competed in the inaugural 1999 IFAF World Cup. They have since competed in the Oceania Bowl in 2005 and the Samoa Bowl in 2011, among other international competitions. Australia competed in the 2011 IFAF World Cup, to be held in Austria in July 2011. On 20 May 2011, it was announced that Arizona Cardinals punter Ben Graham would be the punter for their 2011 World Cup appearance. In early 2015 it was announced that the 2015 IFAF World Cup would be held in Canton, Ohio in July 2015.
Australia National Football Team roster
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