New York Magpies

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New York Magpies
New York Magpies logo.png
Names
Full name New York Magpies Australian Rules Football Club
Club details
Founded 1998
Colours      Black      White
Competition United States Australian Football League
Premierships USAFL (2): 2010, 2014
EAFL (5): 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Ground(s) Tibbetts Brook Park
Other information
Official website http://nyfooty.com/site/
Guernsey: New York Magpies Guernsey.png

The New York Magpies is an United States Australian Football League team, based in New York City, United States. It was founded in 1998 by an American, Erik Kallhovd. They play in the Eastern Australian Football League.[1] The New York Magpies play their home games at Tibbetts Brook Park.

History[edit]

The New York team became known as the Magpies, when American expatriate and then club historian of the Collingwood Football Club, Richard Stremski, furnished the fledgling club with footballs and guernseys and have been an affiliate of Collingwood ever since. The club also has a connection with the Port Adelaide Magpies in the SANFL where some New York players have enjoyed scholarships to play with the club.[2]

About half of the players of the New York Magpies team are Australian.[3]

The New York Magpies won the Men's Division 1 USAFL National Championships Grand Final in 2010 and 2014.

Statistics[edit]

Honor Roll
Year Position
USAFL Nationals
Coach Captain Best & Fairest
Mens
Best & Fairest
Ladies
Leading goalkicker
Mens
Leading goalkicker
Ladies
1998
1999 Dave Wake
2000 Shane Smith
2001 Shane Smith
2002 James Paterson Guy Luminato
2003 Andrew Bridges Peter Gurry
2004 2 (Runners Up) Kym Laube
Andrew Bridges
Kym Laube
2005 Anthony Randell Kym Laube
2006 Andrew Bridges Matthew Kimbell
2007 Luke North Shane Batty
2008 Jordan McIntyre
Joel Daniher
Monica Robbins Shane Batty
2009 Joel Daniher Andrea Casillas
Monica Robbins
James Hawkins Kim Hemenway
2010 1 (Premiers) Andy Brennan Jane Moore Andy Brennan
2011 Jack Taylor Christina Licata Andy Brennan
2012 2 Alex Kwiatkowski Andrea Casillas Sam Mitchell
2013 3 Nigel Lee Andrea Casillas James Grierson Renee Coff
2014 1 (Premiers) Marcus Jankie Melissa Fudor Todd Smith Janet Beyersdorf

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New York Magpies update - Season 2012". Collingwoodfc.Com.Au. 2013-02-11. Retrieved 2013-09-06. 
  2. ^ http://nyfooty.com/site/about-the-magpies/sister-clubs/
  3. ^ "It's a Different Kind of Football". The Wall Street Journal. 15 July 2010. 

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