Wednesday night training is back after a long cold winter. Training either Långholmen, Gärdet or Stockholm University, join the Axemen facebook group for details, or email email@example.com. Axemen 2012!
Published in Australian media this week is an interesting analysis of sports related revenues from 2011-2012, together with a comparison of equivalent revenues from 1995-1996. The popularity of AFL in Australia has exploded in the period and helps to support the efforts of promoting the game outside the county. Original article here.
No matter how good the pre spring weather in March can get, you can never trust the forecast for Stockholm in April. On thursday we were looking at sunny, 5degrees and were optimistic for a great hitout – only to have the methaphoric pants pulled down by an overnight snowstorm. The Dynamite missed a great [...]
The Stockholm Dynamite have re-emerged out of a lengthy hibernation and commenced training towards the North London Lions match this Saturday and the Swedish Regional competition during 2012. An impressive 32 players from all SAFF clubs attended the training at Rålis last Wednesday, a clear indication of the renewed enthusiasm toward the SAFF league’s representative [...]
One of AFL London’s premier clubs, the North London Lions AFC, are set to play the Stockholm Dynamite (with players from all 5 Stockholm league clubs) in an 18-a-side pre-season tilt at Årsta.
The Axemen kickoff their 2012 campaign with Poker Night/AGM on Friday 9th March.
The Solna Axemen are well represented with 5 Axemen selected in the Swedish Elks 9-a-side national team at the 2011 Euro Cup in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The 2001 AFL Grand Final breakfast in Stockholm was a tremendous success. Some 150 supporters and enthusiastic onlookers made their way from all corners of Stockholm in the chilly early morning light to assemble at one of the old city’s more renown establishments and local footy league sponsor, The Liffey Irish Pub. Needless to [...]
The Solna Axemen have continued their good habit of winning the big games and are the 2011 SAFF league champions after a gripping and close tussle with ancient rivals the Södermalm Blues; winning 114 to 102.
The Solna Axemen recently came close to signing the recruit of the century and Sydney Swans stalwart, Ted Richards, to a multi-year contract. As reported in The Melbourne Herald Sun, Richards (brother of current Axemen president Jake) has signed on for another two years with the Sydney Swans.
The Axemen returned to the winners circle with a come-from-behind victory over the Årsta Swans.