About The Game
If you are not familiar with Australian Football, it is a high energy, fast paced, contact sport, requiring many attributes and physical components of a number of American sports. Having said this, it is quite unlike any other sport in the world. The basic aim of the game is to score as many goals as possible by kicking the ball between a set of posts at either end of the field. Players may move the ball around the field, either by kicking, handballing (punching the ball off your hand), or running with the ball. There are no pads and players are ...
About the Magpies
Who are the New York Magpies? We're an amateur Australian Football Club dedicated to establishing and growing our great Australian sport in the New York metropolitan area and across the USA. Established in March of '98 the club continues to experience great success both on and off the field, making it a premier organization within the US Australian Football community. We are always looking for new players and supporters, so click here to join the Magpies community. The Magpies are a New York Not-for-Profit Corporation and a qualified public charity under the Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Donations ...
Collingwood Football Club The New York Magpies are proud to be affiliate of the Collingwood Football Club. Established in 1892, the Collingwood Football Club is the biggest and most famous sporting club in Australia. The Collingwood Magpies have won 15 VFL/AFL premierships, and have contested more Grand Finals (42 - including two in 1977 and 2010) than any other club in Australia. The New York Magpies and Collingwood Football Club both share the black and white colors and the Magpie logo and are both committed to growing the Magpies brand internationally. 2010 was truly the year of the Magpies, with the New York Magpies ...
The Magpies are a unique bunch of men and women. Our leadership on and off the field sets us apart. Find out some interesting facts about our coaches, management team, players, and alumni. Once a Magpie, always a Magpie! Management Team [catlist name=management-profiles orderby=title order=ASC numberposts=-1] [catlist name=coach-profiles orderby=title order=ASC numberposts=-1] Players [catlist name=player-profiles orderby=title order=ASC numberposts=-1] Alumni [catlist name=alumni-profiles orderby=title order=ASC numberposts=-1]
Latest New York Magpie News
The New York Magpies won this weekend 14-15-99 over Baltimore Washington Eagles 6-4-40 in NYC. [Read more] Read More →
The Pies beat Philly in Yonkers over the weekend 8.14 to 0.9 in round 1 of season 2014. The Magpies overshadowed the Philadelphia Hawks, with the backline clearly dominating the Hawks every attempt at goal for all 4 quarters. [Read more] Read More →
Join the New York Magpies for ANZAC Day 2014 at the Frying Pan on Sunday, April 27 from 1 p.m. to Sunset. Enjoy live music, games, BBQ, and Aussie drink specials for the best Sunday Funday of the season. Buy you tickets online now! Read More →
The New York Magpies are proud to announce that 8 of our Magpies have been chosen to represent the USA in Australia this August on the USA Revolution, Freedom, and Liberty national teams. Congratulations to our Pies, Andrea Casillas, Autumn Ervin, Kim Hemenway, Siobhan McHale, Lissa Regets. Heather Serpico, Alison Vorsatz, and Dan Lehane! The International Cup The USA Freedom and Revolution teams... [Read more]
The Magpie Army donned their best digs and gathered at the Liberty NYC for the 2013 Awards Night. Walking away with the highest honors on the field were MVPs Andrea Casillas, Michael Murphy (National), and Nigel Lee (Non-National). Off the field, Matt Barlaz, Paul Devlin, and Adam Mantzaris were welcomed into the elite group of New York Magpies Lifetime Members. See the full list of winner below! Women’s... [Read more]
Join the New York Magpies for another epic night celebrating Australia Day! The event will be held at the Liberty NYC on Saturday, January 25th at 8 p.m. Be sure to dress in your best Australiana costume! Find out more about the night and get your tickets here! Read More →
This weekend the New York Magpies travel to Austin, Texas for the 2013 USAFL Nationals. The two day carnival will attract over 1,000 athletes from across North America. The biggest prize(s) in the land are up for grabs and the Magpies have a squad of over 70 players, with two men’s teams and one women’s team doing battle. Follow the results live as they happen for all three teams on Facebook... [Read more]