Auburn Tigers Australian Football Club

The Auburn Tigers Australian Football Club is an Australian rules football club based in the Western Suburbs of Sydney, Australia. The club colours are black and yellow and they are nicknamed the Tigers. Auburn won the Fourth Division premiers in the Sydney AFL league in their inaugural season, being undefeated for the whole season. The following year they went up two divisions and still made the finals.[1]

Auburn Tigers
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Names
Full nameAuburn Tigers Australian Football Club
Club details
Founded2010
Colours  Yellow and   Black
CompetitionSydney AFL
PresidentOzem Kassem
CoachEid Kassem
Ground(s)Mona Park
Other information
Official websiteAuburn Tigers sportingpulse website
Guernsey:
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Auburn Tigers joined the Sydney competition in 2010 embracing the influence set by AFL NSW/ACT to establish another Australian rules football team in the heart of Western Sydney, Auburn. They also field a predominantly Muslim women's team.[2]

The home Ground for Auburn Tigers is at Mona Park, Auburn NSW.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wu, Andrew (13 August 2011). "How the AFL is winning over the west". The Age. Melbourne.
  2. ^ Lalor, Peter (28 May 2011). "Muslim women find a new goal with AFL". The Australian.

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