Second Time Lucky: Pakistan men’s Aussie Rules

Anna Pavlou reports in on the Pakistan Shaheens taking on this year’s International Cup

Pakistan Women’s Football: A football and a dream come true

Kashif Bouns put together a Pakistan team of 25 players and coaches in less than two months to compete in their first ever Women’s International Cup.

A British Reflection on the International Cup…

Englishman Ian Mitchell reflects on his experience as assistant coach of the GB Swans and their 2017 International Cup campaign.

AFL International Cup 2017 – Great Britain v Fiji

Jarrod Landells caught a bruising but entertaining encounter between GB and Fiji in Round 4 of the International Cup. The Brits road the hits to walk away with a win and a shot at a fifth-placed finish.

AFL International Cup: South Africa v Fiji

Noel McPhee took in the joy and enthusiasm of South Africa and Fiji’s encounter at the St Mary’s ground.

AFL International Cup: No luck for the Irish

It was heartbreak after the final siren for Ireland in its final round fixture against New Zealand, reports Josh Pinn.

AFL International Cup 2017 – USA Freedom v European Crusaders

USA Freedom crushed the European Crusaders on Sunday afternoon writes Jarrod Landells.

AFL International Cup: Japan Samurais’ speed and skill defeat German height and weight

The Japan Samurai proved too good for the bigger German Eagles. Stephen Alomes has all the action covered.

AFL International Cup Day One: Dancing and smiling, wind and rain

International Cup editor Jack Banister caught up on three games on Sunday as the competition kicked off. The mix of cultures and styles made for a powerful experience despite the weather trying to put a spoiler on things.

UK Footy and the GB Swans

GB Swans Assistant Coach Ian Mitchell is excited to be heading to Australia for another International Cup. In his Almanac debut, he shares his experiences of footy in the UK, from founding his own club to beers with Brad Ottens!

International Cup: Call for writers

We’re seeking writers for the upcoming AFL International Cup in Melbourne. Jack Banister is coordinating the coverage.

AFL International Cup

The AFL International Cup is hitting Melbourne in August. Denise is pumped for it even if she will be in Canada watching Canadian AFL.

International Cup: Des Plus Brillants Exploits

Rob Chanter looks at the International Cup and analyses the ups and downs from an impressive 2014 campaign.

PNG in International Cup Grand Final

Out (visa problems) is something you don’t usually see when the teams are announced on a Thursday Night. Murray Bird keeps us up to date with the PNG Mosquitoes’ sometime rocky path into the Grand Final of the 2014 International Cup.

AFL International Cup – Weekend Fixtures and Match Review

The AFL International Cup is in full swing, with matches on Saturday, semi finals on Tuesday and the final as curtain raiser to the Hawks – Cats blockbuster. All the links, fixtures and Stephen Alomes’ witty review of the Canada v USA Liberty clash are here.

The Fifth International Cup of Australian Football – at a footy ground near you this August….and you don’t need a barcode to go…

Stephen Alomes with the lowdown on this year’s International Cup

It’s time to spice up footy

The Masala Football Club, which as attracted players from migrant communities from the subcontinent, is making its debut this year. (Warning: this article is full of puns.)