Australian Rules football, or 'footy' as it is colloquially known, is a non-stop thrill - a fast, competitive, physical, and high scoring team game.
In its first three years of competition at the National level the Minnesota Freeze have had remarkable success by winning two championships; Division 3 in 2005 and Division 2 in 2007. Coupled with that on-field success has been the outstanding growth both on and off the field, as it has developed from a team into a fun social club as well.
If you are looking to get involved in sports, looking for something new or perhaps just want to see what footy is all about: join the Minnesota Freeze Footy Club today. New Players Are Always Welcome!!!
We have programs for men and women that cater to all levels of participation: local, National, and International competition. No prior experience is necessary. We have three local teams, comprised of players from various backgrounds, ages, and nationalities that scrimmage against each other throughout the season in a Metro League.
We encourage everyone to come down to Lake Nokomis for our weekly training and join us for a kick.
With an open and welcoming Metro League, a highly competitive team in the Mid-American Australian Football League (MAAFL), and a winning national team, there is much to like about being involved with The Freeze.
Everyone including friends and family are invited to this social event. If you haven't been to a Saint's game, it is a blast. There are great seats in the left outfield close to all the concession stands and restrooms. There will also be fireworks after the game. Read more »
Hey Freeze Players, Family and Friends - Looking forward to a another successful fundraiser
Please help promote this event and direct people to our FB Page so we can start to track RSVP's
Players should plan to bring a salad or appetizer to share.
Saturday, September 13 Read more »
“Join for the fun athletic competition! Stay for the camaraderie!” This is the message the USAFL will be sending when it launches it’s new advertising campaign on Fox Soccer PLUS this weekend. The ad is aimed at recruiting new players to our great sport all across the USA. Read more »
The club will be volunteering at the Get Lucky 7K (Parking Lot management). We need 10-15 volunteers and will be receiving a donation to the club for meeting the volunteer numbers. If we get more volunteers, we can split the shift.
Get Lucky Half Marathon, Saint Paul
Sat, March 16, 2013
5:00am - 9:00am
10-15 Volunteers (Parking Lot)
Stateside Footy presents a pair of Australian Rules Football matches, played on the weekend of October 13 & 14, 2012 at the USAFL Nationals Tournament in Mason, Ohio. The first half of the show features a 2x20 Womens Division match between the Boston Lady Demons and the Denver Lady Bulldogs. The second half (about 53:00 in) features a Mens Division 2 match between the Boston Demons and the Minnesota Freeze. Stateside Footy is a cable access TV show produced with the assistance of WCTV - Wilmington Community Television in Wilmington, MA. Read more »
The new year is upon us and it is time to start planning for another year of great footy. The first order of business is to kick off the season with our Annual General Meeting.
There is important club business to attend to: Read more »
The Minnesota Freeze have secured the new University of Minnesota Student Rec Sports Dome on March 30. The women will be using half the space for their Fitness through Footy session and asked if they club wanted to rent the full space so the guys can do their own recruiting workout!
"You bet" was the response and now the Freeze will have exclusive use to beat the Minnesota winter into submission.
The dome is 85 yards wide by 120 yards long and has a maximum height of 75 feet. This gives each team 85x60 yards to train hard. Read more »
The Freeze men have been busy growing moustaches and raising donations for Movember. All proceeds go towards men's health issues. The club is hosting a movember celebration on November 30. Perhaps they will auction off moustaches to shave? Read more »