Asian Champs
  •  April 3, 2021

    With travel still a pipe dream the Swans are looking to grow internal opportunities to play competitive football. 2020 saw the launch of the Hanoi Australian Football League (HAFL) and now 2021 sees the birth of the Saigon Australian Football […]

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  •  July 31, 2020

    Phil Johns is a Swans ‘Hall of Famer’ and perhaps the most influential individual over our club’s history. Uniting the North and the South and serving as long time National President Phil is directly responsible for many of the AWESOME […]

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  •  July 1, 2020

    Mitch Hyde is one of the best ever players to wear a Swans jumper. A bull in the mid-field and a player who helped the wider group lift throughout his time living in Vietnam. Since then, he and his better […]

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  •  December 31, 2019

    As 2019 wraps up, we’re looking back at an amazing past 10 years. What made the cut? Read on for more… 1) A Decade of the ANZAC Friendship Match In 2010, fresh from a memorable trip to Kanchanaburi to play […]

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  •  December 15, 2019

    2019 is done and dusted, and we’re looking ahead to 2020. Every season we aim for 8 or so major tours and tournaments. Potential dates on the 2020 schedule include: 7 March – Phuket Masters for over 35 Men – CONFIRMED […]

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  •  December 10, 2019

    There are a lot of good things going on at the Vietnam Swans! Take a moment to check out our 2019 highlight reel, taking in: A breakthrough win for the Men Local development every weekend Our very first all Vietnamese […]

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  •  December 10, 2019

    There are a lot of good things going on at the Vietnam Swans! Take a moment to check out our 2019 highlight reel, taking in: A breakthrough win for the Men Local development every weekend Our very first all Vietnamese […]

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  •  September 6, 2019

    Hot on the heels of the Lady Swans 2018 #AFLW win, The Vietnam Swans have claimed their first Mens title at the 2019 Asian Champs! The Asian Champs Asian Champs brings out the best from the teams of AFL Asia. […]

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  •  July 29, 2019

    We’ve got a huge program coming up to finish 2019! Now is the time to get down to training and sign up for one of our tours to play footy around Asia. August 30 – Asian Championships The big one […]

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  •  October 17, 2018

    The 2018 AFL Asia Asian Championships will be one the Vietnam Swans remember for a long time! It was the largest touring squad we’ve ever sent, including the Club’s very first #AFLW team to contest an Asian Champs. Read on […]

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  •  February 20, 2018

    Get out your diaries, contact Wide Eyed Tours, find those footy boots. With the Lunar New Year now past us the Swans have announced a huge calendar highlighted by 4 games in the first next 2 (and a bit) months […]

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  •  April 20, 2017

    Women’s AFL has been the buzz of Australia since the inaugural national professional women’s league was announced in late 2016. 2017 saw 8 teams compete in the national league, with the Adelaide Crows becoming the first AFLW premiership team in […]

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  •  March 31, 2017

    The Vietnam Swans coaching staff are scratching their heads after Tom Liberatore – 2016 Asian Champs emergency player – somehow made it onto the pre-game banner of the Western Bulldogs tonight at Etihad Stadium. Liberatore didn’t poll a single Swans B&F vote at […]

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  •  October 18, 2016

    The Vietnam Swans were delighted to see Western Bulldogs Premiership players Tom Liberatore and Luke Dahlhaus supporting the growth of footy in Asia at Saturday’s successful AFL Asian Championships in Ho Chi Minh City! It appears the clearly tongue-in-cheek article […]

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  •  October 14, 2016

    Controversy has swept over the Vietnam Swans camp on the news that Western Bulldogs premiership players Luke Dahlhaus and Tom Liberatore have been omitted from the final lineup to contest the 17th AFL Asian championships at RMIT Saigon Campus this […]

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