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Australian Rules Football is ‘the most exciting, athletic, contact sport on earth’

Australian Rules Football is ‘the most exciting, athletic, contact sport on earth’

Since 2000 when a merry band of expatriate Australians in Cambodia formed a team to play our great game against other expats across Asia, they have grown to become the Cambodian Eagles. The name reflects a proud affiliation with the West Coast Eagles who play in the premier professional league in Australia.

The club have an active board, wonderful sponsors and a commitment to grow this amazing game in Cambodia. Fun, fitness and friendship are the cornerstones of the Cambodian Eagles and everyone is welcome. We are very proud to have players from all over the world including many Cambodians who are the future of the club. Call Kip on +855 95735054 for more details. Go Eagles!

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