Australian Rules Football, or “Footy” as it is often called, is a
free-flowing game played on a large oval field between two
teams of eighteen players apiece. The object of the game is to
score points by kicking the ball between the posts at each end of
the field. The team with the most points at the end of the match
For anyone needing a primer on the basics of footy, watch this video:
Stateside Footy is produced with the assistance of WCTV - Wilmington Community Television in Wilmington, Massachusetts (our “flagship” station). It is hosted by Bill Robert and features complete match telecasts,
and other segments dealing with Footy and its spread in the U.S.
Stateside Footy has been seen on 36 access channels in 11 states, and this list keeps growing all the time! Check this site regularly for updates and the names of more community television stations that carry Stateside Footy. To see Stateside Footy in your community, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you are a staff member of a PEG Access Center, and would like to run “Stateside Footy” on your station,
broadcast-quality episodes can bedownloaded at (www.pegmedia.org). under “Stateside Footy”.
(*- You must be a member of PegMedia.org to download the show. It’s free to join.)
Stateside Footy is also available to view online. Click the “WATCH SHOW” link for all the pertinent links to get your footy on the Web! Thank you for visiting our home page. Hope you enjoy the show
Welcome to the online home of “Stateside Footy”, the program
featuring Australian Rules Football played in the United States.
Since its inception in August of 2010, “Stateside Footy” has been
seen on 37 local access cable channels in 11 American states.
It’s also been viewed online almost 5,500 times.