The UTS Australian Football Club is pleased to update players on 2022 registration opportunities.
The UTS Australian Football Club acknowledges the decision by AFL NSW/ACT to cancel the 2021 AFL Sydney season, owing to the current COVID-19 outbreak.
Kyle Emley will coach the UTS Bats in 2022 after agreeing to extend his tenure at the club.
BodyByBrando has joined the Bats as its commercial Gym Partner for the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
Dear UTS Bats Community, It’s been a very challenging few weeks for everyone and we hope you’re holding up amid the current restrictions. We hope that there’s a quick resolution to the current COVID-19 outbreak and we will continue to keep you updated on changes to training and games in conjunction with AFL NSW/ACT. It’s important for […]
Bats alumni Leigh Meyrick and Matt Hagias have written the definitive history of one of Australian Football’s iconic traditions – the run-through banner. For over 80 years, the ‘run through’ has connected fans to footballers as the essential element of the pre-match build-up. Cheer squads around the country dedicate countless hours all year to delicately craft their […]
The UTS Bats will benefit from a $1 million facilities grant that will take Bat and Bat Oval to the next level.
UTS Bats and GWS Giants footballer Tait Mackrill wins the first Jacinda Barclay Fearless Award
UTS Australian Football Club is excited to announce the appointment of Kyle Emley as the head coach of the Men’s Premier Division team.
UTS Australian Football Club (UTS AFC) announce the signing of Miguel Limson as the coach of the Women’s Premier Division team and Kel Nolan as the Women’s Development Coach. UTS AFC are thrilled to welcome Miguel to our club and believe that the success Miguel has had as a coach, which includes two Premierships and […]