AFL 2023 (Alberta Football League)

Teams have been putting out their revised schedules after the Monarchs folded.

Central Alberta Bucs:


Full sched:

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And they’ve started a Youtube channel to stream games this year:


June 4th Games:

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In the other game, Airdrie Irish defeated Central Alberta Bucaneers 25-20.

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Fun story from the opening week in the AFL. This is the kind of thing that warrants a mention in a CFL broadcast to shine a bit of light on the grassroots game.

The Jets faced a bit of a scare on the road to the first game of the season after the bus got a flat tire while still an hour away.

Luckily, the Cowboys came to the rescue with half a dozen vehicles and loaded the team and their gear up so the game could go on.

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Peace County vs Airdrie, 4:00 PM local


Calgary vs Cold Lake, 7:00 PM local


Edmonton vs Central Alberta (Red Deer), 7:30 PM local

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Bucs vs Elite


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This match pits the two undefeated teams against each other. Expect the national champion Fighter Jets to win handily, though.

Irish vs Fighter Jets

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Cowboys vs Wolfpack

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May be an image of 3 people, people playing football and text

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Airdrie upsets the national champs!

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These are the official final regular season AFL standings. Good luck to all teams in the playoffs.

The final standings of the regular season are

1. Cold Lake Fighter Jets

2. Airdrie Irish

3. Central Alberta Buccaneers

4. Calgary Wolfpack

5. Peace Country Cowboys

6. Edmonton Elite

Playoffs begin July 29th with the Buccaneers hosting the Elite in Red Deer and the Wolfpack hosting the Cowboys in Calgary in quarterfinal action. The Fighter Jets and Irish will enjoy a first round bye, and Semifinal action will take place on August 12, following the August Long Weekend.

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