Burnaby Eagles men

Looking for an opportunity to get involved with men’s Australian rules football in Vancouver? Look no further than the Burnaby Eagles men’s team! We offer a unique and exciting sports experience for players of all skill levels.

Our season runs from April to August, with training sessions taking place on Thursdays at the Burnaby Lakes East grassfields. We compete against other clubs in the league on Saturdays, offering plenty of opportunities for our players to showcase their skills and hone their gameplay.

NEW PLAYERS WELCOME

Whether you’re a seasoned player or just starting out, we welcome players of all skill levels and experience. Our team is made up of individuals who are committed to working hard, supporting each other, and having fun while playing the sport we love.

AWARD WINNERS 2023

Congratulations to all the Awards Winners for the 2023 year!

Best First Year Player – Aidan Boswell

Most Improved – Greg “Tex” Layman

Coach’s Award – John Bruce

Clubperson of the Year – Trent Loosemore

Best Canadian – Greg “Tex” Layman

Best & Fairest Runner-up – Will Gordon

Chris Freeman Best & Fairest – Will Searle

Season 2022 recap

After a multi-year hiatus, footy was back in 2022. The Eagles had a slow start to the season with two poor losses back to back against the eventual grand-finalists, firstly up at Whister against the Cougars then at Burnaby Lakes against the Saints. Once the weather started to fine up an improvement in training numbers saw better results on the ground, culminating in a decent win against the Hawks and competitive results against the top two teams.

The men travelled down to Seattle for a one-off exhibition game where border restrictions kept the playing group small, who battled away to a close loss against the Grizzlies.

Finishing third in the minor round, the semi final saw the Eagles up against a well-drilled Saints team who had won the two encounters earlier in the season. The Eagles were competitive up to half-time with just a couple of goals separating the two sides, but a superior bench and fitness saw the Eagles unable to keep up with their more fancied opponents who pulled away in the third quarter and a decent win.