Montreal

AFL Quebec’s current contact league consists of six clubs based in Montreal; two women’s division clubs (NDG Giants & Montreal City Blues) and four men’s division clubs (Old Montreal Dockers, Montreal Demons, Montreal City Blues, and West Island Eagles).

Like most leagues outside of Australia, AFL Quebec is a nine-a-side league. This is for numerous reasons such as promoting local player development and field availability. 

The Montreal regular season generally runs from May until the end of September with 9 regular rounds of contact footy followed by a series of finals games.

Montreal also boasts a non-contact co-ed Winter League that runs 5-6 session programs during the November to April off season. These sessions include 1 hour of training and 1 hour of game play. Non-contact games are also played irregularly throughout the summer season.

AFL Quebec’s line up of teams has evolved a lot over the years, discover our teams from past and present.

Laval Bombers

Active Years:
2008 – 2018
Premiership Wins (5) :
Men: 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013
Division:
Men’s Division (2014-2018)
Co-ed Division (2008-2013)

Montreal City Blues

Active Years:
2018 – Present
Premiership Wins (4) :
Men: 2021, 2022, 2023
Women: 2019
Division:
Men’s Division (2018-2019, 2023)
Co-ed Division (2021-2022)
Women’s Division (2018 as the Bluebelles, & 2023)

Montreal Demons

Active Years:
2012 – Present
Premiership Wins (3) :
Men: 2016, 2017, 2019
Division:
Men’s Division (2014-2019, 2023)
Co-ed Division (2012-2013, 2021-2022)

NDG Giants

Active Years:
2014 – Present
Premiership Wins (2):
Women: 2014, 2023
Division:
Women’s Division (2014-2019, 2023)
Men’s Division (2022 – as the West Island Giants)
Co-Ed Non-Contact (2021)

Previously known as the NDG Devils

West Island Wooders / Eagles

Active Years:
Wooders: 2014 – 2018,
Eagles: 2012 – 2013, 2024
Premiership Wins (2) :
Men: 2014, 2015
Division:
Men’s Division

 

Plateau Eagles

Active Years:
2014 – 2022
Premiership Wins (2) :
Women: 2017, 2018
Division:
Men’s Division (2023)
Co-ed Division (2021-2022)
Women’s Division (2014 – 2019)

Old Montreal Dockers

Active Years:
2012 – Present
Premiership Wins (1) :
Men: 2018
Division:
Men’s Division (2014-2019, 2023)
Co-ed Division (2012-2013, 2021-2022)

Pointe-Claire Power

Active Years:
2009 – 2010
Premiership Wins (1) :
Men: 2009
Division:
Co-ed Division

Quebec Saints

Current representative team for AFL Quebec for both Men’s and Women’s divisions.  

Previously we also had the Montreal Angels for the Women’s Division and the Quebec Saints for the Men’s Division. 

Discover more about the Saints & Angels by clicking the image above!

Carleton Warriors

Carleton Warriors

Active Years:
2015 – 2016
Premiership Wins (2):
Women: 2015, 2016
Division:
Women’s Division

*Ottawa Based Team*

Rideau Shamrocks

Rideau Shamrocks

Active Years:
2015 – 2016
Premiership Wins ():

Division:
Women’s Division

*Ottawa Based Team*