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Chris Darlison Appointed CEO Of The NGL

The National Gridiron League has announced the appointment of Mr. Chris Darlison as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Gridiron League and its subsidiaries. Effective immediately, Mr. Darlison will take leadership of all organizational function

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2017 NGL Regular Season Schedule Released

The National Gridiron League front office has released the 2017 regular season schedule. The first game will take place on Saturday, October 7, 2017, at Suncorp Stadium. The season will officially kick off with a double-header between the Gold Coast Kings

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Bigger and Better NGL

Nothing worth doing comes easy. Establishing a professional football league is a broad and complex project that involves many deliverables and precision timing. Projects of this scale involve many stakeholders, including corporate partners, suppliers, and

Head Coaches Start Landing Early August

Team head coaches are scheduled to begin arriving in the first week of August 2016. The first head coach to be landing in Australia is Coach Kevin Magouirk of the Logan City Wolverines. All head coaches will initially be based in Brisbane to work out of l

Player Football Equipment Has Landed

With the league officially completing recruitment for the 2016 season, the equipment is now following. The NGL are excited to announce the arrival of player equipment to be used throughout the season. Large volumes of Player protective equipment is arrivi

NGL Adds The Central Coast Cyclones

The National Gridiron League (NGL), has added the Central Coast Cyclones to the league. The Central Coast Cyclones represent the Central Coast in the state of New South Wales. The Central Coast Cyclones will replace a Canberra team for the 2016 Season. Th

NGL Team Vehicles Hit the Road

The first batch of League and team vehicles has hit the road. The first batch of Hyundai Genesis Ultimate executive and Mitsubishi ASX SUV coaching staff vehicles have been deployed. During the next few months the NGL will commission a total of 24 team ve