ANZAC Friendship Match
  •  May 3, 2018

    The Vietnam Swans have just wrapped up their second series of the 2018 season, this time against the Thailand Tigers. Read on for more from the series! Kanchanaburi for ANZAC Memorial Game 1/2 The Swans headed to Kanchanaburi to face […]

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  •  April 26, 2018

    Ron (pictured holding the shield) and Ailsa Vernon have become synonymous with the ANZAC Friendship Game in Vietnam. Each year, Ron shares insights on the difficulties facing soldiers on both sides of the Vietnam War. Its an experience that makes the […]

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  •  April 25, 2018

    The Lagler Legends vs. Al Fresco’s All Stars game is back for 2018, kicking off at midday this Saturday in Vung Tau! The game is fun curtain-raiser for the Vietnam Swans vs. Thailand Tigers at 2:30pm. Get on down to […]

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  •  April 23, 2018

    Xin Chào! The Vietnam Swans welcome you to Vietnam! We’ve tried to outline some basic information you will need for your stay. Some of you will arrive early to take in the sights of Vietnam, so we’ve added a bit […]

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  •  April 20, 2018

    On 28 April 2018, the Vietnam Swans will be making the journey down to Vung Tau for Game 2 of the Anzac Memorial Series against the Thailand Tigers. ANZACs in Vietnam, Vung Tau and Long Tan Australia was involved in […]

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  •  April 19, 2018

    The Vietnam Swans return to Kanchanaburi this weekend. It’s a significant place in the history of Australia, and very much so on ANZAC Day, when we pay tribute to the armed services of Australia and New Zealand. The Death Railway, Hellfire Pass […]

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  •  February 20, 2018

    Get out your diaries, contact Wide Eyed Tours, find those footy boots. With the Lunar New Year now past us the Swans have announced a huge calendar highlighted by 4 games in the first next 2 (and a bit) months […]

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  •  May 4, 2017

    The Swans have returned to winning ways with a hard-fought win over the Cambodian Eagles in Vung Tau! Baby-faced Swannie “Rampaging” Roy Horgan may have been sidelined due to a back injury, but from his view of the field he had this to say about […]

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  •  April 20, 2017

    Women’s AFL has been the buzz of Australia since the inaugural national professional women’s league was announced in late 2016. 2017 saw 8 teams compete in the national league, with the Adelaide Crows becoming the first AFLW premiership team in […]

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  •  April 19, 2017

    Here it is – the squad for this Saturday’s massive hitout against the Cambodian Eagles. For a Swannie, it’s the most coveted selection of the year and end-of-year awards and medals fade away in comparison. As a result, it’s never […]

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  •  April 18, 2017

    The Swans committee have been working hard behind the scenes to get this year’s membership kit ready for social and playing members – with memberships and brand new 2017 Swans merchandise being available at the ANZAC Friendship Match in Vung Tau this […]

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  •  April 14, 2017

    Valued Swannies sponsors Lagler and Al Fresco’s will be donating funds to the Centre of Protection of Children in Vung Tau (aka the Vung Tau Orphanage), when they face off during next weekend’s Friendship Match festivities. Next Saturday the 22nd […]

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  •  April 5, 2017

    The 8th Annual ANZAC Friendship Match will be held in Vung Tau on Saturday 22 April, 2017 against the Cambodian Eagles. Arguably the most important day of the season for the Vietnam Swans, the ANZAC Day home match just a few […]

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  •  March 31, 2017

    The Vietnam Swans accompanied the Saigon Ladies Gaels to Phnom Penh last weekend for the first international women’s AFL match in Asia (and possibly the world?) against the Cambodian Apsaras women’s AFL team. The Swans played against off-field friends and on-field […]

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  •  April 22, 2016

    The Anzac Friendship Match is much more than just a football game – it is a weekend that brings people together and celebrates the legacy set for us by young Australian diggers over 40 years ago. The weekend is as […]

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