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Kansas City Power 2015 Season Schedule Released

2015 Kansas City Power Schedule o   May 9-10 – Des Moines 80/35 10’s Tournament – Des Moines, IA o   June 6-7  – KC Power @ Tulsa 18’s – Tulsa, OK o   June 20-21  – KC Power @ Des Moines 18’s – Des Read more

First Metro (All Comers) Game of the Season!

  Bring your friends and family out and celebrate the first game of the season! We'll have the first kick at 10am, at Hyde Park (39th and Gilham Read more

KC Power to Kick off 2014 season!

  Join the Kansas City Power Australian Football Club at Gillham Park on Saturday, April 12 at 10am. Coach Pete Chung will be going over season expectations, training sessions, game schedule and other on-field issues. Don't forget returning players can submit their Read more

The Power Remembers One of it's Own

The Power wants to publicly take some time to remember Charlie "Chuck" Casebier. Charlie was an avid club supporter seen at every club function. Charlie traveled to Nationals and away games, and was a bright spot within the Power. Read more

Metro #2 - Kirkie Cup

The Metro moved to Friday night play and it proved to be a great evening for the players and fans. Pictures from the day ...                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Read more

National Tournament – 2011

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The Kansas City, Power traveled to Austin, Texas to compete in the 2011 United States Australian Football League, National Tournament. The Power finished with a 2 win and 1 lose tournament record beating the Columbus, Jackaroos 5.7.37 to 3.6.24 and the Atlanta, Kookaburras 4.5.29 to 4.4.28 but losing to the New York, Magpies 5.5.35 to 6.2.38 missing a shot at the Division III Championship by those three points. For all the tournament scores http://www.usafl.com/game-results

Despite the disappointment, the Power showed themselves as a team not to be overlooked. Even in their one lose, the Power came from a 12 point deficit at halftime, to within a goal of winning it in the final minutes.

The Power are now confidently looking to the 2012 season.

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