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2003 IFAF World Championship

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2003 IFAF World Championship

The 2003 IFAF World Championship was the second instance of the IFAF World Championship, an American football world championship held by International Federation of American Football (IFAF). The tournament was held in Germany at Herbert Dröse Stadion and Berliner Strasse Stadion. Japan won the championship for the second time in a row.


  • Participants 1
  • Venues 2
  • Rounds 3
    • Semi finals 3.1
    • Final 3.2
  • Winner 4
  • Statistics 5
  • External links 6


  •  Japan (Asian champion)
  •  Mexico (American champion)
  •  France (European representatives)
  •  Germany (Qualify automatically as the hosts)


Venue City Capacity
Stadion an der Berliner Straße Wiesbaden, Hesse 11,498
Herbert-Dröse-Stadion Hanau, Hesse 16,000


Semi-finals Final
  Japan  23  
  France  6  
      Japan  34
    Mexico  14
Third place
  Mexico  21   Germany  36
  Germany  17     France  7

Semi finals



2003 IFAF World Cup Winners

Second Title


Pos Team Games Win Lose Points for Points against Difference
1  Japan 2 2 0 57 20 +37
2  Mexico 2 1 1 35 51 -16
3  Germany 2 1 1 53 28 +25
4  France 2 0 2 13 59 -46

External links

  • Official website
  • IFAF Rankings Blog
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