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European Federation of American Football

European Federation of American Football
Headquarters Frankfurt, Germany
Membership 24
President Robert Huber
Website http://www.efaf.info/

The European Federation of American Football (EFAF) is the governing body of American football in Europe. It is recognized by the International Federation of American Football (IFAF).

Members

Competitions

The EFAF runs several club tournaments. There are quite a few tournaments throughout the season. The highest level tournament is the European Football League, which culminates with the annual Eurobowl. Below that is the EFAF Cup, a similar tournament with lower level teams. On the third level, there are two tournaments. The first is the EFAF Challenge Cup, with smaller teams mostly for southern and eastern Europe. The second is the EFAF Atlantic Cup, which is made up of smaller teams from northern Europe.

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References

External links

  • European Federation of American football
  • EFAF on the IFAF Website
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