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Philippines national American football team

The Philippines National American Football Team, also known as Pilipinas Aguilas and Philippine Aguilas, represents the Philippines in international american football competitions. The team is under the American Tackle Football Federation of the Philippines (ATFFP), which was founded by Bernaro “Dodi” Palma II in 2009.[1] They made their first official international debut at the 2015 IFAF World Championship - Asian Qualifier Game against Japan on April 26, 2014. The Philippines was defeated by Japan on their first game with the score 0-86.[1][2][3]

IFAF World Championship record

Year Position GP W L PF PA
1999 Did not enter,
not yet an IFAF member
2015 Did not qualify


  • William Yeh (2014)[3]
  • Ivan Klaric (2014–)[4]


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External links

  • Official Facebook Page
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