IFAF and IFAF Europe General Meeting in Paris
IFAF Europe Flag Football European Championship: Austria wins both titles
IFAF Europe Flag Football European Championship: Time for the playoffs
IFAF Flag Football European Championship: Both teams from Austria are still top
IFAF European Flag Football Championship: Austria dominates the opening day
IFAF Europe Flag Football European Championships starts on Thursday
Flag Football European Championships: 15 teams in Madrid
World Games: France is champion – 14-6 victory against Germany
EFAF is the governing body of American Football in Europe and recognized as continental federation by the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) for Europe. EFAF has 30 national federations as members and is representing more than 100.000 individual members in whole Europe.
EFAF is organizing the European Football League (EFL) with its final game EURO BOWL, a national champion club team competition, the EFAF Cup as top level club team competition and the European Championships for national teams in various categories.
Major events are televised live on EUROSPORT, EUROSPORT 2 and domestic broadcaster e. g. ORF (Austrian National Broadcaster).
The Final Game of the 2010 European Championships took place at the Commerzbank Arena at Frankfurt am Main (Germany), a state of the art multifunctional soccer arena which was used for FIFA Soccer World Cup 2006.
Its Aims and Goals ...
Membership is open to national federations including a minimum of five teams in a league with published schedule of national competitions and a minimum of one year of activities for the league.
EFAF member federations (recognized associations in Europe controlling American Football and related activities at national level) are fully independent and responsible in all their national matters.
Its Competitions ...