2003 IFAF World Championship

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2003 IFAF World Championship
Tournament details
Host nation  Germany
Dates July 10 – July 12
No. of nations 4
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Japan
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Mexico
Third-place Bronze medal blank.svg  Germany
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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[edit]

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

Venues[edit]

Venue City Capacity
Berliner Strasse Stadion Wiesbaden, Hesse 11,498
Herbert Dröse Stadion Hanau, Hesse 16,000

Rounds[edit]

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

Semi finals[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
 Japan 0 0 20 3 23
 France 0 0 0 6 6

at Berliner Strasse Stadion

  • Date: July 10
  • Game time: 14:00
  • Game attendance: 1200
  • Referee: United Kingdom Jim Briggs
1 2 3 4 Total
 Mexico 7 0 7 7 21
 Germany 0 3 0 14 17

at Berliner Strasse Stadion

  • Date: July 10
  • Game time: 18:00
  • Game attendance: 1600
  • Referee: Sweden Fereed Adus

Final[edit]

1 2 3 4 Total
 Japan 0 17 7 10 34
 Mexico 7 0 7 0 14

at Herbert Dröse Stadion

  • Date: July 12
  • Game time: 18:00
  • Game attendance: 2600
  • Referee: United Kingdom Jim Briggs

Winner[edit]

2003 IFAF World Cup Winners
Flag of Japan.svg
JAPAN
Second Title

Statistics[edit]

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

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