EFAF European Championship

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EFAF European Championship
Sport American football
Founded 1983
Most recent champion(s)  Germany (3d Title)
Most titles  Finland (5 Titles)
Official website efaf.info

The European Championship of American Football is a continental competition contested by the member countries of EFAF. The tournament also serves as a qualifier for the IFAF World Cup.

2014 divisions[edit]

The tournament consists of three divisions. The winner of a lower division may be promoted to the next level for subsequent tournaments.

Group A: 2018

 Germany
 France
 Austria
 Sweden
 Finland
Winner Group B

Group B: 2017

 Denmark
 Czech Republic
 Great Britain
 Italy
 Serbia
Winner Group C

Group C: 2016

 Netherlands
 Russia
  Switzerland
 Spain

Results[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Place Score 4th Place
1983
Details
Italy
Italy

Italy
18–6
Finland

West Germany
27–20
France
1985
Details
Italy
Italy

Finland
13–2
Italy

West Germany
13–0
France
1987
Details
Finland
Finland

Italy
24–22
West Germany

Finland
38–23
Great Britain
1989
Details
Germany
West Germany

Great Britain
26–0
Finland

West Germany
29–9
Italy
1991
Details
Finland
Finland

Great Britain
14–3
Finland

Netherlands
17–12
France
1993
Details
Italy
Italy

Finland
17–7
Italy

Germany
21–3
Sweden
1995
Details
Austria
Austria

Finland
27–7
Italy

Austria
18–0
Ukraine
1997
Details
Italy
Italy

Finland
27–6
Sweden

Italy
14–7
Great Britain
2000
Details
Germany
Germany

Finland
30–29
Germany
 Great Britain and  Ukraine
2001
Details
Germany
Germany

Germany
19–7
Finland
 Sweden and  Great Britain
2005
Details
Sweden
Sweden

Sweden
16–7
Germany

Finland
34–12
Great Britain
2010
Details
Germany
Germany

Germany
26–10
France

Austria
30–0
Sweden
2014
Details
Austria
Austria

Germany
30–27
Austria

France
35–21
Finland

Teams[edit]

  • Winner
  • Runner-up
  • Third place
  • Fourth place
  • SF - Semi-finalist
  • QF - Quarter finalist
  • Q - Participant of the qualification round
  • Q3 - Participant of the third qualification round
  • Q2 - Participant of the third qualification round
  • Q1 - Participant of the third qualification round
Name 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 2000 2001 2005 2010 2014
Germany Germany 33 place 33 place 2Runner-up 33 place 9 33 place 4QF 9 2Runner-up 1Winner 2Runner-up 1Winner 1Winner
Italy Italy 1Winner 2Runner-up 1Winner 44 place 5Q3 2Runner-up 2Runner-up 33 place 9 9 9 9 9
Finland Finland 2Runner-up 1Winner 33 place 2Finalist 2Finalist 1Winner 1Winner 1Winner 1Winner 2Runner-up 33 place 55 place 44 place
France France 44 place 44 place 4QF 4QF 44 place 9 9 9 9 5Q 4QF 2Runner-up 33 place
Austria Austria 55 place 9 7Q1 9 6Q2 9 33 place 9 5Q 4QF 9 33 place 2Runner-up
Great Britain United Kingdom 9 9 44 place 1Winner 1Winner 9 9 44 place 3Semi-finalist 3Semi-finalist 44 place 66 place 9
Netherlands Netherlands 9 9 7Q1 7Q1 33 place 5Q 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
Sweden Sweden 9 9 9 7Q1 5Q3 44 place 5Q 2Runner-up 9 3Semi-finalist 1Winner 44 place 55 place
Norway Norway 9 9 9 6Q2 9 9 5Q 9 9 9 9 9 9
Belgium Belgium 9 9 9 9 7Q1 9 5Q 9 9 9 9 9 9
Spain Spain 9 9 9 9 7Q1 9 5Q 5Q 9 4QF 9 9 9
Russia Russia 9 9 9 9 6Q2 9 9 9 5Q 9 9 9 9
Ukraine Ukraine 9 9 9 9 9 9 44 place 5Q 3Semi-finalist 4QF 9 9 9
Denmark Denmark 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 5Q 9 9 66 place
Switzerland  Switzerland 9 9 6Q2 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Performance by team[edit]

Pos. Team Champion Runner-up Third Fourth
1  Finland 5 4 2 1
2  Germany 3 3 4
3  Italy 2 3 1 1
4  Great Britain 2 2* 3
5  Sweden 1 1 1* 2
6  Austria 1 2
7  France - 1 1 3
8  Ukraine 1* 1
9  Netherlands 1
  • *semi-finalist in 2000 and 2001 (no 3rd place match played)

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