IFAF U-19 World Cup

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IFAF Junior World Cup
Sport American football
Founded 2008
No. of teams 8
Most recent champion(s)  United States (2nd title)
Most titles  United States (2 titles)

The IFAF JU-19 World Cup is the world championship of American football for players under the age of 19 organized by the International Federation of American Football. It was announced on June 2008 and the first competition started on Saturday, June 27, 2009 at Canton, Ohio.[1] The tournament replaced the eleven-year running NFL Global Junior Championship and will be held every two years.

Results[edit]

Year Host Final Third-place game
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
2009
Details
United States United States
United States[2]
41-3
Canada

Japan[3]
42-27
Mexico
2012
Details
United States United States
Canada[4]
23-17
United States

Japan
7-0
Austria
2014
Details
Kuwait Kuwait
United States
40-17
Canada

Mexico
31-30
Austria

2014 IFAF U19 World Championship[edit]

The 2014 Championship shall feature hosts and debutants Kuwait Kuwait, defending champions Canada , 2009 champions  United States,  Mexico, Japan Japan, Germany Germany, Austria Austria, and France France. The tournament will be held in Kuwait in July.

DAY 1 : Kuwait Kuwait 00-91  Canada

France France 07-24 Austria Austria

 United States 49-14  Mexico

Japan Japan 48-20 Germany Germany


DAY 2 : France France 00-56  Canada

Kuwait Kuwait 00-64 Austria Austria

 United States 54-00 Germany Germany

Japan Japan 24-24  Mexico

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IFAF Junior World Championship". International Federation of American Football. Retrieved 23 October 2011. "The inaugural IFAF Junior World Championship will be played at Fawcett Stadium at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, in the summer of 2009." 
  2. ^ "THE U.S., BEATS CANADA IN FINAL" (PDF). Football Canada. 5 July 2009. Retrieved 23 October 2011. "The United States defeated Canada 41-3 in the final on Sunday at the 2009 IFAF World Junior Football Championships in Canton, Ohio." 
  3. ^ "THE U.S., BEATS CANADA IN FINAL" (PDF). Football Canada. 5 July 2009. Retrieved 23 October 2011. "Japan defeated Mexico 42-27 on Saturday for the bronze medal." 
  4. ^ "CANADA WINS U-19 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP". IFAF. 8 July 2012. Retrieved 18 July 2011.