LNFA 2

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LNFA 2
LNFA 2 logo.png
Sport American football
Founded 2004
No. of teams 11 (2009)
Country  Spain &  Portugal
Ceased 2009
Last champion(s) Reus Imperials (2009)
Official website http://www.aefaweb.com/

LNFA 2 (initials of Liga Nacional de Fútbol Americano 2) was the name of the second most important american football league in Spain, behind LNFA, and Portugal´s most important at the time.

The league was run by the Spanish Association of American Football (Agrupación Española de Futbol Americano (AEFA) in Spanish language).

It was established in 2004 and folded in 2009.

It was played under nine-man football rules.

History[edit]

Year Champion Runner-up Bowl game result
2004 Barcelona Uroloki Zaragoza Lions 26-18
2005 Barcelona Uroloki Las Rozas Black Demons 52-32
2006 Las Rozas Black Demons Terrassa Reds 38-18
2007 Reus Imperials Argentona Bocs 15-12
2008 Reus Imperials Valencia Giants 16-10
2009 Reus Imperials Valencia Giants 20-14

Last season (2009)[edit]

11 teams divided into two conferences competed in the league's last season, in 2009.

LNFA 2
Northern Conference
Team Website
Reus Imperials Spain http://www.imperialsreus.com
Santurtzi Coyotes Spain http://www.coyotes-santurtzi.com
Barberá Rookies Spain http://www.barberarookies.com
Lisboa Navigators Portugal http://www.lisboanavigators.pt
Vilafranca Eagles Spain http://www.vilafrancaeagles.net
Oporto Renegades Portugal http://www.portorenegades.com
Southern Conference
Team Website
Valencia Giants Spain http://www.valenciagiants.com
Vinaroz Ironmans Spain http://www.clubironmans.es/
Sueca Ricers Spain http://www.suecaricers.es
Murcia Cobras Spain http://www.murciacobras.com
Marbella Suns Spain http://www.sunsfootball.org

Final play-offs[edit]

Quarter-finals (9-05-2009) Semifinals (16-05-2009) Final (23-05-2009)
                 
Lisboa Navigators 51
Vinaroz Ironmans 0
Reus Imperials 32
Barberá Rookies 16
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Valencia Giants 14
Reus Imperials 20
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Valencia Giants 19
Lisboa Navigators 13
Murcia Cobras 13
Barberá Rookies 21

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