The Freedom Bowl was an annual post-season college football bowl game played at Anaheim Stadium in Anaheim, California, from 1984 to 1994. Beginning with the 1995 season, the Freedom Bowl's WAC tie-ins were merged with that of the Holiday Bowl and the game was dissolved. In 1997, Anaheim Stadium reverted to a baseball-only configuration.
|Date played||Winning team||Losing team|
|26 December 1984||Iowa||55||Texas||17||notes|
|30 December 1985||Washington||20||Colorado||17||notes|
|30 December 1986||UCLA||31||Brigham Young||10||notes|
|30 December 1987||Arizona State||33||Air Force||28||notes|
|29 December 1988||Brigham Young||20||Colorado||17||notes|
|30 December 1989||Washington||34||Florida||7||notes|
|29 December 1990||Colorado State||32||Oregon||31||notes|
|30 December 1991||Tulsa||28||San Diego State||17||notes|
|29 December 1992||Fresno State||24||USC||7||notes|
|30 December 1993||USC||28||Utah||21||notes|
|27 December 1994||Utah||16||Arizona||13||notes|
- Foldesy, Jody. "Bowls burgeon as big business", The Washington Times. December 21, 1997. Page A1.
- "1984 Freedom Bowl: Iowa 55, Texas 17". Retrieved 2006-12-30.