Poland national American football team

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Poland Poland
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Association PZFA
Region Europe (EFAF)
Founded 2012
IFAF Affiliation 2007
Colors White, Red
Head coach United States Bradley Arbon
General manager

The Poland National American Football team represents Poland in international American football competitions. The team is controlled by the Polish American Football Association. The team was formed in 2012, consisting mainly of Polish American Football League players and coaching staff. In addition to players from the Polish league, players from the York Lions, Braunschweig Lions, Kouvola Indians and Kristiansand Gladiators have also participated in games.

History[edit]

The first international American football game played by Poland was played 2 February 2013 in the Atlas Arena in Łódź, when the Polish national team met the Swedish national team in an Arena football game. But Polish teams had previously played unofficial matches, beginning in 2005.

European Championship[edit]

In 2015 Poland is competing in the IFAF level qualifying playoff circuit for the first time.

Year Position GP W L PF PA
Germany 2018 Did not qualify

IFAF World Championship record[edit]

Year Position GP W L PF PA
Italy 1999 Did Not Participate
Germany 2003 Did Not Participate
Japan 2007 Did Not Participate
Austria 2011 Did Not Participate
United States 2015 Did Not Participate

Head coaches[edit]

  • Poland Maciej Cetnerowski (2012-2015)
  • United States Bradley Arbon (2015–)

All time results[edit]

Date Opponent Venue Result Competition Result
2 February 2013 Sweden Sweden Atlas Arena, Łódź, Poland
14–27
Arena Football Friendly game Loss
14 September 2013 Netherlands Netherlands Polonia Stadium, Warsaw, Poland
14–37
Friendly game Loss
12 September 2015 Belgium Belgium Stadion GOSiR, Gdynia, Poland
27–20
Friendly game Win
27 September 2015 Russia Russia Arena Lublin, Lublin, Poland
7–0
Friendly game Win
11 October 2015 Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Letní stadion, Pardubice, Czech Republic
7–14
European Championship Qualifying Loss
6 August 2016 Denmark Denmark COS-OPO Cetniewo, Cetniewo, Poland
35–37
Friendly game Loss
10 September 2016 Sweden Sweden Stadion MOSiR Ząbki, Ząbki, Poland
21–28
Friendly game Loss
24 September 2016 Hungary Hungary First Field, Székesfehérvár, Hungary
22–23
Friendly game Loss
8 November 2016 Netherlands Netherlands Arena Lublin, Lublin, Poland
42-14
Friendly game Win

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