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The International Federation of American Football was formed in 1998 by founding nations Australia, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Sweden and Spain. By 2008 IFAF membership had increased to a total of 52 countries governed by five continental federations.

American Football has been played internationally since the late 1800s in countries such as Canada and the United States and can trace its roots in Japan back to the 1930s. The game gained popularity in Europe in the 1970s and gathered pace in the 1980s when sports enthusiasts were gripped by a surge in interest in both watching football on television and participating on the gridiron.


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A record number of 35 countries were represented at the 12th annual International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Congress held in Canton, Ohio, in conjunction with the inaugural IFAF Junior World Championship.

While the United States, Canada and Japan were winning the tournament gold, silver and bronze medals respectively, IFAF membership continued to expand around the world. Seven countries - Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Venezuela - were granted full membership of IFAF.

"We are delighted to welcome these new and emerging federations of American football from Pan-American and Europe into the IFAF family," said IFAF President TOMMY WIKING. "The sport continues push its border internationally and by becoming IFAF members, these countries can benefit from a wealth of resources available through IFAF and also by communicating with fellow federations.

"Last year in Spain, 28 nations attended the IFAF Congress and this year's attendance illustrates how we are not only expanding but are also joining forces effectively to develop the sport."
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IFAF Women's World Championship is the international championship for women in American football. The first event was held in 2010, in Stockholm, Sweden, with six countries competing, and was won by the United States. The second event will be held in June 30th - July 6th 2013 in Vantaa, Finland.

Group A
USA
Sweden
Germany

Group B
Finland
Spain
Canada


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DAY ONE

Final score
FIN 47
SPA 00

Final score
USA 84
SWE 00
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DAY TWO

Final score
SWE 14
GER 25

Final score
SPA 00
CAN 50
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DAY THREE

Final score
USA 107
GER 07

Final score
FIN 12
CAN 34
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FIFTH PLACE GAME
Final score
SWE 64
SPA 00

BRONZE MEDAL GAME
Final score
FIN 20
GER 19

GOLD MEDAL GAME
Final score
USA 64
CAN 00


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2011 SENIOR MEN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2012 JUNIOR MEN (U-19) WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2013 WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2014 M/W FLAG FOOTBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2015 SENIOR MEN WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2016 JUNIOR MEN (U-19) WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2017 WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
2018 M/W FLAG FOOTBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP


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The IFAF U-19 World Cup

The IFAF U-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.

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2014 IFAF U19 World Championship

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.

The schedule for the 2014 IFAF U19 World Championship has been finalized. Each Competition Days, July 7, July 10, and July 13, will consist of 4 games. Medal Game Day will also consist of 4 games being played. Below are the 2014 ates:


July 5th - Overseas Teams Arrive (IFAF Americas, IFAF Oceania, IFAF Asia)
July 6th - IFAF European Teams Arrive
July 7th - Competition Day
July 8th - Practice Day
July 9th - Practice Day
July 10th - Competition Day
July 11th - Practice Day
July 12th - Practice Day
July 13th - Competition Day
July 14th - Practice Day
July 15th - Practice Day
July 16th - Medal Games

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