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  1. The Official Logo of the Beach Football World Championship Revealed
  2. IFAF Took Part in WADA’s Webinar
  3. The IFAF Beach Football World Championship from 2nd to 5th November 2017
  4. ARISF President Raffaele Chiulli meets with IOC President Thomas Bach
  5. The IFAF Annual General Meeting on September 23rd 2017

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February 18, 2017
The Official Logo of the Beach Football World Championship Revealed

Organizers of the first ever Beach Football World Championship presented the official artwork and logo of the event. As it is already known, Costa Rica, a Caribbean country, will host the competition from 2nd to 5th of November 2017. The country is famous for its beautiful beaches which are among the most beautiful around the…

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January 27, 2017
The IFAF Beach Football World Championship from 2nd to 5th November 2017

As it was previously announced, the first ever Beach Football World Championship in 2017 will take place in Costa Rica. Now, preparations go on and it is known that the competition is going to be organized in the beginning of November in Tamarindo. The International Federation of American Football (IFAF) has signed contract with the…

January 9, 2017
American Football Tournament at 2017 World Games

American football is going to be one of four invitational sports in the World Games 2017 which will take place in Wrocław, Poland, from 20th to 30th of July. American football, speedway, kickboxing and indoor rowing are the disciplines approved by the authorities of the International World Games Association (IWGA), that awards the rights to…

December 15, 2016
Costa Rica to Host the IFAF Beach Flag World Championship 2017

The International Federation of American Football has revealed that the country chosen to host the first ever Beach Flag World Championship in 2017 will be Costa Rica! The decision was made by the IFAF Managing Committee on Wednesday, 14th December, after bidding process which last from 1st to 15th November 2016. Beach flag football is…

November 23, 2016
EJC 2017 tournament lineup is set

The European Junior Championships (EJC) 2017 will be decided in France: The four top junior national Teams in American football from the continent will battle for the title in the final tournament in Paris on July 14 (semifinals) and 16 (medal games). The hosts from France (two EJC titles in 2004 and 2006) and reigning…

October 17, 2016
IFAF opens call for hosting the Beach Flag World Championship 2017

IFAF invites all federation members to submit their application to host and organize the IFAF Beach Flag World Championship 2017. Application Deadline: November 1st 2016: Letter of interest November 15th 2016: Formal application Here you can download the formulary to submit applications for hosting the IFAF Beach Flag Football World Championship in 2017. Signed application…

May 17, 2016
FFU15EC National Teams List And Schedule Released

Flag Football Under-15 European Championship 2016 will be hosted in Belgrade, Serbia, starting August 5th until August 7th. The following national teams have applied for the boys’ tournament: 1. Czech 2. Italy 3. Netherlands 4. Romania 5. Serbia 6. Slovenia 7. Spain Sadly, the girls’ tournament is cancelled due to only three applicants. The FFU15EC…

May 17, 2016
U19 Final Tournament Hosting Rights Provisionally Granted To France

IFAF Europe executive board has decided to provisionally grant U19 hosting rights of the final tournament in 2017 to national association of France (FFFA) and the city of Paris. Final confirmation will be granted after the inspection of the facilities. IFAF Europe Chairman Mr. Goran Nisavic said: “We are all glad we have received interest from multiple…

August 9, 2015
Finland Crowned European Champions

Finland were crowned IFAF Europe Women’s Champions last night after a comprehensive victory over Great Britain in Granada, Spain. Whilst the 50-12 scoreline highlights the strength of the Finnish team, it does not tell the whole story of an enthralling encounter which was anyone’s game up until half time. Indeed, it was Great Britain that…