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International League of American Football 1990

ILAF Teams

ILAF WestILAF East
BarcelonaFinland
BirminghamMilan
HollandMunich
LondonRome
International League of American Football 1990 [Reference: 1]

Schedule

DateHome TeamAway Team
Week 1
14.04.1990HollandMunich
14.04.1990BirminghamRome
14.04.1990MilanLondon
14.04.1990BarcelonaFinland
Week 2
21.04.1990HollandBirmingham
21.04.1990LondonHolland
21.04.1990MunichRome
21.04.1990MilanBarcelona
Week 3
28.04.1990BirminghamMilan
28.04.1990FinlandMunich
28.04.1990RomeHolland
28.04.1990BarcelonaLondon
Week 4
05.05.1990LondonHolland
05.05.1990FinlandBirmingham
05.05.1990MunichMilan
05.05.1990RomeBarcelona
Week 5
12.05.1990HollandBarcelona
12.05.1990BirminghamMunich
12.05.1990LondonRome
12.05.1990FinlandMilan
Week 6
19.05.1990HollandFinland
19.05.1990BirminghamLondon
19.05.1990MilanRome
19.05.1990BarcelonaMunich
Week 7
26.05.1990HollandRome
26.05.1990LondonBarcelona
26.05.1990MunichFinland
26.05.1990MilanBirmingham
Week 8
02.06.1990BirminghamHolland
02.06.1990FinlandLondon
02.06.1990RomeMunich
02.06.1990BarcelonaMilan
Week 9
09.06.1990MunichLondon
09.06.1990RomeFinland
09.06.1990MilanHolland
09.06.1990BarcelonaBirmingham
Week 10
16.06.1990LondonMilan
16.06.1990FinlandBarcelona
16.06.1990MunichHolland
16.06.1990RomeBirmingham
Week 11
23.06.1990HollandLondon
23.06.1990BirminghamFinland
23.06.1990MilanMunich
23.06.1990BarcelonaRome
Week 12
30.06.1990LondonBirmingham
30.06.1990FinlandHolland
30.06.1990MunichBarcelona
30.06.1990RomeMilan
International League of American Football Schedule 1990 [Reference: 1]

About

The International League of American Football was a proposed Professional American Football League with teams representing eight cities or countries in Europe, and featuring European Players. Head Coaches with NCAA experience had been brought in, and Villa Park in Birmingham, home of Aston Villa, and one of the premier grounds in English Soccer, had been secured for the Birmingham team, but the league never got off the ground, and folded before the first kickoff on 14 April 1990, even though schedules had been released in November prior to that, with each team playing a 12-game season.

References

Newspapers

[1] Anon. (1990) “ILAF Schedules” World American Football. 30 November 1989. pg. 22.

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Gareth Quigley, Paul O’Reilly, Ronan O’Brien.

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 23 February 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020

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