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Super 8 Football League Winter Bowl 2014

Super 8 Football League Logo

Super 8 Football League – Winter Bowl 2015

PWLTPFPAPct
Duo Sports Thundercats880016
Bufalos Mexicali64208
All Blacks Tijuana72504
Desert Sentinels41302
Titans CUT50500
Super 8 Football League winter Bowl 2015 [Reference: 1]

Report

The 2014 Super 8 Football League Winter League finished with Duo Sports Thundercats (San Diego & Tijuana) as Champions with an unblemished 8-0 record. Bufalos Mexicali finished in second place on 4-2, followed by All-Blacks Tijuana on 2-5, USA side Desert Sentinels on 1-3 and Titans CUT on 0-5.

The Super 8 Football League is a Cross-Border Football League in the states of California (USA) and Baja California (Mexico), which started in 2010;

References

Websites

[1] Super 8 Football League (2018) Super 8 Football League [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/page/3/ [Accessed 20 May 2018]

Images

[2] Super 8 Football League (2018) Super 8 Football League Logo [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/10378207_1545248759045177_2010222216677056541_n.jpg [Accessed 20 July 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Eoin O’Fearghaill

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

World Gridiron Archive

Last Updated: 4 April 2019

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Sevenman Tackle Football League (Texas) 1999-2005

Sevenman Tackle Football League Logo [Reference: 11]

STFL 1999

PWLTPFPAPct
*Yellowjackets8710.875
*Ruff Ryders8530.625
*Cowboys8530.625
*Lobos8350.375
Eagles8080.000
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 1999 [Reference: 1]
DateHome TeamAway Team
1st Round Playoffs
1999Yellowjackets48Lobos16
1999Ruff Ryders2Cowboys0
STFL Super Bowl I
1999Yellowjackets26Ruff Ryders19
State Championship
1999Yellowjackets36SFA Wolfpack18
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 1999 [Reference: 1]

STFL 2000

PWLTPFPAPct
North
Jackets11740.636
Mutants11650.545
Bulldawgs11560.455
Wildkatz11290.182
Cardinals111100.091
Rebels111100.901
South
Bearcats1111001.000
Copenoals11830.727
Stallions11740.636
Raiders11740.636
Wolfpack11740.636
Trojans11290.182
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2000 [Reference: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
1st Round Playoffs
2000Jackets29Mutants25
2000Bulldawgs12Wildkatz7
2000Stallions45Raiders12
2000Bearcats50Copenoals14
Conference Championships
2000Bulldawgs19Jackets18
2000Bearcats26Stallions8
STFL Super Bowl II
2000Bearcats50Bulldawgs6
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2000 [Reference: 2]

STFL 2001

PWLTPFPAPct
West
Wolfpack9810300144.889
Rams10280167323.200
Demons10280144351.200
East
Stallions9630233165.667
Raiders10640297124.600
Dawgs10550262273.500
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2001 [Reference: 3]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Round 1
2001Wolfpack54Rams14
2001Raiders19Stallions6
Super Bowl III
2001Wolfpack38Raiders33
State Championship
2001Wolfpack44SA Mean Machine19
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2001 [Reference: 3]

STFL 2002

PWLTPFPAPct
*Raiders121200321741.000
*Outlaws12750234192.583
*Wolfpack11560197222.556
*Stallions11560146192.556
Rams10460168163.400
Dawgs10010050281.000
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2002 [Reference: 4]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs Round 1
2002Outlaws47Wolfpack36
2002Raiders30Stallions0
Superbowl IV
2002Raiders30Outlaws22
State Championship
2002Raiders33SA Bandits26
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2002 [Reference: 4]

STFL 2003

PWLTPFPAPct
West
*Irving Stallions9540199114.556
Fort Worth Rams835095176.375
Midcities Blitz707046248.000
Central
*Denton Elite Eagles10820268190.800
*Dallas Wolfpack10640230215.600
*North Texas Outlaws10550199197.500
East
*Richardson Raiders1082025580.800
*Dallas Ruff Ryders8440164131.500
Dallas Dawgs817086189.125
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2003 [Reference: 5]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs Round 1
2003North Texas Outlaws24Irving Stallions20
2003Dallas Wolfpack36Dallas Ruff Ryders35
Playoffs Round 2
2003Denton Elite Eagles45Dallas Wolfpack18
2003Richardson Raiders19North Texas Outlaws13
Super Bowl V
2003Denton Elite Eagles25Richardson Raiders13
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2003 [Reference: 5]

STFL 2004

PWLTPFPAPct
West
*North Texas Outlaws11830329161.727
*Eagles10640200115.600
Rams9450133146.444
Hawks808018267.000
East
*Dallas Warriors11830282156.727
*Raiders1073024198.700
Dawgs954091144.556
Wolfpack808058228.000
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2004 [Reference: 6]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs Round 1
09.05.2004North Texas OutlawsWEaglesL
09.05.2004RaidersLWarriorsW
STFL Super Bowl VI
16.05.2004North Texas Outlaws35Dallas Warriors34
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2004 [Reference: 6-7]

STFL 2005

PWLTPFPAPct
West
*North Texas Outlaws12840326183.667
*Fort Worth Longhorns10460162240.400
Fort Worth Rams9360107198.333
Duncanville Bulldogs10010032193.000
East
*Dallas Knights111010271142.909
*Richardson Raiders11740242147.636
Dallas Warriors10730203179.700
Mesquite Panthers9270136210.222
Sevenman Tackle Football League Standings 2005 [Reference: 7]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs Round 1
15.05.2005Dallas Knights30Richardson Raiders0
15.05.2005North Texas Outlaws18Fort Worth Longhorns6
STFL Super Bowl VII
2005North Texas Outlaws49Dallas Knights14
Sevenman Tackle Football League Playoffs 2005 [Reference: Exprapolated from Tables in 8-9]

Report

Yellowjackets (1999) and Bearcats (2000) were the first two winners of the STFL Super Bowl, with Wolfpack (2001) and Raiders (2002) winning the next two. There was a big turnover in teams during this period.

In 2003 Denton Elite Eagles won the Super Bowl, and then North Texas Raiders became the first team to repeat, winning the 2004 & 2005 STFL Super Bowls.

North Texas Outlaws – 2004 STFL Cjhampions [Reference: 12]

About

The Sevenman Tackle Football League is a Recreational American Football League in Texas, USA, playing reduced numbers American Football, which are popular in the state from the Sixman High School Leagues, to the Semi-Pro Leagues. [Reference: 10]

It played its first season in 1999.

Refernces

Internet Archive

[1] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (1999) [Standings][1999] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20021010221019/http://www.sevenman.com/1999.html[Accessed 13 February 2020]

[2] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2002) [Standings][2000] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20030203161156/http://www.sevenman.com/2000.html[Accessed 13 February 2020]

[3] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2002) [Standings][2001] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20021011052202/http://www.sevenman.com/2001.html[Accessed 13 February 2020]

[4] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2002) [Standings][2002] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20021011092808/http://www.sevenman.com/2002.htm [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[5] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2003) [Standings] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20030808194008/http://www.sevenman.com/ [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[6] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2004) [Welcome][Standings] [Internet] Available from:http://web.archive.org/web/20040518091822/http://www.sevenman.com/ [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[7] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2004) [Schedule][2004] [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[8] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2005) [Standings] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20050824110159/http://www.sevenman.com/ [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[9] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2005) [Standings] [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20050721235515/http://www.sevenman.com/ [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[10] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2005) History [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20021221020613/http://www.sevenman.com/history.htm [Accessed 13 February 2020]

Images

[11] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2004) STFL Logo [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20021126163725im_/http://www.sevenman.com/stfllogo.gif [Accessed 13 February 2020]

[12] Sevenman | Wayback Machine (2004) STFL 2004 Champions STFL Outlaws[Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20040603011113im_/http://www.sevenman.com/stflchamps.gif [Accessed 13 February 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Todd Zboyan

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 13 February 2020

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2020

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Northwest Football League 1982-1989

Northwest Football League 1982

PWLTPFPAPct
*Oregon City Steelheads8800221351.000
*Beaverton Grizzlies862017988.750
*Burlington Raiders8530132126.625
*West Seattle Warhawks8350132147.375
Burien Vikings8350114147.375
Seattle Cavaliers826074182.250
Bremerton Chiefs817086171.125
Northwest Football League Standings 1982 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
31.10.1982Oregon City Steelheads44West Seattle Warhawks15
31.10.1982Beaverton Grizzlies22Burlington Raiders6
NWFL Championship
13.11.1982Oregon City Steelheads14Beaverton Grizzlies27
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1982 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

Northwest Football League 1983

PWLTPFPAPct
*Portland Steelheads7700152711.000
*Spokane Fury642011079.667
*Burlington Raiders743014494.571
*West Seattle Warhawks743011794.571
Astoria Vikings7430116171.571
Seattle Cavaliers71605888.143
Beaverton Grizzlies707079172.000
Northwest Football League Standings 1983 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
29.10.1983Spokane Fury26Burlington Raiders15
30.10.1983Portland Steelheads41West Seattle Warhawks13
NWFL Championship
06.11.1983Portland Steelheads24Spokane Fury3
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1983 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

Northwest Football League 1984

PWLTPFPAPct
*Auburn Panthers88001831101.000
*Spokane Fury8530183100.625
*Eastside Express8530217149.625
*Skagit Valley Raiders8530178129.625
Sno-King Blue Knights8530153139.625
West Seattle Warhawks844063106.500
Vancouver Grizzlies8350170172.375
Peninsula Pioneers817068179.125
Seattle Cavaliers808044150.000
Northwest Football League Standings 1984 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
27.10.1984Auburn Panthers12Skagit Valley Raiders6
27.10.1984Spokane Fury32Bellevue Express16
NWFL Championship
03.11.1984Auburn Panthers20Spokane Fury12
Norhwest Football League Playoffs 1984 [Reference: 1]

[1] Note: Eastside Express & Bellevue Express are the same team.

Northwest Football League 1985

PWLTPFPAPct
Northern Division
*Spokane Fury10730263119.700
Sno-King Blue Knights10730274134.700
Skagit Valley Raiders10370145217.300
Seattle Cavaliers10010021330.000
Southern Division
*Auburn Panthers101000274541.000
*Salem Stars10730212222.700
West Seattle Warhawks10460143141.400
Eastside Express10280106228.200
Northwest Football League Standings 1985 [Reference: 1]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
19.10.1985Auburn Panthers36Everett Blue Knights 3
20.10.1985Spokane Fury7Salem Stars33
NWFL Championship
26.10.1985Auburn Panthers19Salem Stars3
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1985 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1] Note: Everett Blue Knights known as Sno-King Blue Knights for sponsorship reasons.

Northwest Football League 1986

PWLTPFPAPct
*Auburn Panthers121200503431.000
*Eastside Express12840283161.667
*Skagit Valley Raiders12840400195.667
*West Seattle Warhawks12840209141.667
Salem Stars12390117269.250
Seattle Cavaliers12210083405.167
Sno-King Blue Knights12111073454.083
Northwest Football League Standings 1986 [Reference: 1]

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
25.10.1986Auburn Panthers28Eastside Express0
26.10.1986Skagit Valley Raiders20West Seattle Warhawks0
NWFL Championship
01.11.1986Auburn Panthers52Skagit Valley Raiders7
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1986 [Reference: 1]

NWFL 1987

PWLTPFPAPct
*Auburn Panthers15141015199
Southside Warhawks11830
Skagit Valley Raiders10460152196.400
Eastside Express5140.200
Seattle Cavaliers1019023279.100
Snohomish County Blue Knights
Northwest Football League 1987 [Reference: 2]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Semi-Finals
1987Auburn Panthers34Eastside Express10
1987Southside Warhawks ??0Skagit Valley Raiders2
NWFL Championship
31.10.1987Auburn Panthers7Skagit Valley Raiders6
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1987 [Reference: 1]

NWFL 1988

PWLTPFPAPct
Eastside Express1212001.000
Southside Warhawks
West Seattle Steelers
Snohomish County Blue Knights
Salem Pioneers
Pierce County Bengals
Northwest Football League Standings 1988 [Reference: 3]

NWFL 1989

PWLTPFPAPct
*Portland Thunderbolts8800236671.000
*Pierce County Bengals862027080.750
Vancouver Warhawks8440102125.500
Snohomish County Blue Knights8260109183.250
Shelton-Burien Raiders80800252.000
Northwest Football League Standings 1989 [Reference: 1]
DateHome TeamAway Team
NWFL Championship
14.10.1989Portland Thunderbolts23Pierce County Bengals20
Northwest Football League Playoffs 1989 [Reference: 1]
DateHome TeamAway Team
AFA Playoffs
28.11.1989DuPage Eagles33Portland Thunderbolts14
AFA Playoffs 1989 [Reference: 1]

About

The Northwest Football League was a Semi-Pro Football League operating in Washington State and Oregon State (USA) & British Columbia (Canada) from 1971 until 2010 when it was replaced by the Greater Northwest Football Association. It includes the histories of a number of successive leagues, such as the Northwest International Football League 1971-1973, the Northwest Football League of 1974-1979, the Northwest International Alliance 1980-1981, the Pacific Northwest Football League 1980, and the Northwest Football League 1982-2010.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Northwest Football League (1999) NWFL Archives | League Standings 1979-1986 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991111224704/http://www.serv.net/~nwfl/page37.html [Accessed 29 November 2019]

Websites

[2] Greater Northwest Football Alliance (2019) Greater Northwest Football Schedule 1987 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1987results.htm [Accessed 8 October 2018]

[3] Greater Northwest Football Alliance (2019) Greater Northwest Football Schedule 1988 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1988results.htm [Accessed 8 October 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Todd Zboyan & Brianna Wallace

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 24 December 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

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Northwest International Alliance 1980-1981

Northwest International Alliance 1980

PWLTPFPAPct
*Burlington Raiders65105724.833
*Bremerton Chiefs64203560.667
West Seattle62409260.333
Vancouver Panthers6060040.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
NWIA Championship
01.11.1980Bremerton Chiefs7Burlington Raiders6 ot

Reference: [1]

Northwest International Alliance 1981

PWLTPFPAPct
*Seattle Cavaliers8620.750
*West Seattle Warhawks8530158131.625
*Skagit Valley Raiders8530154106.625
*Bremerton Chiefs8440130107.500
Vancouver Blue Bombers8080.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
07.11.1981Seattle Cavaliers11Bremerton Chiefs10
07.11.1981West Seattle Warhawks3Skagit Valley Raiders10
NWIA Championship
14.11.1981Seattle Cavaliers14Skagit Valley Raiders2

Reference: [1]

About

The Northwest Football League was a Semi-Pro Football League operating in Washington State and Oregon State (USA) & British Columbia (Canada) from 1971 until 2010 when it was replaced by the Greater Northwest Football Association. It includes the histories of a number of successive leagues, such as the Northwest International Football League 1971-1973, the Northwest Football League of 1974-1979, the Northwest International Alliance 1980-1981, the Pacific Northwest Football League 1980, and the Northwest Football League 1981-2010.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Northwest Football League (1999) NWFL Archives | League Standings 1979-1986 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991111224704/http://www.serv.net/~nwfl/page37.html [Accessed 29 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Todd Zboyan & Brianna Wallace

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 24 December 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

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Pacific Northwest Football League 1980

Pacific Northwest Football League 1980

PWLTPFPAPct
*Pierce County Bengals770022371.000
Spokane Golden Hawks73407887.429
Portland Thunderbirds725071190.286
Burien Flyers725063142.286

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
West Coast Championship
1980Pierce County Bengals23Twin City (CA) Cougars28

Reference: [1]

About

The Northwest Football League was a Semi-Pro Football League operating in Washington State and Oregon State (USA) & British Columbia (Canada) from 1971 until 2010 when it was replaced by the Greater Northwest Football Association. It includes the histories of a number of successive leagues, such as the Northwest International Football League 1971-1973, the Northwest Football League of 1974-1979, the Northwest International Alliance 1980-1981, the Pacific Northwest Football League 1980, and the Northwest Football League 1981-2010.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Northwest Football League (1999) NWFL Archives | League Standings 1979-1986 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991111224704/http://www.serv.net/~nwfl/page37.html [Accessed 29 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Todd Zboyan & Brianna Wallace

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 30 November 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

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Northwest Football League 1979-1986

Northwest Football League 1979

PWLTPFPAPct
Olympic Division
*Seattle Cavaliers10730166154.700
*Portland Thunderbirds10640220187.600
Bremerton Chiefs1028064253.200
Sedro-Wooley Raiders10010040289.000
Cascade Division
*Pierce County Bengals101000437301.000
*Spokane Golden Hawks10820281107.800
Burien Flyers10550238201.500
Edmonds Chargers1028048287.200

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
27.10.1979Pierce County Bengals63Portland Thunderbirds10
27.10.1979Spokane Golden Hawks43Seattle Cavaliers7
NWFL Championship
10.11.1979Pierce County Bengals12Spokane Golden Hawks9 ot

Reference: [1]

Northwest International Alliance 1980

PWLTPFPAPct
*Burlington Raiders65105724.833
*Bremerton Chiefs64203560.667
West Seattle62409260.333
Vancouver Panthers6060040.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
NWIA Championship
01.11.1980Bremerton Chiefs7Burlington Raiders6 ot

Reference: [1]

Pacific Northwest Football League 1980

PWLTPFPAPct
*Pierce County Bengals770022371.000
Spokane Golden Hawks73407887.429
Portland Thunderbirds725071190.286
Burien Flyers725063142.286

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
West Coast Championship
1980Pierce County Bengals23Twin City (CA) Cougars28

Reference: [1]

Northwest International Alliance 1981

PWLTPFPAPct
*Seattle Cavaliers8620.750
*West Seattle Warhawks8530158131.625
*Skagit Valley Raiders8530154106.625
*Bremerton Chiefs8440130107.500
Vancouver Blue Bombers8080.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
07.11.1981Seattle Cavaliers11Bremerton Chiefs10
07.11.1981West Seattle Warhawks3Skagit Valley Raiders10
NWIA Championship
14.11.1981Seattle Cavaliers14Skagit Valley Raiders2

Reference: [1]

Northwest Football League 1982

PWLTPFPAPct
*Oregon City Steelheads8800221351.000
*Beaverton Grizzlies862017988.750
*Burlington Raiders8530132126.625
*West Seattle Warhawks8350132147.375
Burien Vikings8350114147.375
Seattle Cavaliers826074182.250
Bremerton Chiefs817086171.125

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
31.10.1982Oregon City Steelheads44West Seattle Warhawks15
31.10.1982Beaverton Grizzlies22Burlington Raiders6
NWFL Championship
13.11.1982Oregon City Steelheads14Beaverton Grizzlies27

Reference: [1]

Northwest Football League 1983

PWLTPFPAPct
*Portland Steelheads7700152711.000
*Spokane Fury642011079.667
*Burlington Raiders743014494.571
*West Seattle Warhawks743011794.571
Astoria Vikings7430116171.571
Seattle Cavaliers71605888.143
Beaverton Grizzlies707079172.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
29.10.1983Spokane Fury26Burlington Raiders15
30.10.1983Portland Steelheads41West Seattle Warhawks13
NWFL Championship
06.11.1983Portland Steelheads24Spokane Fury3

Reference: [1]

Northwest Football League 1984

PWLTPFPAPct
*Auburn Panthers88001831101.000
*Spokane Fury8530183100.625
*Eastside Express8530217149.625
*Skagit Valley Raiders8530178129.625
Sno-King Blue Knights8530153139.625
West Seattle Warhawks844063106.500
Vancouver Grizzlies8350170172.375
Peninsula Pioneers817068179.125
Seattle Cavaliers808044150.000

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
27.10.1984Auburn Panthers12Skagit Valley Raiders6
27.10.1984Spokane Fury32Bellevue Express16
NWFL Championship
03.11.1984Auburn Panthers20Spokane Fury12

Reference: [1] Note: Eastside Express & Bellevue Express are the same team.

Northwest Football League 1985

PWLTPFPAPct
Northern Division
*Spokane Fury10730263119.700
Sno-King Blue Knights10730274134.700
Skagit Valley Raiders10370145217.300
Seattle Cavaliers10010021330.000
Southern Division
*Auburn Panthers101000274541.000
*Salem Stars10730212222.700
West Seattle Warhawks10460143141.400
Eastside Express10280106228.200

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
19.10.1985Auburn Panthers36Everett Blue Knights 3
20.10.1985Spokane Fury7Salem Stars33
NWFL Championship
26.10.1985Auburn Panthers19Salem Stars3

Reference: [1] Note: Everett Blue Knights known as Sno-King Blue Knights for sponsorship reasons.

Northwest Football League 1986

PWLTPFPAPct
*Auburn Panthers121200503431.000
*Eastside Express12840283161.667
*Skagit Valley Raiders12840400195.667
*West Seattle Warhawks12840209141.667
Salem Stars12390117269.250
Seattle Cavaliers12210083405.167
Sno-King Blue Knights12111073454.083

Reference: [1]

DateHome TeamAway Team
Playoffs
25.10.1986Auburn Panthers28Eastside Express0
26.10.1986Skagit Valley Raiders20West Seattle Warhawks0
NWFL Championship
01.11.1986Auburn Panthers52Skagit Valley Raiders7

Reference: [1]

About

The Northwest Football League was a Semi-Pro Football League operating in Washington State and Oregon State (USA) & British Columbia (Canada) from 1971 until 2010 when it was replaced by the Greater Northwest Football Association. It includes the histories of a number of successive leagues, such as the Northwest International Football League 1971-1973, the Northwest Football League of 1974-1979, the Northwest International Alliance 1980-1981, the Pacific Northwest Football League 1980, and the Northwest Football League 1981-2010.

References

Internet Archive

[1] Northwest Football League (1999) NWFL Archives | League Standings 1979-1986 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991111224704/http://www.serv.net/~nwfl/page37.html [Accessed 29 November 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Todd Zboyan & Brianna Wallace

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 30 November 2019

(c) Copyright Enda Mulcahy and Eirball 2019

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Alaska Football League 2015-2018

AFL 2015

PWLTPFPA
Greatland Packers651011866
Anchorage Cowboys642010848
Frontier 49ers63307646
Valley Steelers624062164
Arctic Seahawks61505694

Reference: [1]

AFL 2016

PWLTPFPA
*Anchorage Cowboys651017827
*Arctic Seahawks64208869
*Greatland Packers64209168
*Valley Steelers633060140
Eagle River Broncos61505994
Frontier 49ers615048125

Reference: [2]

AFL 2017

PWLTPFPA
*Greatland Packers660017032
*Anchorage Cowboys651015350
*Eagle River Broncos6330106115
*Arctic Seahawks624058128
Valley Steelers624030106
Alaska Titans606033117

Reference: [3]

AFL 2018

PWLTPFPA
*Eagle River Broncos660016528
*Arctic Seahawks642010968
*Anchorage Cowboys633012146
*Greatland Packers624072118
*Valley Steelers606020227

References: [3]

Wildcard Round
28.09.18Greatland Packers26Valley Steelers8
Semi-Finals
01.10.18Arctic Seahawks20Anchorage Cowboys16
04.10.18Eagle River Broncos12Greatland Packers0
AFL Championship Game
14.10.18Arctic Seahawks22Eagle River Broncos6

References: [4][5][6][7]

References:

Internet Archives:

[1] Alaska Football League | Wayback Machine (2015) Records | Standings [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20151127091633/http://www.akfootballleague.com/standings.html [Accessed 21 April 2019]

[2] Alaska Football League | Wayback Machine (2016) Records | Standings [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20161013215315/http://akfootballleague.com/standings.html [Accessed 21 April 2019]

Websites:

[3] Alaska Football League (2019) Records | Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.akfootballleague.com/standings.html [Accessed 21 April 2019]

Social Media:

[4] Alaska Football League | Facebook (2018) Post September 28, 2018: “
Greatland Packers beat Valley Steelers 26-8 and move on to face the Eagle River Broncos on October 4th” [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/Alaskafootballleague/posts/1119700944867557 [Accessed 21 April 2019]

[5] Alaska Football League | Facebook (2018) Post October 1, 2018: “ [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 21 April 2019]

[6] Alaska Football League | Facebook (2018) Post October 5, 2018: “
Eagle River Broncos shutout Greatland Packers 12-0 to advance to the AFL Championship Game” [Internet] Available from: [Accessed 21 April 2019]

[7] Alaska Football League | Facebook (2018) Post October 14, 2018: “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/Alaskafootballleague/posts/1129714773866174 [Accessed 21 April 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Michael O’Callaghan

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American Football League of Europe 1993-1995

ELAF 1993

PWLTPFPAPct
Continental Conference
Hamburg Blue Devils330089621.000
Cologne Crocodiles10102131.000
Munich Cowboys1
Manchester Euro Spartans30204158.000
UK Conference
EuroSteelers220046201.000
EuroRaiders21103636.500
EuroMonarchs21104652.500
EuroBears20203656.000
European League – Continental Conference Standings 1993 [Ref: Compiled from 1-3; 5-7; 11-13]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Semi-Finals
26.09.1993Hamburg Blue Devils41Euro Spartans0
26.09.1993Cologne Crocodiles36Munich Cowboys42 (2ot)
3rd PlaceVenue: Hamburg
02.10.1993Cologne CrocodilesEuro Spartans
FinalVenue: Hamburg
02.10.1993Hamburg Blue Devils53Munich Cowboys30
European League – Continental Conference Final Four Tournament 1993 [Ref: 4-5]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Semi-Finals
24.10.1993EuroSteelersLEuroBearsW
24.10.1993EuroRaidersWEuroMonarchsL
Final
31.10.1993EuroBears14EuroRaiders12
European League – UK Conference Final Standings 1993 [Ref: Compiled from 7-8]

FLE 1994

 PWLTPFPAPct
Northern Conference       
*Stockholm Nordic Vikings10910465228.900
*Hamburg Blue Devils10730339264.700
Berlin Bears10280278466.200
Helsinki Roosters9180163245.111
Central Conference       
*Munich Thunder9720253210.778
*Amsterdam Crusaders10640295280.600
Great Britain Spartans9450240262.444
Frankfurt Gamblers9270196284.222
Football League of Europe Standings 1994 [Ref: 14]
DateHome Team Away Team 
 Semi-Finals   
27.08.94Munich Thunder26Hamburg Blue Devils29
03.09.94Stockholm Nordic Vikings34Amsterdam Crusaders21
 Euro Super Bowl I   
17.09.94Hamburg Blue Devils35Stockholm Nordic Vikings43
Football League of Europe Playoff Results 1994 [Ref; 15]

AFLE 1995

 PWLTPFPAPct
*Bergamo Lions8710232178.875
*Stockholm Nordic Vikings8530239223.625
Amsterdam Crusaders85307890.625
Frankfurt Knights8350124140.375
Sheffield GB Spartans8080175235.000
Bavarian Blue Falcons000000.000
American Football League of Europe Standings 1995 [Ref: 23 Adjusted based on Results in 16-24]
DateHome Team Away Team 
 Euro-SuperBowl II   
02.09.1995Stockholm Nordic Vikings14Bergamo Lions0
American Football League of Europe Playoff Results [Ref: 23]

Report

The American Football League of Europe was a Professional American Football League that played under three different names over three seasons, filling in the gap between the demise of the World League of American Football, which played two seasons from 1991 to 1992 with seven teams in North America and three in Europe, and the WLAF’s revival as a Europe-only League in 1995.

The World League of American Football had been a Spring Development League in the United Statesof America, Canada and three countries in Europe, started by the National Football League as a much-needed development league, and also presumably to prevent a recurrence in the 1990s of another American Football League of the 1960s, World Football League of the 1970s and United States Football League of the 1980s.

The first season of the European League (ELAF) was played as two separate conferences, with a limited 1-3 games schedule per team. All four teams in each Conference (UK and Continental) reached the Conference Finals Tournament (won by Hamburg Blue Devils and EuroBears). The UK Conference was made up of four teams started by Terry Smith of the Manchester Spartans, all of which were named after NFL teams which the prefix Euro- added to avoid confusion. One was named the EuroMonarchs after the WLAF team in London.

The League became a full scheduled League in 1994, named the Football League of Europe, again with two conferences of four teams, Northern and Central, won by the Stockholm Nordic Vikings and Munich Thunder. The Nordic Vikings defeated the Hamburg Blue Devils 43-35 in the EuroSuperBowl.

The League renamed itself the American Football League of Europe in 1995, but suffered from the restart of the WLAF as a Europe-only league by the NFL. Only five teams started the season that year with the Munich team, Bavarian Blue Falcons dropping out just before the scheduled start. Playing in one conference of five, the EuroSuperBowl II was won again by the Stockholm Nordic Vikings 14-0 over the Bergamo Lions of Italy.

References

Newspapers

[1] Berry, Lee (1993) “Spartans Humbled in Hamburg” First Down. May 15, 1993. pg. 17

[2] (1993) “Happy Campers” First Down. August 14, 1993. pg. 20

[3] Berry, Lee (1993) “Germans Get Away with Blue Murder” First Down. August 28, 1993. pg. 18.

[4] Berry, Lee (1993) “Spartans humble” First Down. October 2, 1993. pg. ??.

Internet Archive

[5] Hamburg Blue Devils Fansite| Wayback Machine (2000) Die Hamburg Blue Devils 1992-2000 {internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991012165353/http://devils.de/ [Accessed 13 June 2020]

[6] Cologne Crocodiles (2020) Seniors Saison 1993 [Internet] Available from: https://cologne-crocodiles.de/seniors-saison-1993/ [Accessed 13 June 2020]

Newspapers

[7] Berry, Lee (1993) “They said it couldn’t be done” First Down. October 16, 1993. pg. 20

[8] Berry, Lee (1993) “Nuttall mints it with Raiders” First Down. October 16, 1993. pg. 20.

[9] Berry, Lee (1993) “Semi-Conscience” First Down. October 23, 1993. pg. 20.

[10] Berry, Lee (1993) “Near-Miss!” First Down. November 6, 1993. pg. 21.

Internet Archive

[11] Hamburg Blue Devils | Wayback Machine (1999) Devils History 1993 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/19991012165353/http://devils.de/ +[Accessed 13 June 2020]

[12] Cologne Crocodiles (2020) Seniors Saison 1993 [Internet] Available from: https://cologne-crocodiles.de/seniors-saison-1993/ [Accessed 14 June 2020]

[13] Football-History (2020) GFL 1993 [Internet] Available from: http://www.football-history.de/?fbclid=IwAR2E2J86wMTRYljCjLjwKPjOJOzZHRXsNAo8sSrwuvh5UtckiLU_QLSTQGU [Accessed 14 June 2020]

Websites

[14] Google Groups – rec.sport.football.misc (1994) Message by Ludwig Alberter – 5 September 1994 [Internet] Available from: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/rec.sport.football.misc/oNVilaWhNSY [Accessed 21 August 2018]

[15] Google Groups – rec.sport.football.misc (1994) Message by Dominik Kubla – 5 November 1994 [Internet] Available from: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/rec.sport.football.misc/BRx_xxVsAoY [Accessed 21 August 2018]

Sources

[16] FD Reporter (1995) “Terry Launches Second Coming” First Down, May 20, 1995, P. 18.

[17] Rowlands, Neil (1995) “It’s back to the good old Haze!” First Down, May 27, 1995, P. 22.

[18] Anon. (1995) “I’ll give any unhappy fans money back” First Down, June 10, 1995, P. 18.

[19] Myatt, Steve (1995) “Sedin Death!” First Down, June 17, 1995, P. 21.

[20] Myatt, Steve (1995) “Defensive Disaster sees Spartans crumble to 0-5” First Down, July 15, 1995, P. 18.

[21] Anon. (1995) “We can bounce back, says Tel” First Down, July 1, 1995, P. 18.

[22] FD Reporter (1995) “Sitting on the dock of a bay” First Down, August 5, 1995, P. 19.

Online Encyclopedia

[23] Enciclopedia del Football Italiano (2019) American Football League Europe 1995 [Internet] Available from: http://www.warriorsbologna.it/public/Enciclopedia/PDF/1995_afle_eur.pdf [Accessed 4 December 2019]

News Groups

[24] Google Groups | rec.sport.football.misc (1995) [FLE] Schedule of 1995 Season | Post by Domink Kubla 27 May 1995 [Internet] Available from: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/rec.sport.football.misc/6Y8ECEnsSi0 [Accessed 8 August 2018]

[25] Google Groups | rec.sport.football.misc (1995) [FLE] Latest News and first result | Post by Domink Kubla 2 June 1995 [Internet] Available from: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/rec.sport.football.misc/j1J9u7pcYPo [Accessed 8 August 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Ralph Schmeer (Irish American Football Officials Association)

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Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 21 June 2020

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Super 8 Football League West Coast 2016-Present

Super 8 Football League – West Coast Super Series 2016

 PWLTPFPAPct
Bakersfield Broncos6510  12
Duo Sports Thundercats6330  6
Los Angeles Knights6240  4
Nevada Cobras6240  4

[1]

DateHome Team Away Team 
 Final   
 2016Bakersfield Broncos7Duo Sports Thundercats12

[1]

Super 8 Football League – West Coast Spring 2017

 PWLTPFPAPct
West Valley Cardinals4310  6
Desert Sentinels3300  6
Desert Warriors4220  4
Nevada Cobras2020  0
San Diego Bulldogs3030  0
Super 8 Football League West Coast Spring 2017 [Reference: 2]

[7]

DateHome Team Away Team 
Spring Bowl I
2017Desert Sentinels28San Diego Bulldogs6
Super 8 Football League Spring 2017 Playoffs [Reference: 3]

Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2017

DateHome TeamAway Team
Super 8 Fall Bowl II
2017Duo Sports Thundercats82Las Vegas Blue Devils6
Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2017 Playoffs [Reference: 3]

Super 8 Football League West Coast 2018

PWLTPFPAPts
Super 8 West Coast Fall 2018
*Duo Sports Thundercats3300142746
*So Cal Rhinos211063992
Bakersfield Broncos202058650
Bay Area Fighting Islanders101016400
Fall 2018 Inter-League
Vegas Black211060612
Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2018 Standings [Reference: 4]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Super 8 Fall Bowl III
2018Duo Sports Thundercats28So Cal Rhinos20
Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2018 Playoffs [Reference: 3]

Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2019

PWLTPFPAPts
Super 8 West Coast Fall 2019
*Duo Sports Thundercats55001869710
*Mecca Town Bulldogs5320731006
*Bakersfield Broncos413052562
*California Rhinos404020580
Super 8 Nor Cal Fall Series
Sacramento Underdogs110024182
East Valley Bandits101018240
Bay area Fighting Islanders10106460
Super 8 Intersection Fall 2019
Duo Sports Thundercats11004662
Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall 2019 Standings [Reference: 5]
DateHome TeamAway Team
Semi-Finals
07.12.2019Duo Sports Thundercats22California Rhinos6
07.12.2019Mecca Town Bulldogs12Bakersfield Broncos6
3rd Place Game
07.12.2019Bakersfield Broncos18California Rhinos6
Super 8 Fall Bowl IV
07.12.2019Duo Sports Thundercats32Mecca Town Bulldogs13
Super 8 Football League West Coast Fall Championship Tournament 2019 [Reference: 3; 5]

Websites

[2] Super 8 Football League (2018) Super 8 Football League [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/page/2/ [Accessed 20 May 2018]

[3] Super 8 Football League (2018) History-About [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/history/ [Accessed 9 February 2020]

[5] Super 8 Football League (2018) Super 8 West Coast 2019 [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/super8westcoast/ [Accessed 9 February 2020]

Internet Archive

[1] Super 8 Football League (2016) Super 8 WC [Internet] Available from: http://web.archive.org/web/20161107035438/http://super8footballleague.info/super8westcoast/ [Accessed 20 May 2018]

[4] Super 8 Football League (2016) Super 8 West Coast 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20181125152221/http://super8footballleague.info/super8westcoast/[Accessed 20 May 2018]

Images

[13] Super 8 Football League (2018) Super 8 Football League Logo [Internet] Available from: http://super8footballleague.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/10378207_1545248759045177_2010222216677056541_n.jpg [Accessed 20 July 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Alan Gray & Richie Gillespie

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Eirball | Irish North American and World Sports Archive

Last Updated: 9 February 2020

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Butte Independent League 1920-1928

BIL 1920

PWLTPFPAPct
Centerville Highlanders43107519.750
Englewood Blues42113643.667
Meaderville YMC41212462.333
Hub Addition Kelly Greens41304034.250
Non-League Members
Walkerville Vagabonds1100701.000
Dublin Gulch Comanches2020647.000

References: [1]

BIL 1921

PWLTPFPAPct
Centerville Highlanders65109926.833
Hub Addition Kelly Greens63217372.600
Englewood Blues52214552.500
Dublin Gulch Comanches41214187.333
Meaderville YMC31202645.333
Walkerville Vagabonds30212034.000

References: [2]

BIL 1922

PWLTPFPAPct
Centerville Highlanders55007931.000
Dublin Gulch Comanches42201819.500
Hub Addition Kelly Greens52213723.500
Englewood Blues4121616.333
Walkerville Vagabonds4040083.000
Non-League Member
Anaconda Anodes11001301.000

References: [3]

BIL 1923

PWLTPFPAPct
Centerville Highlanders541014333.800
Dublin Gulch Comanches43107225.750
Hub Addition Kelly Greens52304725.400
Englewood Blues40312091.000
Walkerville Vagabonds403120154.000

Reference: [4]

BIL 1924

PWLTPFPAPct
Dublin Gulch Comanches440054201.000
Centerville Highlanders63307064.500
Hub Addition Kelly Greens52304751.400
Englewood Blues504116113.000
Walkerville Vagabonds4031045.000

References: [5]

BIL 1925

PWLTPFPAPct
Hub Addition Kelly Greens54109915.800
Centerville Highlanders5410777.800
Dublin Gulch Comanches53209746.600
Walkerville Vagabonds4130370.250
Englewood Blues40400135.000

References: [6]

BIL 1926

PWLTPFPAPct
Dublin Gulch Comanches65106325.833
Hub Addition Kelly Greens64206935.667
Centerville Highlanders74219622.667
Anaconda Anodes61412267.200
Englewood Blues605112113.000

References: [7]

BIL 1927

PWLTPFPAPct
Hub Addition Kelly Greens540191191.000
Centerville Highlanders4310336.750
Anaconda Anodes5131944.250
Dublin Gulch Comanches4130729.250
Englewood Blues41301859.250

References: [8]

BIL 1928

PWLTPFPAPct
Anaconda Anodes74306136.571
Centerville Highlanders63306480.500
Hub Addition Kelly Greens5131774.250
Englewood Blues51402446.200
Dublin Gulch Comanches40311254.000

References: [9]

About

The Butte Independent League was a Semi-Pro league catering for the Mining Communities of Butte, Montana. It lasted from 1920 until the Second World War.

The Hub Addition Kelly Greens were a team serving the Irish Community, and during the period 1920-1928 they won the title twice (1925 & 1927).

References

________________________________________________________

Websites

[1] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1920 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1920results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[2] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1921 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1921results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[3] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1922 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1922results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[4] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1923 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1923results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[5] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1924 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1924results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[6] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1925 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1925results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[7] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1926 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1926results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[8] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1927 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1927results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

[9] Greater Northwest football Association (2018) Greater Northwest Football Schedule – 1928 Standings [Internet] Available from: http://www.gnfafootball.org/1928results.htm [Accessed 21 October 2018]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Old Crow Medicine Show

About this document

Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 27 January 2019

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