MAFS Magyar Amerikai Futball Szövetség Divízió I 2006
|3||Budapest Black Knights||3||1||0||0.750||84||59||25||W3|
|4||Budapest Wolves II||2||1||0||0.667||82||38||44||W2|
Regular Season Schedule
|Match Day Gameweek 1|
|Match Day Gameweek 2|
|Match Day Gameweek 3|
|Match Day Gameweek 4|
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Györ Sharks defeated Debrecen Gladiators 7-6 in the Second Hungarian Bowl on 1st July 2006, in the closest Bowl game imaginable after both teams went through the season undefeated in the Four Gameweek Schedule of the MAFSz Magyar Amerikai Futball Szövetség Divízió I 2006 season, the second after years of Hungarian American Football teams playing in the Austrian League.
In all 8 teams entered the first full season of the Magyar League, with two Budapest teams, Black Knights and Wolves II eliminated in the Semi-Finals. Other competing teams were Nagykanizsa Demons, Zala Predators, Szolnok Soldiers and Eger Heroes.
 MAFSz (2021) mafsz_logo [Internet] Available from: http://mafsz.org/wp-content/themes/mafsz/images/mafsz_logo.png [Accessed 7 October 2021]
 MAFSZ (2021) MAFS Magyar Amerikai Futball Szövetség Divízió I 2006 [Internet] Available from: http://mafsz.org/2006-divizio-i/ [Accessed 24 December 2017][Last Accessed 7 October 2021]
Thanks to Kevin Fisher.
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