ČAAF Česká asociace amerického fotbalu 1994
Regular Season Schedule
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The first Czech American Football Association (CAAF) season was in 1994, not long after independence from the Soviets. Four teams entered: Prague Panthers, Brno Alligators, Prague Lions and Ostrava Cobras. Prague Panthers finished the season 6-0 claiming the CAAF Championship with an astounding 145-9 triumph over Prague Lions in the first Czech Bowl.
The Prague Panthers are the oldest team in the Czech Republic and had previously played in the Austrian Football League before becoming founding members of the ČAAF Česká asociace amerického fotbalu. They got better as the season progressed, winning by bigger and bigger margins as the weeks went by. Brno Alligators and Prague Lions tied for second place on 3-3 records, and it is not known if a Semi-Final was played before the Prague Lions defeat in the Czech Bowl. Ostrava Cobras finished last on 0-6 and were replaced for the 1995 season by a new Ostrava team, the Ostrava Eagles for 1995. All three of the other teams continued to play in 1995.
 CAAF (2021) nejnovejsi [Internet] Available from: https://www.caaf.cz/_SitePublic/img/nejnovejsi.jpg [Accessed 11 April 2021]
Regular Season and Standings References
 CAAF (2017) Czech Bowl I [Internet] Available from: http://www.caaf.cz/?path=divize/63/rozpisdivize/ [Accessed 21 December 2017]
 Lucky Show (2021) Czech Bowl [Internet] Available from: http://www.luckyshow.org/football/Czech_Bowl.htm [Accessed 17 July 2019]
Thanks to John Kane, John Wills, Gavin Coleman.
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