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ETO European Theater of Operations Northern Ireland Championship Winter 1944

Schedule

ETO European Theater of Operations Northern Ireland Championship Spring 1944

Match Day Potato Bowl
(Potato Bowl)
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Navy Galloping Gaels vs Army Wolverines

Report

In the big New Years’ Day Bowl Game in the European Theater of Operations Football Championship of Winter 1944, Navy Galloping Gaels tied 0-0 with Army Wolverines in the home ground of Newry Town Football Club (Soccer), which was designated “Lone Star Field” for the day. The game was billed as the “Championship of Northern Ireland”.

References

BIBLIOGRAPHY

[1] Massimo Foglio with Mark L. Ford (2015) “Winter Football 1944 – Bowl Games and Professionals” Touchdown in Europe: How American Football Came to the Old Continent. pg. 62.

Websites

[4] Lucky Show (2016) American Football in Ireland [Internet] Available from: http://www.luckyshow.org/football/Shamrock%20Bowl.htm [Accessed 5 June 2017]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Tim Leadingham (Tallaght Outlaws).

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Last Updated: 7 September 2021

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European Theater of Operations Football Championship Northern Ireland Autumn 1942

Schedule

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European Theater of Operations Football Championship Autumn 1942

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The United States Army stationed in Northern Ireland during World War II played two games of American Football before spectators – the first at Ravenhill, Belfast – the home of Ulster Rugby – where Hale Blue Devils (Service Unit) defeated Yarvard Crimson Tide (Artillery Unit) 9-7 and the second at Inver Park, Larne, where Yarvard won 14-0 versus Tech Fighting Irish (Engineering).

The Hale Blue Devils v Yarvard Crimson Tide game at Ravenhill, Belfast on November 14, 1942. [References: 15]

References

Bibliography

[1] Massimo Foglio with Mark L. Ford (2015) “Second World War Part One: Americans on the British Isles 1942-1943 – November 14 1942 – Ravenhill, Belfast, Northern Ireland – Hale 9 Yarvard 7” Touchdown in Europe: How American Football Came to the Old Continent. pg. 49-51.

[1] Massimo Foglio with Mark L. Ford (2015) “Second World War Part One: Americans on the British Isles 1942-1943 – November 21 1942 – Inver Park, Larne, Northern Ireland – Yarvard 14 Tech 0” Touchdown in Europe: How American Football Came to the Old Continent. pg. 51-52.

WEBSITES

[1] Irish American Football Association (2016) Journey to Thirty [Internet] Available from: http://www.americanfootball.ie/journeyto-thirty/ [Accessed 08 August 2016]

[2] Irish American Football Association (2016) History of US Teams playing in Ireland [Internet] Available from: http://www.americanfootball.ie/history-of-us-teams-playing-in-ireland/ [Accessed 22 November 2016]

[3] Irish American Football Association (2016) History [Internet] Available from: http://www.americanfootball.ie/iafl/history.htm [Accessed 26 October 2016]

[4] Lucky Show (2016) American Football in Ireland [Internet] Available from: http://www.luckyshow.org/football/Shamrock%20Bowl.htm [Accessed 5 June 2017]

[5] Dublin Town – Article by Gerry Farrell (2016) College Football Classic Ireland’s Relationship with American Football [Internet] Available from: http://www.dublintown.ie/irelands-relationship-with-american-football/ [Accessed 7 May 2018]

Newspapers

[7] Anon. (1942) . “Photo caption: American Football at Ravenhill”. Belfast News-Letter. Monday, 16 November 1942. pg. 6.

[8] Anon. (1942) “American Football: Large Attendance expected at Ravenhill” Belfast News-Letter. Saturday, 14 November 1942. pg. 4

Academic Articles

[10] Magee, Damian. “English Beer and American Football: Exporting American Football as a Cultural Commodity to the British Isles.” Irish Journal of American Studies, vol. 7, 1998, pp. 121–148. JSTOR, JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/30002410.

SOCIAL MEDIA

[13] Belfast Blitzers | Facebook (2019) Post 22 August 2019: “ So this is the last of the photos in the archive, it’s of the Yarvard team at Sandy Bay, Larne Harbour on the 21st November 1942. “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/belfastblitzers/photos/pcb.2260513057393170/2260507127393763/?type=3&theater [Accessed 23 August 2019]

[14] Belfast Blitzers | Faacebook (2019) Post 22 August 2019: “So this is the last of the photos in the archive, it’s of the Yarvard team at Sandy Bay, Larne Harbour on the 21st November 1942. “ [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/belfastblitzers/photos/rpp.454643317980162/2260507354060407/?type=3&theater[Accessed 23 August 2019]

IMAGES

[15] Belfast Blitzers | Facebook (2019) Photo 22 August 2019 [Internet] Available from: https://www.facebook.com/belfastblitzers/photos/pcb.2260513057393170/2260507127393763/?type=3&theater [Accessed 23 August 2019]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Thanks to Tim Leadingham (Tallaght Outlaws).

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 3 September 2021

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Minsk Bison Tours of USA 1993-1994

Results

DateHome TeamAway Team
1993 Tour of the Mid-West
05.1993Bay City Bulldogs (MICH)22Minsk Bison19
05.1993Lake County Kneis (MICH)17Minsk Bison14
06.1993Crusaders35Minsk Bison7
1994 Tour of the South
08.1994Livingston County42Minsk Bison7
08.1994Taylor University14Minsk Bison7
08.1994Alabama University7Minsk Bison7
09.1994Union College49Minsk Bison7
Minsk Bison Tours of USA 1993-1994 [Reference: 1]

Report

Belarusian American Football Team Minsk Bison went on two tours of USA in 1993 and 1994. In the first tour in 1993 they travelled to Michigan, playing Semi-Pro teams Bay City Bulldogs, Lake County Kneits and Crusaders, losing all three matches. The following year they went on a Tour of the Deep South, managing a tie with NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division II College Alabama University, but losing to Livingston County, Taylor University, and Union College.

Reference

Websites

[1] Zubrs (Minsk Bison) (2009) The History of the Club [Internet] Available from: http://zubrs.ucoz.ru/index/0-6 [Accessed 11 December 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Lenka Mulligan (Nee Brodekova)

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Last Updated: 11 December 2020

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Tazon Azteca Mexican College Football All-Star Bowl 1947-Present

Tazon Azteca XLI 2014 Logo [Reference: 6]

Results

BowlDateMexican TeamUS Team
Military Bowl Game
I19.12.1947Mexico All-Stars24Randolph Field Air Base19
II11.12.1948Mexico All-Stars26San Diego Marines33
College Division Bowl
III17.12.1949Mexico All-Stars6Trinity University52
IV23.12.1950Mexico All-Stars14Whittier Poets27
V22.12.1951Mexico All-Stars40Sul Ross State Lobos41
Military Bowl Game
VI20.12.1952Mexico All-Stars33Hamilton Air Force Base55
College Division Bowl
VII19.12.1953Mexico All-Stars45Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds26
VIII16.12.1957Mexico All-Stars20Wiley Wildcats78
IX28.11.1964Mexico All-Stars20California-Santa Barbara Gauchos7
All-Star Bowl Game
X14.12.1965Mexico All-Stars28San Diego Sabres6
College Division Bowl
XI13.12.1966Mexico All-Stars8Tarleton State Texans42
Junior College Bowl
XII10.12.1970Mexico All-Stars7Mesabi State Junior College6
College Division Bowl
XIII20.12.1971Mexico All-Stars9Navy Freshmen47
Division III Bowl
XIV09.12.1979Mexico All-Stars8Trinity (TX) Tigers0
Junior College Bowl
XV13.12.1980Mexico All-Stars28La Mesa Junior College17
Division III Bowl
XVI15.12.1984Mexico All-Stars22Tarleton State Texans15
XVII20.12.1986Mexico All-Stars8Washburn Ichabods27
XVIII14.12.1987Mexico All-Stars17Adams State Indians35
XIX10.12.1988Mexico All-Stars49Western New Mexico Mustangs21
XX09.12.1989Mexico All-Stars0SE Oklahoma State Savage Storm22
XXI12.12.1990Mexico All-Stars29Southern Arkansas Muleriders41
XXII15.12.1991Mexico All-Stars35SW Oklahoma State Bulldogs28
XXIII14.12.1992Mexico All-Stars14Arkansas-Monticello Boll weevils21
XXIV18.12.1993Mexico All-Stars34McMurray Indians20
XXV17.12.1994Mexico All-Stars24SE Oklahoma State Savages24
Military Bowl
XXVI19.12.1996Mexico All-Stars63Palermo Cardinals (Italy)8
All-Star Bowl
XXVII20.12.1997Mexico All-Stars41AFCA Division III All-Stars42
XXVIII12.12.1998Mexico All-Stars13AFCA Division III All-Stars40
XXIX18.12.1999Mexico All_Stars13AFCA Division III All-Stars44
XXX16.12.2000Mexico All-Stars26AFCA Division III All-Stars27
XXXI15.12.2001Mexico All-Stars5AFCA Division III All-Stars37
XXXII14.12.2002Mexico All-Stars9AFCA Division III All-Stars15
XXXIII13.12.2003Mexico All-Stars34AFCA Division III All-Stars31
XXXIV11.12.2004Mexico All-Stars3AFCA Division III All-Stars23
XXXV17.12.2005Mexico All-Stars15AFCA Division III All-Stars53
XXXVI17.12.2006Mexico All-Stars7AFCA Division III All-Stars28
XXXVII08.12.2007Mexico All-Stars19AFCA Division III All-Stars37
XXXVIII05.12.2009Mexico All-Stars42Central Methodist Eagles17
XXXIX10.12.2011ONEFA All-Stars14Division II/III All American Eagles28
XL14.12.2012ONEFA All-Stars26Division II/III All American Eagles49
XLI29.11.2014ONEFA All-Stars21Division II/III All American Eagles24
XLII05.12.2015ONEFA All-Stars17Division II/III All American Eagles14
XLIII09.12.2016ONEFA All-Stars27Division II/III All American Eagles19
International Bowl
XLIV09.12.2017ONEFA All-StarsEurope Warriors
Aztec Bowl (Mexico All-Stars v US College Team) 1947-Present [Reference: 1-3]

Results 2018-Present

BowlDateONEFA TeamCONADIEP Team
XLV2018ONEFA All-Stars17CONADIEP All-Stars10
XLVI29.11.2019ONEFA All-StarsCONADIEP All-Stars
Aztec Bowl (ONEFA All-Stars v CONADIEP All-Stars) 2018-Present [Reference: 4-5]

Report

The Tazon Azteca (Aztec Bowl) is the highlight of the Mexican American Football season, pitting Mexican & ONEFA College All-Stars against an American College All-Star (or sometimes just an American College or Miltary) Team.

It has been played since 147, and the Mexican Team has won 17 times out of 43 up to 2016, for a 17-26 Record.

In 2017 it bacame a game between ONEFA All-Stars and Europe Warriors, and in 2018 between ONEFA All_Stars (Public Universities) and CONADIEP All-Stars (Private Universities).

References

Websites

[1] Tackleo.com | Wayback Machine (2010) Historia de Tazon Azteca [Internet] Available from: https://web.archive.org/web/20100121083247/http://www.tackleo.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=21&Itemid=96 [Accessed 9 February 2020]

[2] American Football International (2016) Aztec Bowl In Mexico Pits ONEFA All Stars And Team All America [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootballinternational.com/aztec-bowl-mexico-pits-onefa-stars-team-america/ [Accessed 9 February 2020]

[3] American Football International (2016) Mexico’s ONEFA All Stars Defeat All American Eagles in Aztec Bowl XLIII [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootballinternational.com/mexicos-onefa-stars-defeat-american-eagles-aztec-bowl-xliii/[Accessed 9 February 2020]

[4] American Football International (2016) Junior Europe Warriors set to play Aztec Bowl in Mexico [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootballinternational.com/junior-europe-warriors-set-play-aztec-bowl-mexico/Accessed 9 February 2020]

[5] American Football International (2016) LIVESTREAM: Mexico – Tazon Azteca – ONEFA All Stars v. CONADEIP All Stars, Friday, Nov. 29, 7p, (8p ET, 2a Nov. 30, CET) [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootballinternational.com/livestream-mexico-tazon-azteca-onefa-all-stars-v-conadeip-all-stars-friday-nov-29-7p-8p-et-2a-nov-30-cet/ Accessed 9 February 2020]

Images

[6] American Football International (2016) Aztec Bowl 2014 Logo [Internet] Available from: https://www.americanfootballinternational.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Aztec-Bowl-2014-logo.jpg [Accessed 9 February 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Francesco

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 1 November 2020

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