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2009 IFAF Junior World Cup

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2009 IFAF Junior World Cup

The IFAF Junior World Cup took place in 2009 at Canton, Ohio. JWC games between the world’s eight best high school-aged (19 and under) national teams from five continents were played at Canton’s historic Fawcett Stadium, home of the NFL’s annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, adjacent to the Hall. The action began on Saturday, June 27 and continued on Wednesday, July 1 and Saturday, July 4, before the Championship Game on Sunday, July 5.[1]


  •  United States (qualified automatically as host)
  •  Japan (Invitee)
  •  Canada (Invitee)
  •  Mexico (Winner of North American Playoff)
  •  New Zealand (Winner of Oceania Playoff)
  •  Germany (European champion)
  •  Sweden (European Runner-Up)
  •  France (European 3rd Place)



Winners Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Gold Medal Game
Game 1        
 Canada Canada  55
Game 7
 New Zealand New Zealand  0  
 Canada Canada  38
Game 2
   Japan Japan  35  
 Japan Japan  10
Game 12
 Germany Germany  7  
 Canada Canada  3
Game 3
   United States United States  41
 Mexico Mexico  41
Game 8
 Sweden Sweden  0  
 Mexico Mexico  0 Bronze Medal Game
Game 4
   United States United States  55  
 United States United States  78  Japan Japan  42
 France France  0    Mexico Mexico  27
Game 11

Consolation Bracket

Semi-finals 5th Place Playoff
Game 5
 New Zealand New Zealand  7  
 Germany Germany  52  
Game 9
     Germany Germany  14
   Sweden Sweden  0
7th Place Playoff
Game 6 Game 10
 Sweden Sweden  24  New Zealand New Zealand  6
 France France  14    France France  34


Game Day 1 - June 27

Game Day 2 - July 1

Game Day 3 - July 4

Team 1 2 3 4 T
Japan Japan 21 7 14 0 42
Mexico Mexico 7 6 0 14 27

Game Day 4 - July 5

Team 1 2 3 4 T
Canada Canada 3 0 0 0 3
United States United States 15 3 14 9 41


North America:

  Semifinal     Final
     Mexico Mexico 26
   Panama Panama 52      Panama Panama 0
   The Bahamas Bahamas 6  


 New Zealand New Zealand [2] 12
 Australia Australia 7

Europe: The European teams qualified via the 2008 EFAF European Junior Championship.

Bronze Medal Game
 France France 28
 Denmark Denmark 14
Gold Medal Game
 Germany Germany 9
 Sweden Sweden 6

Official website

See also

  • IFAF World Cup
  • IFAF
  • IFAF World Cup blog


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