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AFL Europe Championship

European Championships in Australian Football
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 AFL Europe Championship
Sport Australian rules football
Inaugural season 2010
No. of teams 2010: 8; 2013: 6
Country Europe
Most recent champion(s) Ireland (2nd title)
Most titles Ireland (2nd title)
Official website AFL Europe

The AFL Europe Championship is an Australian football competition played between 16-a-side European national teams. It is organised by AFL Europe and held every three years.[1] The inaugural competition was played in Sweden and Denmark in August 2010. The 2013 championships were held in Ireland in August 2013.[2]

Results

Year Host Final Third place match Number of teams
Champions Score Runners Up Third Score Fourth
2010[3] Copenhagen, Denmark
Scania, Sweden
Ireland 68 - 51 Denmark Sweden 39 - 29 Great Britain 8
2013[4] Dublin, Ireland Ireland 7.3 (45) - 6.8 (44) Great Britain Denmark 7.6 (48) - 5.2 (32) Sweden 6

Team performance

Team 2010 2013
Croatia 5th 5th
Denmark 2nd 3rd
Finland 8th
Germany 7th 6th
Great Britain 3rd 2nd
Iceland 6th
Ireland 1st 1st
Sweden 4th 4th

References

  1. ^ AFL Europe.org. "AFL Europe Championships Dublin 2013". Retrieved 3 September 2013. 
  2. ^ Aaron Richard (2 August 2013). "European Championships just a Day Away". World Footy News. 
  3. ^ Results - AFL Europe Championships 2010
  4. ^ 2013 AFL Europe Championships Results
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