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EFAF Challenge Cup

The EFAF Challenge Cup is an international competition for European American Football clubs. The EFAF Challenge Cup is the third highest level of club competition in the European Federation of American Football (EFAF), behind the European Football League (EFL) and the EFAF Cup.

EFAF Challenge Cup

Organised by EFAF, this competition is comparable to football's UI Cup.

Participants are Champions and Vice-Champions of the "smaller" American Football nations from eastern and southern Europe.

Competition Format

In 2009, the group phase consisted of two groups with four teams each. The winners and the second placed of these groups qualify directly for the semi-final phase. From 2010, the competition will feature 12 teams, divided in 4 groups of 3. The group winners qualify for the semifinals.

Teams 2010

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

  • Bologna Doves
  • Zagreb Raiders
  • Budapest Cowboys

Final

Year Winner Runner-up Score
2010 Klek Knights Istanbul Cavaliers 36-14

Teams 2009

Group A

Group B

Final

Year Winner Runner-up Score
2009 Hogs Reggio Emilia Győr Sharks 35-7

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  • EFAF Challenge Cup
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