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IFAF Women's World Championship


IFAF Women's World Championship

IFAF Women's World Championship
Sport American football
Founded 2010
No. of teams 6
Most recent champion(s)  United States (2nd title)
Most titles  United States (2 titles)

The IFAF Women's World Championship is the international championship for women in American football. The first event was held in 2010, in Stockholm, Sweden, with six countries competing. The United States took home the gold while not letting any team they played score. The second and latest event was held in 2013, with Vantaa, Finland, hosting the games. The United States swept the competitors again, winning the gold medal.[1][2]


  • Results 1
  • Classification 2
  • Participating nations 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Year Host Final Third-place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place


United States



United States



Pos National team Total Gold Silver Bronze
1.  United States 2 2
2.  Canada 2 2
3.  Finland 2 2

Participating nations

  • Gold – Champions.
  • Silver – Runners-up.
  • Bronze – Third place.
  • 4–6 – 4th to 6th places.
  •  ••  – Qualified, but withdrew.
  •  •  – Did not qualify.
  •     – Did not enter or withdrew.
  • XX – Country did not exist or national team was inactive.
  •    – host nation.
Team 2010


 Austria 6
 Canada Silver Silver
 Finland Bronze Bronze
 Germany 4 4
 Spain 6
 Sweden 5 5
 United States Gold Gold


  1. ^ "IFAF Women's World Championship". 
  2. ^ Welch, Matt (21 January 2014). "Female football standout Welter to try out for Texas Revolution". Allen American ( 
  3. ^ "SWEDEN WELCOMES FIRST IFAF WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP". International Federation of American Football. 29 June 2010. Retrieved 22 October 2011. The world's best female American Football players will converge on Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden, from June 26 to July 4 for the inaugural International Federation of American Football (IFAF) Women's World Championship. 
  4. ^ "USA Wins Gold Medal at Inaugural IFAF Women's World Championship of American Football". USA Football. 3 July 2010. Retrieved 22 October 2011. The United States won the first IFAF Women's World Championship gold medal with a 66-0 victory over Canada at the Zinkensdamms IP Stadium in Stockholm, Sweden, today. 
  5. ^ "USA Wins Gold Medal at Inaugural IFAF Women's World Championship of American Football". USA Football. 3 July 2010. Retrieved 22 October 2011. Earlier in the day, Finland won the Bronze medal with a 26-18 win over Germany, while on a good day for Scandinavia, host Sweden took fifth place overall by beating Austria 20-18. 

External links

  • International Federation of American Football IFAF
  • IFAF Women's World Championship 2013
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