AFI tv features another full schedule of action with 8 games from around Europe

AFI tv is set to offer another jam-packed weekend of American football from around Europe.

This week, the Hungarian Football League has joined the AFI tv with two games on tap while the Central European Football League kicks off its 2021 tournament, also with two games on AFI tv. The Polish Football League hits the midpoint of the 2021 season with two games while one game will be streamed from Italy’s Division 1.

The Warsaw Mets will be looking for their first win over the 2021 Polish Football League season when they travel to play the Bydgoszcz Archers Saturday, May 15. Kickoff is 2 pm (14:00).

The 0-1 Györ Sharks take on the Budapest Wolves in Hungarian Football League action this Saturday, May 15 at 3 pm (15:00). The Sharks are coming off a 35-14 loss to the Fehervar Enthroners a week ago while Budapest is opening their season.

In the first of two Central European Football League games this weekend, the Dacia Vienna Vikings will host Serbia’s Kragujevac Wild Boars on Saturday, May 15 at 5 pm (17:00).

The Swaro Raiders and Milano Seamen will face each other Saturday, May 15 at 6 pm (18:00) in the quarterfinal round of the CEFL. These two teams met once before in this tournament with Swarco coming out on top in 2019.

One of the top games of the weekend is the Spanish Championship Game pitting the five-time and defending champions, the Badalona Dracs against the Las Rozas Black Demons on Saturday, May 15 at 7 pm (19:00). These two teams have traded victories during the season.

The high-scoring offense of the Lazio Ducks will face a formidable task Sunday, May 16 when the unbeaten Parma Panthers come to Rome as the Italian top division winds up the weekend. Kickoff is 1 pm (13:00 CET).

The Polish Football League finishes off its fifth week of play and hits the midpoint of the 2021 season as the 1-1 Silesia Rebels take on the unbeaten Tychy Falcons (2-0) on Saturday, May 16 at 2 pm (14:00 CET). This is a key rivalry derby game as the teams are located in towns only 30 km apart.

The Budapest Cowbells open their Hungarian Football League season by taking on the defending champion Fehervar Entrhoners on Sunday, May 16 at 4:30 pm (16:30 CET).

Graphic: Igor Lazarevic

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