Around the Continent: Champions Edition

CEFL (Central European Football League)

Vukvoi Belgrade (AFI Europe #12) capped a grueling yet highly successful season in July, by beating the Ljubjana Silverhawks 27-17 to win their second title of the year. Vukovi reached three championship finals winning two of them. A remarkable achievement.

Czech Republic

The Czech championship ended, as expected last month, with the Prague Black Panthers (AFI Europe #11) taking the title beating the Pnbram Bobcats 40-0. With that, Prague finished a great season with a record of 13-6. They played more games than any other team in Europe.

Prague Black Panthers win Czech title

Prague Black Panthers win Czech title


In Denmark, the league number one Copenhagen Towers  (AFI Europe #16) faced the only opponent to have beaten them this season, the Aarhus Tigers in the 25th Mermaid Bowl and beat them 26-9. JR Artozqui threw for three touchdowns, two to Oliver Wenzel and was named Game MVP. Read the recap here.


In Finland, the Helsinki Roosters took a 7-0 lead behind the running of Jaycen Taylor (championship MVP) and then cruised to a 21-7 victory over the number two team in Finland , the Turku Trojans to win Maple Bowl XXXV for the third year in a row.

See the complete recap here!


Roosters celebrating

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Roger Kelly is an editor and a writer for AFI. A former PR Director the B.C. Lions of the Canadian Football League for 7 years, he now lives in Sweden writing about and scouting American Football throughout the world.