Check out all the scores from this past weekend in Europe in the AFI Recap

It was another busy weekend of American football in Europe.

The Swedish Championship Game and Hungarian Bowl XV both featured upsets while 10 of the 14 teams in the German Football League were in action. Finland’s Maple League had another three games while the Austrian Football League regular season wound up and Switzerland’s National League was in full swing.

The Budapest Wolves stunned the football world in Hungary by downing the previously undefeated Fehervar Enthroners 18-7 after trailing 7-6 at the half to win Hungarian Bowl XV.

The Winterthur Warriors took a 14-0 first quarter lead against the Zurich Renegades in Swiss National League play and never looked back, rolling to a 35-10 victory over the winless Zurich Renegades.

Vukovi Belgrade captured their 8th Serbian title in defeating the Banat Bulls 24-14 in the Serbian Bowl this past weekend.

The Stuttgart Surge overcame a 24-12 third quarter deficit, scoring 13 unanswered points with the final touchdown coming with a minute left, to down the Leipzig Kings 27-24 in the European League of Football’s closest game of the weekend.

The Helsinki Roosters fell behind 35-24 in the fourth quarter against the Porvoo Butchers but scored two late touchdowns to beat the visitors 39-34 and stay undefeated in Finland’s Maple League.

The Ravensburg Razorbacks scored a fourth quarter go-ahead touchdown to break a 7-7 tie against the Stuttgart Scorpions and then staged a goalline stand to finally defeat the Scorpions 14-7.

Behind a ferocious defense, the Saarland Hurricanes took the lead early and never relinquished it in defeating the Allgau Comets 17-7 in German Football League South action.

The Prague Black Panthers sent shock waves throughout the Austrian Football League by beating the visiting Swarco Raiders 16-7 in their final, meaningless regular season game of the year. With this, the Raiders enter the AFL playoffs with two straight losses.

The Kuopio Steelers showed the form that won them the Finnish Maple League title in 2020, thrashing the Wasa Royals 49-7 to remain undefeated.

The Örebro Black Knights made history in defeating the Stockholm Mean Machines 28-14 in Sweden’s championship game. It was the first title for the club in the 31 years they have played in the Swedish Superserien.

The Marburg Mercenaries did as expected and rolled over the hapless Frankfurt Universe 42-12 in this German Football League South matchup.

The Hamburg Sea Devils showed no signs of turmoil in the aftermath of losing their head coach last week, whipping the Berlin Thunder 44-6 and establishing themselves as one of the clear favorites to win the ELF crown. The Sea Devils broke open a 6-6 halftime tie, scoring four third quarter touchdowns and then cruising in the fourth to the win.

The Bern Grizzlies supplied the biggest surprise of the weekend in Switzerland in defeating the Calanda Broncos 26-21. It was Bern’s first win over the Broncos since the 2016 Swiss Bowl and it was only Calanda’s third loss since 2017.

The Geneva Seahawks proved that they are for real in Switzerland’s National League this year when they pounded the Basel Gladiators 69-21.

The Seinäjoki Crocodiles scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to pull away from the Helsinki Wolverines for a comfortable 35-13 victory in Finland’s Maple League.

The Frankfurt Galaxy were in fine form in their matchup against the Cologne Centurions, marching out to a 31-0 first half lead and then cruising to a 41-20 win. With the win, Frankfurt sits atop the ELF South division with a 3-1 record.

After a scoreless first quarter, the Dresden Monarchs exploded for 35 second quarter points en route to a 49-20 pasting of the Berlin Rebels in a key German Football League North matchup.

Finally, in the biggest shocker of the weekend, the Potsdam Royals handed the Braunschweig New Yorker Lions their worst loss ever in the GFL in whipping them 50-3 in Braunschweig.

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