Poland’s top league scheduled to start September 5

Poland’s Liga Futbolu Amerykańskiego, LFA, is organizing a 2020 season for six of the top teams in the country with a kickoff on September 5.

The league will wind up November 7.

In its last act before the new federation in Poland, the American Football Association in Poland, ZFAP (Związek Futbolu Amerykańskiego w Polsce), takes over as the fully-recognized governing body of Polish American football, the LFA will launch a season of top division football along with a lower division.

The LFA had suspended all activities in mid March at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Wroclaw Panthers, Tychy Falcons, Warsaw Mets, Bialystok Lowlanders, Silesia Rebels and Bydgoszcz Archers will all play in a seven week season with a semifinal round and championship final on November 7.

Another lower division – LFA9 – will play in a 9 man league involving 15 teams.

Current COVID-19 situation in Poland

There have been a total of 40,782 cases of COVID-19 recorded in Poland since the outbreak of the pandemic with 1,636 deaths attributed to the pandemic.

Clubs, theaters, and fitness clubs were allowed to reopen on June 6 and the country opened for EU tourism on June 13 including international airline flights. Hotels, outdoor sports venues, and shopping centers are allowed to reopen  Libraries, art galleries, and museums will also reopen on a “partial basis,” and preschools can reopen.


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