Spain and Great Britain battle for women’s Euro crown

The IFAF Women’s European Championship is on the line this weekend.

Surprise package Spain can take the title with a home victory in Calatayud, Zaragoza on Saturday, April 13 (kickoff 6pm CET), but standing in their way is a Great Britain team that also has designs on the continental crown.

European debutants Spain shocked Finland with a 12-0 victory over the defending champions at the Myyrmäen Jalkapallostadion in Vantaa last May and followed up that win with a narrow 8-6 home success over Germany. That 2-0 record means that if Spain beats Great Britain, they will have the advantage of winning the first tiebreaker if multiple teams are tied with a 3-1 finish later this year. Spain will be champions.

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Michael Preston (@PRMikePreston) is currently working with IFAF in a PR capacity. He recently covered Super Bowl LVII as a member of the NFL PR team as he has done for 20+ years. He has held communications positions with NFL Europe, the North