The Big6 European Football League competition is a annual invitational tournament for American Football teams representing federations who signed an agreement.

The Big6 EFL are formed of clubs who were semi-finalists of 2013 season (Vienna, Innsbruck, Calanda and Berlin) plus two wildcards granted to Braunschweig and Dresden. The Euro-Bowl is the final game of the Big6 EFL. Big6 EFL is an EFAF (European Federation of American Football) recognized competition withit’s own management carried out by AFBÖ (Austria), AFVD (Germany) and SAFV (Switzerland).

Big6 Europe 2104 edition is made up of the following groups:

BIG6 Group A

The teams participating in Group A of the BIG6 European Football League are the two finalists of the German Football League in 2013 and the reigning Austrian Champion and Eurobowl Champion.

Dresden Monarchs
New Yorker Lions
Raiffeisen Vikings Vienna

BIG6 Group B

The teams participating in Group B of the BIG6 European Football League are the runner up of Austrian Bowl and Eurobowl 2014, the Swiss champion and one of the big names of the GFL.

Berlin Adler
Calanda Broncos
Swarco Raiders

This past weekend two Big6 matches took place. Check out the highlights of these matches below!

BIG6 2014: Berlin Adler 42 – Calanda Broncos 20

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BIG6 2014: New Yorker Lions 13 – Raiffeisen Vikings – 14

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John McKeon is a former professional and collegiate American Football player and coach now living and working in New York. His goal is to spread news, information, and opinion on the global growth of the sport he loves.