As a member of the International Federation of American Football (IFAF), Canada competes in IFAF World Championships in addition to the International Bowl series against Team USA.
To be eligible to participate in Football Canada’s National Teams program, players and coaches must be members of their provincial football association. As world championships are typically staged in the summer, tryouts typically occur in the winter prior to the event.
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Women's National Team
Established in 2010, the IFAF Women’s World Championship, takes place every three years and have stimulated growth
North American Championship
January 28, 2017 - Orlando, Florida
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International Bowl series
Canada and the U.S. renew their football rivalry when the International Bowl series returns to Texas
Senior Flag Football National Teams
Established in 2002, Canada first participated in the IFAF Flag Football World Championships in 2008.
Junior National Team
Established in 2009, the IFAF U-19 (Jr.) World Championship now takes place every two years, featuring top 19 and under-players from around the world.
Senior (Men's) National Team
Established in 1999 and held every four years, Canada first participated in the IFAF Senior World Championship in 2011.
About Team Canada
The International Federation of American Football was formed in 1998 by founding nations Australia, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Sweden and Spain. By 2010 IFAF membership has increased to a total of 59 countries governed by four continental federations.
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