American Football in Great Britain
Football America UK logo.
British Senior League (BSL)
British American Football League (BAFL)
2006-2009
British American Football League (BAFL) logo.
British American Football Association National Leagues (BAFANL) From 2010

Logo for BAFA, British American Football Association

Premier Division
BritBowl
BritBowl I 1987  Mersey Centurions (W 20-16) Leicester Huntsmen,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl II 1988  Woking Generals (W 20-14) Mersey Centurions,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl III 1989  Norwich Devils (W 18-9) Ipswich Cardinals,  at Moorways Stadium, Derby
BritBowl IV 1990  Ipswich Cardinals (W 34-22) Clydesdale Colts,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl V 1991  London Capitals (W 52-7) Clydsedale Colts,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl VI 1992  Clydesdale Colts (W 30-26) Farnham Knights  
BritBowl VII 1993  Bournemouth Buccaneers (W 42-34) Bedford Bombardiers,  at Saffron Lane Stadium
BritBowl VIII 1994  London Olympians (W 24-23) Birmingham Bulls,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl IX 1995  Birmingham Bulls (W 34-30) London O's,  at Norman Green Stadium, Solihull
BritBowl X 1996  Leicester Panthers (W 10-6) Milton Keyes Pioneers,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl XI 1997  Redbridge Fire (W 26-7) Nottingham Caesars,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl XII 1998  London O's (W 20-0) Sussex Thunder,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl XIII 1999  London O's (W 9-6) Birmingham Bulls,  at Saffron Lane Stadium, Leicester
BritBowl XIV 2000  London O's (W 34-26) Birmingham Bulls,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XV 2001  London O's (W 37-20) East Kilbride Pirates,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XVI 2002  London O's (W 42-15) Farnham Knights,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XVII 2003  London O's (W 35-7) East Kilbride Pirates,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XVIII 2004  Farnham Knights (W 28-14) London O's,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XIX 2005  London O's (W 21-19) Farnham Knights,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XX 2006  London Olympians (W 45-30) London Blitz,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield
BritBowl XXI 2007  London Blitz (W 14-6) Coventry Cassidy Jets,  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield (Sep. 23)
BritBowl XXII 2008  Coventry Cassidy Jets (W 33-32) London Blitz,  at Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster (Sep. 21)
BritBowl XXIII 2009  London Blitz (W 26-7) Coventry Cassidy Jets,  at Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster (Sep. 27)
"After twenty-three years of consecutive National Championships, the British American Football League ceased trading on April 1st, 2010."
 The British American Football Association Community League (Renamed National Leagues of American Football) took over 2010 (NL).
BritBowl XXIV 2010  London Blitz (W 34-20) Coventry Cassidy Jets,  at Sixways Stadium, Worcester (Sep. 18)
BritBowl XXV 2011  London Blitz (W 18-0) London Warriors,  at Crystal Palace National Centre, London (Sep. 23)
BritBowl XXVI 2012  London Blitz (W 37-21) London Warriors  at Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield (Aug. 26)
BritBowl XXVII 2013  London Warriors (W 26-23) London Blitz  at John Charles Stadium, Leeds (Oct. 5)
BritBowl XXVIII 2014  London Warriors (W 10-8) London Blitz  at Leeds (Sep. 14)
BritBowl XXVIII 2014  London Warriors (W 10-8) London Blitz  at Leeds (Sep. 14)
BritBowl XXIX 2015  London Warriors (W 20-19) London Blitz  at Allianz Park (Sep. 15)
BritBowl XXX 2016  London Warriors (W 36-15) London Blitz  at Sixways Stadium (Aug. 27)

Notes:
  British Senior League (B.S.L.) 1987-2005.
  British American Football League (B.A.F.L.) 2006-2009
  The first use of Roman numerals was for BritBowl XX, earlier games being then redesignated accordingly.
  The Boston Trophy was presented annually to the champion beginning with BritBowl XX in 2006.
  The Farnham Knights of 2002, 2004 & 2005 were known as the Personal Assurance Knights.
  The Premier Division was known as:
       Undesignated 1987-88
       National Division 1989-93
       Division 1 1994-98
       Division 1 National 1999
       Division 1 2000-06
       Premier Division 2007-09
  33 lower division championship games played between 1989 and 2008, are not listed here.
  “On 1 April 2010 David Horner and Rob Sadler of Begbie Traynor, 11 Clifton Moor Business Village, James Nicolson Link, Clifton Moor, York Y020 4XG were appointed joint administrators of Gridiron Football League Limited. The appointment was filed by the Directors in the Leeds District Registry. The Compaany has ceased to trade from the date of the administrators' appointment.”
  The BAFL was replaced by the BAFA Community Leagues (British American Football Association) for 2010.
  There is a completely different Brit Bowl numbering sequence before Britbowl XII in 1998, as well as completely different listed teams and champions for 1986 to 1993, and 1997. Following is a list showing the alternative Brit Bowl list. The original Bowl game names are also shown.

 

Brit Bowl
Summer Bowl
Summer Bowl I 1985  London Ravens (W 45-7) Streatham Olympians
Summer Bowl II 1986  Birmingham Bulls (W 23-2) Glasgow Lions
Bud Bowl
Bud Bowl I Brit Bowl I 1986  London Ravens (W 20-12) London Olympians
Bud Bowl II Brit Bowl II 1987  London Ravens (W 40-23) Manchester Allstars
Bud Bowl III Brit Bowl III 1988  Birmingham Bulls (W 30-6) London Olympians
Bud Bowl IV Brit Bowl IV 1989  Manchester Spartans (W 21-14) Birmingham Bulls
NDMA Bowl
NDMA Bowl I Brit Bowl V 1990  Manchester Spartans (W 27-25) Northants Stormbringers
NDMA Bowl II Brit Bowl VI 1991  Birmingham Bulls (W 39-38) London Olympians
NDMA Bowl III Brit Bowl VII 1992  London Olympians (W 34-6) Leicester Panthers
NDMA Bowl IV Brit Bowl VIII 1993  London Olympians (W 40-14) Glasgow Lions
BAFA Bowl
BAFA Bowl I Brit Bowl IX 1994  London Olympians (W 24-23) Birmingham Bulls
BAFA Bowl II Brit Bowl X 1995  Birmingham Bulls (W 34-30) London Olympians
BAFA Bowl III Brit Bowl XI 1996  Leicester Panthers (W 10-6) Milton Keynes Pioneers
Big C Bowl
Big C Bowl I 1997  London O's (W 26-20) Milton Keynes Pioneers
BSL Bowl
BSL Bowl I Brit Bowl XII 1998  London O's (W 20-0) Sussex Thunder
BSL Bowl II Brit Bowl XIII 1999  London O's (W 9-6) Birmingham Bulls
BSL Bowl III Brit Bowl XIV 2000  London O's (W 34-26) Birmingham Bulls
BSL Bowl IV Brit Bowl XV 2001  London O's (W 37-20) East Kilbride Pirates
BSL Bowl V Brit Bowl XVI 2002  London O's (W 42-15) Farnham Knights
BSL Bowl VI Brit Bowl XVII 2003  London O's (W 35-7) East Kilbride Pirates
BSL Bowl VII Brit Bowl XVIII 2004  Farnham Knights (W 28-14) London O's
BAFL Bowl
BAFL Bowl I Brit Bowl XIX 2005  London O's (W 21-19) Farnham Knights
BAFL Bowl II Brit Bowl XX 2006  London Olympians (W 45-30) London Blitz
Brit Bowl XXI 2007  London Blitz (W 14-6) Coventry Cassidy Jets
Brit Bowl XXII 2008  Coventry Cassidy Hets (W 33-32) London Blitz
Brit Bowl XXIII 2009  London Blitz (W 26-7) Coventry Cassidy Jets
BAFA
Brit Bowl XXIV 2010  London Blitz (W 34-20) Coventry Cassidy Jets
Brit Bowl XXV 2011  London Blitz (W 18-0) London Warriors
Brit Bowl XXVI 2012  London Blitz (W 37-21) London Warriors
Brit Bowl XXVII 2013  London Warriors (W 26-23) London Blitz
Brit Bowl XXVIII 2014  London Warriors (W 10-8) London Blitz
Brit Bowl XXIX 2015  London Warriors (W 20-19) London Blitz
Brit Bowl XXX 2016  London Warriors (W 36-15) London Blitz

American Armed Services Bowl Games

Tea Bowl
at London
Tea Bowl  1 1944  Canada (W 16-6) United States  30,000 (Feb. 13)
Tea Bowl  2 1944  Air Services Command Warriors (W 13-0) 8th Air Force Shuttle Raiders  12,000 (Dec. 31)
Coffee Bowl
at London
Coffee Bowl  1 1944  United States (W 18-0) Canada  (Mar. 19)
Coffee Bowl  2 1945  Army Air Base Bonecrushers (W 6-0) Army Airway Rams  1,200 (Jan. 1)
G.I. Bowl
at London
G.I. Bowl  1 1944  Army G.I.s (W 20-0) Navy Bluejackets  (Nov. 12)

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