CanAm Bowl
Canada vs. U.S.A.
6-Man Football All-Star Game

1st International 6-A-Side Football Game
  1940  Windham School (Ohio) (W 39-1) Stamford Collegiate (Ontario) Oakes Park, Niagara Falls, Ont. (10/5) 
CanAm Bowl
(CanAm 6-A-Side Bowl)
CanAm Bowl I  1997  U.S.A. (W 40-22) Canada  at Porcupine Plain, Saskatchewan
CanAm Bowl II  1998  U.S.A. (W 72-12) Canada  at Porcupine Plain, Sask.
CanAm Bowl III  1999  U.S.A. (W 49-48O.T.) Canada  at Outlook LCBI, Sask.
CanAm Bowl IV  2000  Canada (W 28-6) U.S.A.  at Eatonia, Sask.
CanAm Bowl V  2001  U.S.A. (W 23-18) Canada  at Carrot River, Sask.
CanAm Bowl VI  2002  U.S.A. (W 67-30) Canada  at Central Butte, Sask.
CanAm Bowl VII  2003  U.S.A. (W 40-24) Canada  at Waltrous, Sask.
CanAm Bowl VIII  2004  Canada (W 61-28) U.S.A.  at Outlook, Sask.
CanAm Bowl IX  2005  U.S.A. (W 27-15) Canada  at Raymore, Sask.
CanAm Bowl X  2006  U.S.A. (W 20-8) Canada  at Kelliher, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XI  2007  Canada (W 46-14) U.S.A.  at Central Butte, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XII  2008  U.S.A. (W 42-31) Canada  at Porcupine Plain, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XIII  2009  Canada (W 17-16) U.S.A.  at Carrot River, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XIV  2010  U.S.A. (W 25-17) Canada  at Preeceville, Sask. (7/3)
CanAm Bowl XV  2011  U.S.A. (W 63-24) Canada  at Raymore, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XVI  2012  U.S.A. (W 50-46) Canada  at Bigar, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XVII  2013  U.S.A. (W 64-16) Canada  at Outlook, Sask.
CanAm Bowl XVIII  2014  U.S.A. (W 53-16) Canada  at Hague, Sask.
Notes:
The CanAm Bowl is played by All-Star teams made up of Secondary School/High School Grade 12 Seniors.
For the 11-man Can-Am Bowl for college seniors, played in Tampa 1978 & 1979, go to this page.
There is also a Can-Am Bowl in the Canadian American Football League, which is an Association Football soccer game.
First International Football Game
Article titled 'Windham School Wins Easily In Stamford Match,' a 39-1 win over Stamford Collegiate of Niagara Falls, Ontario, the host. The game was played under a combination of Canadian and American rules (thus the 1 point total, from a rouge). From the October 7, 1940 edition of the Niagara Falls Gazette.

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