American Football in Korea
Kimchi Bowl
Gwanggaeto Bowl

Korea American Football Association (KAFA) logo

  •The Tiger Bowl is the post-season South Korean college championship game.
  •The Gwanggaeto Bowl is the post-season South Korean championship game of the semi-pro Korea National Football League (KNFL).
  •The Kimchi Bowl is the post-season South Korean championship bowl game, sometimes referred to as the Korean Super Bowl. It usually takes place in January, between the winners of the Tiger Bowl and the Gwangaeto Bowl.

Korea National Football League (KNFL)
Korea National Football League (KNFL) logo.
Gwanggaeto Bowl

KNFL
Gwanggaeto Bowl
Gwanggaeto Bowl 1  1996  Seven Six (W 20-6) Leos , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/7)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 2  1997  Bluegons (W 18-6) Blue Friends , at Busan Sagick Stadium (1/19)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 3  1998  Seven Six (W 6-0) Bluegons , at Kyungsung University Stadium (1/11)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 4  1999  Blue Friends (W 12-6) Caps Golden Eagles , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/10)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 5  2000  Daegu Red Stars (W 32-22) Caps Golden Eagles , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/9)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 6  2001  Daegu Red Stars (W 20-6) Scholars , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/14)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 7  2002  Seven Six (W 18-12) Daegu Red Stars , at Daegu Dooryu Stadium (1/13)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 8  2003  Scholars (W 18-12) Daegu Red Stars , at Busan National University Stadium (1/12)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 9  2004  Caps Golden Eagles (W 17-6) Bluegons , at Busan National University Stadium (1/18)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 10  2005  Halraes (W 14-7) Seven Six , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/16)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 11  2005  Seoul Vikings (W 33-21) Caps Golden Eagles , at Yongin University Stadium (12/18)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 12  2006  Busan Gryphons (W 19-10) Seoul Vikings , at Seoul University Stadium (12/10)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 13  2007  Busan Gryphons (W 23-13) Caps Golden Eaagles , at Yongin University Stadium (12/2)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 14  2008  Seoul Vikings (W 28-3) Caps Golden Eagles , at Namyangju Stadium (12/7)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 15  2009  Caps Golden Eagles (W 13-0) Seoul Vikings , at Namyangji Stadium (12/6)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 16  2010  Daegu Phoenix (W 14-7) Caps Golden Eagles , at Namyangji Stadium (12/12)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 17  2011  Seoul Warriors (W) Seoul Domino's Breakers at Yongsan Garrison, Seoul
Gwanggaeto Bowl 18  2012  Seoul Vikings (W 14-7) Seoul Warriors , (12/3)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 19  2013  Seoul Vikings (W 26-23O.T.) Golden Eagles , at Simms Field, Seoul (11/24)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 20  2014  Samsung Bluestorm (W 28-13) Daegu Phoenix (11/16)
Gwanggaeto Bowl 21  2015  Seoul Golden Eagles (W 22-14) Daegu Phoenix (11/15)
  Note:  • The various team names (such as Halraes, Scholars, Bluegons and Seven Six) unaccompanied by city designations are due to slack (or lack of) translations.

Korea American Football Association (KAFA)
Korea American Football Association (KAFA) logo.
Kimchi Bowl
(Gwanggaeto Bowl Champion v. Tiger Bowl Champion)

KAFA
Kimchi Bowl
Kimchi Bowl 1  1996  Dong-A University (W 12-7) Seven Six , at Busan Sagick Stadium (1/14)
Kimchi Bowl 2  1997  Bluegons (W 28-18) Keimyung University , at Busan Sagick Stadium (1/26)
Kimchi Bowl 3  1998  Kyungpook University (W 47-6) Seven Six , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/18)
Kimchi Bowl 4  1999  Dong-A University (W 35-22) Blue Friends , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/17)
Kimchi Bowl 5  2000  Dong-A University (W 19-14) Daegu Red Stars , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/16)
Kimchi Bowl 6  2001  Daegu Red Stars (W 13-0) Kyungsung University , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/21)
Kimchi Bowl 7  2002  Seven Six (W 27-14) Kyungsung University , at Daegu Dooryu Stadium (1/27)
Kimchi Bowl 8  2003  Gumoh N. University (W 7-6) Scholars , at Busan National University Stadium (1/19)
Kimchi Bowl 9  2004  Caps Golden Eagles (W 23-17) Dong-A University , at Busan National University Stadium (1/1)
Kimchi Bowl 10  2005  Halraes (W 27-12) Gumoh N. University , at Seoul Hyochang Stadium (1/30)
Kimchi Bowl 11  2006  Dong-A University (W 7-6) Seoul Vikings , at Keimyung University (1/8)
Kimchi Bowl 12  2007  Busan Gryphons (W 37-0) Dong-Eui University , at Busan National Stadium (1/14)
Kimchi Bowl 13  2008  Busan Gryphons (W 21-12) Dong-Eui University , at Namyangju Stadium (1/6)
Kimchi Bowl 14  2009  Seoul Vikings (W 20-14) Dong-Eui University , at Namyangju Stadium (1/11)
Kimchi Bowl 15  2010  Busan University (W 34-13) Caps Golden Eagles , at Namyangju Stadium (Jan.)
Kimchi Bowl 16  2011  Daegu Phoenix (W 40-24) Busan University , at Kyungpook N. University (1/9)
Kimchi Bowl 17  2012  Seoul Warriors (W 14-0) Busan University , (1/8)
Kimchi Bowl 18  2012  Seoul Vikings (W 23-0) Hanyang University (12/30)
Kimchi Bowl 19  2013  Busan University (W 14-6) Seoul Vikings , (12/1)
Kimchi Bowl 20  2014  Samsung Bluestorm (W 7-6) Dong-Eui University , (11/30)
Kimchi Bowl 21  2015  Seoul Golden Eagles (W 27-6) Dong-Eui University , (12/6)
  Note:  • The Korea American Football Association (KAFA) are the organizers behind the Kimchi Bowl..

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