Amsterdam Crusaders

The Amsterdam Crusaders are an American Football club from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Together with the Rotterdam Trojans and Alphen Eagles, Amsterdam Crusaders are the oldest surviving Dutch American Football club.

Read more about Amsterdam CrusadersBeginnings, Eurobowls, FLE and NFLE, Recent History, 2011 Season, Notable Former Players

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... Game Year Date City Winners Score Runners-up MVP I 1986 August 16, 1986 Amsterdam, Netherlands Taft Vantaa 20-16 Bologna Doves II 1988 London, United Kingdom Helsinki Roosters ...
Maastricht Wildcats
... They play in the Dutch 1st division and are rivals with the Amsterdam Crusaders ... They won the 2007 Dutch National Championship by defeating the Amsterdam Crusaders 25-16 in the Tulip Bowl ... on 28 October 2007 by defeating the Amsterdam Crusaders, which had won the national title 5 times in a row, with a score of 25-16 ...
Amsterdam Crusaders - Notable Former Players
... (TE, 1989) Played for New York Jets of NFL before joining Amsterdam ... of Oregon, Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Amsterdam Admirals ... Ronald Buys (RB) Became General Manager of Amsterdam Admirals between 1999 and 2005 ...
Delft Dragons - History
... The Dragons defeated the Amsterdam Crusaders in the semi-final, and narrowly lost the final to the 2001 Div.2 finalists Tilburg Steelers in two periods of overtime ... in the national semi-final to eventual champions Amsterdam Crusaders ... Their opponents were the undefeated Amsterdam Crusaders - a team attempting to win the national title for the 13th time, and the 5th time in a row ...

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